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Heat Transfer Research

DOI: 10.1615/HeatTransRes.v32.i1-3.10
7 pages

Use of the Method of Relative Correspondence in Heat and Mass Transfer and Combustion

V. I. Gudkov
Elektrogorsk Scientific Research Center on the Safety of Atomic Power Stations of the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute on Exploitation of Atomic Electric Power Stations, Elektrogorsk, Russia
V. P. Motulevich
Moscow Power Institute (Technical University), Russia

ABSTRAKT

Examples of an analysis of thermophysical processes accompanied, in particular, by chemical reactions are given on the basis of the method of relative correspondence. The method is based on the fact that use can be made of less accurate physical and mathematical models of the phenomenon can be used in determining relative values with the assigned degree of reliability than in determining absolute values. A furnace process of dust-like solid fuel (antracite dust coal) combustion in a flow with enrichment of primary air by oxygen and the process of fuel gasification by oxygen at atmospheric pressure are considered. Experimental and calculated data are compared.


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