Equilibrium Composition of Simulated Coal Combustion Products: Relationship to Fireside Corrosion and Ash Fouling.
Wilson JS; Redifer MW
Trans Asme J Eng for Power 1974 Apr; 96(2):145-152
A computer solution of chemical equilibrium composition is presented for high-temperature combustion reactions related to fireside corrosion and ash fouling. A simple calculation system, which models the injection of a sodium-potassium mixture through a flame, is solved for equilibrium compositions of temperatures from 1,500 deg. to 3,000 deg. F at oxygen levels in the gas stream ranging from 0.1 to 17 percent and 1 atmosphere pressure. At equilibrium, principally alkali sulfates and hydroxides are produced in the model of a combustion product atmosphere resembling that in a coal-fired boiler. A total of 42 reactions involving 40 chemical species were treated in the reactant mixture, and compositions for the entire system are included.
Trans. ASME, J. Eng. for Power, V. 96, Ser. A, No. 2, April 1974, PP. 145-152