Ash sampling in coal and alternative fuel fired boilers – van de Kamp
Authors: Willem van de Kamp
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Totem 15 "Ash and Deposit Formation in Utility Boilers" provided an up-to-date review of several aspects of ash and deposit formation in utility boilers, provided by a world-wide suite of internationally recognized experts in this research area.
Thus in summary, Totem15, dealt with all aspects of ash and deposit formation, i.e. fuel preparation/blending, ash sampling, deposit probe measurements, ash fusibility tests, fuel and ash analysis and characterization techniques, modelling/predictive techniques etc.. The fuels considered ranged from biomass (straw) to coal (low- as well as high-rank coals, and blends of these), but also aspects of firing orimulsion, sewage sludge and waste was addressed. The technologies covered included, grates, fluidized beds, suspension fired burners and cement kilns.
- 01 Aspects of Ash Behaviour Predictions for Biomass Fired Boilers – Skrifvars
- 02 Ash sampling in coal and alternative fuel fired boilers – van de Kamp
- 03 Biomass Ash – Bed Material Interactions Leading to Agglomeration in FBC and FBG – Visser
- 04 Quantitative Descriptions of Ash Deposit Formation in Boilers – A review – Baxter
- 05 Danish Experience on Ash and Deposit Formation in Straw-Fired Utility Boilers – Frandsen
- 06 The Next Generation of Ash and Deposit CCSEM and SEMPC Analysis Techniques – Benson
- 07 Ash formation, fusibility, deposit formation – Predictive techniques for utility boilers – Wall
- 08 Slagging and Fouling in Coal Combustion and Biomass Co-Combustion – Developments and Research in Europe – Spliethoff
- 09 Summary of TOTeM 15 – IFRF Doc No D121/y/4
- 10 Preamble to TOTeM 15 – Peter Roberts
Download PDFKamp, W. v. d. (2009) Ash sampling in coal and alternative fuel fired boilers – van de Kamp.