Theoretical approach to modeling the combustion process in turbine engines fuelled by alternative aviation fuels containing various components/biocomponents
 
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Air Force Institute of Technology.
Publication date: 2017-11-01
 
Combustion Engines 2017,171(4), 245–249
 
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The aim of this paper is presentation of the possibility of combustion processes modelling so that to better describe the influence of fuels chemistry on fuels combustion. This is important for prediction the behaviour of different alternative fuels in processes in combustion chamber. Currently used mathematical models do not sufficiently take into account the influence of fuels chemical composition on combustion process. The idea of new mathematical model is proposed in this paper. The paper presents the main assumptions of this model and the results of its preliminary verification using MiniJetRig.
 
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Reactivity Model as a Tool to Compare the Combustion Process in Aviation Turbine Engines Powered by Synthetic Fuels
Tomasz Białecki, Wojciech Dzięgielewski, Mirosław Kowalski, Andrzej Kulczycki
Energies
 
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