Co-combustion technologies of coal with biomass have been applied in many practical coal combustion boilers in order to reduce CO2 emission, fuel cost and so forth. Furthermore, the biomass may be able to enhance the combustion performance and to control NOx and N2O emissions since the biomass contains high volatile matter and evolves NH3 as the main volatile N-species. This study focuses on NOx and N2O emission characteristics during co-combustion of coal with biomass. The main results obtained show that emission amount of NO and N2O during co-combustion is relatively more than that during coal combustion. At least, NO behavior can be simulated by the homogeneous reaction scheme relating to NOx even at constant temperature. However, the N2O behavior will be influenced by heterogeneous schemes due to char particles during co-combustion.
- Advanced Energy Systems
NO and N2O Formation/Decomposition Characteristics During Co-Combustion of Coal With Biomass
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Gani, A, & Naruse, I. "NO and N2O Formation/Decomposition Characteristics During Co-Combustion of Coal With Biomass." Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Fluidized Bed Combustion. 18th International Conference on Fluidized Bed Combustion. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. May 22–25, 2005. pp. 219-223. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/FBC2005-78024
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