Staged combustion of air-blown biomass gasification gas in gas turbines: a kinetic modelling study of nitrogen oxide control

Pia Kilpinen, E. Coda Zabetta, Mikko Hupa, Krister Ståhl, Jukka Leppälahti, Mike Cannon, Jorma Nieminen

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Abstract

Detailed chemical kinetic modelling has been used to study the formation of nitrogen oxides at gas turbine combustion chamber conditions. A biomass-derived gasification gas from an air-blown IGCC plant has been used as fuel. The aim has been to give guidance of operating conditions in the gas turbine combustion chamber that lead to minimum NOx emissions when an air staging technique is applied. The sensitivity of NOx formation to various operating and mixing parameters is illustrated. The work belongs to a larger international project partly funded by the European Commission through its Joule Programme.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)167-176
JournalVDI-Berichte
Issue number1438
Publication statusPublished - 1998
MoE publication typeB1 Article in a scientific magazine

Keywords

  • gasification

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    Kilpinen, P., Coda Zabetta, E., Hupa, M., Ståhl, K., Leppälahti, J., Cannon, M., & Nieminen, J. (1998). Staged combustion of air-blown biomass gasification gas in gas turbines: a kinetic modelling study of nitrogen oxide control. VDI-Berichte, (1438), 167-176.