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Layout and R&D engineers and scholars will worth the great, meticulous insurance during this quantity. starting with the fundamental rules and ideas of aeropropulsion combustion, chapters discover particular approaches, barriers, and analytical equipment as they endure on part layout.

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Given these results, the energy balance given above reduces to Note that P, is an exponential function of Tp. Here the vapor density at the particle surface has been normalized by Pg, the density of the gas stream evaluated at Tp. The second and third terms on the right-hand side of Eq. 5) are almost independent of pressure and temperature. ) However, the first term is a very strong function of temperature and is inversely proportional to pressure because the gas density is proportional to P/T?.

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Moelwyn-Hughes, E. , New York, 1964. Moore, W. , 1962. Smith, M. L. and Stinson, K. , New York, 1952. Strehlow, R. , 1967. , Feb. 1970. Williams, F. , 1965. "Literature of the Combustion of Petroleum," Advances in Chemistry Series, No. , 1958. Proceedings of the International Combustion Symposia, Vols. , 1947-1983. References 1Smith, M. L. and Stinson, K. , New York, 1952. 2Edelman, R. , "Some Observations on Flows Described by Coupled Mixing and Kinetics," Emissions from Continuous Combustion Systems, edited by W.

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