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Title: Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion as a Near-Term CO2 Mitigation Strategy
Publication Number: NETL/DOE-2011/1521
Publication Date: 09/2011
Publication Type: Presentation
Contact: Eric Grol
Program/Technology: Environmental & Water
Combustion
Carbon Sequestration
Author: Eric Grol (NETL)
Synopsis: Circulating fluidized bed combustion systems have the potential to meet strict air quality guidelines currently being proposed (SO2, NOx, mercury, particulate). In addition, their fuel-flexibility can also allow for co-firing carbon neutral opportunity fuels, such as biomass, therefore reducing the CO2 footprint in the near-term. Building these plants with attention to the design considerations that will be needed to accommodate eventual CO2 capture (capture-ready) can also help future integration of full-scale capture.
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