Applications of Advanced Technology to Ash-Related Problems in Boilers by L. BaxterApplications of Advanced Technology to Ash-Related Problems in Boilers by L. Baxter

Applications of Advanced Technology to Ash-Related Problems in Boilers

EditorL. Baxter, R. DeSollar

Hardcover | November 30, 1996

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Proceedings of the July 1995 conference on the behavior of inorganic material in combustion systems, with papers illustrating the application of advanced technology to ash-related problems in boilers. After a review of ash problems in boilers and the research needs of the power industry, subjects include ash deposit properties and radiative transfer in a coal fired plant, deposit formation during the co-combustion of coal-biomass blends, modeling of ash deposition in the convective pass of a coal fired boiler, ion oxidation state and its effect on ash particle stickiness, and slagging prediction. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Title:Applications of Advanced Technology to Ash-Related Problems in BoilersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:676 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.03 inPublished:November 30, 1996Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 13:9780306453762

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Ash Formation, Deposition, Corrosion and Erosion in Conventional Boilers (S. Benson). Research Needs of the Power Industry (R. DeSollar). Evolutionary Changes in Furnace Combustion Conditions Which Affect Ash Deposition in Modern Boilers (D. Fitzgerald). The UK Collaborative Research Program on Slagging Pulverized Coalfired Boilers: Summary of Findings (W. Gibb). Ash Deposit Properties and Radiative Transfer in Coal Fired Plant: Current Understanding and New Developments (T. Wall). Rates and Mechanisms of Strength Development in Lowtemperature Ash Deposits (J.P. Hurley). Deposit Formation During the CoCombustion of Coal-Biomass Blends (K. Hein). Quantification of Deposit Formation Rates as Functions of Operating Conditions and Fraction of Biomass Fuel Used in a Converted PC Boiler (100 MW) (A. Nordin). In situ Measurements of Boiler Ash Deposit Emissivity and Temperature in a Pilotscale Combustion Facility (D. Shaw). Erosion Oxidation of Carbon Steel and Deposition of Particles on a Tube During Combustion of Coalbased Fuels in an Industrial Boiler (J. Xie). Laboratory Measurements of Alkali Metal Containing Vapors Released During Biomass Combustion (D. Dayton). An Improved Ash Fusion Test (C. Coin). 31 additional articles. Index.