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Laboratory evaluation of NOx reduction techniques for refinery CO boilers

Laboratory evaluation of NOx reduction techniques for refinery CO boilers

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carbon monoxide -- Environmental aspects -- United States,
  • Nitrogen oxides -- Environmental aspects -- United States,
  • Boilers

  • Edition Notes

    StatementH.B. Lange ... [et al.]
    ContributionsLange, H. B, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16802254M

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Laboratory evaluation of NOx reduction techniques for refinery CO boilers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Investigate the effects of operational var- iables on NO. formation in the boiler fur- nace, and (3) to evaluate combustion modification techniques to reduce the NOx emissions. The refinery CO boiler basically oxi- dizes CO contained in the catalytic crack- ing off-gas (CO-gas) to CO2.

Get this from a library. Laboratory evaluation of NOx reduction techniques for refinery CO boilers. [H B Lange; Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.;]. performance of a CO boiler has a detrimental influence on the operation and production of petrochemical industry, steel & iron industry, and relevant industries.

Configuration of a CO boiler for a typical petroleum refinery is shown in Fig Parametric Study of NOx Reduction by Reburning in a Carbon Monoxide Boiler Chun-Lang Yeh. low-NOx burners (LNB) and OFA. These technologies use staged combustion techniques to reduce NOx formation in the primary combustion zone.

LNB and OFA are described below. The optimum control system design may incorporate one or both of these, selected based on the capacity of the unit, fuels to be fired, and NOx reduction Size: KB.

The volumetric combustion would be an attractive technology for co-firing a large proportion of biomass in coal-fired boilers with high boiler efficiency and effective emissions reduction Discover.

Appendix J. Air Pollution Aspects of the Fluid Catalytic Cracking Process. Robert G. Kunz. Search for more papers by this author. Book Author(s). The in-flame NOx reduction technology causes the NOx to undergo a reduction reaction under the high- temperature and fuel-rich conditions immediately after the ignition of the pulverized coal.

fig. 5 shows an outline of the in-flame NOx reduction concept. Fig. 6 shows the structure of the HT-NR3 burner. Experimental and analytical evaluation of NO X emissions in with the purpose to define the main mechanism of NO X formation in bagasse-fuelled boilers. Nitrogen oxides: formation and control The increase of nitrogen oxides concentration with the reduction of the boiler load and the fuel consumption allows concluding that the Cited by: x Reduction Techniques on an Ethylene Cracking Furnace Jeffrey S.

Walker Westlake Petrochemicals Group Sulphur, Louisiana Dennis L. Salbilla Haldor Topsoe, Inc. This paper will investigate a dilemma Ethylene Producers currently face: which NO x reduction technology to select for their ethylene cracking Size: KB.

The injected mix of fuel and combustion air forms a fireball in the center of the boiler. This firing configuration is used in medium sized utility and large industrial boilers. This combustion technique holds flame temperatures down (Method 1).

In addition, chemical reduction of NOx. To further study the findings from CFD simulation showing that the refinery gas fired boiler has higher NOx emissions than when hydrogen fired, a lab scale low NOx burner initially optimized for hydrocarbon fuels has been switched to hydrogen.

The low NOx burner is a 20 kW class burner based on bluff body stabilization by: The Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) of for the first time contained provisions for reduction in nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions from existing stationary sources.

NOx emission limits have been published with both the federal government and individual states and regions issuing their own guidelines. reduction [13]. Formation of NOx emissions in industrial boilers has also been a focus of many modelling studies [].

In this paper, measures for NOx reduction and efficiency improvement applied on a MW t coal-fired boiler that co-fires biomass are presented. The goal of the project was to reduce NOx emissions by 20 to 30%.File Size: 1MB. The program had three major objectives: (1) to simulate in the laboratory a full-scale refinery CO boiler, (2) to investigate the effects of operational variables on NOx formation in the boiler.

The target reduction level of 70% was achieved only on a short-term basis with higher gas consumption. The thermal performance of coal-fired boilers is not significantly affected by GR-LNB. Convective section steam temperatures can be controlled within acceptable limits.

Efficient boiler operation depends greatly on the proper distribution of fuel and air supplies to the combustion chamber. Heat rate, emissions (NOx, CO, CO2, particulates) and collateral operating problems, such as corrosion, slagging or high carbon-in.

NOx- REDUCTION WITH STAGED COMBUSTION - COMPARISON OF EXPERIMENTAL AND MODELLING RESULTS 2 Joint Meeting of the Portuguese, British, Spanish and Swedish Section of the Combustion Institute, Madeira, Test runs with air-staged combustion were carried out for a wide range of brown and hard coals from Europe and Australia.

NOx Emissions from Utility Boilers Emission Standards Division U. Environmental Protection Agency Non-Catalytic Reduction. Low NOx Burners with Advanced Overfire Summary of Carbon Monoxide Data from Natural Gas- and Oil-Fired Boilers with Combustion.

Fuel effi ciency is the only way to reduce CO2 from the combustion process. Fuel effi ciency equates to savings, providing a return of investment. EFFICIENCY = NOx, CO & CO2 REDUCTION This approach provides the opportunity to meet environmental standards while lowering the heat rate of Size: 86KB.

reduction (in some cases by 50%) occurs due to the rapid reduction of recycled NO x into cyanide (HCN) and ammonia (NH 3); • A large reduction of unburnt carbon in fly ash is obtained; and • Increasing O 2 concentration decreases CO emission.

However, the decrease in CO. A summary of the measured NOx emissions reduction as a function of the biomass cofiring percentage for a number of full-scale biomass cofiring demonstrations and pilot-scale results is plotted in Figure 1 on a % biomass cofired on a mass basis and.

