N2O from Circulating Fluidized Bed Boilers - Present Status
Conference contribution, 1990

Several conclusions can be made about the N2O emissions from CFB boilers, for instance: - Much more of the fuel nitrogen leaves with the flue gases in the form of N20 than NO. - The N2O emission decreases with increasing bed temperature, unlike the NO emission. - The N2O emission decreases with decreasing excess air, similar to the NO emission. - High volatile fuels result in lower N20 emission than low volatile fuels. - The N20 concentration increases in the vertical direction of the combustion chamber.

Author

Lars-Erik Åmand

Department of Energy Conversion

Bo G Leckner

Department of Energy Conversion

Sven B Andersson

Department of Energy Conversion

Lennart Gustavsson

Department of Energy Conversion

Proceedings of the European Workshop on N2O Emissions, held in Lisbon, Portugal, 6-9 June 1990

Paper No 27 171-179

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