Which priority area of science and technology does it correspond to: Energy and energy efficiency. Energy efficient technologies in transport
Perspective of further implementation: will be continued as applied;
Research level: no analogues in Ukraine;
Availability of a patent: available.
Brief description, advantages, further prospects for application.
The theoretical foundations of turbulent combustion processes in low-emission dual-fuel combustion chambers of gas turbine engines have been substantiated and developed, and a mathematical model has been developed that describes the physicochemical processes of turbulent combustion in low-emission dual-fuel combustion chambers of gas turbine engines.
A mathematical model has been developed for the impact of low-temperature air plasma on the processes of activation of the combustion of air-fuel mixtures when using liquid and gaseous fuels.
For the first time in world practice, the theoretical foundations of a method for increasing the efficiency of dual-fuel gas turbine combustion chambers due to plasma support were developed. The developed three-dimensional mathematical model of the working process in a low-emission dual-fuel combustion chamber, taking into account the impact of low-temperature air plasma, is able to predict the energy and emission characteristics of the most modern gas turbine engines. On its basis, at the next stages of the GDR, the geometric and operating parameters of the latest combustion chambers of gas turbine engines of various capacities and purposes will be optimized. This will lead to an impetus for the development of efficient plasma devices for activating the combustion of fuels and power plants based on a new generation of gas turbine engines.
The implementation of the recommendations obtained during the implementation of the GDR into the practice of designing gas turbine engines will improve the environmental performance of domestically produced low-emission dual-fuel gas turbine combustion chambers to the requirements of the Directive of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, and will dramatically reduce the cost and duration of development work. for the complex and rapid energy supply of the objects of the coastal zone of the south of Ukraine, the basing of the Ukrainian Navy and the maritime guard of the State Border Service.