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Theory and calculation of heat transfer in furnaces

In boiler furnaces, four physical and chemical processes take place simultaneously: combustion, flow, heat transfer, and mass transfer. Heat transfer in the furnace is related to the energy exchange, as well as to the characteristics of efficiency and cleaning of combustion. Theory and Calculation of Heat Transfer in Furnaces covers all the typical boilers with most fuels, as well as the effects of ash deposition and slagging on heat transfer. There are two demonstrations of boiler design calculation at the end of this book, and readers will benefit from coverage of basic radiation theory and industry design methods.

Audience

Senior undergraduates and graduates of energy engineering, power engineering, for the courses of boiler design, combustion engineering, thermal engineering, furnace and heating device design. Engineers who design, manufacture, and operate boilers, heating device, thermal power plant

Hardbound, 320 Pages

Published: October 2015

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-800966-6

Contents

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    1 Theoretical foundation and basic properties of thermal radiation

    2 Emission and absorption of thermal radiation

    3 Heat exchange between isothermal surfaces

    4 Heat transfer in fluidized bed

    5 Heat transfer calculation in furnace

    6 Effects of ash deposition and slagging on heat transfer

    7 Heat transfer measurement in furnace

    Appendix

    References

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