I'm designing furnace using low heat fuel oil for the burner. I've tried to find the thermal conductivity of the flue gas in Perry but it's not there.. Any idea ? Should I consider the flue gas as a mixed gas containing H2, O2, etc. and then count the 'k' from them ? Thank alot before.
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