Open image in new window Innovative Technologies in the Repowering of the Nizhnekamsk CHPP by Upgrading the TGME-464 Boiler to Combust Pulverized Petroleum Coke
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The repowering project of the Nizhnekamsk CHPP involves upgrading the main and accessory boiler equipment to allow flame combustion of pulverized petroleum coke (petcoke) produced by a TANEKO delayed coking unit. The scope of work includes equipping the gas-and-oil fired boiler with a burner arrangement for petcoke combustion and providing central coal pulverization and pneumatic ash handling. To meet the atmospheric emission requirements, it is necessary to equip the boilers with a selective catalytic reduction installation, high-efficiency electrostatic precipitators, and a desulfurization plant.
Keywordsboiler petroleum coke central pulverized-coal plant nitrogen oxides sulfur dioxide fly ash selective catalytic reduction electrical precipitator flue gas desulfurization plant pneumatic ash handling
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