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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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Lawrence, Investigation of Synergistic NOx reduction from Cofiring and Air Staged Combustion of Coal and Low Ash Dairy Biomass in a 30 KiloWatt low NOx furnace [Dissertation].
A review of the literature indicates that cofiring of woody biomass (along with coal or other materials) to produce electric power does not require major modifications to existing handling and storage systems (Tillman 2000, Gan and Smith 2007, Abt et al.
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.
"Sustainable cofiring of biomass with coal." Energy Conversion and Management 44, no.
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.