Designing Low NOx Combustion Systems

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Title Designing Low NOx Combustion Systems
Creator De Michele, G; Pasini, S.; Ligasacchi, S.; Tognotti, Leo
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1996
Spatial Coverage presented at Baltimore, Maryland
Abstract New Italian environmental legislation requires that, starting from 1997 and within 2001, a limit to 200 mg/Nm3 NOx emissions for new and old power plants with thermal capacity higher than 500 MW is reached, irrespective of the type of fuel used. To achieve these aims, the strategy of ENEL consists in applying, where possible, NOx reduction techniques directly in the boiler and limiting the use of the most expensive SCR technique just to cut down the NOx fraction exceeding the limits of law. An important role is given to the use of burners which permit a considerable limitation of the formation of nitric oxides. The paper reports the approach followed for the design of Low-NOx burners (TEA) on the basis of the coupling of mathematical tnodelling and experimental studies.
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Language eng
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Date Created 2012-05-15
Date Modified 2012-09-05
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