Variation, effect and control of biomass quality in CHP

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Abstract

There exist a growing interest to utilise renewable fuels in multifuel applications for energy production. The main reasons for this are environmetal – reduction of CO2 emissions as well as emissions of NOx and SO2. Cofiring, defined as simultaneous combustion of different fuels in the same boiler, provides an alternative to achieve lower greenhouse gas emission in energy and power production. Utilisation of solid biofuels and wastes, however, sets new demands not only for plant operators but also for boiler design, process control system as well as for fuel handling systems and fuel blend control. Physical and chemical properties of biomass affects highly on it’s combustion characteristics compared to traditional fuels like coal and peat that’s a common fuel in Finland.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIV. International Slovak Biomass Forum
PublisherEnergy Centre Bratislava (ECB)
Pages66-71
Publication statusPublished - 2004
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventIV International Slovak Biomass Forum 2004 - Bratislava, Slovakia
Duration: 9 Feb 200412 Feb 2004

Publication series

SeriesINIS Report
Number45
Volume40

Conference

ConferenceIV International Slovak Biomass Forum 2004
CountrySlovakia
CityBratislava
Period9/02/0412/02/04

Keywords

  • biomass
  • cocombustion
  • fluidised bed combustion
  • CHP

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