Combustion Science and Technology: Recent Advances
Editor(s): A. K. Agarwal, A. Kushari, S. K. Aggarwal, A. K. Runchal
E-ISBN: Publication Year: 2009
Binding: Hard Back Dimension: 185mm x 240mm Weight: 825
About the book
Combustion Science and Technology: Recent Advances discusses the new emerging technologies for combustion modeling, diagnostics and control as well as the advances in renewable energy and clean combustion technologies and brings together active contribution of researchers from academia, industries and research institutions. The directions of future research are identified that will greatly help the combustion community.
Table of Contents
Preface / COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGIES: Innovative Combustion and Emissions Reduction Techniques / Laser Ignition of Engines / Entropy Generation and Exergy Destruction in Combustion / GE Aviation Low Emissions Combustion Technology Evolution / ALTERNATIVE FUELS: Utilizing Combustion Imaging to Enable the Use of Alternative Fuels in Engines / Undesirable Combustion Control Techniques of a Hydrogen Engine / Performance and Emission Test of Biodiesel Fuelled In-direct Injection Diesel Transportation Engine Systems / COMBUSTION DYNAMICS: Control of Combustion Processes / Thermoacoustic Instability without Eigenvalues / Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Fundamental Aspects of Combustion Dynamics / Computational Combustion: Uncertainties in our Knowledge What we Don’t Know / Connect-pipe Testing and Evaluation of Scramjet Combustor / Development of Water-mist Nozzles and Fire Suppression by Total Flooding / ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF COMBUSTION: Air Quality and Climate Impacts of Aviation Emissions: Challenges and Solution Strategies / Mercury Emission and Control for Coal-fired Power Plants using Coal and Cattle Biomass / Simulations of the Claus Furnace under HiTAC Conditions for Enhanced Sulfur Recovery / COMBUSTION AND SPRAYS: Measurements in ISO Room Scale Fires / Design and Development of Combustion Systems for Aero Gas Turbine Engine / Is Gasoline the Best Fuel for Advanced Diesel Engines? - Fuel Effects in “Premixed-Enough” Compression Ignition (CI) Engines / Review and Simulation of Combustion in the Wave Rotor / Modeling and Dynamic Characterization of Thermal Pulse Combustors / Controlled Atomization: Needs and Challenges.
Undergraduate – Postgraduate Students, Teachers and Researchers