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Publication numberUS2335188 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 23, 1943
Filing dateAug 3, 1940
Priority dateAug 3, 1940
Publication numberUS 2335188 A, US 2335188A, US-A-2335188, US2335188 A, US2335188A
InventorsKennedy Joseph E
Original AssigneeKennedy Van Saun Mfg & Eng
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Fuel burner
US 2335188 A
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Nov. 23, 19113.

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ATTORNEY Nov. 23, 1943. J. E. KENNEDY ,FUEL BURNER 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Filed Aug. 5, 1940 lNvENToR J /femzed y BY ATTORN Y Y Patented Nov. 23, 1943 FUEL BURNER Joseph E. Kennedy, New York, N. Y., assigner to `Kennedy-Van Saun Mfg. & Eng. Corporation,

New York, N. Y., a. corporation of Delaware Application August 3, 1940, Serial No. 350,685

8 Claims. (Cl. 11o-22) Y i This invention relates to burners for pulverized fuel, such ascoal, pitch and other comminuted materials, in suspension in anair stream and for burning fluent fuel, such as gas or oil.

It is the primary object of the invention to provide an improved burner` for burning pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream and for burning fluent fuel, such as gas or oil, adapted to be l used as a combined burner for pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream and fluent fuel, or for independently burning pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream or fluent fuel one independent of the other, or the fluent fuel burner may be utilized to ignite the pulverized fuel laden air stream; Y

It is another object of the invention to provide in a burner for pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream and/ orfor burning uent fuel, means to supply air to the fuel stream discharged from the burner andl set up turbulent action and mixing `of such air with the fuel stream and constitute a secondary 'air supply to the burning fuel, and said means being adjustable to vary the direction of now of the air and shape of the flame of the burning fuel, and to providemeans to constitute a member for mounting the burner in an opening in a furnace wall and 'a chamber in which to mix the secondary air with the fuel.

It Iis a further object of the invention to provide a burner for pulverized fuel insuspension in an air stream including a tubular member arranged with an annular passage having an out let at one end and an inlet at the opposite end for the delivery of pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream into and through said passage with venes spaced about the outlet arranged to set up turbulent action of the fuel stream discharged from the outlet andV cause the fuel stream to convergetoward the axis of the burner, and adjustable inwardly and outwardly of the burner outlet to vary the direction of flow of the fuel stream and shape of the flame of the burning fuel, and said tubular member having a passage axially l therethrough vfor supplying additional air centrally of and for mixture with the fuel stream discharged from the burner outlet.

In. use burners of this character becomes heatedA to a relatively high temperature, particularly at the outlet end thereof, which is detrimental in the use of the burner when the pulverized solids in the particlesof pitch in the fuel stream `willrfuse and combine in a plastic mass and a consequent clogging of the burner.

.It is another object of the invention to provide in a `burner for pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream a jacket 4surrounding the burner for the circulation of a cooling medium, the jacket having Vinlet and outlet means vfor the cooling medium arranged to deliver the cooling medium to and withdraw it from the jacket adjacent the outlet end Aof the burner and thusassuring the cooling of the burner at the region of highest temperature. Y

Other objects and advantages of the invention will hereinafter appear.

In the drawings accompanying'and forming a part of this application,

Figure 1 is a longitudinalsectional view of a fuel burner embodying the invention and shown vas mounted in an opening in a furnace wall.

Figure 2 is a longitudinal sectionalview, on an enlarged scale, of theroutlet end of the burner to show the arrangement of varies at the outlet of the burner passage and means for admitting and withdrawing 'a cooling medium from a jacket disposed about the burner.

Figure 3 is a side elevation of a vane carrying member disposed about the outlet end 0f the toV .50 suspension in the air stream consistof pitch, as

burner for setting up turbulent action of a stream of secondary air supplied to the fuel stream dis Acharged from the burner and cause said air stream to converge toward and mix vwith the fuel stream..

Figure 4 is a cross sectional view taken substantially on the line #-4 of Figure l.

