Circulating fluidised bed co-combustion of coal and biomass
Circulating fluidised bed combustion (CFBC) is receiving wide research attention in view its potential as an economic and environmentally acceptable technology for burning low-grade coals biomass and organic wastes and thereby mixtures of them. Designs of the existing fluidised bed boilers for biomass combustion are mainly based on experience from coal combustion because the mechanism of
Biomass combustion in fluidized bed boilers: Potential ...
Jan 01 2009 · Today biomass is seen as the most promising energy source to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions .Large scale introduction of biomass energy could contribute to sustainable development on several fronts namely environmental social and economical .World energy supplies have been dominated by fossil fuels for decades (approximately 80% of the total use of more than 400 EJ per
Fluidized Bed Combustors for Biomass Boilers - ASME
Fluidized-bed boilers are the most common type of boiler recommended for biomass fuel which is burned within a hot bed of inert particles typically sand. The fuel-particle mix is suspended by an upward flow of combustion air within the bed. As velocities increase