By Clive Davies
Calculations in Furnace expertise provides the theoretical and useful points of furnace expertise. This e-book presents info pertinent to the advance, program, and potency of furnace know-how.
Organized into 8 chapters, this booklet starts off with an outline of the exothermic reactions that happen while carbon, hydrogen, and sulfur are burned to unencumber the power on hand within the gas. this article then evaluates the efficiencies to degree the volume of gas used, of flue gases leaving the plant, of air getting into, and the warmth misplaced to the environment. different chapters reflect on that you will need to confirm the volume of carbon discharged with the ashes, the volume and composition of any tar produced, in order that a carbon stability may be utilized. the ultimate bankruptcy describes many of the reactions in the furnace surroundings and among fees and surroundings.
This ebook is a beneficial source for gas technologists, heating and ventilating engineers, and plant operators.
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The appropriate combustion equations a r e : 2H2+ 0 2 = 2 H 20 ; C H 4+ 2 0 2 2CO+ 0 2 = 2 C 0 2; - C 0 2 + 2 H 20 . 3 (a) Calculation of theoretical air for combustion of 100 m gas at NTP. 0 to burn H 2 7-5 m 3 2 0 to burn C O 11-0 m 3 2 0 t o b u r n CH4 8-0 m 3 2 26-5 m 3 Since oxygen =21% required by volume of air, then theoretical air 26-5X100 3 = 126-2 m . 2f 3 Actual air used = 126-2 X — - = 151-4 m . 48 CALCULATIONS IN FURNACE TECHNOLOGY (b) Composition of products of combustion : N 2 from original fuel N 2 from theoretical air = 126-2x0-79 N 2 from excess air = 1 2 6 · 2 χ 0 · 2 0 χ 0 · 7 9 Total N 2 = = = 3 51-0 m 3 99-7 m 3 19-9 m = 170-6 m 0 2 from excess air = 1 2 6 - 2 x 0 - 2 0 x 0 - 2 1 C 0 2 in fuel C 0 2 from combustion of C O C 0 2 from combustion of C H 4 3 3 = = = 5-3 8-0 22-0 4-0 = 34-0 m = = 15-0 m 3 8-0 m Total H 2 0 = 23-0 m Total volume combustion products = 232-9 m Total C 0 2 H 2 0 from combustion of H 2 H 2 0 from combustion of C H 4 m3 m3 m3 m 3 3 3 3 Analysis of products of combustion : _ Γ70-9Χ100 - " 232-9 - N a ° _ 5-3X100 --Ύΰ9~ 2 C O , - * * ™ u o EXAMPLE = 23-0X100 ' 232-9 _ ~ 73 2 / °- 2 2 / °· =1*6%.
Specific heat of steam - 1-92 k J / k g °C. H e a t of condensation of moisture at 15°C = 2454 k J / k g . Ambient temperature = 15°C. ] Taking a unit weight of 100 kg coal the following is the composition in kg-mol: 67-9 C = —— = 5-66 k g - a t o m ; 4-4 H 2 = — = 2-2 kg-mol; S = ^ N2 = ^ O a = J? = 0-025 k g - a t o m ; = 0-25 kg-mol. = 0-058 kg-mol; 56 CALCULATIONS IN FURNACE TECHNOLOGY The combustion equations are : C+0 2 - C02; 2 H 2+ 0 2 - 2 H 20 ; S+ 0 2 - S02. Oxygen requirement = 5-66+ 1-1 + 0 0 2 5 - 0 - 2 5 = 6-535 kgmol.
The loss due t o smoke is almost impossible to determine directly. 3 can be used directly to determine if the combustion has been complete. If the oxygen in the gas is 5-4% then the carbon dioxide content should be 13-2%. If the actual carbon dioxide content is less than this then incomplete combustion is indicated. If the gas analysis is reconstituted so t h a t the carb o n monoxide present is converted to carbon dioxide, the oxygen diminished by the a m o u n t required to b u r n the carbon m o n oxide, and the percentage of each constituent recalculated then it is possible to determine whether any loss of carbon as " s m o k e " or soot has taken place.