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Glassman I., Yetter R.A. Combustion

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Glassman I., Yetter R.A. Combustion
4th Edition. — Elsevier Inc., 2008. — 773 p. — ISBN 978-0-12-088573-2.
When approached by the publisher Elsevier to consider writing a 4th Edition of Combustion, we considered the challenge was to produce a book that would extend the worthiness of the previous editions. Since the previous editions served as a basis of understanding of the combustion field, and as a text to be used in many class courses, we realized that, although the fundamentals do not change, there were three factors worthy of consideration: to add and extend all chapters so that the fundamentals could be clearly seen to provide the background for helping solve challenging combustion problems; to enlarge the Appendix section to provide even more convenient data tables and computational programs; and to enlarge the number of typical problem sets. More important is the attempt to have these three factors interact so that there is a deeper understanding of the fundamentals and applications of each chapter. Whether this concept has been successful is up to the judgment of the reader. Some partial examples of this approach in each chapter are given by what follows.

Chemical Thermodynamics and Flame Temperatures, is now shown to be important in understanding scramjets.
Chemical Kinetics, now explains how sensitivity analyses permit easier understanding in the analysis of complex reaction mechanisms that endeavor to explain environmental problems. There are additions and changes in
Explosive and General Oxidative Characteristics of Fuels, such as consideration of wet CO combustion analysis, the development procedure of reaction sensitivity analysis and the effect of supercritical conditions. Similarly the presentation in
Flame Phenomena in Premixed Combustible Gases, now considers flame propagation of stratified fuel–air mixtures and flame spread over liquid fuel spills. A point relevant to detonation engines has been inserted in
Diffusion Flames, more carefully analyzes the differences between momentum and buoyant fuel jets. Ignition by pyrophoric materials, catalysts, and hypergolic fuels is now described in
The soot section in
Environmental Combustion Considerations, has been completely changed and also points out that most opposed jet diffusion flame experiments must be carefully analyzed since there is a difference between the temperature fields in opposed jet diffusion flames and simple fuel jets. Lastly,
Combustion of Nonvolatile Fuels, has a completely new approach to carbon combustion.
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