Energy Recovery From the Combustion of Wastes in the Multisolid Fluidized Bed Combustor

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Title Energy Recovery From the Combustion of Wastes in the Multisolid Fluidized Bed Combustor
Creator Lisauskas, Robert A.; Breault, Ronald W.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1987
Spatial Coverage presented at Palm Springs, California
Abstract Circulating fluidized bed combustion processes have demonstrated successful destruction of wastes in an environmentally acceptable manner. Multisolid Fluidized Bed Combustion (MSFBC) is one circulating fluidized bed system which is particularly suited for waste disposal with energy recovery. Several pilot and commercial size MSFB systems have demonstrated the ability to successfully cofire waste streams such as: paint sludges, municipal RDF, wood waste and coal mine waste. Several commercial MSFB boilers have been designed to dispose of manufacturing wastes such as plastics and paint sludge. The disposal of refinery waste streams is also being investigated. This paper describes the MSFB technology and various system configurations for drying, combustion, and conversion of the waste streams into useful energy.
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