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A Review of Desulfurization Technology using Limestone in Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler Type Power Plant
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A Review of Desulfurization Technology using Limestone in Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler Type Power Plant
Baek, Chul-Seoung; Seo, Jun-Hoyung; Ahn, Ji-Whan; Han, Chon; Cho, Kae-Hong;
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 Abstract
This study investigated that status of domestic and international furnace desulfurization and desulfurization characteristics of limestone for fluidized bed use depending on the technology for CFBC one of the CCPs. Limestone-based desulfurizing agent is one of the superior elements which are optimal at around on high temperature desulfurization. And effectiveness of desulfurization process can be determined by the desulfurization experiment method such as diffusion reaction of the diaphragm of the absorber surface, the size of the particles, the pores of the quantity, size and structure. And, desulfurization efficiency depending on geological and crystallographic properties and calcination process of limestone needs additional research in the future.
 Keywords
High temperature dry desulfurization;Circulating fluidized bed combustion (CFBC);Desulfurizating agent;Limestone;Calcium oxide;
 Language
Korean
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