Power generation

Optimising fuel flow in pulverised coal and biomass-fired boilers, CCC/263

CCC/263 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-586-0

Poor pulverised fuel (PF) distribution to the burners has a significant, negative effect on combustion efficiency, wear of equipment and emissions, not to mention economics. The major areas of a power plant ... More...


Power plant CO2 capture heat integration, CCC/260

CCC/260 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-583-9

The output and efficiency of a coal-fired power station unit fitted with CO2 capture equipment will be significantly lower than that of a similar plant without capture because some of the energy produced by burning the fuel w... More...


Water availability and policies for the coal power sector, CCC/256

CCC/256 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-579-2

Global energy demand is rising primarily as a result of population and economic growth in the emerging economies. Meeting this growing demand will place increasing stress on limited fresh water resources with repercussions fo... More...


Application and development prospects of double-reheat coal-fired power units, CCC/255

CCC/255 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-577-8

Most pulverised coal combustion (PCC) plants employ single-reheat cycles. However, double-reheat cycles can significantly improve the electrical efficiency of PCC plants. Surprisingly, no double-reheat units have been commiss... More...


Operating experience of low grade fuels in circulating fluidised bed combustion (CFBC) boilers, CCC/253

CCC/253 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-574-4

Although subject to sometimes quite considerable short-term variations, the long term trend for the price of coal, along with other primary energy resources, is upwards. The need to protect the environment has resulted in a r... More...


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