Operation control of circulating fluidized bed boilers
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 1996
The heat balance of different circulating fluidized bed boiler designs is investigated for variations in input parameters, such as specific flue-gas amount and ash content of the fuel. A simple model and a corresponding diagram are developed to describe the boiler behaviour when conditions deviate from the nominal ones. The model shows how the furnace temperature is influenced in different ways in different boiler designs by changes of furnace heat transfer and of the mass flow of particles and flue gases. The model results are verified by measurements in one type of boiler. Finally, it is shown how the desired stable furnace temperature and stable heat flux distribution are in conflict during variations of the input parameters. As a consequence, a two-dimensional boiler control strategy is suggested.
heat balance model
boiler operation control
: circulating fluidized bed boilers