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Plasma Fuel Nozzle as a Prospective Way to Plasma-Assisted Combustion

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5 Author(s)
Igor B. Matveev ; Applied Plasma Technologies, LLC, McLean, VA, USA ; Svetlana A. Matveeva ; Evgeniy Y. Kirchuk ; Serhiy I. Serbin
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This paper presents the results of development and experimental investigations of a plasma fuel nozzle (PFN) concept as the most prospective tool to realize plasma-assisted combustion in different heat engines. The results of plasma source selection and optimization, fuel atomizer options consideration and comparison, and influence on the combustion process parameters are reported. Experiments show that PFN is the most advanced solution for lean burn and low-Btu fuel combustors, STIG cycle turbines, flexi-fuel systems, and liquid and gaseous feedstock gasification units.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 12 )