Special Issue "Cleaner Combustion"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2019)
The Special Issue in Energies on “Cleaner Combustion” focuses on how the combination of fuel treatment, effective energy extraction, and emission mitigation in combustion can be optimized to reduce the environmental impact that threatens living systems because humans rely heavily on energy for basic necessities and economic development. We refer to “cleaner combustion” as an explicit acknowledgment that any improvements in this critical technology can have a significant global impact because of the ubiquitous nature of combustion. A growing population and growing standards of living have produced explosive growth in energy demand, and the environmental upset has started feeding back. This Special Issue includes a spectrum of research on cleaner combustion that helps balance our needs for energy with cognizant respect for the environment.
The goal of this collection is to identify the challenges and improvements of existing energy generation strategies in combustion, as well as reaching various pathways that resolve combustion emissions. The topics range from combustion and flame research that directly or indirectly impact the optimization of combustion processes using conventional carbon-based or hydrocarbon fuels, to options leading to a cleaner combustion outcome by using alternative fuels, biofuels, or low carbon fuels, or including new methods to process exhausted gases.
Prof. Dr. Derek Dunn-Rankin
Dr. Yu-Chien Chien
Manuscript Submission Information
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- cleaner combustion
- low NOx
- low carbon fuel
- alternative fuel
- exhaust gas cleanup
- emission control
- MILD combustion
- highly preheated combustion
- chemical looping