The Effect of Operation Conditions on Slagging
Operation conditions have effect on slagging as due to changes of the flue gas temperature and the heat flux so due to changes of slagging properties of the fly ash. The effect of the sane factor for various coal types and boiler zones may differ not only in degree but has opposite sign. Besides, the effect of the factor may be various depending on a combination of the other factors.
The experimental results confirmed the above idea. It also presents examples of a successful decrease of a slagging with the change of operating conditions.
KeywordsCoal Dust Coal Type Kuznetsk Coal Slag Coal Furnace Exit
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