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PROCESS OPTIMISATION TECHNOLOGY

Where extreme temperatures prevail, their measurement by conventional methods becomes difficult. In this aggressive atmosphere, many methods suffer from problems like drift, wear and measurement errors due to thermal radiation.

The acoustic gas temperature measurement uses a characteristic of the gas itself, as the speed of sound in the gas depends on its temperature. Thus, our system can measure the gas temperature regardless of the radiation, for example, from the background of the furnace. We use combustion control & active balancing control and for denitrification.

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Combustion Control

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The target of combustion control is an as uniform as possible distribution of the temperature in the combustion chamber. This leads to clear benefits for plant operation:

  • Higher efficiency
  • Reduced emissions
  • More effective denitrification
  • Less slagging and corrosion

Active Balancing Control

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A uniform temperature distribution in the combustion chamber has many advantages. It allows stronger operation modes and thus higher efficiency. It reduces corrosion and slagging of the steam generator and is a prerequisite for high denitrification and low fuel consumption values in the SNCR.

Denitrification

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The temperature window in which the reaction takes place is crucial for the effectiveness of the SNCR. Temperature fluctuations and imbalances must be detected early in time in order to inject the reacting agents into the right areas of the boiler.

Process Data Management

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Technical processes in power plants, waste incinerators, chemical plants and industry produce a huge amount of data. Complex processes generate these data in different formats and scales. The various manufacturers of facility equipment and system components comply with different standards for data formats and transmission paths. Therefore, in existing systems often different bus systems and formats are used, which are no longer supported by many software vendors today.