Fuels Refractory and Furnaces

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Conventional and newer sources of energy, Characterization of fuels: Analysis and calorific value with problems, Principles of conversion of fuels: Carbonization, Gasification and Hydrogenation, Principles of fuel combustion and Numerical problems.
Classification of refractories and their service properties, Manufacture of common refractory like silica, alumina, fireclay, dolomite, magnesite.
Types of furnaces and their role in high temperature applications, Fluid flow in furnaces: macroscopic energy balance and its application to Design of chimney and flow measuring devices
Heat transfer in furnaces: Conduction, convection and radiation with suitable examples to design refractory lining, and heating of load through flame and convection.
Flame temperature and heat utilization; concept of available heat and fuel consumption, Principles of waste heat recovery and design of heat exchangers and burners, Heat balance diagrams with illustrations, Fuel economy in industrial furnaces, Oxygen addition to combustion process, Energy efficient operation of furnaces with illustrations, Instrumentation and control in furnaces Concept of carbon credit (carbon-offset) and its relation with energy efficiency.

Course Curriculum

Energy Resources and Environment Details 50:52
Characterization of Fuels: Concepts Details 55:41
Characterization of Fuels: Concepts Details 54:9
Production of Secondary Fuels : Carbonization Details 53:5
Materials Balance in Coke-making Details 40:51
Heat Balance and Clean Development Mechanism Details 53:30
Production of Secondary Fuels: Gasification Details 54:6
Materials and Heat Balance in Gasification Details 50:3
Principles of combustion: Concepts and illustrations Details 52:34
Principles of combustion: Concepts and illustrations Details 0:51
Materials balance in combustion Details 52:14
Principles of Combustion: Flame Temperature Details 47:21
Flame Temperature Calculations Details 48:37
Refractory in Furnaces Details 54:51
Refractory in Furnaces Details 53:42
Furnace: Types and Classification Details 55:12
Heat Utilization in furnaces, energy flow diagrams Details 56:33
Heat Utilization in furnaces, energy flow diagrams Details 52:16
Heat Utilization in Furnaces: Heat Recovery Concepts and Illustrations Details 50:18
Heat Utilization in Furnaces: Heat Recovery Concepts and Illustrations Details 0:52
Transport Phenomena in Furnaces: Fluid Flow Details 54:56
Macroscopic Energy Balance: Concepts Details 53:21
Macroscopic Energy Balance:Applications to Design Head Meters, Stack and Blowers Details 0:56
Macroscopic Energy Balance: Applications to Design Head Meters, Stack and Blowers Details 55:37
Macroscopic Energy Balance:Applications to Design Head Meters, Stack and Blowers Details 58:56
Macroscopic Energy Balance: Applications to Design Head Meters, Stack and Blowers Details 56:20
Principles of Burner Design Details 51:43
Transport Phenomena in Furnaces: Heat Transfer and Refractory Design Details 52:44
Transport Phenomena in Furnaces: Heat Transfer and Refractory Design Details 54:56
Transport Phenomena in Furnaces:Convection and Radiation Heat Transfer Details 48:28
Transport Phenomena in Furnaces: Convection and Radiation Heat Transfer Details 54:9
Steady Heat flows in Furnace and Heat Exchanger Details 49:40
Exercises on Heat Flow in Furnaces and Heat Exchangers Details 52:55
Exercises on Heat Flow in Furnaces and Heat Exchangers Details 51:20
Miscellaneous Topics: Atmosphere in Furnaces Details 53:5
Miscellaneous Topics: Pyrometry Details 53:45
Miscellaneous Topics: Pyrometry Details 52:42
Miscellaneous topics: Electric Resistance Heating Details 55:38
Furnace efficiency, Fuel Saving, Carbon Offset: Concepts and Exercises Details 53:33
Furnace efficiency, Fuel Saving, Carbon Offset: Concepts and Exercises Details 52:58

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