The Effect of Biodiesel Blend Fuels As Reductants on NOx Conversion Efficiency of HC_SCR

• Journal title : Journal of Energy Engineering
• Volume 24, Issue 4,  2015, pp.140-145
• Publisher : The Korea Society for Energy Engineering
• DOI : 10.5855/ENERGY.2015.24.4.140
Title & Authors
The Effect of Biodiesel Blend Fuels As Reductants on NOx Conversion Efficiency of HC_SCR
Song, Hoyoung; Lee, Minho; Kim, Kiho;

Abstract
This study was aimed at analyzing NOx conversion characteristics in the HC-SCR with biodiesel content changes of the secondary fuel injection (BD0, BD10, BD25). Test conditions for temperature were set to $\small{290^{\circ}C}$, $\small{320^{\circ}C}$ and $\small{350^{\circ}C}$ considering the upstream temperature of a HC-SCR, distillation of the secondary injected fuels and etc. The amount of fuel injection was adjusted with a fixed space velocity of 55,000(1/h). According to the test results of distillation, the T90 was the same level about $\small{350^{\circ}C}$ on all test fuels and the amount of evaporation was reduced at lower than $\small{350^{\circ}C}$ temperature condition with increasing biodiesel content. As biodiesel content which is mixed with the secondary injected fuel is increased, NOx reduction efficiency was determined to decrease. The difference of the Nox reduction ratio in a high temperature condition($\small{320^{\circ}C}$ and $\small{350^{\circ}C}$) than the low temperature($\small{290^{\circ}C}$) was more significant. These results are thought to be poor evaporation properties (distillation) and high molecular weight of the biodiesel.
Keywords
HC-SCR;Biodiesel;NOx;Reductant;Space velocity;
Language
Korean
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