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May 1, 2011

Burner Design for Fuel Flexibility and Efficiency

Design of today’s industrial combustion burners must allow operation with multiple fuels while keeping emissions low

David Littlejohn, Robert Cheng, Peter Therkelsen, Kenneth Smith and Sy Ali Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

The future of combustion in the chemical process industries will be characterized by an increasingly diverse fuel supply and a greater need to reduce pollutants and carbon dioxide emissions. To take full advantage of alternative fuels, engineers are exploring a number of approaches aimed at cutting carbon dioxide emissions, improving fuel flexibility and increasing efficiency for combustion systems....

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