May 1-5, 2011
The paper presents the research of CFB boiler operation for oxygen-enhanced dried lignite combustion. The combustion in oxygen-enhanced conditions generally leads to reducing the emissions of CO and NOx and N2O due to reduced volume of flue gas. The maximum oxygen content for oxygen-enhanced combustion in O2/N2 conditions should not exceed 60%, however, the maximum drying extent of fuel should not be higher than 50% of the initial moisture content in an examined lignite.
Wojciech Nowak, Waldemar Muskala, Jaroslaw Krzywanski, and Tomasz Czakiert, "The Research of CFB Boiler Operation for Oxygen Enhanced Dried Lignite Combustion" in "10th International Conference on Circulating Fluidized Beds and Fluidization Technology - CFB-10", T. Knowlton, PSRI Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2013). http://dc.engconfintl.org/cfb10/52