Finite element analysis of radiant heating systems based on gas-fired infrared heat emitters

Anton N. Ermolaev, Sergey A. Khaustov

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Abstract

The article presents a finite element model for simulating a gas-fired IR radiation system. Simulation of gaseous combustion and discrete ordinates radiation model were used to solve a number of heat-Transfer problems in ventilated rooms with radiant heating. We used Ansys Multiphysics software and Fluent CFD solver for implementing finite element analysis. To solve differential equations of heating and gas dynamics, the following boundary conditions were considered. Dry methane was used as the fuel and air with 21% of oxygen, as oxidizer. Fuel consumption was 0.5 m3/hour; the gas pressure before the nozzle was 1270 Pa. The air-fuel ratio was 9.996.

Original languageEnglish
Article number01024
JournalMATEC Web of Conferences
Volume110
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Jun 2017

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Radiant heating
Gases
Infrared radiation
Finite element method
Gas dynamics
Methane
Air
Fuel consumption
Nozzles
Computational fluid dynamics
Differential equations
Boundary conditions
Oxygen
Heat transfer
Radiation
Heating
Hot Temperature

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  • Chemistry(all)
  • Engineering(all)
  • Materials Science(all)

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Finite element analysis of radiant heating systems based on gas-fired infrared heat emitters. / Ermolaev, Anton N.; Khaustov, Sergey A.

In: MATEC Web of Conferences, Vol. 110, 01024, 19.06.2017.

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