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0360-5442

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1873-6785

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  • An approach for estimation of water wall degradation within pulverized-coal boilers
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    • J. Badur
    • P. Ziółkowski
    • D. Sławiński
    • S. Kornet

    - ENERGY - Year 2015

    The main aim of this paper is to estimate the lifetime of water walls of pulverized-coal boilers at nominal conditions as well as after degradation of water tubes. An approach for a pulverized-coal chamber degradation process has been formulated based on operational and experimental data. This model was formulated using on-line state monitoring of a pulverized coal burner with aim of preventing the fireplace screens from high degradation...

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