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Old   November 20, 2008, 01:40
Default Adiabatic Flame Temperature
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Hi, do you have any information about adiabatic flame temperature for mix of coal dust and excessive air? Thanks for response!
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Old   November 28, 2008, 08:35
Default Re: Adiabatic Flame Temperature
Jean van der Merwe
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Hi You need the NCV or net calorific value for the specific coal dust you want to "burn", the composition of the coal (%carbon, moisture, sulphur and nitrogen, etc). And then the first law of thermodynamics will assist in the rest:Q +sum(mh)_reactants = sum(mh)_products. Most thermodynamic handbooks should have a section on combustion. It involves chemical balance as well from inputs above. Regards Jean
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