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Title: Energy extraction from wine dregs by self-sustained burning with fluidized-bed combustor
Authors: Leu, J.-H.;Chung, Yi-Nung;Pan, T.-S.;Chen, C.-S.
Contributors: 電機工程學系
Keywords: Energy extraction;Fluidize-bed combustor;Wine dregs
Date: 2005-04
Issue Date: 2012-07-02T02:08:15Z
Abstract: The disposal of such high-moisture (up to 70%-80%) waste (wine dregs) troubles the brewery in Taiwan. The fluidized medium (sand in general) possesses the strong ability of heat reservation that makes the high-moisture waste pre-drying. In addition, the utilization of absorbed-limestone can get rid of generated SOx. It is very suitable to direct combustion of wine dregs due to its collective characteristics of pre-drying, combustion and elimination of pollutant. This paper was devoted to study the feasibility for self-sustained combustion of high-moisture Chinese Kaoliang-wine lees by Bubble-Type Fluidized-bed combustor. The results reveal that the moderate operational temperature is about 860�C with about 230mm-H2O pressure drop and 92.3% combustion efficiency for self-sustained combustion of wine lees. That is, the moisture content must be controlled below 70%. The emission of SOx (about 23ppm), NOx (about 67ppm) and participates can be neglected. The emission of CO was a vital problem, but can be suppressed to 92ppm by modulating some factors that are operational temperature, axial temperature distribution, primary air & excess air. The couple effects of these factors are studied in this paper.
Relation: IASTED International Conference on Energy and Power Systems, EPS 2005, Krabi, April 18-20, 2005
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