1967-02-01

Gas Turbine Combustion of Ammonia 670938

A theoretical and experimental study was undertaken to establish whether or not parametric correlations could be satisfactorily applied to combustion of ammonia in gas turbine combustors. It was found that a usual parameter of the form I (Re)0.7 was satisfactory for establishing blowout limits in modeling. However, the attainable values of chemical loading I were at least an order of magnitude less than those attainable with hydrocarbon fuels.

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