combustor


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combustor

[kəm′bəs·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
The combustion chamber together with burners, igniters, and injection devices in a gas turbine or jet engine.
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Dodge, "Ignition study in a gas turbine combustor," Combustion Science and Technology, vol.
"Catalytic combustors deteriorate, baffles warp, gaskets crack, and dampers stick." Although the grams-per-hour figures mentioned above may not be achieved at home, they do provide a good basis for comparing stoves - much as miles-per-gallon tests are used to compare fuel efficiency in automobiles.
Once a catalytic combustor reaches its "light-off" point of about 500[degrees]F, it continues to burn nearly all the smoke passing through it.
The fuel feeding system feeds the pressurized combustor with the mixture by a three-stage set of hoppers connected by valves.
Western Greenbrier Co-Generation LLC, a newly formed public service entity serving three West Virginia towns, will team with several firms to build a 75-mw circulating fluidized bed combustor fueled by a 4 million-ton coal waste pile at Anjean, W.
* Temperature and concentration fields inside combustor.
Other key features include: a highly efficient 27:1 pressure-ratio high-pressure compressor; a low emissions combustor; and lightweight and durable ceramic matrix composite material used in the combustor and turbine.
The agreement covers both forced air flare and vapor combustor systems as well as natural draft flares.
International Resource News-March 25, 2019--Thruster Technologies receives certification for V1 series enclosed combustor
The order calls for low-NOx (nitrogen oxides) combustor and performance enhancement of seven M501F gas turbines previously delivered by MHPS to Taipower, as well as supply of spare components.
The performance of an aircraft cannot be improved without the support of an aeroengine which directly determines the flight characteristic, and the combustor is one of the three key components of aeroengines, which directly affects the engine performance.