Computing a Flame Temperature©
Theresa Julia Zielinski
Department of Chemistry, Medical Technology, and Physics
Monmouth University
West Long Branch, NJ 07764-1898
United States
mail to: tzielins@monmouth.edu


Joseph H. Noggle (1936 - 1998)
Department of Chemistry, Medical Technology, and Physics
Monmouth University
400 Cedar Avenue
West Long Branch, NJ 07764
United States



Abstract
This Mathcad document presents the essence of computing a flame temperature when combustion is carried out in air and the adiabatic flame model is used. This document was created by J. Noggle from the University of Delaware. It is published here with his permission. The adiabatic flame model was used in a case study for physical chemistry. This can be found at How Hot is that Flame Anyway?
Keywords
Audiences: Upper-Division Undergraduate
Pedagogies: Computer-Based Learning
Domains: Physical Chemistry
Topics: Mathematics / Symbolic Mathematics, Thermodynamics
Documents
File NameDescriptionSoftware TypeSoftware Version
JNFlame1.mcd Mathcad Computational Document Mathcad
JNFlame1.pdf Read-Only Document
Comments to: Theresa Julia Zielinski at tzielins@monmouth.edu, JCE SymMath Editor
©Copyright Joseph H. Noggle, 1996. All rights reserved. You are welcome to use this document in your own classes but commercial use is not allowed without the permission of the SymMath collection curator.