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Study of flue gas condensing for biofuel fired heat and power plants; Studie av roekgaskondensering foer biobraensleeldade kraftvaermeanlaeggningar

Abstract

This report considers questions regarding flue gas condensing plants connected to bio-fuelled heat and power plants. The report consists of two parts, one where nine existing plants are described regarding technical issues and regarding the experience from the different plants. Part two is a theoretical study where heat balance calculations are made to show the technical and economical performance in different plant configurations and operating conditions. Initially the different parts in the flue gas condensing plant are described. Tube, plate and scrubber condensers are described briefly. The different types of humidifiers are also described, rotor, cross-stream plate heat exchanger and scrubber. Nine flue gas-condensing plants have been visited. The plants where chosen considering it should be bio-fuel fired plant primarily heat and power plants. Furthermore we tried to get a good dissemination considering plant configuration, supplier, geographical position, operating situation and plant size. The description of the different plants focuses on the flue gas condenser and the belonging components. The fuel, flue gas and condensate composition is described as well as which materials are used in the different parts of the plant. The experience from operating the plants and the reasons of why they decided to chose the actual condenser  More>>
Publication Date:
Nov 01, 2000
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
SVF-719
Reference Number:
EDB-01:050304
Resource Relation:
Other Information: Figures and tables with text in English. 16 refs, 32 figs, 32 tabs; PBD: Nov 2000
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; 32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; ENERGY CONSERVATION; DUAL-PURPOSE POWER PLANTS; VAPOR CONDENSATION; FLUE GAS; COMBUSTION; BIOMASS; HUMIDIFIERS; ECONOMIC ANALYSIS; VAPOR CONDENSERS; EXPERIMENTAL DATA
OSTI ID:
20141863
Research Organizations:
Vaermeforsk, Stockholm (Sweden)
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Language:
Swedish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: Project Vaermeforsk-A9-815; ISSN 0282-3772; TRN: SE0107114
Availability:
Also available from: Vaermeforsk Service AB, SE-101 53 Stockholm, Sweden; Available to ETDE participating countries only(see www.etde.org); commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20141863
Submitting Site:
SWD
Size:
100 pages
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Axby, Fredrik, Gustafsson, J O, Nystroem, Johan, and Johansson, Kent. Study of flue gas condensing for biofuel fired heat and power plants; Studie av roekgaskondensering foer biobraensleeldade kraftvaermeanlaeggningar. Sweden: N. p., 2000. Web.
Axby, Fredrik, Gustafsson, J O, Nystroem, Johan, & Johansson, Kent. Study of flue gas condensing for biofuel fired heat and power plants; Studie av roekgaskondensering foer biobraensleeldade kraftvaermeanlaeggningar. Sweden.
Axby, Fredrik, Gustafsson, J O, Nystroem, Johan, and Johansson, Kent. 2000. "Study of flue gas condensing for biofuel fired heat and power plants; Studie av roekgaskondensering foer biobraensleeldade kraftvaermeanlaeggningar." Sweden.
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title = {Study of flue gas condensing for biofuel fired heat and power plants; Studie av roekgaskondensering foer biobraensleeldade kraftvaermeanlaeggningar}
author = {Axby, Fredrik, Gustafsson, J O, Nystroem, Johan, and Johansson, Kent}
abstractNote = {This report considers questions regarding flue gas condensing plants connected to bio-fuelled heat and power plants. The report consists of two parts, one where nine existing plants are described regarding technical issues and regarding the experience from the different plants. Part two is a theoretical study where heat balance calculations are made to show the technical and economical performance in different plant configurations and operating conditions. Initially the different parts in the flue gas condensing plant are described. Tube, plate and scrubber condensers are described briefly. The different types of humidifiers are also described, rotor, cross-stream plate heat exchanger and scrubber. Nine flue gas-condensing plants have been visited. The plants where chosen considering it should be bio-fuel fired plant primarily heat and power plants. Furthermore we tried to get a good dissemination considering plant configuration, supplier, geographical position, operating situation and plant size. The description of the different plants focuses on the flue gas condenser and the belonging components. The fuel, flue gas and condensate composition is described as well as which materials are used in the different parts of the plant. The experience from operating the plants and the reasons of why they decided to chose the actual condenser supplier are reported.}
place = {Sweden}
year = {2000}
month = {Nov}
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