atomizer-type burner

atomizer-type burner
In this type of burner, a highly turbulent flow at the exit of the nozzle is created so that the fuel spray disintegrates into minute droplets. The spray in a gas turbine atomizer is of the rotational, or swirl, type with a continuous supply of fuel.
Basic atomizer.

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