A new paper has been published in the IFRF Combustion Journal – http://www.journal.ifrf.net/, entitled:
FLUIDIZED BED COMBUSTION AS A RISK-RELATED TECHNOLOGY
A SCOPE OF SOME POTENTIAL PROBLEMS
J. Y. Histrov*
*University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy
Chemical Engineering Department
This paper addresses the risk-related problems of fluidised bed combustion (FBC). The scope concerns the following areas:
Fluidised bed combustion (incineration) as a risk-minimization technology for toxic and hazardous materials as well as for industrial and municipal wastes
Hazard and relevant problems with various bulk materials during the preliminary treatment and storage in different handling facilities for fluidised bed combustion
Operational problems of the process itself, such as sintering, fouling, erosion, corrosion, effects of fuel blend constituents on the emission, etc. and their effect on the equipment.
Operational hazards and common start-up failures in fluidised bed combustion
Fluidised bed emissions, both air-pollutions and ashes and the process performance effects on them mainly concerning the trace metal vitalisation and risk with the ash re-use.
The full paper may be downloaded from the server, in the “New Papers” section (http://www.journal.ifrf.net/articles.html), by clicking on the Acrobat PDF icon alongside the title.
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