A New Distinguish Method of Blending Coals Slagging Characteristic

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DOI: 10.4236/epe.2011.33043   PDF   HTML     5,064 Downloads   8,250 Views  

Abstract

The slagging characteristic of coal effects the safe operation of boiler unit directly, the study on coal slagging is paid more and more attention by scholars of the world. Because of the complexity of coal characteristic, the blending coals slagging characteristic is more complex than single coal. The study method of blending coals characteristic is the same as the single coal method, but the simple method can’t distinguish the blending coals slagging characteristic well and truly. This paper gives the new distinguish method of blending coals slagging characteristic based on experimentation condition, it is the rate of slag and furnace refuse. The rate of slagging on furnace wall and the refuse on furnace bottom has utilized to distinguish the slagging characteristic of coal. The result shows that the rate of slag and furnace refuse method has better veracity.

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Y. Li, "A New Distinguish Method of Blending Coals Slagging Characteristic," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2011, pp. 343-347. doi: 10.4236/epe.2011.33043.

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