Monitoring of Ash Fouling and Internal Scale Deposits in Pulverized Coal Fired Boilers

Jan Taler, PhD, Marcin Trojan, PhD and Dawid Taler, PhD
Cracow University of Technology, Cracow, Poland

Series: Energy Science, Engineering and Technology, Mathematics Research Developments
BISAC: SCI024000

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The mathematical model of a steam boiler has been developed, showing the influence of water-wall slagging and superheater fouling on the boiler performance. With traditional methods, operators often are not able to detect the critical build-up of deposits on the specific heating surfaces of the boiler. The mathematical model can be used as a boiler slagging and fouling simulator to monitor the boiler operation when the boiler heating surfaces become covered with ash deposits. In addition, the computer-based boiler performance system, presented in reference, has been implemented to provide a quantitative assessment of cleanliness of the surfaces in the furnace and the convective pass. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

SIMULATION OF FURNACE SLAGGING AND SUPERHEATER FOULING

MONITORING OF THERMAL – HYDRAULIC OPERATING CONDITIONS

RESULTS

MONITORING OF INTERNAL SCALE DEPOSITS

DESIGN OF THE FLUX-TUBE

THEORY

ON-LINE MONITORING OF WATER-WALL TUBES

TEST CASES

BOILER TESTS

CONCLUSIONS

NOMENCLATURE

GREEK SYMBOL

SUBSCRIPTS

REFERENCES

INDEX

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