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Study for a Secondary Air Affecting Fluid Flow in a Solid Waste Incinerator
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Study for a Secondary Air Affecting Fluid Flow in a Solid Waste Incinerator
Lee, Geum-Bae;
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As the environmental pollution can be greatly reduced and the waste heat can be also recovered through a combustion of municipal solid waste, the incineration begins to be highlighted recently in our country. But it is very difficult to be operated with constant combustion conditions for a long time as the domestic waste is composed of various components, contains a large percentage of water, and has a low heating value. Therefore, the cold flow test and partial hot flow test were conducted in the incinerator by use of injection angles of a secondary air affecting fluid flow as the first action to maintain the optimum combustion conditions. A model to a scale of 1:10 was designed and manufactured through the similarity of model and prototype flows. Velocities and temperatures were measured through the experiment. From the results, fluid flows of secondary air obtained from partial hot flow test correspond almost well with those of main flow obtained from cold flow test. Consequently, injection angles of secondary air are proved to affect main flow decisively.
Incinerator;Solid Waste;Secondary Air;Fluid Flow;Cold Flow Test;Partial Hot Flow Test;Injection Angle;
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