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Rated thermal efficiency: 100-104%

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    The principal mechanism of NOx formation while firing natural gas is thermal NOx, which is very different than firing coal with a modern boiler where NOx is mostly fuel NOx. Thermal NOx occurs through the thermal disassociation and subsequent reaction of nitrogen (N2) and Oxygen (O2) molecules in the combustion air which is approximately 78% N2 Get Price

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    A periodic boiler flue-gas analysis is the best indicator that an adequate supply of combustion air exists. This, and any necessary burner adjustments, should be performed by a trained technician with the proper equipment to measure the amount of excess oxygen and/or carbon dioxide and ppm of carbon monoxide.Get Price

  • 9.1.1. Carbon Dioxide Capture Approaches | netl.doe.gov

    Post-combustion CO 2 capture is primarily applicable to conventional natural gas and pulverized coal-fired (PC) power generation. In a typical PC power plant, fuel is burned with air in a boiler to produce steam, which drives a turbine to generate electricity. The boiler exhaust, or flue gas, consists mostly of nitrogen (N 2), and CO 2.Get Price

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    The principal mechanism of NOx formation while firing natural gas is thermal NOx, which is very different than firing coal with a modern boiler where NOx is mostly fuel NOx. Thermal NOx occurs through the thermal disassociation and subsequent reaction of nitrogen (N2) and Oxygen (O2) molecules in the combustion air which is approximately 78% N2 Get Price

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    The flue gases should leave the boiler at a temperature as low as possible to minimize the flue gas losses. Usually either economics, equipment, or corrosion issues limit the flue gas to 150–200°C. Neither all of the carbon nor all of the carbohydrates in the …Get Price

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    A periodic boiler flue-gas analysis is the best indicator that an adequate supply of combustion air exists. This, and any necessary burner adjustments, should be performed by a trained technician with the proper equipment to measure the amount of excess oxygen and/or carbon dioxide and ppm of carbon monoxide.Get Price

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    of VOC species in the natural gas fuel (e.g., formaldehyde and benzene) may also contribute to VOC emissions if they are not completely combusted in the boiler. Sulfur Oxides - Emissions of SO2 from natural gas-fired boilers are low because pipeline quality natural gas typically has sulfur levels of 2,000 grains per million cubic feet.Get Price

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    The purpose of combustion controls is to: 1. control fuel flow and air flow into the furnace 2. maintain the proper ratio of air to flue gas 3. maintain the proper ratio of air to fuel 4. maintain the correct furnace pressure in a balanced system 5. maintain a negative pressure in the furnace when using a force draft fan a) 1, 2, 3 b) 2, 3, 4 c Get Price

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    The purpose of combustion controls is to: 1. control fuel flow and air flow into the furnace 2. maintain the proper ratio of air to flue gas 3. maintain the proper ratio of air to fuel 4. maintain the correct furnace pressure in a balanced system 5. maintain a negative pressure in the furnace when using a force draft fan a) 1, 2, 3 b) 2, 3, 4 c Get Price

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