Combustion Fume Structure and Dynamics

@inproceedings{Flagan2007CombustionFS,
  title={Combustion Fume Structure and Dynamics},
  author={Richard C Flagan and PETC PROJECT MANAGER},
  year={2007}
}
During pulverized coal combustion, a fume of submicron particles is formed from the mineral matter in the parent coal. Studies of the variation in chemical composition with particle size have revealed that much of the submicron fume is formed from volatilized coal ash [l, 2,3]. The formation and evolution of the ash fume is governed by homogeneous nucleation, condensation, and coagulation. Vapors of refractory species nucleate relatively early in the combustion process. Coagulation of those… CONTINUE READING