Adiabatic flame temperature calculation refers to the ignition procedure when there is no shaft movement taking place adiabatically. This is the most extreme temperature that can be accomplished for the given reactants. It is classified into steady volume adiabatic flame temperature and pressure adiabatic flame temperature. Enter the pressure, Nitrogen / Oxygene air molar ratio, initial temperature, the equivalence ratio of a particular fuel species in the adiabatic flame temperature calculator.
The constant volume adiabatic flame temperature is the temperature that results from a complete combustion process of the chemical compound that occurs without any work, heat transfer or changes in kinetic or potential energy.