Introduction Importance of Heat Transfer in Industrial Combustion Literature Discussion Combustion System Components Some Fundamentals of Combustion Combustion Chemistry Combustion Properties Exhaust Product Transport Properties Heat Transfer Modes Introduction Convection Radiation Conduction Phase Change Heat Sources and Sinks Heat Sources Heat Sinks Computer Modeling Combustion Modeling Modeling Approaches Simplified Models Computational Fluid Dynamic Modeling Experimental Techniques Introduction Heat Flux Temperature Gas Flow Gas Species Other Measurements Physical Modeling Flame Impingement Introduction Experimental Conditions Semi-Analytical Heat Transfer Solutions Empirical Heat Transfer Correlations Heat Transfer from Burners Introduction Open-Flame Burners Radiant Burners Effects on Heat Transfer In-Flame Treatment Heat Transfer in Furnaces Introduction Furnaces Heat Recovery Lower Temperature Applications Introduction Ovens and Dryers Fired Heaters Heat Treating Higher Temperature Applications Introduction Metals Industry Minerals Industry Waste Incineration Advanced Combustion Systems Introduction Oxygen-Enhanced Combustion Submerged Combustion Miscellaneous Appendices Reference Sources for Further Information Common Conversions Methods of Expressing Mixture Ratios for CH4, C3H8, and H2 Properties for CH4, C3H8, and H2 Flames Fluid Dynamics Equations Material Properties Author Index Subject Index Each chapter contains a References section.
"This reviewer would like to congratulate the author for a well-written and a comprehensive book on industrial combustion With the comprehensive review of the literature and the clear presentation of fundamentals of mass, momentum, and heat transport in combustion flames, this book should find its place as a valuable reference to practitioners in the field of combustionThis reviewer recommends Heat Transfer in Industrial Combustion to his peers as well as to the libraries of institutions for higher learning." -Lea-Der Chen, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA "This book is intended to 'fill a gap in the literature for books on heat transfer in industrial combustion, written for the practicing engineersthis book would be very useful when teaching combustion and propulsion class."" -Applied Mechanics Review, vol. 54, no. 4, July 2001