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Combustion and co-combustion

Spalanie i współspalanie

Combustion

Combustion is a fundamental source of thermal energy. This energy can be used directly (e.g. for drying), for heating water (central heating) or steam production (for generation of electric power). Parameters of the combustion process are crucial for optimal conduction of industrial processes requiring heat supply. We offer several, both general and specialist workshops concerning combustion processes, with particular emphasis on heat and power generation.

Combustion
  • Most important parameters of the process
  • Optimising combustion
  • Cogeneration
  • Available technologies
  • Steam boilers
  • Process parameters vs. emission of pollutants
Fuels
  • Fossil fuels – properties, trends
  • Types of biomass (straw, shells)
  • Biomass preparation (pellets, forest chips)
  • Combustion parameters vs. fuel type
  • Combustion remnants (ashes, dross)

Co-combustion

Current regulations on renewable energy sources have resulted in developed of a new branch of industry – the so-called OZE industry (English: RES, Renewable Energy Sources). Up till now, the most popular way of producing “green” energy (that is energy, which allows for issuing and sale of green certificates of origin) is co-firing of biomass and hard coal. A majority of modern boilers is equipped with furnaces for pulverised coal which allow for combustion or co-combustion of biomass.

Co-combustion of biomass
  • Legal requirements
  • Co-combustion of biomass with hard coal
  • Preparation and delivery of biomass to the boiler
  • Advantages and disadvantages of co-combustion
  • Exemplary investments