Formation of N2O in Circulating Fluidized Bed Boilers
Conference contribution, 1990

The N2O formation in circulating fluidized bed boilers is assumed to be influenced by two formation routes, either by char or by hydrogen cyanide originating from the fuel volatiles. A test program has been carried out with the purpose to better understand the formation routes. The test program consists of step response tests in a 12 MW circulating fluidized bed boiler. Concentration profiles of O2, CO2, CO, NO, HCN, NH3 and C1 to C3 hydrocarbons in the combustion chamber of the boiler were also measured in order to support the conclusions from the step response tests. The importance of the two routes is discussed but no conclusions can be made about their magnitude.

N2O

formation

nitrous oxide

HCN

concentration profiles

fluidised bed combustion

Author

Lars-Erik Åmand

Department of Energy Conversion

Bo G Leckner

Department of Energy Conversion

Sven B Andersson

Department of Energy Conversion

Proceedings 2:a Nordiska Konferensen om Svaveldioxid och Kväveoxidbegränsning vid Förbränning av Fasta Bränslen, Danmarks Tekniska Högskola, Lyngby, november 1990

Driving Forces

Sustainable development

Subject Categories

Energy Engineering

Other Environmental Engineering

Areas of Advance

Energy

Infrastructure

Chalmers Power Central

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10/7/2017