Despite the length of time it has been around, its importance, and vast amounts of research, combustion is still far from being completely understood. Environmental, cost, and fuel consumption issues add further complexity, particularly in the process and power generation industries. Dedicated to advancing the art and science of industrial combusti

chapter 1|30 pages


ByCharles E. Baukal, Jr.

chapter 2|14 pages

Refining and Petrochemical Industries

ByErwin Platvoet, Rasik Patel, David Brown, Jason D. McAdams, James G. Seebold

chapter 3|34 pages


ByJohn Ackland, Jeff White, Richard T. Waibel

chapter 4|46 pages

Combustion Fundam entals

BySteve Londerville, Joseph Colannino, and Charles E. Baukal, Jr.

chapter 5|12 pages

Solid Fuel Combustion in Suspension

BySteve Londerville, Timothy Webster

chapter 6|22 pages

Catalytic Com bustion

ByKlaus-Dieter Zschorsch

chapter 7|48 pages

Heat Transfer

ByJay Karan and Charles E. Baukal, Jr.

chapter 8|20 pages

Flare Radiation

ByWes Bussman, Jeff White

chapter 9|82 pages

Fundamentals of Fluid Dynamics

ByWes Bussman, Zachary L. Kodesh, Robert E. Schwartz

chapter 10|18 pages

Oil A tom ization

ByI.-Ping Chung, Steve Londerville

chapter 11|12 pages

Cold Flow M odeling

ByChristopher Q. Jian

chapter 12|14 pages

Thermal Efficiency

ByCharles E. Baukal, Jr. and Wes Bussman

chapter 13|28 pages

CFD-Based Combustion M odeling

ByMichael A. Lorra, Shirley X. Chen

chapter 14|36 pages

Pollutant Emissions

ByCharles E. Baukal, Jr., L-Ping Chung, Steve Londerville, James G. Seebold, and Richard T. Waibel

chapter 15|62 pages

NOx Emissions

ByCharles E. Baukal, Jr. and Wes Bussman

chapter 16|34 pages


ByVSles Bussman, Jay Karan, Carl-Christian Hantschk, Edwin Schorer

chapter 17|38 pages

Combustion Training

ByCharles E. Baukal, Jr. and Myra N. Crawford-Fanning