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Edition: 2ND 00

Copyright: 2000

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2000

International: No

Copyright: 2000

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2000

International: No

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This Second Edition retains all the same primary objectives as the original text: First, to present basic combustion concepts using relatively simple and easy-to -understand analyses; and second, to introduce a wide variety of practical applications which motivate or relate to the various theoretical concepts. The overarching goal is to provide a textbook which is useful for both formal undergraduate study in mechanical engineering and in related fields, and informal study by practicing engineers.

Features:

- The addition of additional topics and more in-depth coverage of advanced topics. Additional topics include Multicomponent Diffusion, Counterflow Diffusion Flames, and a discussion of the Molecular Structure of Fuels.
- Updated software is now Windows 95/98 compatible.
- New problems have been added to many chapters and several additional examples are now included in the text. Those problems requiring, or benefiting from the use of a computer are clearly marked as so.

Preface

Preface to the Second Edition

Preface to the First Edition

1: Introduction

2: Combustion and Thermochemistry

3: Introduction to Mass Transfer

4: Chemical Kinetics

5: Some Important Chemical Mechanisms

6: Coupling Chemical and Thermal Analyses of Reacting Systems

7: Simplifed Conversation Equations for Reacting Flows

8: Laminar Premixed Flames

9: Laminar Diffusion Flames

10: Droplet Evaporation and Burning

11: Introduction to Turbulent Flows

12: Turbulent Premixed Flames

13: Turbulent Nonpremixed Flames

14: Burning of Solids

15: Pollutant Emissions

16: Detonations

Appendix A: Selected Thermodynamic Propertiesof Gases Comprising C-H-O-N System

Appendix B: Fuel Properties

Appendix C: Selected Properties of Air, Nitrogen, and Oxygen

Appendix D: Diffusion Coefficients and Methodology for their Estimation

Appendix E: Generalized Newton's Method for the Solution of Nonlinear Equations

Appendix F: Computer Codes for Equilibrium Products of Hydrocarbon-Air Combustion

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Summary

This Second Edition retains all the same primary objectives as the original text: First, to present basic combustion concepts using relatively simple and easy-to -understand analyses; and second, to introduce a wide variety of practical applications which motivate or relate to the various theoretical concepts. The overarching goal is to provide a textbook which is useful for both formal undergraduate study in mechanical engineering and in related fields, and informal study by practicing engineers.

Features:

- The addition of additional topics and more in-depth coverage of advanced topics. Additional topics include Multicomponent Diffusion, Counterflow Diffusion Flames, and a discussion of the Molecular Structure of Fuels.
- Updated software is now Windows 95/98 compatible.
- New problems have been added to many chapters and several additional examples are now included in the text. Those problems requiring, or benefiting from the use of a computer are clearly marked as so.

Table of Contents

Preface

Preface to the Second Edition

Preface to the First Edition

1: Introduction

2: Combustion and Thermochemistry

3: Introduction to Mass Transfer

4: Chemical Kinetics

5: Some Important Chemical Mechanisms

6: Coupling Chemical and Thermal Analyses of Reacting Systems

7: Simplifed Conversation Equations for Reacting Flows

8: Laminar Premixed Flames

9: Laminar Diffusion Flames

10: Droplet Evaporation and Burning

11: Introduction to Turbulent Flows

12: Turbulent Premixed Flames

13: Turbulent Nonpremixed Flames

14: Burning of Solids

15: Pollutant Emissions

16: Detonations

Appendix A: Selected Thermodynamic Propertiesof Gases Comprising C-H-O-N System

Appendix B: Fuel Properties

Appendix C: Selected Properties of Air, Nitrogen, and Oxygen

Appendix D: Diffusion Coefficients and Methodology for their Estimation

Appendix E: Generalized Newton's Method for the Solution of Nonlinear Equations

Appendix F: Computer Codes for Equilibrium Products of Hydrocarbon-Air Combustion

Publisher Info

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2000

International: No

Published: 2000

International: No

This Second Edition retains all the same primary objectives as the original text: First, to present basic combustion concepts using relatively simple and easy-to -understand analyses; and second, to introduce a wide variety of practical applications which motivate or relate to the various theoretical concepts. The overarching goal is to provide a textbook which is useful for both formal undergraduate study in mechanical engineering and in related fields, and informal study by practicing engineers.

Features:

- The addition of additional topics and more in-depth coverage of advanced topics. Additional topics include Multicomponent Diffusion, Counterflow Diffusion Flames, and a discussion of the Molecular Structure of Fuels.
- Updated software is now Windows 95/98 compatible.
- New problems have been added to many chapters and several additional examples are now included in the text. Those problems requiring, or benefiting from the use of a computer are clearly marked as so.

Preface

Preface to the Second Edition

Preface to the First Edition

1: Introduction

2: Combustion and Thermochemistry

3: Introduction to Mass Transfer

4: Chemical Kinetics

5: Some Important Chemical Mechanisms

6: Coupling Chemical and Thermal Analyses of Reacting Systems

7: Simplifed Conversation Equations for Reacting Flows

8: Laminar Premixed Flames

9: Laminar Diffusion Flames

10: Droplet Evaporation and Burning

11: Introduction to Turbulent Flows

12: Turbulent Premixed Flames

13: Turbulent Nonpremixed Flames

14: Burning of Solids

15: Pollutant Emissions

16: Detonations

Appendix A: Selected Thermodynamic Propertiesof Gases Comprising C-H-O-N System

Appendix B: Fuel Properties

Appendix C: Selected Properties of Air, Nitrogen, and Oxygen

Appendix D: Diffusion Coefficients and Methodology for their Estimation

Appendix E: Generalized Newton's Method for the Solution of Nonlinear Equations

Appendix F: Computer Codes for Equilibrium Products of Hydrocarbon-Air Combustion