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Use of oxygen-enriched gas for the oxidation of acid and fluxed taconite pellets
L. A. Haas
|Other titles||Use of oxygen enriched gas for the oxidation of acid and fluxed taconite pellets|
|Statement||by Larry A. Haas, John C. Nigro, and Robert C. Moe|
|Series||Report of investigations -- 9473, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 9473|
|Contributions||Nigro, John C, Moe, Robert C, United States. Bureau of Mines|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 22 p.|
|Number of Pages||22|
Waghmare et al., International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology E-ISSN Int J Adv Engg Tech/Vol. V/Issue II/April-June,/ Review Article POWER ENHANCEMENT USING OXYGEN ENRICHED AIR: A CRITICAL REVIEW Shamal Indulkar1, Sayali Dongare 2, Sachin N Waghmare 3* Address for Correspondence. A separation process, similar to the reverse osmosis membrane process for the desalination of water, can be used for the separation and enrichment of multi-component gas streams. The development of new processing methods and modular packing systems together with advanced commercialization of desalination systems now makes similar processes for gas separation Author: Jack Fischer, Lowell J. Burnett.
consumption and nitrogen oxides emissions reductions and productivity increase W. Blasiak1, W. H. Yang*1, K. Narayanan1 and J. von Sche´ele2 In order to achieve very low emission of nitrogen oxides, a flameless combustion process that uses oxygen, the so called flameless oxyfuel combustion, has been developed. This new. The principal source of NOx is the oxidation of atmospheric nitrogen. The NOx level also depends on the burned gas fraction of the in-cylinder unburned gas mixture. and spark timing. The burned gas fraction depends on the amount of diluent including recycled exhaust gas (EGR) used for NOx emission control, as well as the residual gas fraction.
1 MWt test conditions Parameter Full load Partial load Air case Oxy case Air case Oxy case Coal flow rate kg/hr 72 72 Primary velocity m/s 20 23 17 21 Secondary velocity m/s 35 21 18 12 Secondary swirl number - Primary momentum fluxPrimary momentum flux kg/s.m 22/s 35 54 20 36 Secondary momentum flux kg/s.m 2/s . The use of pellets is increasingly becoming a significant mode of operation in the iron and steel industry, as shown in Table Pellets are made by rolling fine iron ore mixed with a binder to form "green" pellets (about 3/8 inch to 1 inch in diameter) which are then heated. Bentonite, the usual clay binder, is the principal additive.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haas, L.A. (Larry A.). Use of oxygen-enriched gas for the oxidation of acid and fluxed taconite pellets.
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of Interior, Bureau of Mines edition, in EnglishPages: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC twenty four seven. Use of oxygen-enriched gas for the oxidation of acid and fluxed taconite pellets.
The rate of magnetite oxidation increased directly with the gas oxygen content during the preheat period at deg C and above. With 30 pct (or more) O2 and a preheat rate of deg C/min.
Use of oxygen-enriched gas for the oxidation of acid and fluxed taconite pellets. of domestic acid and fluxed magnetite pellets by modifying the oxygen content during the preheat and induration periods of the firing operation.
of Mines is investigating ways of enhancing the high- temperature softening-melting (htsm) properties of Cited by: 2. L.A. Haas, J.C. Nigro and R.C. Moe: Use of Oxygen-Enriched Gas for the Oxidation of Acid and Fluxed Taconite Pellets.
Bureau of Mines Report of Investigations US Department of the Interior, Cited by: 9. "The U.S. Bureau of Mines, in cooperation with Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc. (Hibbing, Minnesota), investigated ways of enhancing the quality (compressive strength, after-tumble and reducibility) of domestic acid and fluxed magnetite pellets by modifying th Cited by: 9.
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Effect of Using Oxygen-Enriched Gas during Induration Process of Iron Ore Pellets Containing Solid Fuel. The use of pure oxygen instead of air in chemical reactions must be thoroughly evaluated. Table 2 sum-marizes several general guidelines that indicate where the use of oxygen can usually be economically justified (6).
Energy efficiency From an energy efficiency perspective, the nitrogen and argon in combustion air are detrimental, because theyFile Size: 1MB. Oxygen enriched combustion is one of the attractive combustion technologies to control pollution and improve combustion in diesel engines.
An experimental test was conducted on a single cylinder direct injection diesel engine to study the impact of oxygen enrichment on pollution and performance parameters by increasing the oxygen concentration of intake air from 21 to 27% Cited by: Energy Tips – Process Heating Process Heating Tip Sheet #3 • September Industrial Technologies Program Oxygen-Enriched Combustion When a fuel is burned, oxygen in the combustion air chemically combines with the hydrogen and carbon in the fuel to form water and carbon dioxide, releasing heat in the Size: KB.
Enriching or replacing process air with oxygen during combustion reduces the amount of nitrogen in the process. This reduces the flue gas volume, improves thermal efficiency, increases throughput rates, and reduces energy requirements.
Our industry specialists can help you determine the optimal supply method to meet your needs. The use of oxygen-enriched air, instead of ambient air, can significantly improve the energy efficiency of combustion processes and reduce the cost of CO2 capture from flue gases throughout manufacturing industries.
This study examines the overall energy savings and economic benefits that can be obtained using oxygen-enriched combustion based on novel. Historically, the primary use of oxy-fuel combustion has been in welding and cutting of metals, especially steel, since oxy-fuel allows for higher flame temperatures than can be achieved with an air-fuel flame.
There is currently research being done in firing fossil-fueled power plants with an oxygen-enriched gas mix instead of air. Oxidation process of gas mixture of hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) and methane (CH 4) in a non-premixed flame and formation of COS and CS 2 has been studied under oxygen deficient condition.
Premixed fuel consisting of H 2 S and CH 4 with constant molar ratios () was injected and air was varied from the stoichiometric to the fuel rich condition (equivalence ratio, Cited by: 2.
Possibility of Combustion Furnace Operation with Oxygen-Enriched Gas from Nitrogen Generator Xinyu Ming, Dan S. Borgnakke, Marco A.
Campos, Pawel Olszewski, Arvind Atreya, Claus Borgnakke University of Michigan, Mechanical Engineering ABSTRACT Nitrogen gas is used in a wide variety of industrial processes. Many facilities generateFile Size: KB. Home» Oxygen-Enriched Combustion. This tip sheet discusses how an increase in oxygen in combustion air can reduce the energy loss in the exhaust gases and increase process heating system efficiency.
PROCESS HEATING TIP SHEET #3. Oxygen-Enriched Combustion (September ). industrial processes. Here are the methods of oxygen-enriched combustion and oxy-fuel combustion. 1. Oxygen-Enriched Combustion Oxygen-enriched combustion is the combustion art that oxygen enrichment by the addition of high-purity oxygen to the air.
Generally, the concentration of oxygen in the oxygen-enriched combustion is about 30%.File Size: KB.High-efﬁciency combustion of natural gas with 21–30% oxygen-enriched air Kuo-Kuang Wua, Yu-Cheng Changb, Chiun-Hsun Chenb, Young-Da Chenb,* a Energy and Environment Research Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Bldg.
64, Sec. 4, Chung Hsing Rd., Chutung, HsinchuTaiwan, ROC bDepartment of Mechanical Engineering, National .When a furnace has been converted to be oxygen enriched, throughput can be increased for the same fuel input because of the higher flame temperature, the increased heat transfer to the load, and a reduced flue gas Air enrichment can increase both the flame temperature and the thermal efficiency of the furnace.
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