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Addressing the important need to predict and control emissions from operating units, Modeling of Combustion Systems: A Practical Approach shows how to obtain accurate real-time models for predicting flame behavior and emissions based on input factors alone. The author combines techniques for obtaining practical emissions and combustion models and uses a semi-empirical approach that presumes no special knowledge beyond that of a typical engineering curriculum. He demonstrates how to obtain valid data from scale or actual testing, validate the model, and use the model to predict and control unit behavior and presents practical applications of theoretical models useful to practicing engineers.