vortex burner

vortex burner

[′vȯr‚teks ′bər·nər]
(engineering)
Combustion device in which the combustion air is fed tangentially into the burner, creating a spin (vortex) to mix it with the fuel as it is injected.
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1) was equipped with vortex burners that are mounted on the frontal panel in two different row arrangements, with four burners on each row.
The modifications included replacing the vortex burners that were located at the lower row with direct-flow burners with a downward slope.
The sampling of pulverized fuel from the air-solids conduits supplying fuel to the replaced direct-flow burners of the lower burner row (with a modified solid separator) and to the original vortex burners of the upper row was performed to determine the particle size distribution.