Potential Slagging and Fouling Problems associated with Biomass-Coal blends in Coal-fired Boilers
Keywords:Potential Slagging, Fouling Problems, Biomass-Coal, Coal-fired, Boilers
Ash deposition on boiler surfaces is one of the major issues that need to be addressed for designing and operating co-combustion equipment. Characterization of the inorganic material of ash associated with co-firing of a range of Biomass-Coal blends under unstaged and air-staged of operation is presented. Mechanisms of slagging and fouling are described. An assessment of the predicted behaviour of slagging and fouling deposits for a range of Biomass-Coal blends co-firing under unstaged, air-staged and reburning configurations is presented, by using Â fusibility correlations.
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MUNIR, S. (2010). Potential Slagging and Fouling Problems associated with Biomass-Coal blends in Coal-fired Boilers. Journal of the Pakistan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 38(1), 1–11. Retrieved from http://piche.org.pk/journal/index.php/jpiche/article/view/14
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