1MW Biomass Fired CFB Boiler in Cameroon
Direct combustion of biomass for power generation is a mature, commercially available technology that can be applied on a wide range of scales from 1 MW to 100 MW or more and is the most common form of biomass power generation in Cameroon.
Around the globe, over 90% of the biomass that is used for energy purposes goes through the combustion route. Feed stock availability and costs have a strong influence on project size and economics, since with increasing scale the increased transport costs for the biomass feedstock may outweigh economies of scale from larger plants. However, this is very project-specific and pre-treatment to achieve higher energy densities can help to reduce this impact and allow larger-scale plant.
There are two main components of a combustion–based biomass plant: 1) the biomass-fired boiler thatproduces steam; and 2) the steam turbine, which is then used to generate electricity.The two most common forms of boilers are stoker and fluidised bed. These can be fuelled entirely by biomass or can be co-fired with a combination of biomass and coal or other solid fuels.
Fluidised bed boilers suspend fuels on upward blowing jets of air during the combustion process. They are categorised as either atmospheric or pressurised units. Atmospheric fluidised bed boilers are further divided into bubbling-bed and circulating-bed units; the fundamental difference between bubbling-bed and circulating-bed boilers is the fluidisation velocity (higher for circulating).
Circulating fluidised bed boilers (CFB) separate and capture fuel solids entrained in the highvelocity exhaust gas and return them to the bed for complete combustion. Pressurised CFB are available, although atmospheric-bubbling fluidised bed boilers are more commonly used when the fuel is biomass. They can also be a more effective way to generate electricity from biomass with a higher moisture content than typical in a stoker boiler.
Circulating fluidised bed Boiler Cases
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Number of Employees:above 1500 People
Our products:industrial horizontal steam boiler and hot water boiler(biomass boiler, gas boiler, oil boiler, coal boiler, etc), CFB boiler, power plant boiler, waste heating recovery boiler, Pressure Vessel(AAC autoclave, Curing tank,etc )
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