By Konstantinos G. Kyprianidis and Jan Skvaril
Over the last few a long time, fascinating advancements have taken position within the box of combustion know-how. the current edited quantity intends to hide contemporary advancements and supply a vast standpoint of the foremost demanding situations that symbolize the sector. the objective viewers for this ebook comprises engineers interested in combustion procedure layout, operational making plans and upkeep. brands and combustion expertise researchers also will enjoy the well timed and exact info supplied during this paintings.
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The uniform temperature distribution as a result of uniform coal and air flow provides the optimal combustion process with low level of NOx emission and total organic carbon content in ash. Experimental results confirm that the monitoring and control of fuel and air flow distribution allows to optimize combustion process by increasing thermal efficiency of the boiler. In the numerical part of investigation, the complex CFD model of pulverized coal boiler was made. The calculations of turbulent, reactive, and thermal flow processes were performed at different boiler operating conditions retrieved from power plant online monitoring system.
An example of using FG-DVC model with assumed particle heating rate equal to 105 K/s is demonstrated below. It predicts the rate of the production and high temperature yields for the char, tar, volatiles, and the composition of key species during the devolatilization of any coal. The results as well as the proximate and ultimate analysis for the used coal are given in Table 1. 72 Table 1. Coal analysis results and FG-DVC output (*analyses were performed according to the polish norm N-EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005).
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Developments in Combustion Technology by Konstantinos G. Kyprianidis and Jan Skvaril