Development of a low-emission bifuel combustion chamber

Abstract


The paper presents the experience gained by the “Saturn” science-and-production association in producing a bifuel combustion chamber for the E70/8RD engine. The data on the modernization of the combustion chamber based on the RQQL (rich /quick quench/poor combustion) technology that made it possible to reduce significantly the emissions of NOx while working on natural gas and to meet the requirements of the technical project of the engine are presented. The problem of providing the thermal state of the flame tube walls is also discussed.


About the authors

A. V. Bubentsov

Science-and-Production Association SATURN

Author for correspondence.
Email: roman.kirichenko@npo-saturn.ru

Russian Federation Design engineer

D. K. Vasiluk

NPO Saturn, Rybinsk

Email: roman.kirichenko@npo-saturn.ru

Russian Federation

Calculation and Experimental Team Leader

Design Office of Combustion Chambers and Exhaust Systems

P. A. Golubev

Science-and-Production Association SATURN

Email: roman.kirichenko@npo-saturn.ru

Russian Federation Design engineer

R. E. Kirichenko

Science-and-Production Association SATURN

Email: roman.kirichenko@npo-saturn.ru

Russian Federation Chief of the Design Office of Combustion Chambers and Exhaust Systems

V. A. Tashkinov

Science-and-Production Association SATURN

Email: roman.kirichenko@npo-saturn.ru

Russian Federation Design and Experimental Team Leader

V. B. Shoshin

Science-and-Production Association SATURN

Email: roman.kirichenko@npo-saturn.ru

Russian Federation Design engineer

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