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combustion

 [kom-bus´chun]
rapid oxidation with emission of heat.

com·bus·tion

(kom-bŭs'chŭn),
Burning, the rapid oxidation of any substance accompanied by the production of heat and light.
[L. comburo, pp. -bustus, to burn up]

com·bus·tion

(kŏm-bŭs'chŭn)
Burning; rapid oxidation of any substance accompanied by the production of heat and light.
[L. comburo, pp. -bustus, to burn up]
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Combustion products like CO, HCN, C[O.sub.2] (in substantial concentrations) have a narcotic influence on people, and lead to loss of consciousness, which renders evacuation impossible and can cause even death.
A comparison of the differences in gaseous products before and after the addition of hydrated lime in the second stage of asphalt combustion in Figure 6 indicates that the peak values of the transmittance peaks of HL combustion products are weaker than that of BA, especially the peak height of CO, which decreases by more than 50%.
Nitrogen oxide removal from combustion products is the most expensive measure for reduction in pollution caused by exhaust gas, therefore, the topic under investigation is extremely actual, as issue of decrease in NOx formation is addressed.
Combustion product analysis of various blends showed that the combustion products depended on the F/H ratio in the total reactants.
Unlike the cited production of HCN from wool, none of the bio-based aerogel pyrolysis products detected herein rise beyond "moderate hazards." As mentioned above, these pyrolysis products themselves are flammable organics in the vapor phase, so while the carbon oxides are expected to be significant combustion products, it is also possible that pyrolysis to organic nitriles could still lead to the ultimate production of HCN.
At that latent heat of condensation of water vapors, which are certainly present in fossil fuels combustion products is ignored in the article of waste heat losses.
Critics argue that any release of combustion products into the occupied space may be harmful.
A gas analyzer (Testo 350-XL) is used to continuously measure the concentrations of combustion products. The CO emission resulting from incomplete combustion is greatly taken into consideration because of the hazard of CO poisoning.
These combustion products are subsequently flushed through a reduction tube packed with copper, held at 620 [degrees]C, where nitrogen oxides are converted to molecular nitrogen and residual oxygen is removed.
where [V.sub.t] is the speed of thermophoresis; k is the constant of the nondimensional thermophoresis; v is the kinematic toughness of the high-temperature combustion products; T is the temperature of the high-temperature combustion product flow; [DELTA]T is the difference between the sections of entering and exiting flows.
Provider of comprehensive waste management services, Waste Management Inc (NYSE:WM), revealed on Wednesday that its Energy Services division won a contract from American Electric Power (AEP), to provide coal combustion product marketing and on-site landfill management services at three of its power plants in the Texas-Oklahoma region.
Benz(a)pyrene as detrimental combustion product is more toxic than [NO.sub.x].

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