Friday, March 12, 2010

Fuel Factory.

Fuel is defined as material which when burned can continue the combustion process itself, along with heat expenditure. The fuel can form solids, liquids, or gases that can react with oxygen (air) in eksoterm. Eksoterm heat of reaction can be directly used for heating or often also changed first into other energy forms (typically into steam).

Significant quantities of hot fuel is low "(lower Calorific Value), which states the amount of heat that usually obtained in the combustion under normal circumstances. This quantity is expressed dalarn units kcal / kg, kJ / kg, kcal / ml or kJ / mi. The more refined measure of fuel, the faster the material is burned and the easier it is measuring and setting. In addition, the excess air required for combustion is smaller.

This means the temperature is higher. For example, use of heat from the combustion process directly is: to cook in the kitchens of households, heating installations, are examples of the use of indirect heat is: nergi heat converted into mechanical, such as the motor fuel; heat converted into electrical energy, eg the diesel power plants; power gas and steam power.
Combustion

Combustion is a rapid chemical reaction between oxygen and combustible materials, accompanied by the emergence of light and generate heat. Spontaneous combustion is the burning of where the material that oxidized perlahanlahan generated heat is not released, but used to raise the temperature of the material gradually until it reaches the temperature of the flame.

Perfect combustion is the burning of which all constituents can be burned in the fuel to form CO2, water (= H2O), and SO2 gas, so that no more material left to burn.

Kinds of Fuel
1. Fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas.
2. Nuclear fuel, such as uranium and plutonium. In the nuclear fuel, heat obtained from the chain reaction.
3. Other fuels, such as: the rest of the plants, vegetable oil, animal oil.

Fuel is defined as material which when burned can continue the combustion process itself, along with heat expenditure. The fuel can form solids, liquids, or gases that can react with oxygen (air) in eksoterm. Eksoterm heat of reaction can be directly used for heating or often also changed first into other energy forms (typically into steam).

Significant quantities of hot fuel is low "(lower Calorific Value), which states the amount of heat that usually obtained in the combustion under normal circumstances. This quantity is expressed dalarn units kcal / kg, kJ / kg, kcal / ml or kJ / mi. The more refined measure of fuel, the faster the material is burned and the easier it is measuring and setting. In addition, the excess air required for combustion is smaller.

This means the temperature is higher. For example, use of heat from the combustion process directly is: to cook in the kitchens of households, heating installations, are examples of the use of indirect heat is: nergi heat converted into mechanical, such as the motor fuel; heat converted into electrical energy, eg the diesel power plants; power gas and steam power.
Combustion

Combustion is a rapid chemical reaction between oxygen and combustible materials, accompanied by the emergence of light and generate heat. Spontaneous combustion is the burning of where the material that oxidized perlahanlahan generated heat is not released, but used to raise the temperature of the material gradually until it reaches the temperature of the flame.

Perfect combustion is the burning of which all constituents can be burned in the fuel to form CO2, water (= H2O), and SO2 gas, so that no more material left to burn.

Kinds of Fuel
1. Fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas.
2. Nuclear fuel, such as uranium and plutonium. In the nuclear fuel, heat obtained from the chain reaction.
3. Other fuels, such as: the rest of the plants, vegetable oil, animal oil.

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