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Scientists are working on the technology of burning gas for the future energy industry - FEFU - EastRussia | Far East






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Scientists are working on the technology of burning gas for the energy future - FEFU

The gas combustion technology based on microcore is being developed by FEFU scientists in collaboration with their Russian and Japanese colleagues, the university’s press service reported on Monday. It is proposed to use microchannel radiation burners that are more efficient and environmentally friendly than devices with a traditional open flame.

“Microchannel matrix burners convert into infrared radiation up to 70% of the heat from gas combustion, which can significantly reduce the size of energy devices. The new burners do not have an open flame, are safe to use, allow you to adjust power over a wide range and burn very lean gas mixtures. Ecological norms correspond to the highest standards ”, - the commentary of the project manager, head of the International Laboratory of Combustion and Energy (International Combustion & Energy Lab, IC & E lab) of the FEFU Engineering School Sergey Minaev is given in the message. Reportedly, microchannel radiation burners are a new generation of devices for small energy and industry. Their main difference is that gas combustion occurs inside a porous microchannel matrix, and not in a volume chamber, which allows efficient control of combustion and provides an economical and environmentally friendly production of heat energy. According to the scientist, they will halve the cost of individual production. In addition, such devices are very promising for the Far North, where small power plants up to 10 mW are needed. However, the burner used in everyday life.

The technology was the result of 20-year cooperation of Russian and Japanese scientists. The project is a research consortium, which includes the Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow), Tomsk and Novosibirsk State Universities, the Laboratory of Energy Dynamics of the Tohoku University Flow Institute with the participation of FEFU Honorary Professor Kaoru Maruta. The technology is at the stage of fundamental and applied research. A group of scientists received a grant from the Federal Targeted Program “Research and Development in the Priority Directions of the Development of the Scientific and Technological Complex of Russia for the 2014-2020 Years”.