||Three-Stage Combustion (Reburning) on a Full Scale Operating Boiler in the USSR.
LaFlesh, R. C. ;
Lewis, R. D. ;
Anderson, D. K. ;
||Combustion Engineering, Inc., Windsor, CT.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Air pollution abatement ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
Air pollution control equipment ;
Combustion products ;
Exhaust gases ;
Heat transfer ;
Thermal power plants ;
Technical assistance ;
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The report gives results of a program to complete the preliminary design of a three-stage combustion (reburn) system for nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions control on an operating boiler in the U.S.S.R. The program to design the reburn system consisted of five tasks: visiting the Ladyzhinskaya host site to exchange design and operating information; translating Soviet documents into English; performing process calculations; conducting physical flow modeling; and developing a preliminary system design which included general arrangement drawings and furnace performance analyses. The overall preliminary reburn system design was presented to and accepted by Soviet representatives during a June 1989 meeting at the EPA's Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC. It appears that reburning would be a viable NOx reduction technology for the type of boiler represented by the host Ladyzhinskaya steam generating unit.