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By Charles E. Baukal Jr.

Fast advancements within the box brought on through the elevated call for for fresh burner structures have rendered a lot of the printed literature outmoded. With the economic Burners instruction manual, best-selling writer, editor, and combustion specialist Charles Baukal, Jr. fills this hole. This instruction manual is a accomplished reference devoted to the layout and functions of commercial burners. as well as an outstanding creation to combustion and burner basics, a great panel of contributing authors handle all significant burner forms and discover quite a number issues by no means sooner than safely coated in a guide, together with noise, burner controls, and actual modeling.

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Secondary and sometimes tertiary injectors in the burner are used to inject a portion of the fuel and/or the oxidizer into the flame, downstream of the root of the flame. Staging is often done to control heat transfer, produce longer flames, and reduce pollutant emissions such as NOx. These longer flames typically have a lower peak flame temperature and more uniform heat flux distribution than nonstaged flames. However, an additional challenge is that multiple longer flames might interact with each other and produce unpredictable consequences compared to single shorter flames.

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