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CONTROLLED-MIXING HISTORY REACTOR [1 record]

Record 1 2006-05-15

English

Subject field(s)
  • Ovens, Furnaces and Boilers (Heating)
  • Coal-Derived Fuels
CONT

The controlled mixing history reactor (CMHR) is used to study the thermal destruction of surrogate solid wastes at high temperatures and under controlled environment . ... The CMHR is a plasma-operated drop-tube furnace capable of termperatures up to 2,500 ºK.

CONT

To understand better the mechanisms involved in the ignition, devolatilization and char burnout regimes of turbulent coal diffusion flames, CANMET has designed and built a controlled-mixing history reactor (CMHR) which is presently being commissioned.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Fours et chaudières (Chauffage)
  • Combustibles dérivés des charbons
CONT

Pour mieux comprendre les mécanismes d'inflammation, de dévolatilisation et de combustion du coke résiduel associés à des flammes turbulentes de diffusion, le CANMET a conçu et construit un réacteur d'étude à mélange contrôlé qui est actuellement mis en service.

Spanish

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