Section 69
Chapter 68,463

Characteristics of Fundamental Combustion and No x Emission Using Various Rank Coals

Kim, S.S.; Kang, Y.S.; Lee, H.D.; Kim, J.-K.; Hong, S.C.

Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 61(3): 254-259


ISSN/ISBN: 1096-2247
DOI: 10.3155/1047-3289.61.3.254
Accession: 068462968

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Eight types of coals of different rank were selected and their fundamental combustion characteristics were examined along with the conversion of volatile nitrogen (N) to nitrogen oxides (NOx)/fuel N to NOx. The activation energy, onset temperature, and burnout temperature were obtained from the differential thermogravimetry curve and Arrhenius plot, which were derived through thermo-gravimetric analysis. In addition, to derive the combustion of volatile N to NOx/fuel N to NOx, the coal sample, which was pretreated at various temperatures, was burned, and the results were compared with previously derived fundamental combustion characteristics. The authors' experimental results confirmed that coal rank was highly correlated with the combustion of volatile N to NOx/fuel N to NOx.

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