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Some considerations about bioethanol combustion in oil-fired boilers

AuthorsBarroso Estébanez, Jorge; Ballester, Javier; Pina, A.
Issue Date2010
CitationFuel Processing Technology 91: 1537-1550 (2010)
AbstractThe combustion of bioethanol in boilers has been analyzed and compared with conventional liquid fuels. The study includes an experimental evaluation of combustion performance as well as the estimation of the impact of replacing gasoil by ethanol on the thermal efficiency of an industrial boiler.Several works have been dedicated to the study of fuel substitution in internal combustion engines, being the use of gasoil-bioethanol blends in engines a common practice. However, very few studies have addressed the characterization of switching of conventional liquid fuels by bioethanol in boilers.Combustion tests demonstrate significant differences between bioethanol and gasoil flames. Soot, NOx and.
Identifiersissn: 0378-3820
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