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Publisher DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2013.06.023
Title: Flue gas concentrations and efficiencies of a coal-fired Oxyfuel power plant with circulating fluidised bed combustion
Language: English
Authors: Weng, Matthias 
Günther, Claas 
Kather, Alfons 
Keywords: CCS;Oxyfuel;flue gas recirculation;circulating fluidised bed;CFBC
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2013
Publisher: Elsevier
Source: Energy Procedia (37): 1480-1489 (2013)
Journal or Series Name: Energy procedia 
Conference: 11th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, 18-22 November 2012, Kyoto, Japan 
Abstract (english): In contrast to an Oxyfuel process with pulverised coal (PC) firing, possible advantages of a circulating fluidised bed combustion (CFBC) are the in-furnace sulphur dioxide removal - no additional sulphur dioxide removal downstream the steam generator might be necessary - And the feasibility for concepts with a reduced flue gas recirculation. In [1] design conditions for the overall process of an Oxyfuel CFBC with highest flue gas recirculation up to 75 % are compared to concepts with less recycled flue gas. Compared to [1], this work is not focussed on design aspects of the steam generator but rather on the changing structure of auxiliary power demand of an integrated overall process caused by a reduced flue gas recirculation. At full load operation and under realistic boundary conditions achievable efficiencies of an Oxyfuel CFBC will be examined and compared to the PC-fired Oxyfuel process. © 2013 The Author.
DOI: 10.15480/882.2149
ISSN: 1876-6102
Institute: Energietechnik M-5 
Type: (wissenschaftlicher) Artikel
Project: FKZ 0327872A 
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