Review of numerical studies on NOX emission in the flameless combustion
The incomplete process of combustion produces unwanted emission and one of the major pollutant in the combustion of fossil fuels is the formation of nitrogen oxides. To mitigate the problem various combustion technologies have been explored and flameless combustion is one of the potential candidate. Flameless combustion is of a great interest since it simultaneously provides higher thermal efficiency together with controlling the pollutant emission such as NOX. In this technology, the preheat temperature of the combustion air must be higher than the auto-ignition temperature of the reactant mixture. This paper explores various numerical studies performed on the flameless combustion and the role of flameless combustion on the reduction of NOX emission are presented. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
Applied Mechanics and Materials
Abuelnuor, A. A. A., Wahid, M. A., Saat, A., Sies, M. M., Elbasheer, M. K., Hosseini, S. E., Dairobi, A. G., Mohammed, H. A., & Darus, A. N. (2013). Review of numerical studies on NOx emission in the flameless combustion. Applied Mechanics and Materials, 388: 235–240. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/amm.388.235.