Combustion noise reduction in a kerosene burner: investigations in the spray characteristics of the fuel nozzle

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ConferenceCombustion Institute/Canadian Section, Spring Technical Meeting: 09 May 2004, Kingston, Ontario
Pages16; # of pages: 6
Subjectcombustion, noise, fuel spray, burner; Combustion
AbstractThis paper summarizes the result of an experimental investigation carried out to examine thespray characteristics of a fuel injector from a kerosene-fired military cooking burner. The objective was to reduce combustion noise by identifying changes in the fluid dynamics and spray field of the burner. It was also intended to generate a detailed data set that can be used to validate primary and secondary atomization models.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number47050
NPARC number20377461
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