Applied Combustion, Second Edition, By Eugene L. Keating you can download in pdf. The next edition of this practical text provides a broad introduction into the technology fundamentals of chemical energy conversion. Eugene L. Keating, Ph.D., P.E., a recognized authority in academia, government, and business, examines combustion technology and science utilizing basic principles. Thermochemical engineering design and data formulas of fundamental performance connections appear in double SI and English engineering measurements and components, assisting you to save time and prevent conversion errors.
New in the Second Edition Streamlined firm that progressively develops basic concepts Extended section on cells New segment on the nitrogen-oxygen response system Added coverage of ecological elements of certain combustion attributes Brand New chapter on thermal degradation Furnishing examples that show a suitable engineering analysis in addition to important concepts pertinent to the essence of combustion apparatus, Applied Combustion, Second Edition explores the perfect oxidation-reaction equation, gas heat discharge rates, chemical equilibrium, imperfect combustion, chemical kinetics, and detonation, thermal explosion, along with fundamental fire theories. The publication treats the qualities of chemical energy sources and introduces a thermochemical summary of present and potential solid, liquid, and gaseous artificial and natural fuel sources. Additionally, it refers to the fuel-engine interface features of significant internal and external combustion heat engines Concerning fuel compatibility, intake rates, pollution attributes, emission controls, and energy conversion efficiencies