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Mathematical modeling of thermal processing of individual solid-fuel particles

  • V. P. Patskov
  • A. N. Dudnik
  • A. A. Anishchenko
  • G. F. Kuznetsov
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Abstract

A mathematical model, an algorithm, and a program for calculating the thermal processing of individual solid-fuel particles are developed with account for moisture evaporation, escape of volatiles, and burn-out of the carbon residue. Numerical calculations of the influence of regime conditions on the gasification-combustion of individual particles of Chelyabinsk brown coal are performed. A comparison with experiment is made.

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Evaporation Mathematical Model Statistical Physic Numerical Calculation Regime Condition 
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  • V. P. Patskov
  • A. N. Dudnik
  • A. A. Anishchenko
  • G. F. Kuznetsov

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