Flame chemistry of ammonia for low-exergy-loss combustion without CO2 emission

Presto Researcher

Hisashi Nakamura

Tohoku University Institute of Fluid Science
Associate Professor

Research Outline

A reaction mechanism of an ammonia flame in the low-to-intermediate temperature region (app. 600-1200 K) is validated and developed by using original methodology “a micro flow reactor with a controlled temperature profile”. Fundamental knowledge on flame chemistry of ammonia, which is necessary to design and develop a low-exergy-loss combustor without CO2 emission, is investigated.

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