Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-B.1922.214.171.1249
Title & Authors
A study on Ash size and its distribution on cleaning of ceramic candle filter Jeong, Jin-Do; Lee, Jung-Beom; Kim, Jong-Yeong;
Protection of gas turbine blade from its erosion and abrasion at high temperature and pressure is the first goal to cleanup the hot gas upstream for IGCC and PFBC. Ceramic filters represent an attractive technology for particle removal at high temperature and high pressure condition. They have demonstrated being a good system for improvement of thermal efficiency and reduction of effluent pollutants in advanced coal-based power systems such as IGCC and PFBC. Ceramic filter elements currently being developed were evaluated in the previous paper. In this paper, we measured the ash size and distribution on cleaning of ceramic candle filter. The results are as follows : in this experimental range, ceramic candle filter was shown to be fully adequate for the removal process of dust under high temperature and pressure. Also filtration efficiency of ceramic candle filter was higher than 98% compared with the regulation limit of particle size in gas turbine inlet.
Distribution of Ash Size;Aerodynamic Diameter of Ash;Ash Characteristics;Pore Size;IGCC;Integrated Coal Gasification Combined Cycle;Ceramic Candle Filter;