Automated boiler combustion controls for emission reduction and efficiency improvement. Quarterly report, July 15--September 15, 1995

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Control Techtronics International (CTI) is conducting a project to reduce air emissions and increase efficiency in coal fired boilers in Krakow, Poland and to create a commercial venture in Poland which can act as a leader for efficient combustion in boilers throughout the region. To achieve the technical goals of the project, CTI will use a three part program as follows: analyze the fuel specifications of a given plant and recommend modifications as necessary; apply automatic combustion controls systems to the boilers; and train plant operators in proper plant operation as well as proper use of control systems. To achieve ... continued below

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Control Techtronics International (CTI) is conducting a project to reduce air emissions and increase efficiency in coal fired boilers in Krakow, Poland and to create a commercial venture in Poland which can act as a leader for efficient combustion in boilers throughout the region. To achieve the technical goals of the project, CTI will use a three part program as follows: analyze the fuel specifications of a given plant and recommend modifications as necessary; apply automatic combustion controls systems to the boilers; and train plant operators in proper plant operation as well as proper use of control systems. To achieve the commercial goals, CTI will form a commercial venture in Poland to market and service the CTI program after successful demonstration. In Budget Period One, CTI demonstrated the efficiency improvement and emission reduction at MPEC`s Balicka district heading plant in the Widok section of Krakow. CTI worked with several organizations to accomplish this work. The Pennsylvania State University (PSU) provided technical assistance in analysis of the fuel quality, technical assistance in the application of the controls, training material and techniques, and project management assistance. The Politechnika Krakowska (PK) conducted performance tests on the boilers at Balicka and conducted training in the Polish language. Naftokrak-Naftobudowa (NK) was the installing contractor. MPEC is the owner of the host site for the first CTI installation. Energoparatura (ENAP) built the control panels that were engineered by CTI and contain both Polish and American components. CTI is also interfacing with the Honeywell system heating controls in the Widok district.

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  • Other: DE98058004
  • Report No.: DOE/PC/94118--06
  • Grant Number: FC22-94PC94118
  • DOI: 10.2172/666290 | External Link
  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 666290
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc710497

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