An Assessment of the Utilization of Coal Oil Mixtures in Firetube Boilers

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Title An Assessment of the Utilization of Coal Oil Mixtures in Firetube Boilers
Creator Krauss, W. E.; Singh, S. N.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1982
Spatial Coverage presented at Newport Beach, California
Abstract This paper discusses the results of analytical and experimental studies to evaluate the practicality of using coal-oil mixtures as an alternate to fuel oil to fire packaged firetube boilers. The work of several investigators, as well as the work done by Cleaver-Brooks, is reviewed and summarized. Modification of the burner nozzle and fuel train were found to be necessary. Ignition characteristics were satisfactory and a stable flame was obtained. However, deposition of molten slag is shown to be a major limitation to using COM as a fuel for existing firetube boilers.
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