cofiring

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cofiring

(kəʊˈfaɪərɪŋ)
n
combustion of two different types of fuel at the same time
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Translations
cocuissoncofrittage
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Bemtgen, "EU clean coal technology Co-combustion of coal and biomass," Fuel Processing Technology, vol.
Past studies have also shown [11-13] that circulating fluidized bed (CFB) combustion technology is capable of co-combustion, thereby enabling fuel flexibility.
Various investigations have been described on the co-combustion of hydrogen-diesel combustible mixtures [5-7].
Co-combustion of 'coal and biomass' represents a sustainable, renewable energy option that promises reduction in net CO2, SOx and often NOx emissions and also in the anaerobic release of CH4, NH3, H2S, amides, volatile organic acids, mercaptants, esters, and other chemicals leading to several societal benefits [4-8].
The current study was focused on the effect of using coal and coal-biomass co-combustion on the gaseous emissions.
Effect of co-combustion on the burnout of lignite/biomass blends: A Turkish case study.
Combustion and co-combustion of biomass: fundamentals, technologies, and primary measures for emission reduction, Energy & Fuels 17(6): 1510-1521.
MagneGas is expected to increase efficiency through the primary heat output of the process and will reduce emissions through the secondary co-combustion of exhaust.