Development of CO2 Emission Factor by Fuel and CO2 analysis at Sub-bituminous Fired Power Plant

Title & Authors
Development of CO2 Emission Factor by Fuel and CO2 analysis at Sub-bituminous Fired Power Plant
Jeon, Eui-Chan; Sa, Jae-Hwan;

Abstract
The main purpose of this study was to develop the greenhouse gas emission factor for power plant using sub-bituminous coal. In Korea, Fired power plant are a major source of greenhouse gases within the fossil fuel combustion sectors, thus the development of emission factors is necessary to understand the characteristics of the national specific greenhouse gas emission and to develop nation specific emission factors. These emission factors were derived from the $\small{CO_2}$ concentrations measurement from stack and fuel analysis of sub-bituminous coal. Caloric value of sub-bituminous coal used in the power plants were 5,264 (as received basis), 5,936 (air-dried basis) and 6,575 kcal/kg (dry basis). The C emission factors by fuel analysis and $\small{CO_2}$ concentration measurement was estimated to be 26.7($\small{{\pm}0.9}$), 26.3($\small{{\pm}2.8}$)tC/MJ, respectively. Our estimates of C emission factors were comparable with IPCC default value.
Keywords
carbon dioxide;sub-bituminous;greenhouse gas emission factor;climate change;
Language
Korean
Cited by
1.
B-C유 화력발전소 보일러의 Non-CO2 온실가스 배출계수 개발 연구,이시형;김진수;김옥헌;이정우;이성호;전의찬;

한국대기환경학회지, 2011. vol.27. 1, pp.41-49
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