Evaluation of Gas Reburning and Low N0x Burners on a Wall Fired Boiler Technical Report Under the U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Coal Technology Program (Round 3), a project was completed to demonstrate control of boiler NOX emissions and to a lesser degree, due to coal replacement, SO2 emissions.

Foerter D, Jozewicz W () Cost of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) application for nox control on coal-fired boilers. EPA//R/ U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC Google Scholar. Costs of reduction techniques of SO 2 By products and side effects References used in chapter 3 4 General issues for NOx General issues Fuel switching Fuel cleaning Primary measures Secondary measures Costs of NOx emission reduction techniques Side effects.

In advanced reburning, the NO reduction dramatically increased on the basis of coal reburning before NSRCited by: 4. Hurst boilers are designed and engineered with larger furnaces, providing for inherently lower NOx emissions.

To produce lower emissions, our boilers employ technologies such as; gas and air pre-mix, flue gas recirculation, and thermal reduction.

The Advanced Tangentially Fired Combustion Techniques for the Reduction of Nitrogen Oxides (NO) Emissions From Coal-Fired BoilersX Demonstration Project: A DOE Assessment March U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory P.O. BoxCollins Ferry Road Morgantown, WV and P.O.

BoxCochrans. million Btu/h, to 49 vppm. CO emissions fluctuated with the oxygen content and remained below vppm during all tests. The boiler was operated in manual mode and the oxygen content was set by the operator. The boiler’s maximum output was not achieved due to a limitation dictated by the host site natural gas : David Cygan.

of the EPA's estimate of a 90 percent reduction of NOx emissions from lean-burn engines using SCR. GRI intends to continue investigating NOx control techniques for natural gas lean-burn engines and NOx emissions monitoring techniques.

This white paper includes information on SCR that could beFile Size: 5MB. Evaluation of Sulfide Corrosion Conditions in Pulverized Coal Fired Thermal Power Plant Boilers.

Authors; along with actual applied results of evaluation techniques for a sulfide corrosion environment using an in-furnace of an active boiler. Keywords Sulfide corrosion NOx Reduction atmosphere Boiler tube Cited by: 2.

NO x reduction is important in lowering the levels of NO x being released into the atmosphere during combustion. When a form of NO x reduction is used, it is important to have accurate measurements of not only NO but also NO 2 because the ratio of NO to NO 2 is changed.

The traditional NO 2 amounts as a percent of total NOX (10% or factor) cannot be used when NO x reducing methods are used. How is NOx Formed. In industrial boilers, NOx is primarily formed in two ways: thermal NOx; fuel NOx. Thermal NOx is formed when nitrogen and oxygen in the combustion air combine with one another at the high temperatures in a flame.

Thermal NOx makes up the majority of NOx formed during the combustion of gases and light oils. NOX reduction technology designed to greatly reduce the NOX emissions from waste to energy (WTE) boilers at relatively low cost. This “tail-end” system uses Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) to achieve the high reduction performance.

It also describes the flaring measurement techniques and the reduction of the flare gas by studying the different methods of flare gas recovery systems. during the evaluation of a gas-oil potential test as an indication of the capacity of the well for production.

Carbon monoxide CO Carbon dioxide CO 2 File Size: 1MB. Total industrial boiler system costs can then be determined by multiplying these unit costs by the number of low NOX burners or OFA ports required for that particular industrial boiler size.

For oil- and gas- fired boilers, typically there is a single burner in boilers smaller than million Btu/hr heat input. Abstract This paper presents the fundamentals and results of the application of a novel technological approach called 'Controlled Furnace' to the combustion efficiency improvement and emissions reduction (CO2, CO, NOx) in refinery boilersAuthor: Miguel Morales, Francisco Rodriguez, Enrique Tova, Miguel Angel Portilla, Luis Canadas, Jose Luis Vi.

API STD 3rd Edition, September Complete Document This document covers the following methods of post-combustion NOx reduction for both new and retrofit applications: and industrial and power boilers used in petrochemical and general refinery services.

The same fundamental NOx control technologies and systems may also be applied. Selective Use of Oxygen and In-Furnace Combustion Techniques for NO x Reduction in Coal Burning CycloneTM Boilers BR H. Sarv, A.N. Sayre and G.J. Maringo Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group, Inc. Barberton, Ohio, U.S.A.

Varagani and S. Levesque Air. of regeneration and desulphation techniques which are a crucial factor in the potential success of NOx traps will be presented. Section gives an overview of alternative solutions for NOx reduction such as DeNOx catalysts, selective catalytic reduction (SCR), and non-thermal plasma technology, while SectionFile Size: KB.

New technology. A relatively new NOx control technology [COOLfuel(tm)] developed by John Zink Co. has seen fairly widespread application in refining/petrochemical and boiler applications, and is being used in steel industry applications for the first time.

The NOx control technology was tested for a major U.S. heat treating plant that initiated a project aimed at reducing NOx emissions from. SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) is a means of converting NOx with the aid of a catalyst into diatomic nitrogen (N2), and water (H2O).

In contrast, with SNCR (Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction), either ammonia or urea is injected into the boiler to react with the nitrogen oxides .This recommended practice covers the mechanical description, operation, maintenance, and test procedures of post-combustion NO x control equipment for fired equipment in general refinery service.

It does not cover reduced NOx formation through combustion design techniques, such as flue gas recirculation (FGR) and staged combustion.Hunt shall implement at the Covered Refineries various NOx emission reduction measures and techniques to achieve system-wide NOx emission levels for certain identified heaters and boilers at the Covered Refineries.

A. Initial Inventory, Annual Update, and Compliance Plan for Hunt Refineries.