TeachMeFinance.com - explain Fluidized-bed combustion
Fluidized-bed combustion The term 'Fluidized-bed combustion' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A method of burning particulate fuel, such as coal, in which the amount of air required for combustion far exceeds that found in conventional burners. The fuel particles are continually fed into a bed of mineral ash in the proportions of 1 part fuel to 200 parts ash, while a flow of air passes up through the bed, causing it to act like a turbulent fluid'.
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