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Electric field control of NOx formation in the flame channel flows


Zake M., Turlajs D. and Purmals M.


The present studies aimed to obtain clean fuel combustion and get detailed information about the processes that determine the electric field effect on NOx formation in flame channel flows. The experimental studies demonstrate that the interaction between the radial electric field and the flame...

electric field heat/mass transfer +2 more

Application and Verification of a three-dimensional Hydrodynamic Model to Hamilton Harbour, Canada


Tsanis I.K. and Jian Wu


A multi-layered three-dimensional hydrodynamic model has been developed to provide flow fields and water level changes in Hamilton Harbour. The field data collected in Hamilton Harbour during 1990 & 1991 field seasons was used for model verification. The simulated currents were compared with current...

Hydrodynamic Model Trajectory Model +2 more

Natural restoration of radiopolluted ecosystems and impact on human health


Arapis G. D.


The vertical migration velocity of radionuclides and the ability of soils components to immobilise them, as the most important parameters of natural-restoration, was studied. The Dose Equivalent Rate (DER) reduction of external ã-radiation was studied in order to assess its impact on human health...

Radionuclides radioactive pollution +3 more

Decomposition analysis of CO2 Emissions from the Greek Manufacturing Sector


Mavrotas G., Pavlidou S., Hondou V. and Diakoulaki D.


The aim of this paper is to identify the factors that have influenced changes in the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from the Greek manufacturing sector as a whole and from three representative subsectors. By means of an algebraic decomposition method the changes recorded during the period...

CO2 Emissions Greenhouse effect +2 more

Atmospheric flow and dispersion through arrays of obstacles


Mavroidis I.


Field experiments have been conducted to investigate flow and dispersion through obstacle arrays. Model obstacles which represent real structures at a nominal scale between 1/10 and 1/20 were used. The main purpose of the experiments was to examine flow and dispersion of contaminants in the vicinity...

buildings plan area density +3 more