The Effect of Dustiness of Combustion Products and Coagulation Processes on the Parameters of Submicron Particles Resulting from Coal Burning
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Homogeneous–heterogeneous bulk condensation of potassium sulfate vapor has been numerically simulated in a dusty vapor–gas flow of coal combustion products upon their cooling along a technological path. A closed model that we have proposed for the formation of submicron particles in coal combustion products has been employed. Data have been obtained on the concentration and size distribution of particles formed at varied parameters of heterogeneous condensation sites and rates of variations in the temperature of the flow. Variations in the relative contributions of the homogeneous and heterogeneous mechanisms with variations in flow dustiness have been considered. A criterion enabling one to judge the effect of flow dustiness on the bulk condensation process has been proposed. This criterion takes into account both dust parameters and rate of temperature variations in a condensation zone. Data have been presented on the influence of coagulation processes on the parameters of submicron particles resulting from coal combustion.
This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project no. 16-08-00182a.
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