flue gas


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flue gas

[′flü ‚gas]
(engineering)
Gaseous combustion products from a furnace.
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While burning this kind of fuel nitrogen oxides in the flue gas are mainly formed from nitrogen content in the fuel.
The aim of the injection of technical water after the steam superheater of the boiler activates the free calcium oxide in the OS fly ash and the increase of the efficiency of the flue gas desulphurisation by it [8].
1992) proposed an open absorption system for flue gas heat recovery using the liquid desiccant as the cycling medium.
One of its five steam boiler units is coal-fired whose pollutants are filtered out downstream in a flue gas desulphurisation unit.
Oscar Graff, head of CCS at Aker Solutions, said: "We have been developing a robust amine solvent to handle the challenging flue gas at waste-to-energy plants.
Flue gas desulphurization market report assesses the market opportunity for flue gas desulphurization devices, equipment, or machinery.
The Asia-Pacific Flue gas desulphurization (FGD) market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6.
After the installation of such condenser units power plants do not release the flue gas with the temperature of 120-170[degrees]C directly from the boiler into the atmosphere, but direct the flue gas into the condenser, where it is cooled to 30-50[degrees]C, which is below the dew point of water vapor.
The EOR project involves the separation and capture of CO2 from flue gas emitted from Unit 8 of NRG's WA Parish generation station, a coal-fired power generation plant, located approximately 60 kilometers southwest of Houston, Texas, and injection of the CO2 into nearby West Ranch oil field to boost crude oil production.
The innovative ANDRITZ flue gas cleaning technology is based on the combination of electrostatic precipitator and flue gas scrubber.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONThe analysis of stack flue gas (reactor feed) is shown inTables 1.