Pollutants from Combustion [electronic resource] : Formation and Impact on Atmospheric Chemistry / edited by Christian Vovelle
- Additional Titles:
- Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, held in Maratea, Italy, 13-26 September 1998
- Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2000.
- 1st ed. 2000.
- Physical Description:
- X, 338 pages 22 illustrations : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Vovelle, Christian and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Nato Science Series C:, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, 1389-2185 ; 547
- Sources of pollutants -- Chemistry of combustion processes -- Combustion mechanisms - Solid Phase Structural Changes and Heterogeneous Reactions -- Influence of physical phenomena on the formation of pollutants in combustion -- General descripton of atmospheric chemistry -- Stratospheric chemistry and the effect of pollutants on ozone -- Gas-phase reaction mechanisms for nitrogen oxide formation and removal in combustion -- NOx chemistry and emissions - I Heterogeneous reactions (NO + NO2) -- NOx chemistry and emissions - II Heterogeneous reactions (N2O) -- Formation of aromatics in combustion systems -- Soot formation and oxidation -- VOC: Volatile organic compounds Formation and Emission -- Sulphur chemistry in combustion I Sulphur in fuels and combustion chemistry -- Sulphur chemistry in combustion II Flue gas desulphurization -- Combustion of chlorinated hydrocarbons.
- This volume is based on the lectures presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute: (ASI) «Pollutants Formation from Combustion. Formation Mechanisms and Impact on th th Atmospheric Chemistry» held in Maratea, Italy, from 13 to 26 september 1998. Preservation of the environment is of increasing concern in individual countries but also at continental or world scales. The structure of a NATO ASI which involve lecturers and participants of different nationalities was thought as especially well suited to address environmental issues. As combustion is known to substantially contribute to the damaging of the atmosphere, it was natural to concentrate the ASI program on reviewing the currently available knowledge of the formation mechanisms of the main pollutants liberated by combustion systems. In most situations, pollutants are present as trace components and their formation and removal is strongly conditioned by the chemical reactions initiated by fuel consumption. Therefore specific lectures were aimed at defining precisely the general properties of combustion chemistry for gaseous, liquid and solid fuels. Physical factors can strongly affect the combustion chemistry and their influence was also considered. An interesting peculiarity of this specific ASI was to complement the program with a substantial part concerned with the impact of the main combustion pollutants: NOx, aromatics, soot, VOCs, sulphur and chlorinated compounds, on atmospheric chemistry.
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