Figure 5 isa cross sectional view taken substantially on the line 5-'5 of Figure l; and

j Figure 6 is ka cross sectional view taken sub v stantially on the line B-B of Figure l;

In the embodiment illustrated for carrying out the invention there is provided a member 'l shown as aV cylindrical member of",refractory material having an opening therethrough although lic-may be of oblongY or rectangular form. The member 'l constitutes a mounting member for the burner in an opening in a furnace wall F and a chamber in which to mix additional air with, the fuel stream discharged from the burner or to serve as a secondary air supply to the burning fuel A casing comprising a body member 8 and a plate 8 secured toand closing one end cf the body, although the plate may be constructed inw `tegral with the body, is mounted at the open end upon a reduced portion 'V of the mounting member 'l with the end engaging a recess therein, as shown in Figure 1. The end of the mounting member converges from the outer surface within the casing member toward a portion of the inner surface l extending parallelly of the axis of the mounting member and preferably has a metallic sheathing and reinforcing member mounted thereon, as at 1P. The portion 1 of theinner surface of the mounting member is of a length substantiallyequal to the converging outer surface and merges/in Ya portion 1.diverging outwardly at an acute angle to the horizontalwhich portion merges With a portion 1cl diverging outwardly at an angle of substantially 45 degrees to the horizontal. The open end of the casing is in communication with the opening in the mounting member and is provided with a seriesn of openings 9 spaced about'the same adapted for Vthe flow of air into the casing and out through the open end ofthe casing into the mounting member for mixture with the fuel stream discharged from the burner or to serve as a secondary supply to theburning fuel. To regulate the flow of air through the inlet openings 9 adjustable closure means is provided for said openings, shown'in `the form of a cylindrical member `I8 loosely mounted on the bodyof the casing` to have rotative adjustment about the same between a pair of annular guide members I I fixed upon the body closed end of the casing.v To adapt the casing to supply heated air to be mixed with the fuel or serve as a secondary air supply to the burning fuel, an annular member I1 of channel shape in cross section is mounted at the channel walls upon the fianges I5 extending laterally from the body of the casing and providing' an air cham- Vber about the ,body of the casing in communication with the air inlet openings 9, and ,is pro.

vided with inlet means I1"adapted for c onnection of a conduit leading from a source of heated `air supply.

A burner for pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream comprises a tubular member I8 extended at one end centrally through the closed vend 8 of the casing to within Vthe portion 'le of the mounting member 1. To arrange the tubular member I8 with an annular passage a open at one end to the mounting member, a tube I9 is mounted in the tubular member I8 in concentric spaced relation thereto by mounting said tube in a sleeve 20 having a laterally extending flange 20' and said sleeve extending into the tubular member I8 in concentric spaced relation there- Y Vto by bolts engaging openings in the flange 20' and a flange extending laterally from the outer end of the tubular member, as at 2I. The flange 20' also serves to close the outer end of the fuel passage a between the tubular member I8 and tube I9. The tube I9 is adapted to have longitudinal sliding adjustment in the sleeve 20 and to provide an air tight connection between said tube I9 and the sleeve said tube is extended through a stuffing box V22 arranged at the outer side of the flange 20'. Pulverized fuel in suspension in `an air stream is delivered into and through the fuel passage a through a chute 23 connected to an opening in the tubular member I8 exterior of l the casing, the chute preferably declining slightly from the perpendicular in a direction toward the outlet of the burner. To prevent pulverized material packing in the burner. passage a rearwardly of the chute and to deflect the fuel stream into the fuel passage .toward the outlet thereof an annular kplate 2 I is fixed to the end of the sleeve 29 and a sleeve 22' concentric of the sleeve 20 and which is also connected at one end to the flange 2li'V of the sleeve 20. The ends of the sleeves 20, 22 opposite the flange extend diagonally of the sleeves and to which ends of the sleeves the plate 2l' is secured, as by welding or otherwise, to deoline at a slightly greater angle than the chute.

