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Gaseous emissions from excess air combustion of propellants and explosives

Gaseous emissions from excess air combustion of propellants and explosives

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Propellants -- Environmental aspects -- United States.,
  • Explosive ordnance disposal -- Environmental aspects -- United States.,
  • Explosives -- Environmental aspects -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ. Mahannah ... [et al.].
    ContributionsMahannah, J., Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15308833M

    tor and stack. In these cases, the hot gases must be cooled to protect die fan. Excess air may be added to the incinerator to insure complete combustion and regulate incinerator temperature. The excess air re- quirements differ for different types of waste having different composi- tions and BTU values.   Propellants_and_Explosives_Thermochemical_Aspects_of_Combustion_Kubota Identifier-ark ark://t9b60kd4s Isbn Lccn Ocr ABBYY FineReader Openlibrary OLM Openlibrary_edition OLM Openlibrary_work OLW Pages Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library Pages:

      Combustion of Liquid and Gaseous Fuels - Science topic A group for researchers, who want to exchange knowledge and experience on the field of combustion Follow topic. Tramp air is the air that is entering the heater and not taking part in combustion. It is the air entering into from peep doors, tube penetrations, header boxes, heater joints that are not sealed properly. This air does not enter the combustion process and shows up in .

    Alireza Bahadori PhD, in Essentials of Oil and Gas Utilities, Oxygen Compensation Control. Excess air ratio control should be achieved by measuring the flue gas oxygen content and trimming the airflow. The O 2 content in the flue gas is measured by an oxygen analyzer. The output signal of the analyzer is to be fed to the flue gas oxygen controller.   Control of Gaseous Pollutants it is highly flammable and may form explosive mixtures with air. Methane is also an asphyxiant and may displace oxygen in an enclosed space. Asphyxia or suffocation may result if the oxygen concentration is reduced to below % by displacement Military, such as nuclear weapons, toxic gases, germ warfare and.


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GASEOUS EMISSIONS FROM EXCESS AIR COMBUSTION OF EXPLOSIVES AND PROPELLANTS by Janet Mahannah, Donald Schubert, and Carl Culp Atlantic Research Corporation Alexandria, Virginia and Terry Schomer IT Enviroscience Knoxville, TN Contract No. Project Officer John E. Brugger Oil and Hazardous Materials Spills pal.

Definitive values for the achievable reduction in level of each gas cannot be presented because of the wide variation in data. Specifically, NO reductions by the filter ranged from 25% to 67% for C-4 and 10% to 57% for Chaparral; CO reductions ranged from 38%.

The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer process in the combustion waves.

The burning rate models are also presented as an aid to understanding the rate-controlling steps of combustion processes, thus demonstrating the relationships of burning rate versus pressure and Cited by:   This third edition of the classic on the thermochemical aspects of the combustion of propellants and explosives is completely revised and updated and now includes a section on green propellants and offers an up-to-date view of the thermochemical aspects of combustion and corresponding applications.

Clearly structured, the first half of the book presents an introduction to Author: Naminosuke Kubota. Purchase Combustion, Flames and Explosions of Gases - 2nd Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 2. It presents the fundamental bases of the energetics of materials, deflagration and detonation, thermochemical process of decomposition and combustion, plus combustion wave structures.

The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer process in the combustion waves.

It presents the fundamental bases of the energetics of materials, deflagration and detonation, thermochemical process of decomposition and combustion, plus combustion wave structures.

The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer.

The book also goes on to discuss the combustion mechanisms of various types of energetic materials, propellants, and explosives, based on the heat transfer process in the combustion waves.

The burning rate models are also presented as an aid to understanding the rate-controlling steps of combustion processes, thus demonstrating the relationships of burning rate 3/5(1). Combustion Products of Propellants and Ammunition midgets did not feel too happy in the confines of their tank turret and driver’s compartment.

Bad ventila-tion in the cramped interior caused fatigue and ex-haustion, reducing combat efficiency and File Size: KB. Military applications are excluded from this discussion. Emissions associated with the manufacture of explosives are treated in Section"Explosives".

An explosive is a chemical material that is capable of extremely rapid combustion resulting in an explosion or detonation. Since an adequate supply of oxygen cannot be drawn from the air, a.

This third edition of the classic on the thermochemical aspects of the combustion of propellants and explosives is completely revised and updated and now includes a section on green propellants and offers an up-to-date view of the thermochemical aspects of combustion and corresponding applications.

Emission from Gaseous Flames Pyrotechnics, propellants and explosives 2 An explosion is a mechanical process generating a destructive high-pressure wave in a fluid; this shock wave (the blast caused by rapidly expanding gases), and the associate projection of entrained solid debris.

gaseous emissions emitted were predicted and monitored during one trial. Gaseous emissions were investigated using a thermo-dynamical code and air sampling.

The main combustion products were carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water, with near detection limits for carbon monoxide and ammonia. 64 Combustion Fundamentals Chap. 2 The large quantity of nitrogen diluent substantially reduces the mole fractions of the combustion products from the values they would have in its absence.

Example Combustion ofOctane in Air Detennine the stoichiometric fuel/air mass ratio and product gas composition for combus­ tion ofoctane (CSH1S) in air. Clearly structured, the first half of the book presents an introduction to pyrodynamics, describing fundamental aspects of the combustion of energetic materials, while the second part highlights applications of energetic materials, such as propellants, explosives and pyrolants, with a focus on the phenomena occurring in rocket motors.

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1 Combustion of Energetic Materials Richard A. Yetter Explosives Propellants Pyrotechnics • Explosive bolts and actuators • PlltPropellants for rocktkets and guns • Gas generators, for fire extinguishers or for air bag inflators (rapidly produce large amount of gas to inflate a nylon or File Size: 1MB.

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Contents: Chemistry and Kinetics of the Reactions between Gaseous. This chapter presents the definitions and properties of gaseous, liquid and solid fuels, propellants and explosives. This chapter presents the definitions and properties of gaseous, liquid and solid fuels, propellants and explosives.

Collective () Combustion: a Reference Book on Theory and Practice. 3d ed. The American Gas Association. Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics Combustion of Black Powder. Part 1: Thermo‐analytical studies.

G. Hussain. Department of Science and Chemical Engineering, The Polytechnic of Wales, Pontypridd, Mid Glamorgan CF37 1 DL (United Kingdom) Search for more papers by this author.The combustion characteristics of propellants heavily affect the performance of solid-propellant air-turbo rockets (SP-ATRs).

In this study, an SP-ATR experimental combustion system was developed.Excess air increase the amount of oxygen to the combustion and the combustion of fuel.

when fuel and oxygen from the air are in perfect balance - the combustion is said to be stoichiometric The combustion efficiency increases with increased excess air - until the heat loss in the excess air is larger than the heat provided by more efficient.