theoretical air

theoretical air

[‚thē·ə′red·ə·kəl ′er]
(engineering)
The amount of air that is theoretically required for complete combustion.
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The theoretical air flow rate can be calculated with equation (3).
The thick black line to the right represents the environmental lapse rate (ELR); the thick black line to the left represents dew point and the thin black line to right of ELR is the Theoretical Air Parcel Plot (TAPP).
Some took a gander at it as a theoretical air pocket, yet there's no denying the way that if a speculator purchased a real estate parcel and sold it only six months after the fact, they could without much of a stretch have earned an arrival of around 30-40%, perhaps more.
Knowing the recommended kerosene mass flow rate, the theoretical air quantity necessary for the combustion process and the air/oxidant excess, the air/oxidant mass flow rate and the fuel mass flow rate can be calculated for each case, in order to be further used as input data in numerical simulations of the combustion process.

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