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Title: การเผาไหม้เชื้อเพลิงผสมระหว่างแกลบกับถ่านหินบิทูมินัสในเตาเผาไหม้วอร์เทคฟลูอิไดซ์เบด
Authors: ฐานิตย์, เมธิยานนท์
สมชาติ, โสภณรณฤทธิ์
อาวุธ, ลภิรัตนากูล
Keywords: การเผาไหม้
เชื้อเพลิง
ถ่านหิน
Issue Date: 2549
Type: Preprint
Series/Report no.: REP435 2549;c.1
REP435 2549;c.2
Abstract: This study investigated the effects of mixing fuel ratio between rice husk and bituminous coal on the performance of a recently developed vortex-fluidized bed combustor (VFBC) in terms of thermal and combustion efficiency, and volumetric combustion intensity, and gas emissions. The results showed that a co-firing between rice husk and bituminous coal can be burned, mixing fuel ratio of bituminous coal had an insignificant effect on combustion efficiency and a combustion efficiency of up to 99% can be achieved according to bed temperature and volumetric combustion intensity, varying between 1015-1030 oC and 0.76 - 0.80 MWthm-3, respectively depending upon the mixing fuel ratio of bituminous coal. A combination of vortex and fluidized bed combustion within the VFBC was clearly observed, considering temperature distribution within a combustor. Gas emission had a same tendency in all tests. CO and NOx emissions (at 6% O2) measured at the exit ranged between 20-60 ppm and 372-449 ppm, respectively.
Description: การประชุมวิชาการเครือข่ายพลังงานแห่งประเทศไทย (2549) หน้า 1-9.
URI: http://dspace.siu.ac.th/handle/1532/583
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