Combustion Plants Articles

  • Combined Heat and Power Pulp and Paper Industry - Sofidel America Corporation - Case Study

    OWNER Sofidel America Corporation LOCATION Circleville, Ohio, USA PRODUCT Two Taurus 70 (8.0 MWE) Gas Turbines CUSTOMER VALUE Reduced Energy Costs, Lowered C02 Emissions The Sofidel Group is one of the leading manufacturers of paper for hygienic and domestic use worldwide. Sofidel ...

  • Project Bio-Heat - Case Study

    Supported by the European Commission, the international project consortium of BIO-HEAT forces the implementation of Short Rotation Coppice in Eastern Europe. Project aim is the use of woodchips produced by SRC's for co-firing and as a combustible for district heating ...

  • Biomass Ready Coal Fired Plants and Massive Tree Planting will be the Compromise Climate Change Solution

    Coal provided 26 percent of the additional power generation last year and 38 percent of all generation. There are 500,000 MW of new coal fired generation in the planning stage. This is more than was ever installed in the Americas and Europe. So any programs to reduce coal fired generation on these two continents to zero would eliminate less than is being added elsewhere in the world. The ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • More Power & Flexibility Lead to Profits Case Study

    In 2014, Powerphase installed a Turbophase system consisting of two Turbophase modules, at a cogeneration plant in the U.S. The Morris Cogen plant is a 177 MW combined-cycle gas facility located within the Equistar Chemicals petrochemical plant in Morris, IL. The Morris plant has a single pressure steam turbine (ST) (625 psig/750°F) rated at 57 MW, and three GE MS6001B, PG6561 gas turbines ...


    By Powerphase

  • EU regulation of combustion plant - A power industry perspective

    Any installation that contains combustion plant with an aggregated thermal input greater than 50 MW is regulated under the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) which requires that Best Available Techniques are applied to emissions control. Individual plant with a thermal input greater than 50 MW are regarded as Large Combustion Plant and additional provisions apply, including mandatory Emission ...

  • Cenospheres - Case Study

    The problem: A cenosphere is a lightweight, inert, hollow sphere made largely of silica and alumina and filled with air or inert gas, typically produced as a byproduct of coal combustion at thermal power plants. On average 0.5% of the fly ash generated in a coal fired power station boiler are Cenospheres. When fly ash is wet discharged in to ash ponds/lagoons cenospheres float on ...


    By Dirk European Holdings LTD

  • Case study - Air-to-air heat exchanger provides plant heat and big savings

    OVERVIEW A food processing facility installed a new Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) for odor control from its roasting operation.  The oxidizer was designed for 95% thermal rate of efficiency and included supplemental fuel injection (SFI) which is used during low VOC loading conditions, to help save fuel cost.  The customer was looking at additional ways  to further ...

  • Combustible Briquettes for All Your Camping Requirements

    Coal has been in use since historical times both to cook food and to produce energy. Coal briquettes are a great fuel source and are manufactured in specialized briquetting plants that offer different varieties of combustible briquettes. What Exactly Is A Briquette? Briquettes are an amazing source of combustible energy that ...


    By Jay Khodiyar Machine Tools

  • Advantages Of Using Briquettes Over Conventional Fuels

    Is there a renewable source of energy that can replace the conventional fuel? Is the source greener and cheaper as compared to other sources? Is it easy to use? So many different questions and a simple answer to all of them is ‘‘YES’’. A biomass briquette plant is an ideal replacement to the traditional types of fuel which are highly dangerous to the environment. The ...


    By Jay Khodiyar Machine Tools

  • Tronox Namakwa sands furnace Gas CHP Plant - Case Study

    Tronox is the largest fully integrated producer of titanium ore and titanium dioxide in the world. The Tronox Mineral Sands cogeneration power generation plant, located in the Western Cape, uses the waste gas from two open arc DC furnaces as an energy source. The gas engine power plant operates on waste gas ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Mawera inside story – biomass case study

    With more than 30 years’ experience in the UK market, Mawera UK has supplied and installed wood burning boilers to numerous companies, turning wood-waste into heat for factory, office and process heating and helping companies recover the cost of their boilers through compliance with the RHI. To support progress and innovation, Mawera maintains its own levels of technology and combustion ...


    By Mawera (UK) Ltd

  • Case study - Internal combustion engines and process heat-to-power application in Czech Republic

    Breclav-Postorna, Czech Republic Hot Water Temp:  88-92°C Hot Water Flow:  10 l/s KWth Average (Thermal Input): 600-750kWth Cooling:  Cooling Tower Cold Water Temp: 18-24°C Cold Water Flow: 12-14 l/s Green Machine Gross Output: Two machines at 25-33kWe each ElectraTherm installed two Green Machines at FOSFA, a manufacturer of phosphoric acid and ...


    By ElectraTherm

  • Fluidised bed combustion and gasification of rice husk and rice straw – a state of art review

    Rice is cultivated in all the main regions of world. The worldwide annual rice production is 666 million tons for the year 2008. The combustion and gasification of rice husk/rice straw in fluidised bed reactors seems to be an attractive possibility of future for power generation, the solution of waste disposal problems and the reduction of greenhouse gases. In this paper, overview of fluidised ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Cleaning biogas with bacteria

    Organic materials added to an anaerobic digester commonly contain sulphur components. During the anaerobic digestion process, the sulphur is converted into hydrogen sulphide (H2S), which is absorbed by the biogas. When the biogas produced in an AD plant goes on to be combusted in a gas engine or boiler, the H2S will give off sulphur dioxide (SO2) and sulphuric acid ...


    By Biogasclean A/S

  • Reasons for efficiency: Plain as the smudge on your face

    Remember soot? A long time ago, before global warming, getting rid of soot was considered a good reason to make our energy supply cleaner and more efficient. These small dirty particles, created from auto and power plant combustion, discolor walls and do worse to our lungs. Their harm is immediate, yet we seem to have forgotten this, as we’ve become consumed in energy debate about future worries. ...

  • Large-scale application

    Type      HOFGAS®- Ready 2500 (2x) Commissioning      2002 Client      Cleanaway (Pitsea, GB) Situation The 2.8km2 big Pitsea landfill is located 50km east of London. It takes 2 to 3 years until the process of a landfill releases constantly gas. To compensate the initial unsteadiness, the 2 compact units ...


    By Hofstetter BV

  • Redundant combustion plant for Novartis

    Type     HOFGAS®- IFM4c/2200/1500/60/180 Commissioning     2004 Site     Novartis (Basel, CH) Situation In order to prevent production failure due to missing redundancy in the flue gas clean up, Novartis required an additional system. During different production processes exhaust air load with organic components is formed. ...


    By Hofstetter BV

  • Removal of ecologically harmful pyrolysis gas and vapours

    Type     HOFGAS®- IFM4c/1000 Commissioning     August 2002 Site     Waste water treatment plants Situation As a result of new authority requirements, Romag AG set up operation of a plant for the drying and gasification of wastewater sludge. Drying vapours are formed during the sludge drying and pyrolysis gas during gasification. These emissions must be burned in an ecological way, ...


    By Hofstetter BV

  • Thermochemical reactor design and thermal breakdown in middle-rank coals

    Experiments conducted at bench scale can throw new light on the operation of pilot and plant scale processes. In the coal gasification/combustion area, such experiments have ranged from determinations of coal reactivities for novel entrained-flow gasifiers, to investigating the fate of injectant coal during blast furnace operation. Meanwhile, the accurate mimicking of conditions within pilot and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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