Characterization of biomass combustion at high temperatures based on an upgraded single particle model

@inproceedings{Li2015CharacterizationOB,
  title={Characterization of biomass combustion at high temperatures based on an upgraded single particle model},
  author={Jun Li and Manosh C. Paul and Tobias S. R{\"o}tting and Ian M. C. Watson and Mustaque Hossain and Stephen Welch},
  year={2015}
}
Biomass co-firing is becoming a promising solution to reduce CO2 emissions, due to its renewability and carbon neutrality. Biomass normally has high moisture and volatile contents, complicating its combustion behavior, which is significantly different from that of coal. A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) combustion model of a single biomass particle is employed to study high-temperature rapid biomass combustion. The two-competing-rate model and kinetics/diffusion model are used to model… CONTINUE READING
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