The main elements of a strategy for combined utilization of industrial and municipal waste from neighboring regions by burning it as part of composite fuels

Dmitrii Glushkov, Geniy Kuznetsov, Kristina Paushkina, Dmitrii Shabardin

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An experimental study has been conducted into the ignition and combustion processes of composite fuel droplets fed into a heated muffle furnace on a holder. Consistent patterns and characteristics of physical and chemical processes have been established for a group of fuel compositions: wet coal processing waste (a mixture of fine coals and water) 85% + municipal solid waste (wood, or plastic, or rubber) 10% + used oil 5%. Burning a coal-water slurry instead of dry coal dust is characterized by a positive environmental effect. Adding used oil to a coal-water slurry results in better energy performance characteristics of the composite fuel during combustion. Adding fine municipal solid waste (MSW) to the fuel composition makes it possible to effectively recover it by burning in boiler furnaces with energy performance characteristics of combustion and environmental characteristics of flue gases that are as good as those of composite fuel compositions without MSW. Sustainability of the composite fuel ignition process and complete burnout of liquid and solid combustible components have been determined. The values of the guaranteed ignition delay times for droplets with a size (diameter) of about 2 mm have been established for the composite fuel compositions under study in the ambient temperature range 600-1000 °C. The minimum values of ignition delay times are about 3 s, the maximum values are about 15 s under the near-threshold ignition conditions. The obtained findings enabled to elaborate the main elements of the strategy for combined recovery of industrial and municipal waste by burning it as part of composite fuels.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2534
JournalEnergies
Volume11
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2018

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Keywords

  • Coal processing waste
  • Composite fuel
  • Energy production
  • Municipal solid waste
  • Oil refining waste
  • Waste management

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Energy (miscellaneous)
  • Control and Optimization
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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The main elements of a strategy for combined utilization of industrial and municipal waste from neighboring regions by burning it as part of composite fuels. / Glushkov, Dmitrii; Kuznetsov, Geniy; Paushkina, Kristina; Shabardin, Dmitrii.

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