In 2012 SINTEF’s Dr. Stefan Andersson did a study of the kinetics of NOx formation in an electric arc for N2 Applied. Now – in April/May 2013 –
N2 Applied has asked Dr. Andersson to include additional interesting reactions – not included in the kinetics model of the previous report.
The objective of the project is to devise a set of kinetic parameters to be used in simulations.
Dr. Stefan Andersson will need 4 weeks to complete the study.
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