Advanced Combustion and Aerothermal Technologies [electronic resource] : Environmental Protection and Pollution Reductions / edited by Nick Syred, Artem Khalatov.
Contributor(s): Khalatov, Artem [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2007Description: X, 471 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781402065156.Other title: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Advanced Combustion and Aerothermal Technologies: Environmental Protection and Pollution Reductions, Kiev, Ukraine, May 15-19, 2006.Subject(s): Engineering | Electric engineering | Renewable energy sources | Engineering economy | Environmental protection | Engineering | Energy Technology | Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer | Renewable and Green Energy | Atmospheric Protection/Air Quality Control/Air Pollution | Energy EconomicsDDC classification: 621.042 Online resources: Click here to access online
Power Systems Engineering Science and Technology -- Generation and Alleviation of Combustion Instabilities in Swirling Flow -- Modern Trends of Power Engineering Development -- Influence of the Heat-and-Power Plants of Ukraine on the Environment and Primary Ways of Pollution Reduction -- Techniques to Limit NOX Emissions -- Development of Energy Technology for Burning Brown Coal with a Selection of Iron Liquid Slag, Together with Carbon Dioxide Utilization -- Intensified Fluidized Bed Burning of the Angren Brown Coal Containing an Increased Amount of Ash -- Thermodynamics of Modern Low-Emission (Low-NOX) Processes in the Combustion of Hydrocarbon Fuels -- Current Status and Challenges within Fluidized Bed Combustion -- Fluidized Bed Combustion is the Universal Technology of Firing Fossil Fuels and Various Types of Wastes -- Solid Fuel Combustion Techniques and Augmentation -- Plasma-Supported Coal Combustion Modeling and Full-Scale Trials -- Investigation of Pulverized Coal Combustion -- Solid Fuel Plasma Gasification -- Environmental and Related Studies -- Some Advances in Two-Phase Thermofluid Research for Environmental Protection and Pollution Reduction -- CFD Modeling of Gas Release and Dispersion: Prediction of Flammable Gas Clouds -- Turbulent Combustion and Thermal Radiation in a Massive Fire -- Mathematical Model of Filtered Isolation in a High-Temperature Furnace with Oriented Injection of the Cooler -- Biomass and Alternative Fuels -- Development of Biomass and Gas Cofiring Technology to Reduce Greenhouse Gaseous Emissions -- Investigations of Institute for Engineering Thermophysics (Thermogasdynamics Department) in the Area of Combustion and Gasification Of Alternative Fuels -- Combined Energetic and Environmental Fundamentals of Selection of the Fuel Type to Ensure the Production Processes: Theory and Applications -- Reduction and Treatment of Waste in Power Generation -- Boilers, Furnaces and Related Systems -- Cleaning of Flue Gases of Thermal Power Stations from Ash and Sulfur Dioxide by Emulsifier: Wet Cleaning Unit -- Advanced High-Efficiency and Low-Emission Gas-Fired Drum-Drying Technology -- The Organization of Internal Recirculation of Smoke Gases in Reversive Water-Cooled Chambers of Combustion of Boilers for their Modernization -- Engine Emission Control Using Optimized Cooling Air Distribution between Combustor and Turbine Hot Section -- The Influence of Moisture in Air on the Working Efficiency of Boilers in the Industrial and Municipal Energy Sectors -- New and Novel Techniques for Power Systems -- Flameless Oxidation Technology -- Pulse Detonation Engines: Advantages and Limitations -- The Trapped Vortex Combustor: An Advanced Combustion Technology for Aerospace and Gas Turbine Applications -- The Role of Fuel Cells in Generating Clean Power and Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions -- Active Electric Control of Emissions from Swirling Combustion -- Influence of Gas Discharge Plasma on Combustion of a High-Speed Hydrocarbon Flow -- Variable Fuel Placement Injector Development -- Comparative Study of Equilibrium and Nonequilibrium Evaporation Models for Vaporizing Droplet Arrays at High-Pressure -- Results of Environmental Retrofit for Gas Pipeline Gas-Pumping Units -- Application of Advanced Technologies in Production of Low Emission Combustors and Turbine Components.
The NATO Advanced Workshop “Advanced Combustion and Aerothermal Technologies: Environmental Protection and Pollution Reductions” was held in Kiev (Ukraine) from 15 to 19 May 2006 and was organized by the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics (Ukraine) and Cardiff University (UK). This Workshop based on the long-term collaboration between the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics and Cardiff University resulted in a first NATO Scientific Prize received by Professor N. Syred, UK, and Professor A. Khalatov in 2002, who served as Workshop codirectors. The justification for this Workshop was based upon the perceived need for the bringing together of research in a number of combustion and aerotherm- related areas, so as to allow more rapid progress to be made. The primary Workshop objectives were to assess the existing knowledge on advanced combustion and aerothermal technologies providing reduced environmental impact, to identify directions for future research in the field, and to promote the close relationships and business contacts between scientists from the NATO and partner countries. This synergy in research and development is essential if advances in specific areas are to be widely utilized, whilst helping to cro- fertilize other areas and stimulate new developments. Of especial importance is the dissemination of concepts and ideas evolved in the aerospace industries into other related areas, whilst encouraging contacts, research exchanges, and int- actions between engineers and scientists in the NATO and partner countries.