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Application: Ring of Fire
Posted Tue March 29, 2016 @08:29AM
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Application By Pablo Filgueira Rodeiro,
Senior Manager Simulation-Based Design,
Whirlpool Corporation, São Paulo, Brazil

The design of gas burners for cooktops is challenging because of the many design parameters involved. The geometry of the port where the flame is produced, the injectors that provide gas and air to the ports, and the grates that support the ports ― as well as the relationship between the ports and the metal surface of the appliance ― all play roles in determining how well a burner will perform.

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