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Highlights ► Temperature distributions in pulverized-coal fired furnaces were reconstructed. ► The reconstruction technique uses CCD cameras by the inverse radiation analysis. ► Reconstructed temperature distributions can reproduce the actual main features. ► This technique has a good...
Highlights ► The brake thermal efficiency is increased for 70 L/min of H 2 /O 2 addition. ► The fuel consumption is reduced for 50–70 L/min of H 2 /O 2 addition. ► The emissions of HC, CO, and CO 2 were reduced due to improved combustion and the absence of carbon in hydrogen fuel. ► The...
Highlights ► A DMFC activation procedure was studied using in situ electrochemical methods. ► Design of Experiments methodology was applied to optimize the activation procedure. ► Our procedure was compared with other procedures reported in the literature.
Highlights ► Laminar flame speeds and Markstein lengths of DMF-iso-octane-air mixtures are obtained. ► Flame stabilities of the mixtures are analyzed. ► Correlation of flame speeds versus pressure and temperature are provided.
Highlights ► Little or no elemental mercury was found from raw, CuCl 2 -, and HCl-doped AC sorbents. ► HgCl 2 is formed as a result of the reaction between Hg(0) vapor and CuCl 2 . ► HgS is likely to be formed when Hg(0) vapor is adsorbed onto Norit DARCO-HG.
Highlights ► We provide simulation on combustion of coal volatiles using an available soot model. ► Effects of temperature, pressure and O 2 /CO 2 input on gas components are investigated. ► High CO 2 concentration offers eliminated PAHs/soot at high temperature and pressure. ► If CO 2...
Highlights ► Mercury speciation variations in flue gas at the inlet and outlet of various air pollution control devices. ► Effect of temperature, flue gas flow rate, flue gas components (HCl, SO x and NO x ) on mercury oxidation. ► Mercury oxidation in SCR systems, reemission of Hg 0 in a...
Highlights ► Heating rate during pyrolysis is inversely proportional to the thermal time constant and independent of the Biot number. ► If τ > 50 s, pyrolysis occurs in a low heating rate regime. ► Pyrolysis of wood dust and wood pellets always happen in high heating rate regimes. ►...
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