`To set up'a swirling or turbulent action of the Afuel stream` discharged from the outlet of the fuel passage a and cause the stream to flow or converge toward the axis of the burner, a series of vanes 23' preferably of spiral form, as shown the end thereof projecting from the/ flange at the f at 23' in Figure 4, are equidistantly spaced about the outlet of the passage a. The vanes 23 are of greater width at the outer ends than at the inner ends and'this is effected by arranging the upper edge of the vanes in a horizontal plane and inclining the lower edge from the front edge to the rear edge of the vanes at an acute angle to the horizontal. The vanes are mounted on the tubeV I9, Vas by Welding, and for this purpose the inner end portion of the tube I9 is arranged to converge at an angle corresponding -to the inclination of the lower edge of the vanes, as shown at I9', and said converging edge portion of the tube I9 is arranged t0 extend laterally and incline inwardly at an acute angle to the portion I9', as at I9, for a purpose hereinafter described. The major portion of the tube I9 is preferably made of steel, and the portion I9', I9a of the tube as well as the vanes 23 are preferably made of copper, the vanes being welded to the portion I9' and the latter to the tube I9. By making the vanes and the tube portion I9 of copper in practice it has been found that the burner will oper` ate more efficiently, particularly so when firing pulverized pitchk in suspension in an air stream. By the arrangement of mounting the vanes 23 on the tube I9 and mounting the tube I9 inthe sleeve 20 to have longitudinal adjustment the vanes are adapted to have adjustment with the tube inwardly and outwardly of the outlet ofthe fuel discharge passage or chamber a, this adjustment being for the purpose of varying the direc-V tion of flow of the fuel stream and varying the form of the ame of the burning fuel. By adjusting the vanes to extend outwardly from the outlet of the fuel discharge passage a it will produce a flame relatively long and narrow, and by adjusting the vanes inwardly of the outlet of the fuel discharge passage a short and bushy name will result, the length of the flame being progressively decreased proportional to the adjustment of the vanes in al direction inwardly of the burner outlet. By the arrangement of the tube I9 in concentric relation to the Vtubular member I8 there is provided a passage axially of the burner for the flow of a stream of air at a high velocity to be supplied centrally to the fuel stream and caused to be mixed therewith by the turbulent action and flow of the fuel stream in a direction toward the axis of the burner.

The tubular member in conjunction with the wall portion 1 of the mounting member 1 forms an annular outlet for the flow of the air from the .casing 8 into the opening or chamber inthe mounting member to be mixed with the fuel stream discharged from the fuel passage a, or constitutes. a secondary air. supply to the burning fuel. To cause air flowing from `the outlet of the casing 8 to mix with the fuel stream discharged from the fuel passage a, means are disposed about the burner in the casing outlet to set up a swirling or turbulent action of the air and cause such air to flow toward the axis of the burner. As shown in Figures 1 and 3, this means comprises a conical member 24 mounted to encircle the burner within the outlet of the casing with the end of greater diameter of the conical member open to the casing. The conical member is mounted by means of four plates 25 equidistantly spaced about the end of larger diameter of the conical member 24. The one edge 25 of the plates extends ina horizontal plane and is adapted to slidably engage upon the burner. The corner at the juncture of the upper edge and front edge of the plate is cut away to incline at the same angle as the interior surface of the conical member, as at 25, and said end of the plates is extended intothe conical member a distance equal to the length of said inclined portion 252- and fixed thereto as by welding. A series of vanes 26 equal in length to the conical member are equidistantly spacedabout and extend radially inward from the inner surface of the conical member, said vanes being secured to the conical member, as by welding, and arranged in the form of a spiral, as at 26e, the curvature of which extends in a direction opposite to the varies 23 spaced about the outlet `of the fuel discharge edges of the plates 25 are also cut away on a diagonal line, as at 25h. By the arrangement of the supporting plates 25 for the vconical member 24 and the arrangement of the vanes 26, 21 in the form of a' spiral,` air entering the casing through` the air inlets 9 will be guided by the plates 25to the vanes 26 and part of the air flowing fromthe casing will be by way of the vanes 21, and setting up a swirling action of the air passing between the vanes from the casing and assuch swirling action will be in a direction opposite tothe swirling action of the fuel stream discharged from the fuel passage a there is effected a thorough` mixing of the Vair with the fuel stream within the chamber of the mounting member 1 and assuring complete combustion of the fuel. u

