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« on: December 04, 2014, 05:46:56 am »
The venturi effect will atomize liquids.

Atomization happens when Air is Mixed with molecules being pulled apart at the nozzle.

This is always almost everytime confused. People think that the air jet exiting or ejecting from the nozzed sipholing the combustible oil from the nozzle completes the atomization proces, It does not!

There is a Further, Second Flow of air across the ENTIRE nozzle that Further atomizes the molecules being ripped apart, where there is a second Infrared Plate that Completes the atomization process which is why you can not smell the exhaust of a reddy heater.

You tube reddy heater for a complete understanding of the process which used 3 psi of pressure to atomize the oils so that they can be ignited. This is the Venturi effect.

The venturi effect is not needed in the Oil furnaces used today to heat homes. However Atomizing the fuel still can be seen in these no venturi burners such as the beckett oil burner that uses no venturi, only forced aoil threw a nozzle that will ruin if the oil from your hand contaminates it. Still, Air and Molecule Disassembly will ignite when air is passed over, allthough this way there is not second IR plate as the reddy heater had.

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Re: Venturi
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2014, 12:00:04 pm »
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Re: Venturi
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2014, 20:28:01 pm »
The setup he is showing is lacking a forced air blower to further combust the fuel. He needs to blow air threw the pipe with another blower. The flame also needs a Hot plate where it will glow to evaporate the rest of the fuel. Like a catalytic converter. Just like a reddy heater.