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Combustion Engineering, Third Edition introduces the analysis, design, and building of combustion energy systems. It discusses current global energy, climate, and air pollution challenges and considers the increasing importance of renewable energy sources, such as biomass fuels.
Mathematical methods are presented, along with qualitative descriptions of their use, which are supported by numerous tables with practical data and formulae, worked examples, chapter-end problems, and updated references. The new edition features new and updated sections on solid biofuels, spark-ignition, compression-ignition, soot and black carbon formation, and current energy policies.
This text is intended for undergraduate and first-year graduate mechanical engineering students taking introductory courses in combustion. Practicing heating engineers, utility engineers, and engineers consulting in energy and environmental areas will find this book a useful reference.