cofiring


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cofiring

(kəʊˈfaɪərɪŋ)
n
combustion of two different types of fuel at the same time
Translations
cocuissoncofrittage
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In addition, Tung fruits shell and the waste obtained after oil extraction produce a large amount of biomass that can be transformed in energy after its pyrolysis, gasification, combustion and cofiring.
Economic viability of biomass cofiring in new hard-coal power plants in Germany.
Experimental studies on cofiring of coal and biomass blends in India.
Considering that the Renewable Portfolio Standards for the three states require that a larger share of electricity production comes from renewable sources, and that the majority of electricity production comes from coal-fired power plants, cofiring logging residues with coal may be a viable option to meet the Renewables Portfolio Standards.
The Philippines has pledged to reduce carbon emissions by 70 percent in 2030 through greater use of cleaner and renewable energy, improved mass transport services, more efficient waste management, reforestation and forest protection, and cofiring biomass, said former Environment Secretary Ramon Paje, who represented then President Aquino during a signing ceremony in New York.
Wang, "Analysis of the behaviour of pollutant gas emissions during wheat straw/coal cofiring by TG-FTIR," Fuel Processing Technology, vol.
The process develops a manufactured alternative fuel of recovered resource substitute for cofiring with coal or woody biomass.
DongEnergy, Cofiring Gas and Wood Chips [online], [cited 30 April 2013].
New design of an SnO2 gas sensor on low temperature cofiring ceramics, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 47(1-3): 100-103.
In contrast, "[a] flexible efficiency standard calibrated to reduce coal heat input by 10 percent per unit of electricity generated by coal could capture potential improvements in efficiency and from biomass cofiring.
Drax power station is cofiring only half of the biomass it has capacity for because of a lack of government support for the technology, it has said.
But it can also be used in conjunction with fossil fuels--particularly by cofiring with coal--as a relatively low-cost means of reducing our consumption of finite fuel resources.