Atomization of Liquid Fuels Part 1: Relation Between Atomization and Combustion, Methods Employed for Determining the Size of Particles and Small Drops, Choice of Experimental Method
Description: In the present treatise we will consider chiefly the problem of solid injection in comparison with air injection. On leaving the valve or nozzle through one or more small openings, the fuel is split up into innumerable fine drops, which penetrate the combustion chamber in divergent directions in the form of a conical jet. The efficiency of this jet is judged from the following three viewpoints: 1) with respect to the fineness of atomization; 2) with respect to the direction or distribution of sprayed particles; 3) with respect to the penetration of the particles.
Date: September 1925
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