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RECORD NUMBER: 46 OF 681
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Analysis of test data for NOx control in gas and oil-fired utility boilers /|
|Author||Dykema, Owen W.|
|CORP Author||Aerospace Corp., El Segundo, Calif. Urban Programs Div.;National Environmental Research Center, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Control Systems Lab.|
|Publisher||Control Systems Laboratory National Environmental Research Center,|
|Report Number||EPA-650/2-75-012; ATR-75(7487)-1; EPA-R-802366; EPA-ROAP-21ADG-089|
|Subjects||Nitrogen oxides. ; Gas as fuel. ; Boilers--Fuel.|
|Additional Subjects||Combustion ; Boilers ; Nitrogen oxides ; Air pollution ; Fuel oil ; Natural gas ; Flue gases ; Burners ; Electric power generators ; Heat transfer ; Correlation ; Numerical analysis ; Data processing ; Computer programs ; Tests ; Carbon monoxide ; Carbon dioxide ; Oxygen ; Air pollution control ; Combustion modification|
|Collation||xi, 93 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.|
The report describes analyses of a large number of emissions, operating conditions, and boiler configuration data from full-scale, multiple-burner electric utility boilers using natural gas and low-sulfur oil fuels. The report includes: (1) a discussion of the major combustion process modications resulting in NOx emission reductions due to two-stage combustion, burners out-of-service, combustion air temperature reduction, load reduction, and excess air variations; (2) estimates of NOx minima achievable in the boilers studied with current hardware; (3) estimates of most probable longer term hardware and operating condition modifications likely to yield ultimate NOx reductions with these fuels; (4) identification and verification of general mechanisms for the combustion and flame instabilities observed; and (5) a list of all of the hardware configurations, operating conditions, and NOx, CO, O2, and CO2 emissions data for 428 tests in eight full-scale, multiple-burner, face-fired electric utility boilers using natural gas and low-sulfur oil fuels.
Project Officer: Robert E. Hall. The Aerospace Corporation, Environment and Energy Conservation Division "January 1975." "EPA-650/2-75-012." PB 241 918--National Technical Information Service.