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Proceedings of the Workshop on Hydrogen Processing Mixing
 and Scale-Up Problems - December 13-15, 1978.

Garbor, J. D.,  Editor

Argonne National Laboratory

Table of Contents

 

Part 1, Pages 1 150, 6.12 MB

The Immediate Goals

 

DOE Objectives The Immediate Goals

1

 

M. Zlotnick*, U. S. Department of Energy

Fuel Cell Systems

5

 

R. D. Pierce*, Argonne National Laboratory

Current Status of Fuel Cell-Fuels Processing R&D

13

 

J. E. Young*, Argonne National Laboratory        

Fuel Handling and Dispersion Chairman - R. D. Pierce

 

Chemistry of Deposit Formation in Hydrocarbon Fuels

20

 

J. W. Frankenfeld* and W. F. Taylor, Exxon Research And Engineering Company

 

Spray Evaporation and Combustion Models:  A Review

63

 

G. M. Faeth*, The Pennsylvania State University

Carbon Formation in Flames:  An Overview

104

 

H.R. Palmer*, The Pennsylvania State University

Modeling Particulate Formation for the Analysis of Fuel Rich Operation in Practical Systems

119

 

R. B. Edelman*, Science Applications, Inc.

Turbulent Mixing Chairman - S. Goren

 

Fluid Mechanical Aspects of Turbulent Mixing

134

 

M. L. Finson*, Physical Sciences, Inc.

Mixing Chemical Reactions in a Mixing Environment:  Basic Considerations

150

 

G. K. Patterson*, University of Missouri-Rolla

Part 2, Pages 151 312, 5.55 MB

 

Modeling of Chemical Reactions in a Turbulent Flow:  A Review

185

 

 

K. Varma*, Aeronautical Research Associates of Princeton, Inc.

Applications Chairman:  J. E. Young

 

Autothermal Reforming and Rockert Injector Mixing Technology

222

 

J. Houseman*, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Development of Scaling Methods for a Crude Oil Cracking Reactor Using Short Duration Test Techniques

238

 

J. D. Kearns, D. Milks, and G. R. Kamm*, Union Carbide Corporation

Smoke and Fixed Nitrogen Species in Laboratory Scale Oil Flame

262

 

W. Gerhold*, C. P. Fenimore, and P. K. Dederick, General Electric Company

Adiabatic Reforming of Distillate Fuels

270

 

J. A. S. Bett*, R. R. Lesieur, D. R. McVay, and H. J. Setzer, United Technologies Corporation, Power Systems Division

 

Thermal Generation of Hydrogen by Rich Partial Oxidation of Hydrocarbon Fuels

284

 

H. Lewis, Jr.*, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Final Discussion Chairman: M. Zlotnick

292