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Investigation of New Technologies for Reduction of N2O Emission from CFB Combustion (ECSC, Project No. 7220-ED-087.)

Investigation of New Technologies for Reduction of N2O Emission from CFB Combustion

Datum: 1.7.1997-30.6.1999
Kod: 7773
Institution: Åbo Akademi / Kemisk-tekniska fakulteten (KTF), Förbränningskemiska forskargruppen vid ÅA
Adress: Lemminkäinengatan 14 - 18 B, FIN-20510 Åbo
Tel. +358-2-2154 681
Fax +358-2-2154 780
E-post pkilpine@abo.fi
Projektledare: TkD Mikko Hupa, professor (1.7.1997-30.6.1999)
TkD Pia Kilpinen, (1.7.1997-30.6.1999)
Forskare: TkL Sirpa Kallio (1.7.1997-30.6.1999)
Typ av forskning: 1 (0=Inom tjänst, 1=Beställd forskning, 2=Samarbetsforskning)
- utvecklingsarbete 100 %
Årsverken: Totalt: 96 månader
Partner: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany; Instituto Nacional de Engenharia e Technologia Industrial (INETI), Portugal.
Ämnesord: förbränningsteknik, avfallsgaser, rökgaser, utsläpp, polttotekniikka, jätekaasut, savukaasut, päästöt, förbränning, förgasning, forskningsprogram, combustion, gasification, research programme,

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This work belongs to a larger international project funded by the European Coal and Steel Community.The partners participating in the project are Chalmers University of Technology, Technical University of Denmark, Technical University of Hamburg-Haarburg, Instituto Nacional de Engenharia e Technologia Industrial (INETI), and Åbo Akademi University.The objective of ÅAU is to develop an advanved mathematical tool for investigation of gaseous emission formation in circulating fluidized bed combustion.The main emphasis is on nitrogen oxides (NOx, N2O), but also unburned gases (CO; CxHy) and sulphur dioxide (SO2) will be investigated on a longer run.The mathematical model will be based on a detailed description of homogeneous and heterogeneous chemistry on an elementary reaction level.The fluid dynamics will be described by a 1.5-dimensional model.

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1.10.1996 / 17.6.1998