volume 156, issue 6, P1303-1315 2009
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2009.01.021
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Abstract: Flow reactor experiment and chemical kinetic modeling were carried out to evaluate the influences of oxygen concentration on NO reduction and N 2 O formation during thermal deNOx process for temperatures of 1073-1473 K. Increasing oxygen concentration in the reactant gas from 0.3 to 9.3% not only reduces the NO reduction potential and N 2 O emission, but also lowers and widens the "temperature window" for NO conversion and N 2 O formation. Trace amount of impurity O 2 leads to the lowest NO emission at a high…

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