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Fundamentals of turbulent and multiphase combustion / Kenneth K. Kuo, Ragini Acharya.

By: Kuo, Kenneth K.
Contributor(s): Acharya, Ragini | Wiley InterScience (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2012Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 879 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118107683; 1118107683; 9781118099322; 111809932X; 9781118099292; 111809929X; 1280591315; 9781280591310.Subject(s): Turbulence | Multiphase flow -- Mathematical models | Combustion -- Mathematical models | SCIENCE -- Mechanics -- Dynamics -- Thermodynamics | Combustion -- Mathematical models | Multiphase flow -- Mathematical models | TurbulenceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fundamentals of turbulent and multiphase combustion.DDC classification: 541/.361 Other classification: SCI065000 | 58.21 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Front Matter -- Introduction and Conservation Equations -- Laminar Premixed Flames -- Laminar Non-Premixed Flames -- Background in Turbulent Flows -- Turbulent Premixed Flames -- Non-Premixed Turbulent Flames -- Background in Multiphase Flows with Reactions -- Spray Atomization and Combustion -- Appendix A: Useful Vector and Tensor Operations -- Appendix B: Constants and Conversion Factors Often Used in Combustion -- Appendix C: Naming of Hydrocarbons -- Appendix D: Detailed Gas-Phase Reaction Mechanism for Aromatics Formation -- Appendix E: Particle Size₆U.S. Sieve Size and Tyler Screen Mesh Equivalents -- Bibliography -- Index.
Machine generated contents note: Preface. Chapter 1. Introduction and Conservation Equations. Chapter 2. Premixed Laminar Flames. Chapter 3. Laminar Non-Premixed Flames. Chapter 4. Background in Turbulent Flows. Chapter 5. Turbulent Premixed Flames. Chapter 6. Non-Premixed Turbulent Flames. Chapter 7. Background in Multiphase flow with Reactions. Chapter 8. Spray Atomization and Combustion. Appendix A. Useful Vector and Tensor Operations. Appendix B. Constants and Conversion Factors Often Used in Combustion. Appendix C. Naming of Hydrocarbons. Appendix D. Detailed Gas-phase Reaction Mechanism for Aromatics Formation. Appendix E. Particle Size -- US Sieve and Tyler Screen Mesh Equivalents. References.
Summary: "This book is a follow-on to the author's bestseller, Principles of Combustion, Second Edition published in 2005. The text covers advanced topics of combustion and flame that are not covered anywhere else. Kuo provides a multiphase systems approach beginning with more common topics and moving to higher level applications such as reacting boundary layer flows, ignition of homogeneous mixtures, flame extinction phenomena, and detonation processes in condensed phase materials. As with Kuo's earlier book, large numbers of examples and problems and a solutions manual are provided"-- Provided by publisher.
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Front Matter -- Introduction and Conservation Equations -- Laminar Premixed Flames -- Laminar Non-Premixed Flames -- Background in Turbulent Flows -- Turbulent Premixed Flames -- Non-Premixed Turbulent Flames -- Background in Multiphase Flows with Reactions -- Spray Atomization and Combustion -- Appendix A: Useful Vector and Tensor Operations -- Appendix B: Constants and Conversion Factors Often Used in Combustion -- Appendix C: Naming of Hydrocarbons -- Appendix D: Detailed Gas-Phase Reaction Mechanism for Aromatics Formation -- Appendix E: Particle Size₆U.S. Sieve Size and Tyler Screen Mesh Equivalents -- Bibliography -- Index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

"This book is a follow-on to the author's bestseller, Principles of Combustion, Second Edition published in 2005. The text covers advanced topics of combustion and flame that are not covered anywhere else. Kuo provides a multiphase systems approach beginning with more common topics and moving to higher level applications such as reacting boundary layer flows, ignition of homogeneous mixtures, flame extinction phenomena, and detonation processes in condensed phase materials. As with Kuo's earlier book, large numbers of examples and problems and a solutions manual are provided"-- Provided by publisher.

Machine generated contents note: Preface. Chapter 1. Introduction and Conservation Equations. Chapter 2. Premixed Laminar Flames. Chapter 3. Laminar Non-Premixed Flames. Chapter 4. Background in Turbulent Flows. Chapter 5. Turbulent Premixed Flames. Chapter 6. Non-Premixed Turbulent Flames. Chapter 7. Background in Multiphase flow with Reactions. Chapter 8. Spray Atomization and Combustion. Appendix A. Useful Vector and Tensor Operations. Appendix B. Constants and Conversion Factors Often Used in Combustion. Appendix C. Naming of Hydrocarbons. Appendix D. Detailed Gas-phase Reaction Mechanism for Aromatics Formation. Appendix E. Particle Size -- US Sieve and Tyler Screen Mesh Equivalents. References.

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