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California State University, Long Beach
 

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE)

532. Combustion I (3)

  • Prerequisites: MAE 336, 431.
  • Fundamentals of combustion engineering: fuels; chemical thermodynamics and chemical kinetics; premixed and diffusion flames; ignition and extinction; Hugoniot curves; flammability and explosion limits; pollutant formation and control; applications in spark-, and charged-ignition internal combustion engines; gas-fired and oil-fired furnaces.
  • (Lecture-Problems 3 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).
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