complete combustion

complete combustion

[kəm′plēt kəm′bəs·chən]
(chemistry)
Combustion in which the entire quantity of oxidizable constituents of a fuel is reacted.
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A blue flame indicates complete combustion and that the appliance is in good working condition.
Introduction of the fuel injection system has helped reduce exhaust gases by complete combustion of fuel.
25-litre powerplants both belong to Hyundai's popular 'Kappa' engine family and introduce a number of innovative features that reduce friction and vibration, promoting more complete combustion and increase durability.
Practically, more air than theoretically required must be supplied for the purpose of complete combustion [Farthing 2002].
2), providing complete combustion of volatile compounds (Fig.
The result is precise air-flow management and more complete combustion, eliminating the need for a DPF.
Charbonneau said the new stoves offer a choice between catalytic and non-catalytic models to achieve a more complete combustion.
Compared to traditional openfire cooking, clean cookstoves transfer heat to the pot more efficiently, offer more complete combustion, burn less wood and feature chimneys that prevent smoke from venting into the user's kitchen.
to guarantee complete combustion of coke residue in the fluidized bed and to avoid the ash sintering process in the gasifier on the other hand [9, 10].
Nano-Jet's proprietary design breaks down the molecular clusters which naturally exist in the fuel into single molecules and polarizes those molecules to enable a more complete combustion of the fuel/air mix.
The compact char residue can restrain combustible gases, so the released flammable gases can complete combustion, which leads to the little carbon monoxide production rate.
The droplets provide a larger surface area than the liquid itself, thus, reducing the liquid vaporization time, which results in better mixing and increases the time available for complete combustion in liquid fueled combustion systems (Lefevbvre [1]).

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