Special Issue Article
A Review of Literature on Flame Intensity of Pulverized Coal Combustion
|Syed Mujtaba Umair, P.T. Borlepwar.
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The combustion efficiency is the calculation of how effectively the combustion process takes place. To achieve highest level of combustion efficiency complete combustion should take place. Complete combustion takes place when all the energy in fuel is extracted and none of the hydrogen and carbon compound is left. Completecombustion will occur when proper amount of fuel and air are mixed for correct amount of time under the appropriate condition of turbulence and temperature. Flame intensity is the direct indication of completeness or incompleteness of combustion. Stability of flame intensity is of upmost requirement for safe and efficient working of pulverized coal thermal power plant. Authors present the review of literature available on said subject.