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Energy is one of the important crucial input factor in the thermal industries require new combustion concepts for effective utilization of the fuel with controlled emissions.Due to the depletion of fossil fuels at alarming rate and increasing of pollution levels from the various combustion processes such as I.C. Engines, boilers and furnaces, the need arises for the evolution of the new combustion techniques in contrast with the existing combustion techniques. The increased consumption rate and crude oil price leads to the usage of alternate fuels or newer technological development. Furnaces…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Energy is one of the important crucial input factor in the thermal industries require new combustion concepts for effective utilization of the fuel with controlled emissions.Due to the depletion of fossil fuels at alarming rate and increasing of pollution levels from the various combustion processes such as I.C. Engines, boilers and furnaces, the need arises for the evolution of the new combustion techniques in contrast with the existing combustion techniques. The increased consumption rate and crude oil price leads to the usage of alternate fuels or newer technological development. Furnaces operating below optimum efficiency and emission levels can be improved by new technological approaches by retrofitting in new systems. Oscillating combustion is relatively a simple process. It is accomplished by introducing an oscillating valve on the path of the fuel line. The results of the project had led to a significant savings in fuel consumption, enormous reduction in NOx emissions and highly cost effective which results in revenue savings.This project was implemented in the year December 2008- April,2009 respectively.
Autorenporträt
M.V.Aditya Nag, graduated form P.R.R.M.E.C., Andhra Pradesh,India(affiliated to J.N.T.U.Hyderabad, India) in the year 2009.He have got few international publication both in journals as well as conferences. His area of interest in research is in the field energy systems, optimization, intellectual property management and mechanical engineering.