In-furnace processes in a 235 MWe CFB boiler
Paper in proceedings, 2002

In an experimental project funded by the 5th Framework Programme of the European Community (EC), different measurement techniques are used to analyze in-furnace processes in a 235 MWe Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) boiler in Turow, Poland. The purpose of the project is to assess the insufficiently known features of large-scale CFB boilers. The furnace of the boiler has a cross-section of 21 x 10 meters and a height of 43 meters. The boiler is operated on a local brown coal. Steady state, as well as dynamic conditions, are studied. The project is unique in two respects: Firstly, several measurement ports are provided in the large CFB furnace for in-situ measurements in various locations on the furnace. Secondly, a number of measurement techniques are employed. These facilitate studies of hydrodynamic processes as well as local variations in gas components (such as O2, CO, THC) and solids materials. The paper describes the measurement techniques and provides examples of the first (hydrodynamic) results obtained by the in-situ measurements.


Fluidized bed combustion



Filip Johnsson

Department of Energy Conversion

Andreas Johansson

Department of Energy Conversion

Johan Sternéus

Department of Energy Conversion

Bo G Leckner

Department of Energy Conversion

Ernst-Ulrich Hartge

Sylvia Budinger

Marcus Fehr

Joachim Werther

Robert Sekret

Zbigniew Bis

Wojciech Nowak

Pavel Noskievic

Tadeas Ochodek

Jacek Gadowski

Janusz Jablonski

Roman Walkowiak

Per Kallner

Erik Engel

Lars Strömberg

Timo Hyppänen

Ari Kettunen

Proc. of the 7th International Conference on Circulating Fluidized Beds


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