To regulate and control the discharge of air from the casing outlet and thereby vary the shape of the flame of the burning fuel, means are provided to adjust the conical member 24 with the vanes carried thereby inwardly and outwardly of the casing. As stated, the conical member 24 is I slidably supported bythe plates 25 and to adjust the conical member rods 28 are slidably extended into the casing Y through bearing members 29 i mounted in the end closure plate 8 `of the casing and are connected within the casing to diametrically opposite plates 25, as shown at 30. To facilitate the manipulation and adjustment ci the conical vane carrying member hand grips 28 are ilxed on the outer end of the rods. By adjusting the conical vane carrying member 24 outwardly from the casing outletv there is provided an elongated narrow flame, and by adjusting the same inwardly of the casing outlet there is produced a short bushy flame. The burner in use becomes heated to a relatively high temperature and in firing pulverized pitch in'suspension in an air stream, due to said heating of the burner, the particles of pitch conveyed in the fuel stream through the burner passage a are fused and there is a possibility that they may accumulate in a plastic mass choking and clogging the burner passage a. To obviate this the fuel discharge passage a is provided with a jacket for the circulation therethrough of a cooling medium, such as water. burner passage a with a surrounding water cooling jacket a steel tube3l of larger diameter than the tubular member I8' is mounted in concentric spaced relation to the portion of said tubular `member I8 extended into the casing 8 by means of an annular plate 32 `welded to the outer end of the tube 3i and the tubular member I8 and the plate secured to the closure plate 8 for the casing by lag screws extended through openings through said jacket an inlet pipe 34 is extended into the outer end of the jacket below the axis of the burner, as shown in Figures 1 and 6, and an outlet pipe 35 is extended into the outer end of the jacket above the` axis of the burner, the

pipes 34, 35 being adapted for connection of a 'conduit or conduits leading from and connecting i the jacket in circulation with a source of the cooling medium.

The burner is heated to a higher temperature a at the discharge end than the remaining portion thereof and to assure the cooling` of the outlet end of the burner, channels'are provided in the jacket with one end of which the pipes 34, 35

communicate, the opposite ends of thechannels opening to the jacket adjacent the discharge end of the burner. For this purpose rods 36 are extended through the tube carrying plate 32 at opposite sides of the tubes 34, 35, as shown in `Figure 6, the rods being of a diameter substantially equal to the width of the jacket and extended in parallel spaced relation and terminate Within the closure plate 33 constituting one end ing with the outer end of the other channel andV the opposite .end of said channel opening to the jacket adjacent the discharge end of the burner, said end of lsaid channel constituting an inlet for the cooling medium and thus conducting the cooling medium from the jacket and region of the highest temperature of the burner and assuring positive cooling of the discharge end of the burner. The jacket is also provided with a series To provide the ing'medium Aa pair'of tubes of clean out openings through the plate 32 having tube vsections mounted therein.' as shown at 31 in Figure 6, and said tube sections are internally screw threaded for' the threadedconnection of closure plugs 31', as shown in Figure 5. A jacket for the2 circulation of' arcooling medium is also disposed about the interior of the fuel discharge passage a which is formed by a second tube 38 of less diameter than and mounted in the tube I9 in concentric spaced relation Vthereto, as shown" in Figure l. The tube 38 is substantially of the same length as the tube I9 and is secured, as by welding, to and supported at assente or turbulent action of the air passing between the nozzle and the tube 38 and cause thorough mixing of the air with the/fuel discharged from the fuel passage a and from the nozzle 4l. The nozzle 41| is also adapted to serve as a torch t0 i8- nite the fuel discharged from the fuel passage a.. By the provision ofthe spacer 32 the burner may be adjusted longitudinally as a unit inwardthe forwardend by the flange |99' of the' an- A nular portion I9 of the .tube the forwardlend ofthe jacket. The opposite endof the tube 38 as well as the tube l9-is secured, as by welding, to an `annular portion, as 39, of a'spider member which also' closes said end of the jacket.Y To admit the cooling medium,

letend of 'the burner and to 4also cause the coolto `flow from said end ofthe burner 40 are Vextended `into the jacket in the annular portion 39 of the being disposed below the axisV through openings spider, one tube.A

of the jacket and constituting an inlet tube andr `the other tube disposed above the axis of the jacket and constituting an outlet tube for the cooling medium. The tubes Ml'extend to adjacent the end vvall"l9av of the jacket and are open to the inner side of the annular portion I9 at the end ofthe'tube 1 9, for whichpurpose the side wall at the-inner ends ofthe tubes islcut away at an angle corresponding to the angle of the annular portion I9' `of the tube I 9 and spaced therefrom to permit thercooling mediumto pass over the side rwalls-'of the cut away portion of the inlet tube 'againstlthe portionV I9 and the cooling mediumentering into said end of the outlet tube through said cut away portion in the circulating of the cooling medium through the jacket. The tubes 40 projectV from the end of the jacket and are screw threaded for the connection of a coupling member to connect tubes thereto leading to and from a source of the cooling medium. The wall ofthe inner jacket or. the vtube 38 provides an annular passage for theflow of air axially or centrally of the burner for mixture" with Vthe fuel stream discharged from the 'passage (1,.' Y

