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ppt of fuel and combustion
GROUP FOUR OF DIPLOMA CIVIL “A”
Presentation On Fuel & Combustion
Submitted By Submitted To
Group4 Mr Tarang Agarwal Sir
Diploma Civil A
Mohit kr Rajput-DCE2013048
• Non-renewable Conventional Sources
• In Mechanical, Electrical & Chemical operations.
Characteristics of Good Fuels:
• High Calorific Values
• Moderate Ignition Temperature
• Low Moisture Content
• Low Ash Content
• Moderate Velocity of Combustion
• Should not produce harmful products
• Low Cost
• Easy Storage & Transportation
• Easily Controllable
• Natural or Primary Fuels
coal is the most common solid fuel.it is generally
dark brown/black.sedimentary rock which is derived
from unoxidised remain of animal and plants
TYPES OF COAL
Advantages & Disadvantages Of Solid Fuels:
(a) They are easy to transport.
(b) They are convenient to store without any risk of
(c) Their cost of production is low.
(d) They posses moderate ignition temperature
(a) Their ash content is high.
(b) Their large proportion of heat is wasted.
(c) They burn with clinker formation.
(d) Their combustion operation cannot be controlled easily.
(e) Their cost of handling is high.
fuels that are in liquid form are called liquid fuels.
These are generally obtained from petroleum & its by
product.these liquid fuel are a complex mixture of
hydrocarbon that are obtain from refining the crude
some of the liquid fuel are:
The advantages and disadvantages of liquid fuels are:
(a)They posses higher calorific value per unit mass than solid fuels.
(b) They burn without dust, ash, clinkers, etc.
(c)They are easy to transport through pipes.
(d) They can be stored indefinitely without any loss
(a) The cost of liquid fuel is relatively much higher as compared to solid fuel.
(b) Costly special storage tanks are required for storing liquid fuels.
(c) There is a greater risk of five hazards, particularly, in case of highly
inflammable and volatile liquid fuels.
(d) They give bad odour
These are the fuel that are in gaseuos phase.gaseous fuel
are also hydrocarbon
Which are derived from petrolium reserve.most common
gaseous fuel is natural gas(methye is the main component)
gaseous fuel may also be produce
Artificially from burning solid fuel(coal & water)
Some of the gaseous fuels produce artificially:
The advantages and disadvantages of gaseous fuels
(a) They are clean in use.
(b) They do not require any special burner.
(c) They burn without any shoot, or smoke and ashes.
(d) They are free from impurities found in solid and liquid fuels.
(a) Very large storage tanks are needed.
(b) They are highly inflammable, so chances of fire hazards in
their use is high.
Combustion is defined as the process of burning of a
substance in the presence of air or oxygen with the liberation
of light and heat.
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Substances that burn in air to produce light and
heat are called combustible substances
Eg- Paper , Wood , Kerosene , LPG .
Substances that do not burn in air to produce light and heat are called
Eg-Water , Sand , Glass , Cement .
• Calorific Value of fuel is the total quantity of heat
liberated by complete combustion of a unit mass
(or volume) of the fuel.
Higher Calorific Values:
• It is the total amount of heat liberated, when unit
mass / volume of the fuel is burnt completely and
the products of combustion have been cooled to
room temperature (i.e. 15oC).
Lower Calorific Values:
• It is the net amount of heat liberated, when unit
mass / volume of the fuel is burnt completely and
the products of combustion are allowed to escape.
THANKING YOU SIR FOR GIVING A GLORIOUS CHANCE TO
THIS PRESENTATION AT THE FRONT OF CLASS
WE ARE VERY THANKFUL
Mr.Tarang Agarwal Sir