The Application of Combustion Principles to Domestic Gas Burner Design, ISBN-13: 978-0419148005

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The Application of Combustion Principles to Domestic Gas Burner Design, ISBN-13: 978-0419148005

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  • 200 pages
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 31, 1990)
  • Author: H.R.N. Jones
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0419148000
  • ISBN-13: 978-0419148005


The use of gas as a fuel has increased dramatically throughout the world during the last thirty years. In many countries this has been primarily due to the development of natural gas resources as a replacement for the older and, in many cases, declining manufactured gas industries. Great Britain is no exception, especially in the domestic sector, where, since conversion to natural gas, there has been a marked rise in both the number of customers and annual gas consumption. Gas combustion research has played a key role in this rapidly expanding market, particularly with respect to advances in appliance design. These advances are manifest in two areas: firstly through the increase in appliance efficiency which has been demanded in an ever more energy-conscious age; secondly, and arguably more important, through developments in burner design, without which neither the remarkable success of conversion nor the introduction of today’s compact and highly efficient appliances could have been achieved.

Much fundamental work in combustion and burner design for domestic natural gas appliances has been published in the form of scientific papers. This volume brings together much of that work, and is aimed at both the student and the qualified engineer. After an opening chapter, which provides relevant definitions and some basic combustion chemistry, four chapters discuss, in some detail, design aspects of the three most commonly encountered types of burner (non-aerated, partially aerated and fully aerated) together with some more unusual burner systems. Chapter 6 considers the application of these design aspects to various domestic appliances, in particular the constraints which must be placed on any practical design of burner, while in Chapter 7, burner control systems are discussed with special emphasis given to safety, ease of appliance operation and methods of maintaining high efficiency.

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