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Glossary of Combustion by Maximilian Lackner

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Glossary of Combustion
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740306378
Number of pages: 288

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In this glossary, more than 2,500 terms from combustion and related fields are described. Relevant expressions were selected, ranging from laboratory applications to large-scale boilers, from experimental research such as spectroscopy to computer simulations, and from fundamentals to novel developments such as CO2 sequestration and polygeneration.

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