Fuels and Combustion

A fuel is something that can be singed to discharge warmth and light vitality. The fundamental illustrations are coal, oil, gas and wood. Coal, oil and gas are called "petroleum products". At the end of the day, they were produced using fossils. Burning is a substance response that happens between a fuel and an oxidizing specialist that produces vitality, as a rule as heat and light. Burning is viewed as exergonic or exothermic chemical reactions it is otherwise called consuming. Burning is thought to be one of the principal concoction responses deliberately controlled by people.

  • Properties of Liquid Fuels
  • Properties of Coal
  • Properties of Gaseous Fuels
  • Properties of Agro Residues
  • Combustion
  • Control of Air and Analysis of Flue Gas

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