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A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

10. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
11. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
12. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

13. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
14. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.

15. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

16. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
17. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
18. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

19. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
20. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
21. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

22. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
23. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
24. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

25. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
26. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
27. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

28. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
29. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate

i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
30. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

31. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
32. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
33. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

34. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
35. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
36. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.

37. A fuel oil containing 88.2% Carbon and 11.8% Hydrogen (by weight) is burnt with 20% excess air. 95% of the carbon is
burnt to carbon dioxide and the rest to carbon monoxide. All the hydrogen is converted to water. Determine the Orsat
analysis of the flue gas.
38. A furnace uses a natural gas which consists of entirely hydrocarbons. The flue gas analysis is CO2 : 9.5%, O2 : 1.4%, CO :
1.9% and the rest to N2. Calculate
i.
atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in the fuel
ii.
percentage excess air used
iii.
composition of the fuel gas in the form CxHy.
39. Natural gas containing CH4 = 83% and C2H6 = 17% was burnt with an excess of dry air. The Orsat analysis of the flue gas
was CO2 = 6.76% ; CO = 2.77% ; O2 = 5.63% ; N2 = 84.84%. Calculate the following:
i.
percentage excess air supplied
ii.
percentage completion of oxidation of carbon
iii.
amount of fuel gas produced per 100 m3 of fuel at 500oC and 1 atmosphere pressure.