In this paper, a direct current (DC) anti-bias burner has been numerically simulated. This kind burner is combination of bias block and elbow bend and its bias block is located behind the bend. Effects of the bias block’s angle and location on coal distribution in the burner export are investigated. Euler-Lagrange approach is employed to study the gas-solid two-phase flow. The gas-phase is simulated using the RNG k-ε model and solid-phase is modeled using the discrete phase model (DPM). The results show that, installing a bias block behind the elbow can achieve a uniform distribution in outlet and the high concentrations region non-adherent. Relative to the location, the bias block angle changes is the main reason of generating resistance. When α = 25° L = 150mm, the distribution of pulverized coal of the burner outlet is the most uniform and the resistance is not large, which could satisfy the good anti-bias effect and moderate resistance loss at the same time.

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