NOx Control Technology for Industrial Combustion System

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Title NOx Control Technology for Industrial Combustion System
Creator Itse, D. C.; Penterson, C. A.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1983
Spatial Coverage Akron, Ohio
Abstract In a continuing effort to lower NO emissions, Riley Stoker is engaged in an on-going burner development program. The goal of this program is to design a combustion system for wall-fired and Turbo Furnace boilers capable of achieving 0.2 lb NOx/10^6 Btu (150 ppm at 3% O2) or less. Three 100 million Btu/hr burners-high swirl, medium swirl, and axial flow--were recently tested in Riley Stoker's Coal Burning Test Facility (CBTF) All three burner designs incorporate some degree of internal and external staging. This paper discusses results of air staging tests and compares the combustion characteristics of the three burners. Results from the high swirl burner tests are compared to the previous laboratory and field tests and scaling criteria from the test facility to the field are presented.
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