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Leif F. Mortensen – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Deposit Formation in the FASAN WtE Boiler as a Function of Feedstock Composition and Boiler Operation
    Energy & Fuels, 2009
    Co-Authors: Flemming Frandsen, Anne Juul Pedersen, John Bondo Hansen, Ole Hedegaard Madsen, Kasper Lundtorp, Leif F. Mortensen

    Abstract:

    The Danish strategy for waste management is to increase recycling while simultaneously reducing the volume of land-filled waste, in order to avoid loss of resources. An important part of this strategy is waste incineration on a grate, which is a well established thermal treatment technology in Denmark and in several other countries in Europe, North America, and Japan. The method is flexible with respect to operation, allows for recovery of energy, and reduces the volume of solid waste significantly (typically by a factor of 8−10). Furthermore, new and advanced flue gas cleaning technologies ensure very low emissions from modern incineration plants. The presence of inorganic constituents such as alkali metals, Cl, S, and heavy metals is a serious challenge in waste incineration, both with respect to operational [slagging, fouling, and corrosion] and environmental issues. Metals, S, Cl, and ash (oxide Species) released or entrained from the grate may cause ash deposition of chemically very Aggressive Specie

Flemming Frandsen – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Deposit Formation in the FASAN WtE Boiler as a Function of Feedstock Composition and Boiler Operation
    Energy & Fuels, 2009
    Co-Authors: Flemming Frandsen, Anne Juul Pedersen, John Bondo Hansen, Ole Hedegaard Madsen, Kasper Lundtorp, Leif F. Mortensen

    Abstract:

    The Danish strategy for waste management is to increase recycling while simultaneously reducing the volume of land-filled waste, in order to avoid loss of resources. An important part of this strategy is waste incineration on a grate, which is a well established thermal treatment technology in Denmark and in several other countries in Europe, North America, and Japan. The method is flexible with respect to operation, allows for recovery of energy, and reduces the volume of solid waste significantly (typically by a factor of 8−10). Furthermore, new and advanced flue gas cleaning technologies ensure very low emissions from modern incineration plants. The presence of inorganic constituents such as alkali metals, Cl, S, and heavy metals is a serious challenge in waste incineration, both with respect to operational [slagging, fouling, and corrosion] and environmental issues. Metals, S, Cl, and ash (oxide Species) released or entrained from the grate may cause ash deposition of chemically very Aggressive Specie

Kasper Lundtorp – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Deposit Formation in the FASAN WtE Boiler as a Function of Feedstock Composition and Boiler Operation
    Energy & Fuels, 2009
    Co-Authors: Flemming Frandsen, Anne Juul Pedersen, John Bondo Hansen, Ole Hedegaard Madsen, Kasper Lundtorp, Leif F. Mortensen

    Abstract:

    The Danish strategy for waste management is to increase recycling while simultaneously reducing the volume of land-filled waste, in order to avoid loss of resources. An important part of this strategy is waste incineration on a grate, which is a well established thermal treatment technology in Denmark and in several other countries in Europe, North America, and Japan. The method is flexible with respect to operation, allows for recovery of energy, and reduces the volume of solid waste significantly (typically by a factor of 8−10). Furthermore, new and advanced flue gas cleaning technologies ensure very low emissions from modern incineration plants. The presence of inorganic constituents such as alkali metals, Cl, S, and heavy metals is a serious challenge in waste incineration, both with respect to operational [slagging, fouling, and corrosion] and environmental issues. Metals, S, Cl, and ash (oxide Species) released or entrained from the grate may cause ash deposition of chemically very Aggressive Specie