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The Fuel Handbook 2012; Braenslehandboken 2012

Abstract

This fuel handbook provides, from a plant owner's perspective, a method of evaluating different fuels on the market. The fuel handbook concerns renewable fuels (but not including household waste) that are available on the Swedish market today or which are judged to have the potential to be available within the next ten years. The handbook covers 31 different fuels. Analysis data, special properties, operating experience, recommendations, risks when using the fuels and literature references are outlined for each fuel. The handbook also contains 1. A proposed route to follow when one plans to introduce a new fuel. Those analyses and tests one should perform to reduce the risk of encountering problems. 2. A summary of relevant laws and taxes for energy production, with directions as to where relevant documentation can be found. 3. Theory and background to judge the fuel's combustion, ash and corrosion properties and different methods that can be used for such judgement. 4. Summary of standards, databases and handbooks for biomass fuels and other solid fuels, and details on where further information on the fuels can be found, with the help of links to different web sites. Included in the annexes are 1. A proposal for a  More>>
Publication Date:
Apr 15, 2012
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
VARMEFORSK-1234
Resource Relation:
Other Information: refs., figs., tabs. Figures and tables with text in English. Four annexes are available from: http://www.varmeforsk.se/reports
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; MANUALS; BIOFUELS; TESTING; COMBUSTION PROPERTIES; ASH CONTENT; CORROSIVE EFFECTS; RECOMMENDATIONS; HAZARDS
OSTI ID:
1041284
Research Organizations:
Vaermeforsk, Stockholm (Sweden)
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Language:
Swedish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: Project Vaermeforsk-A08-819; ISSN 1653-1248; ISSN 1653-1248; TRN: SE1207090
Availability:
Also available from: http://www.varmeforsk.se; OSTI as DE01041284
Submitting Site:
SWD
Size:
442 pages
Announcement Date:
Jun 01, 2012

Citation Formats

Stroemberg, Birgitta, and Herstad Svaerd, Solvie. The Fuel Handbook 2012; Braenslehandboken 2012. Sweden: N. p., 2012. Web.
Stroemberg, Birgitta, & Herstad Svaerd, Solvie. The Fuel Handbook 2012; Braenslehandboken 2012. Sweden.
Stroemberg, Birgitta, and Herstad Svaerd, Solvie. 2012. "The Fuel Handbook 2012; Braenslehandboken 2012." Sweden.
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title = {The Fuel Handbook 2012; Braenslehandboken 2012}
author = {Stroemberg, Birgitta, and Herstad Svaerd, Solvie}
abstractNote = {This fuel handbook provides, from a plant owner's perspective, a method of evaluating different fuels on the market. The fuel handbook concerns renewable fuels (but not including household waste) that are available on the Swedish market today or which are judged to have the potential to be available within the next ten years. The handbook covers 31 different fuels. Analysis data, special properties, operating experience, recommendations, risks when using the fuels and literature references are outlined for each fuel. The handbook also contains 1. A proposed route to follow when one plans to introduce a new fuel. Those analyses and tests one should perform to reduce the risk of encountering problems. 2. A summary of relevant laws and taxes for energy production, with directions as to where relevant documentation can be found. 3. Theory and background to judge the fuel's combustion, ash and corrosion properties and different methods that can be used for such judgement. 4. Summary of standards, databases and handbooks for biomass fuels and other solid fuels, and details on where further information on the fuels can be found, with the help of links to different web sites. Included in the annexes are 1. A proposal for a standard procedure for test burning of fuel. 2. Calculations procedures for, amongst others, heating value, flue gas composition and key numbers. In addition, calculations routines for different units for a number of different applications are provided}
place = {Sweden}
year = {2012}
month = {Apr}
}