In the present study, numerical analysis on the effect of steam dilution and high pressure on liquid fuel swirl combustion is carried out using a turbulent non-premixed combustion model. Tangential air injection scheme is adopted in a conical combustor. High recirculation is achieved inside the combustor due to the swirl pattern produced by the tangential air inlets. n-Dodecane, which is a major component of kerosene and Jet-A fuel, is selected as fuel in the present study. The thermal intensity of 5.37 MW/m3 with 21.1 kW thermal input is considered for the computational study. The chamber pressure is varied from 1 to 20 atm, keeping the momentum of inlet airflow constant. Steam added in the oxidizer as a diluent is varied from 0 to 20% by mass. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis using RANS (Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes) equations is performed to understand the flow characteristics and study the effect of steam dilution and pressure on NO formation. Realizable k-ε turbulence model is used in the present study to capture the flow behavior due to the swirling motion. Spray characteristics are modelled using the Discrete Phase Model. The chemical representation is realized using scalar conservation concept with β-PDF model. Detailed chemical kinetic analysis with ignition delay characteristics, rate of species production, reaction behavior and sensitivity analysis is carried out. It is observed that the ignition delay decreases rapidly with pressure and very slowly with steam dilution. Effect of pressure and dilution on the OH concentration and olefins are discussed. Peak flame temperature and NO formation decreased with the steam addition. Emission characteristics are presented in the paper.