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Slag Tap Firing System for a Low Emission Boiler

@inproceedings{Ake1999SlagTF,
  title={Slag Tap Firing System for a Low Emission Boiler},
  author={T. Ake and R. Beittel and R. Lisauskas},
  year={1999}
}
The objective of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Low Emission Boiler System (LEBS) program is to dramatically improve the environmental performance of future electric power generating plants fired with pulverized coal. The Low Emission Boiler System developed by the DB Riley team under this project incorporates a low-NOx slag-tap boiler. This firing system converts the fly ash into a vitrified form which is useful as a byproduct, and which is more easily handled and disposed of if necessary. In… Expand
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