Reduction of combustion by-products in WTE plants: O2 enrichment of underfire air in the MARTIN SYNCOM process.

@article{Gohlke2001ReductionOC,
  title={Reduction of combustion by-products in WTE plants: O2 enrichment of underfire air in the MARTIN SYNCOM process.},
  author={Oliver Gohlke and Matthias Busch},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2001},
  volume={42 5-7},
  pages={545-50}
}
The SYNCOM process involves oxygen enrichment of underfire air, recirculation of flue gas and a combustion control system using infrared thermography of the waste layer on the grate. At the demonstration plant in Coburg, operational reliability and plant availability using SYNCOM could be proven under real disposal conditions with a waste throughput of 7 t/h. Oxygen enrichment of the underfire air promotes the destruction of pollutants due to the high oxygen partial pressures and temperatures… CONTINUE READING

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