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The Future of Fuel Technology documents the proceedings of a Conference held in the Netherlands, Amsterdam in May 1963.
This book consists of four main topics relating to the future of fuel technology— combustion and heat transfer, generation of steam and power, furnaces, and domestic utilization.
In these topics, this compilation specifically discusses the broad strategy of research and development in industrial fuel utilization, flame research at IJmuiden, and fuel utilization in water-tube boilers. The fuel requirements for fuel cells, high-intensity combustor for liquid fuels, and gaseous fuels in industrial furnaces are also discussed. This text likewise covers the manufactured domestic fuels for closed appliances and domestic gas utilization research and development.
This publication is recommended for fuel technologists, engineers, and scientists concerned with advances in fuel technology.
Session I. The Future of Fuel Technology (Combustion and Heat Transfer)
The Broad Strategy of Research and Development in Industrial Fuel Utilization
Flame Research at IJmuiden: 15 years Past and Prospects
Session II. The Future of Fuel Technology (Generation of Steam and Power)
The Future of Fuel Utilization in Shell Boilers
Fuel Utilization in Water-Tube Boilers
The Steam Engineering Laboratory of the Technical University, Delft
Fuel Utilization in Gas Turbines
Fuel Requirements for Fuel Cells
Session III. The Future of Fuel Technology (Furnaces)
Use of Solid Fuels in Furnaces
A High-Intensity Combustor for Liquid Fuels
Gaseous Fuels in Industrial Furnaces
Session IV. The Future of Fuel Technology (Domestic Utilization)
Manufactured Domestic Fuels for Closed Appliances
Liquid Fuels (Domestic Utilization)
Domestic Gas Utilization Research and Development
Session V. Forecasts of Probable Advances in Fuel Technology
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- © Pergamon 1964
- 1st January 1964
- eBook ISBN:
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