To vadapt the burner for the burning Aof .fluent as oil or gas, a nozzlev 4i is disposed axially inthe tube 38, the nozzleprojecting forwardly ofthe outletbf the fuel passage a and is of less'diameter than the tube 38 forming an air passage betweenv thenozzle and said tube. The nozzle hasvanes 42 of spiral form spaced' about Y and disposed between thenozzle and the tube 38 and whereby the nozzle is supported in said tube. Afuel conducting tube 43 is connected at one end axially to the nozzle and extends through an opening axially in the spider 35)V and i5 con- Y-nected to a coupling member M for connecting said'tube with a source of fuel, The coupling member is arranged with a right angle elbow da having a rod xedat ,one end therein and extending substantially parallel to the tube 43, said ,rod being mounted in a support 45 slidably mounted in an opening inthe flange 20' of the sleeve 2l! and in a bracketv fixed to" said ilangeg'as 'shown at 46, whereby the nozzle Vcarrying tube d3 with the nozzle 4l is adapted to be adjusted longitudinally inwardly and outwardly of the tube 38.

The vanes 42 are arranged to set up a swirling I9 which also closesV ly or outwardly from the opening in the mounting member 'L To observe the burning of fuel the closure plate 8 for the one end of the casing is provided with a series of openings, shown as three in number, spaced about openings having closures with transparent portions releasably secured to the closure plate, as

shown at 41 in Figure 5.

It will be obvious that various'modifications may be made in the construction and arrangement of the parts without departing from the scope ofthe invention and that portions of the invention may be used without others and come within the scope of the invention.

Having'described my invention, I claim: j

l. In a fuel burner, a mounting member having an openingtherethrough and a portion of reduced diameter extending from one end,. an

open end casing mounted rat the open end upon V and encircling the reduced portion of said mounting member and ,having air inlet openings in the side wall thereof, a tubular member arranged with an annular chamber therein opening through one end of said member and extended centrally through the casing into and forming with the reduced portion of the mounting member an annular outlet from the open end of the casing to the opening in saidV mounting member,

and said chamber having an inlet at the opposite end exterior of the casing Vfor the delivery' of pul- .verulent material in suspension in'an air stream into and through said chamber, vanes spaced about and within the open end of said chamber arranged to set up turbulent,V action of the fuel stream discharged from said chamber, and vanes spaced about and encircling the tubular member within the annular outlet'of the casing arranged tc set up turbulent action of the air flowing through the casing outlet and mixing in the reduced portion of the mounting member of said `air with the fuel stream discharge from the charnber in the tubular member.

2. VIn a fuel burner, an open end casing adapted to be mounted at the open end relative to an Yopening in` a furnace walljand having openings v spaced about the side wall for the passage of air into and out of the open end of the casing, ad-

justable closure means for said openings to regulate the flow of air through said openings into the Y k casing, a tubular member having an opening in the side wall adjacent one end mounted in the closed end of the casing vwith one end terminating within and radially spaced from the open end of the casing and the end portion having an opening in the side wall exterior of the casing, a tube of greater length and less diameter 'than the tubular member extended into the tubular member having vanes spaced about and extended laterally from one end thereof supporting saidl end of the tube concentrically in the end cf the tubular member opening to the casing, means mounted on the end of the tubular member exterior of the casing slidably supporting the 'tube concentrically of the tubular member and closing said end of the space between the tube and tubular member and vforming said space as an annular chamberclcsed at one end and open said plate and said Y i at the opposite end with the venes on the tube lsaid nozzle being of less diameter than said pasdisposed in said open end of the chamber, and they opening in the side wall of the tubular member constituting an inlet to said chamber adapted for the delivery of pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream into and discharge of said stream through the open end of said chamber relative to the vanes on the tube to cause turbulent ac-` tion of the fuel stream discharged from the cham'- be'r. y v

3. In a fuel burner as claimed in claim 2, vanes siidabiy mounted on the tubuiar member within the casing to `set up turbulent action ofy the air flowing from the casing and cause said air to mix with the fuel stream discharged from the chamsage to permit air to ilowthrough said passage for mixture with thefuel discharged from the nozzle and open end of the chamber.

