Daniel Bäckström

Gästforskare at Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Energy Technology

Daniel Bäckström is working with radiative heat transfer in combustion applications. The overall aim with the work is to characterize the radiative heat transfer in combustion, with a special emphasis on the contribution from particle radiation. The work is mainly experimentally based but also includes detailed radiation modelling. Daniel has been teaching in the courses Heat and Power Systems Engineering and Thermodynamics.

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Showing 14 publications

2019

In-situ soot characterization of propane flames and influence of additives in a 100 kW oxy-fuel furnace using two-dimensional laser-induced incandescence

J. Simonsson, Adrian Gunnarsson, M. Naduvil Mannazhi et al
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. Vol. 37 (1), p. 833-840
Journal article
2018

Soot Formation and Radiative Heat Transfer in Oxy-Fuel and Oxygen-Enhanced Propane Flames

Adrian Gunnarsson, Johan Simonsson, Daniel Bäckström et al
Conference contribution
2018

Radiative Heat Transfer Modeling and in Situ Diagnostics of Soot in an 80 kWth Propane Flame with Varying Feed-Gas Oxygen Concentration

Adrian Gunnarsson, Johan Simonsson, Daniel Bäckström et al
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. Vol. 57 (36), p. 12288-12295
Journal article
2017

Radiative Heat Transfer Conditions in a Rotary Kiln Test Furnace Using Coal, Biomass, and Cofiring Burners

Adrian Gunnarsson, Daniel Bäckström, Robert Johansson et al
Energy & Fuels. Vol. 31 (7), p. 7482-7492
Journal article
2017

Measurement of the size distribution, volume fraction and optical properties of soot in an 80kW propane flame

Daniel Bäckström, Adrian Gunnarsson, Dan Gall et al
Combustion and Flame. Vol. 186, p. 325-334
Journal article
2017

Measurements and Modeling of the Soot Volume Fraction in Propane Flames Using Laser Techniques and Radiative Heat Transfer Models

Adrian Gunnarsson, Daniel Bäckström, Klas Andersson et al
Clearwater Clean Energy Conference
Conference contribution
2016

Heat Transfer Conditions in a Rotary Kiln Test Furnace Using Coal, Biomass and co-firing Burners

Adrian Gunnarsson, Daniel Bäckström, Robert Johansson et al
Clearwater Clean Coal Conference, 2016.06.05-2016.06.09, Clearwater, Florida, USA
Conference contribution
2015

On the use of alternative fuels in rotary kiln burners - An experimental and modelling study of the effect on the radiative heat transfer conditions

Daniel Bäckström, Robert Johansson, Klas Andersson et al
Fuel Processing Technology. Vol. 138, p. 210-220
Journal article
2015

Particle composition and size distribution in coal flames - The influence on radiative heat transfer

Daniel Bäckström, Dan Gall, M. Pushp et al
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science. Vol. 64, p. 70-80
Journal article
2015

Modelling and measurements of radiation in a 400kWth rotary kiln test furnace

Adrian Gunnarsson, Daniel Bäckström, Robert Johansson et al
Industrial Furnaces and Boilers, 2015.04.07-2015.04.10, Porto Gaia, Portugal
Conference contribution
2014

Measurement and Modeling of Particle Radiation in Coal Flames

Daniel Bäckström, Robert Johansson, Klas Andersson et al
Energy & Fuels. Vol. 28 (3), p. 2199-2210
Journal article
2012

Gas temperature and radiative heat transfer in oxy-fuel flames

Daniel Bäckström, Robert Johansson, Klas Andersson et al
The 37th International Technical Conference on Clean Coal & Fuel Systems, Clearwater USA, 3-7/6-2012
Conference contribution

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