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Synonyms for combustion

a process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light

a state of violent disturbance and excitement

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In order to use such parameters as indices of flammability, identification of the combustion reaction is quite important.
Also, of great importance today, we have the smoke which is generated and is made up of particulates that are derived from the combustion reaction.
Analysis of energy of activated molecules in the combustion reactions of SC/CS
The general combustion reaction is applied in the same manner as for kerosene and helps determining the variation of the maximum temperature (Fig.
One disadvantage of venting is that the combustion reaction has not been extinguished.
According to this major stage of the combustion reaction, the relationship of d [alpha]/dT vs T is plotted.
The combustion reaction occurs mainly in the stage where combustion of volatile matter and fixed carbon takes place (450-650 [degrees]C), so [T.
Combustion reaction kinetics study of Huadian oil shale semi-coke // Proceedings of the CSEE.
When considering the devolatilization in fluidized bed, three resistances in series can be identified: the interphase resistance to oxygen transfer from the bubble phase to the particulate phase; the resistance to oxygen diffusion from the particulate phase to the surface of the particle; the resistance to the combustion reaction at the surface of the particle [4].
7] found that the addition of very finely ground clay mineral (kaolin) to the hot sand matrix contributed a catalytic effect to the carbon deposition reaction, but carbon combustion reaction was unaffected.
For a combustion reaction which may be presented as a function f([akpha]) [(1 a).
A general review of literature on combustion kinetics indicates that during the combustion reaction mass is lost initially at a constant rate corresponding to a zero-order process, and as temperature increases, the order usually becomes equal to unity.
The combustion reactions of kerosene and methane, with water injection, are given by equations (1) and (2), where the coefficient "a" of the water was considered as a function of the fuel coefficient.
Experimental data prove that there is close interconnection between consumption of oxygen above stoichiometry of fuel combustion reactions, oxidation, produced at the outlet, and temperature of the metal (Figure 6).
Why should someone who would probably choose the major "not science or math," if it were offered, have to become an expert on combustion reactions vs.
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