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  • Combustion & Flame
  • Acknowledgement Information and pictorial illustrations to create this work have been drawn from class notes, prescribed text books and various internet resources. The author gratefully acknowledges the same. Any objections to the use of internet resources may please be indicated to suddurocks@yahoo.in so that the same can be removed from the illustrations used in this file. This presentation is created with the sole intention of benefitting a large number of student community. This may not be used for any commercial purpose.
  • Contents: Combustion Ignition Temperature Inflammable Substances Controlling Fire Types of Combustion Explosion Fuel Efficiency Burning of Fuels Leads to Harmful Products
  • Combustion A chemical process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give off heat is called Combustion. The substance that undergoes combustion is said to be combustible. It is also called a Fuel. The fuel may be solid, liquid or gas. Sometimes, light is also given off during combustion, either as a flame or as a glow.
  • Ignition Temperature When the cloths of a person catch fire, the person is covered with a blanket to extinguish fire. The lowest temperature at which a substance catches fire is called its Ignition Temperature.
  • Inflammable Substances The substances which have a very low Ignition temperature and can easily catch fire with a flame are called Inflammable Substances. Example : Petrol, alcohol, Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG),…Etc.
  • Controlling Fire• When a fire bridge arrives, it pours water on the fire. Water cools the combustible material so that its temperature is brought below its Ignition Temperature.• This prevents the fire from spreading. Water vapours also surround the combustible material, helping in cutting off the supply of air.• So, the fire is extinguished.
  • • We must never use water to put out an oil fire because oil floats on water and the fire would spread more.• We must never use water to put out an Electric fire because the person spraying water can receive an electric shock.
  • Types of Combustion When we bring a burning match stick or a gas lighter near the gas stove in the kitchen and turn on the knob, the gas burns rapidly and produces heat and light. Such combustion is known as Rapid Combustion. The type of combustion in which a material suddenly bursts into flames, without the application of any apparent cause is called Spontaneous Combustion.
  • Explosion When a cracker is ignited, a sudden reaction takes place with the evolution of heat, light and sound. A large amount of gas found in the reaction is liberated. Such a reaction is called an Explosion. Explosion can also take place if pressure is applied on the cracker.
  • Fuel Efficiency► The amount of heat energy produced on a complete combustion of 1kg of a fuel is called its Calorific Value.► The value of a fuel is expressed in a unit called Kilojoules per Kg.
  • Burning of Fuels Leads to Harmful ProductsCarbon fuels like wood, coal, petroleumrelease unburnt carbon particles. Thesefine particles are dangerous pollutantscausing respiratory diseases like Asthma.Incomplete combustion of these fuelsgives carbon monoxide gas. It is a verypoisonous gas. It is dangerous to burncoal in a closed room. This gas producedcan kill persons sleeping in that room.
  • Combustion of most fuels releases carbondioxide in the environment. Increasedconcentration of carbon dioxide in the airis believed to cause Global Warming.Global warming is the raise in temperatureof the atmosphere for the earth. Thisresults, among other things, in the meltingof polar glaciers, which leads to a raise inthe sea level causing floods in the costalareas. Low lying costal areas may even bepermanently submerged in water.
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  • Thank You !!!Compiled By :Sudarshan . S . K .Mail Your Feedback And Suggestions ForImprovement To :suddurocks@yahoo.in