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Response of a laminar premixed flame to flow oscillations: A kinematic model and thermoacoustic instability results
Combustion instability is a resonance phenomenon that arises due to the coupling between the system acoustics and the unsteady heat release. The constructive feedback between the two processes, whichExpand
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Oxy-fuel combustion of pulverized coal: Characterization, fundamentals, stabilization and CFD modeling
Oxy-fuel combustion has generated significant interest since it was proposed as a carbon capture technology for newly built and retrofitted coal-fired power plants. Research, development andExpand
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Needs, resources and climate change: Clean and efficient conversion technologies
Energy “powers” our life, and energy consumption correlates strongly with our standards of living. The developed world has become accustomed to cheap and plentiful supplies. Recently, more of theExpand
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Supplier selection-order allocation: A two stage multiple criteria dynamic programming approach
This paper proposes a two-stage multiple criteria dynamic programming approach for two of the most critical tasks in supply chain management, namely, supplier selection and order allocation. In theExpand
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Thermoacoustic instability: model-based optimal control designs and experimental validation
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We have developed a feedback model of a premixed laminar combustor which captures several dominant features in the combustion process such as heat release dynamics, multiple acoustic modes, and actuator effects. Expand
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Impact of Linear Coupling on the Design of Active Controllers for the Thermoacoustic Instability
Analysis of combustion instability has traditionally been based on the assumption that linear coupling among acoustic modes is insignificant. While this is reasonable when one is interested inExpand
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Active control of combustion instability: theory and practice
One of the most successful applications of control technology in fluid systems is in the context of dynamic instability in continuous combustion systems. Models of combustion instability have beenExpand
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An improved one-dimensional membrane-electrode assembly model to predict the performance of solid oxide fuel cell including the limiting current density
Abstract The limiting current density is an important characteristic quantity in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs). High concentration overpotential is often used to explain the limiting current densityExpand
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Modeling the dynamic response of a laminar perforated-plate stabilized flame
Abstract The objective of this study is to determine the transfer function between the heat release rate and the velocity oscillations in perforated-plate stabilized flames under different power andExpand
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Active control in combustion systems
Over the past decade, active control has been investigated in combustion systems as a means of preventing thermoacoustic instabilities from degrading the system performance. More recently, attemptsExpand
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