7. In a, fuel burner, a tubular member of uniform diameter having an opening in the side wall adjacent one end.'a tube of uniform and less diameter than the tubular member, means to mount the tube concentrically in the tubular member at the end adjacent the opening in the side wall and forming the space between said tubular member and tube as an annular chamber ber and the stream of air delivered by the tube,`

and `means adjustably mounted on the closed end of the casing and connected to said slidablc vanas to adjust the vanes toward and away from the open end of the casing to control the discharge of air from the casing.

4. In a fuel burner as claimed in claim 2, an annular member of channel shape in cross section mounted on and encircling the casing to l form an annular. chamber communicating with "the air inlet openings in the casing and adapted for connection with a source of air supply.

5. A fuel burner as claimed `in claim 2, wherein an annular jacket is disposed about the cxterior of and extends longitudinally of the tubular member from the open end of the chamber to the closed end of the casing and is provided with an inlet and an outlet exterior of the casing adapted for connection to a source of and for circulating a cooling medium through said jacket,

and a jacket disposed about the interior and cx` tending the full length of the tube and provided with an inlet and an outlet at theouter end adapted for connection to a source of and for circulation of a cooling medium through said second Jacket.

6. In a fuel burner. a tubular member of uniform diameter having an opening in the side wall adjacent one end, a tube of uniform and less diameter than the tubular membeni means to mount the tube concentrically in the tubular y member at the end adjacent the opening inthe side wall and forming the space between said tubular member and tube as an annular chamber closed at one end and open at the opposite end and the tube forming a passage centrally of the chamber, the opening in the side wall of the tubular member constituting an inlet to the chamber for the delivery of pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream into and discharge of said fuel stream from the open end of said chamclosed at one end and open at the opposite end and the tube forming a passage centrally of the chamber. and to which chamber the opening in the jside wall of the tubular member constitutes `an inlet to'the chamber for the delivery of pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream into and discharge of said fuel stream from the open end of said chamber, vanes fixed to and sp ed about `the end of the tube at the open end o the chamber arranged to set up turbulent action of thefuel' stream discharge from the chamber, a

ber, vanes xed to and spaced about the end of the tube at the open end of the chamber arranged to set up turbulent action of the fuel stream discharged from the chamber, a fluid fuel burner nozzle mounted axially in the passage and to extend beyond the open end of the chamber,

fluid fuel burning nozzle mounted'axially inthe passage and projecting beyondthe open end of the annular chamber and being` of lessdiameter than the passage to permitl airlto flow through said-passage, a tube connected to the nozzle extended through said passage to connect the nozzle to a source of fuel, and vanes spaced about the nozzle in the passage adapted to set up turbulent action and mixing of the air flowing through said passage with the fuel discharged from the nozzle and open end of the chamber.

8. In a fuel burner, a tubular member of unifo-m diameter having an opening in the side w ll adjacent one end. a tube of uniform and less diameter than the tubular member, means to mount the tube concentrically in the tubular member at the end adjacent the opening in the side wall and forming the space between said tubular member and tube as an annular chamber closed at one end and open at the opposite end,

and the be forming a passage centrally of the chamber, e opening in the side wall of the tu-` bularme r constituting an inlet to the cham-r ber for the delivery of pulverized fuel in suspension in an air stream into and discharge of said fuel stream from the open end of said chamber, vanes fixed to and spaced about the end of the tube at the open end of the chamber arranged tending the full length of the passage centrally of the chamber.

1 JOSEPH E. KENNEDY.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification431/284, 431/174, 431/188, 431/160, 431/185, 110/104.00B, 431/285
International ClassificationF23D1/00, F23D17/00
Cooperative ClassificationF23D17/00, F23D1/00
European ClassificationF23D17/00, F23D1/00