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Emissions from Continuous Combustion Systems

Proceedings of the Symposium on Emissions from Continuous Combustion Systems held at the General Motors Research Laboratories Warren, Michigan September 27–28, 1971

  • Walter Cornelius
  • William G. Agnew

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Modeling Continuous Combustion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. R. B. Edelman, O. Fortune, G. Weilerstein
      Pages 55-90
    3. J. P. Longwell
      Pages 91-105
    4. J. P. Longwell
      Pages 106-106
  3. Pollutant Formation and Destruction Processes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 107-107
    2. A. D. Tuteja, H. K. Newhall
      Pages 109-121
    3. G. C. Williams, A. F. Sarofim, N. Lambert
      Pages 141-160
    4. N. J. Friswell
      Pages 161-182
    5. E. B. Zwick
      Pages 183-184
    6. G. C. Williams
      Pages 185-185
  4. Effects of Operating Conditions and Fuel Factors

  5. Powerplant Emissions

  6. Symposium Summary

    1. W. G. Agnew
      Pages 461-465
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 467-479

About this book

Introduction

This volume documents the proceedings of the Symposium on Emissions from Continuous Combustion Systems that was held at the General Motors Research Laboratories, Warren, Michigan on September 27 and 28, 1971. This symposium was the fifteenth in an annual series presented by the Research Laboratories. Each symposium has covered a different technical discipline. To be selected as the theme of a symposium, the subject must be timely and of vital interest to General Motors as well as to the technical community at large. For each symposium, the practice is to solicit papers at the forefront of research from recognized authorities in the technical discipline of interest. Approximately sixty scientists and engineers from academic, government and industrial circles in this country and abroad are then invited to join about an equal number of General Motors technical personnel to discuss freely the commissioned papers. The technical portion of the meeting is supplemented by social functions at which ample time is afforded for informal exchanges of ideas amongst the participants. By such a direct interaction of a small and select group of informed participants, it is hoped to extend the boundaries of research in the selected technical field.

Keywords

combustion emission emissions engine research

Editors and affiliations

  • Walter Cornelius
    • 1
  • William G. Agnew
    • 1
  1. 1.General Motors Research LaboratoriesUSA

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