3 edition of Inflammability of Ether-Oxygen-Helium Mixtures found in the catalog.
Inflammability of Ether-Oxygen-Helium Mixtures
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 3589|
|Contributions||Jones, G.W., Kennedy, R.E., Thomas, G.J.|
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Lean limit flames in methane/hydrogen/air mixtures propagating in tubes of internal diameters (ID) of , , , , , , and mm have been experimentally studied. The flames propagated upward from the open bottom end of the tube to the closed upper end. The content of hydrogen in the fuel gas has been varied in the range Combustion, Flames, and Explosions of Gases, Second Edition focuses on the processes, methodologies, and reactions involved in combustion phenomena. The publication first offers information on theoretical foundations, reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, and reaction between carbon monoxide and oxygen. Discussions focus on the fundamentals of reaction kinetics, elementary and .
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Gan Cui, Zili Li, Chao Yang, Zhen Zhou, Jianle Li, Experimental Study of Minimum Ignition Energy of Methane–Air Mixtures at Low Temperatures and Elevated Pressures, Energy & Fuels, /fuels.6b, 30, 8, (), ().Cited by: Investigations on the Inflammability Ranges of Methane-Air and Butane-Air Mixtures Ignited by Electric Sparks G1S~LE DALMAI A tentative explanation of the two-lobed shape o/ the inflammability ranges of a number o] hydrocarbons is given in terms o] the [ollowing sets o/ phenomena: (I) The apex lying between the two lobes is conditioned by flame quenching mainly caused by vibrations o[ the Cited by: 3.
TItlRD SYMPOSIUM ON COMBUSTION~ FLAME AND EXPLOSION PHENOMENA 24 THE INFLAMMABILITY OF MIXTURES OF CYANOGEN AND AIR; THE INFLUENCE OF HUMIDITY By P. LAFFITTE~ arid G. PANNETIER2 To date the determination of the limits of in- flarnmability for mixtures of cyanogen and air has only been treated briefly (l), particularly in connection with the effect of Cited by: 3.
Inflammability of ether-oxygen-helium mixtures: their application in anesthesia / By G. (George William) Jones, G. Thomas and b. (Robert E) Kennedy. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics. The upper limits of inflammability of hydrogen–air and hydrogen–nitrous oxide mixtures S.
Smith and J. Linnett, J. Chem. Soc.,37 DOI: /JR LIV.—The effect of pressure on the limits of inflammability of mixtures of the paraffin hydrocarbons with air William Payman and Richard Vernon Wheeler Abstract. Table 2.
Limits of Inflammability of Gases and Vapors with Oxygen Limits of Inflammability in Air Diluted with Various Inert Gases Table 3. Maximum safe Percentage of Oxygen in Mixtures of Combustibles with Air and C02 or N2 (room temperature and 1 atmosphere pressure) Lower Limits of Inflammability of Solvent Mixtures with Air Table 4.
The behavior of carbon monoxide + air inflammability limits is therefore analogous to the second chain branch- ing explosion limit while the behavior of hydrogen and of hydrocarbon + air upper limits is analo- gous to that of thermal explosion limits (or of the third chain branching explosion limit of hydro- gen + oxygen mixtures).
Continue to access RSC content when you are not at your institution. Follow our step-by-step guide. This method requires detailed knowledge of the flammability region as a function of the fuel, oxygen, and nitrogen concentrations. A triangular flammability diagram is the most useful tool to display the flammability region, and to determine if a flammable mixture is.
Article Views are the COUNTER-compliant sum of full text article downloads since November (both PDF and HTML) across all institutions and individuals. The Limits of Inflammability of Mixtures of Methane and Air (Classic Reprint) [G.
Burrell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from The Limits of Inflammability of Mixtures of Methane and Air This paper, one of a series dealing with the causes of mine explosions. Journals & Books; Help 45 85 72 80 78 79 39 78 80 60 represents the limiting ratio of nitrogen/air for non-inflammability; a mixture containing a greater nitrogen/air ratio when mixed in any proportion with hydrogen will not propagate flame.
The two binary mixtures represented by the points B and D are. The range of inflammability was found to be greatest in mixtures containing no air, being 29% of ammonia for upward propagation, 56% for horizontal propagation and 60% for.
The limits of inflammability of hydrogen cyanide – air mixtures at room temperature and approximately 1 atm. pressure, have been determined to be and volume % of hydrogen cyanide. The effect of the addition of cyanogen chloride, phosgene, chloroform, hexane, heptane, and methyl chloroformate upon these limits has been investigated.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burrell, G.A. (George Arthur), b. Limits of inflammability of mixtures of methane and air. Washington, Govt. Print. Explosions of ether-air or ether-oxygen mixtures have occurred from time to time in operating theatres, some of them with fatal results.
Those having an electrical origin might oftenhave been prevented had the conditions of electrical ignition of such mixtures been known. The proportions of ether and oxygen and air within which ignition is possible vary with the type ofsource.
Get this from a library. Inflammability of mixed gases: mixtures of methane, ethane, hydrogen, and nitrogen. [G W Jones; R E Kennedy; United States. Bureau of Mines.]. L.M. Das, in Compendium of Hydrogen Energy, Performance characteristics of a hydrogen engine.
The lower flammability limit of hydrogen is about 4% by volume and the upper limit is about 75% by volume. This property of hydrogen is best suited for.
Thornton WM. The limits of inflammability of gaseous mixtures. Philosophical Magazine. ; – White AG. Limits for the propagation of flame in inflammable gas-air mixtures: III.
The effect of temperature on the limits. Journal of the Chemical Society. ; – Zabetakis MG. Flammability characteristics of combustible. H.F. Coward, C.W. Carpenter, and W. Payman, “The Dilution Limits of Inflammability of Gaseous Mixtures. Part III. The Lower Limits of Some Mixed Inflammable Gases with Air.
Part IV. The Upper Limits of Some Gases, Singly and Mixed, in Air,” Journal of the Chemical Society,pp. 27–36 (). CrossRef Google Scholar.Mixtures of dispersed combustible materials (such as gaseous or vaporised fuels, and some dusts) and oxygen in the air will burn only if the fuel concentration lies within well-defined lower and upper bounds determined experimentally, referred to as flammability limits or explosive tion can range in violence from deflagration through detonation.(b) A mixture containing two compounds must be heterogeneous.
(c) A heterogeneous mixture must contain atleast three elements. (d) A homogeneous mixture must be uniform. Ans: (d) A homogeneous mixture must be uniform. The mixture which has a uniform composition throughout, is known as homogeneous mixture. If we heat iodine, then it is a.