Application of Multi-Port Mixing for Passive Suppression of Thermo-Acoustic Instabilities in Premixed Combustors

@inproceedings{Farina2013ApplicationOM,
  title={Application of Multi-Port Mixing for Passive Suppression of Thermo-Acoustic Instabilities in Premixed Combustors},
  author={Jordan T. Farina},
  year={2013}
}
The utilization of lean premixed combustors has become attractive to designers of industrial gas turbines as a means of meeting strict emissions standards without compromising efficiency. Mixing the fuel and air prior to combustion allows for lower temperature flame zones, creating the potential for drastically reduced nitrous oxide emissions. While effective, these systems are commonly plagued by combustion driven instabilities. These instabilities produce large pressure and heat release rate… CONTINUE READING

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