Characteristics of flame stability and gaseous emission of biocrude-oil/ethanol blends in a pilot-scale spray burner

@inproceedings{Choi2016CharacteristicsOF,
  title={Characteristics of flame stability and gaseous emission of biocrude-oil/ethanol blends in a pilot-scale spray burner},
  author={Sang Kyu Choi and Yeon Seok Choi and Seock Joon Kim and Yeon Woo Jeong},
  year={2016}
}
A burner system with capacity of 30,000 kcal/h was designed for the combustion of biocrude-oil and ethanol blends. An air atomizing spray nozzle with larger fuel orifice was adopted to prevent nozzle clogging, with swirl flow introduced to the combustion air for flame stabilization. Biocrude-oil was prepared from the fast pyrolysis of woody biomass and was blended with ethanol to improve flame stability and ignition characteristics. At various mixing ratios of biocrude-oil and ethanol, flame… CONTINUE READING

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