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By Charles E. Baukal Jr.

Fast improvement within the box prompted by way of the elevated call for for fresh burner platforms has made the commercial Burners instruction manual into the field’s go-to source. With this source, bestselling writer, editor, and combustion specialist Charles Baukal, Jr. has prepare a finished reference devoted to the layout and purposes of commercial burners. as well as a fantastic creation to combustion and burner basics, a great panel of contributing authors deal with all significant burner forms and discover a number themes by no means sooner than properly coated in a guide, together with noise, burner controls, and actual modeling.

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In a batch furnace, the load is charged into the furnace at discrete intervals where it is heated. There may be multiple load charges, depending on the application. Normally, the firing rate of the burners is reduced or turned off during the charging cycle. On some furnaces, a door may also need to be opened during charging. This significantly impacts the heat transfer in the system as the heat losses during the charge cycle are very large. The radiation losses through open doors are high and the reduced firing rate may not be enough to maintain the desired furnace temperature.

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3 OXIDIZER TYPE Burners and flames are often classified according to the type of oxidizer that is used. The majority of industrial burners use air for combustion. In many of the higher-temperature heating and melting applications, such as glass production, the oxidizer is pure oxygen. These burner types are discussed in Chapter 21. In other applications, the oxidizer is a combination of air and oxygen, often referred to as oxygen-enriched air combustion. These burner types are discussed in Chapter 20.

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