About the Project
(i) Developing new predictive tools for improving the combustion processes for coal/biomass fuels
Ignition of pulverised fuel is the first stage in the combustion process. Successful ignition is important for achieving flame stability, improving combustion efficiency and reducing environmental pollutants. Improving the fundamental understanding of ignition phenomena is required to determine the ignition mechanisms of solid-fuel particles and this increasingly relies on engineering computer modelling. This project aims to develop a deeper understanding into the mechanisms of pulverised solid fuel ignition, and to develop a predictive fuel ignition model for an industrial burner configuration optimisation. This can result in improvements to plant flexibility and energy efficiency of modern coal-fired utility boilers to meet the demand of more flexible power generation and reduced pollutant emissions from power generation.
For area (ii) click - https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/cleaner-coal-technology-combustion-technology-for-low-volatile-coals/?p122583
This project is available only for Self funded students.
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