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Title Reburning and Repowering Technologies for the Solid Waste Combustion Boiler
Conference American Flame Research Committee, Maui, Hawaii, October 16-20, 1994
Creator Wakamura, Yasujiro; Samejima, Ryuji; Nakazato, Kunihiro
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1994
Spatial Coverage presented at Maui, Hawaii
Abstract "Reburning" is the technology of injecting natural gas into the furnace in order to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) and carbon monoxide (CO) from the municipal solid waste (MSW) combustion systems. It is being developed in a joint program among Gas Research Institute, Institute of Gas Technology and Takuma Company. "Repowering" means improving overalI efficiency and increasing electric power output of the waste-to-energy faciIity using natural gas turbine generator. The most efficient combination of steam turbine and gas turbine in relation to waste throughput should be determined as a function of the selIing price of electricity and the cost of natural gas. This paper wiII review the test results of NOx reduction due to the use of reburning technology, and discuss the best combination of the two technologies, reburning and repowering.
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