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By Gordon C. Oates
Layout and R&D engineers and scholars will worth the accomplished, meticulous assurance during this quantity, which, lower than the specialist editorial supervision of Gordon C. Oates, positive aspects the invited paintings of well known experts in airplane fuel turbine engines.
Beginning with the elemental rules and ideas of aeropropulsion combustion, chapters discover particular tactics, barriers, and analytical equipment as they undergo on part layout.
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Turbulence can be expected to play a significant role in all cases except those involving low activation energies ( < 20 k c a l / g , mole) and high temperatures ( > 2500 K). Because of the obvious difficulties in accomplishing temperature or concentration measurements on the time and length scales of interest to this subject, only limited empirical information is available to provide further explanation of this complex phenomena. Perfectly Stirred Reactor The perfectly stirred reactor (PSR) is defined as a combustion region in which reactant and product concentrations as well as temperature are completely homogeneous.
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A small flame is passed over the fuel-air mixture. The minimum temperature at which some evidence of ignition is observed is defined as the flash point. It has been demonstrated that this temperature corresponds to conditions where the equilibrium vapor-air mixture above the liquid fuel is at the lean flammability limit. This characteristic is illustrated in Fig. 17. Common Jet Fuels Three jet fuel types are in wide use. JP-4 is used by the air forces of NATO, including the United States. Jet B, a fuel nearly identical to JP-4, is used by the Canadian commercial airlines.