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Laws of Heat Radiation from Surfaces and Gas Volumes

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It is proven that the law of radiation from solid bodies, Stefan-Boltzmann law shall not be used to calculate heat radiation from gas volumes which are formed in fuel flaring. The determining influence on heat fluxes density of the torch to the heating surfaces has not only a temperature, but power, dimensions, geometrical position of radiative gas volumes. The laws of radiation from gas volumes disclosed in 2001 and the method for calculating heating fluxes from gas volumes, developed on its basis, which takes into account the radiation from full set of particles in gas volume are stated. The torch model in the form of radiative gas volume is used to calculate heat transfer in torch heating furnaces, steam boiler boxes, turbogas unit combustors. The disclosure has enabled us to create new furnaces, fire boxes, combustion chambers, enhance unit performance, and decrease fuel rate, pollutant emissions.

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Makarov, A. (2015) Laws of Heat Radiation from Surfaces and Gas Volumes. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 3, 260-270. doi: 10.4236/wjet.2015.34027.

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