Publication detail

Emissions of particulate matter from agropellets combustion

LISÝ, M. BALÁŠ, M. MILČÁK, P. JECHA, D. POSPÍŠIL, J.

Original Title

Emissions of particulate matter from agropellets combustion

English Title

Emissions of particulate matter from agropellets combustion

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The presentation includes interim results of the development of an automatic pellet boiler for agropellet incineration and research on the content, properties, and emission of solid pollutants during incineration of agropellets in domestic boilers. The reason is the strengthening of legislation that forces manufacturers to improve their products and due to the general environmental aspect. Emissions of solid pollutants during incineration are a significant problem; with about one-third of the emissions of solid pollutants leaking into the air originate in local sources of solid fuels. At present, a wide range of domestic boilers is available on the markets which, according to the manufacturer’s specifications, allow incineration of pellets from alternative or agricultural materials. These boilers, however, have been certified when burning wood pellets. As the published interim results show, the burning of so-called agropellets significantly changes the emission values of these boilers.

English abstract

The presentation includes interim results of the development of an automatic pellet boiler for agropellet incineration and research on the content, properties, and emission of solid pollutants during incineration of agropellets in domestic boilers. The reason is the strengthening of legislation that forces manufacturers to improve their products and due to the general environmental aspect. Emissions of solid pollutants during incineration are a significant problem; with about one-third of the emissions of solid pollutants leaking into the air originate in local sources of solid fuels. At present, a wide range of domestic boilers is available on the markets which, according to the manufacturer’s specifications, allow incineration of pellets from alternative or agricultural materials. These boilers, however, have been certified when burning wood pellets. As the published interim results show, the burning of so-called agropellets significantly changes the emission values of these boilers.

Keywords

agropellet, combustion, particle emissions

Released

17.05.2018

Publisher

ETA Florence

Pages from

610

Pages to

615

Pages count

7

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT151217,
  author="Martin {Lisý} and Marek {Baláš} and Pavel {Milčák} and David {Jecha} and Jiří {Pospíšil}",
  title="Emissions of particulate matter from agropellets combustion",
  annote="The presentation includes interim results of the development of an automatic pellet boiler for agropellet incineration and research on the content, properties, and emission of solid pollutants during incineration of agropellets in domestic boilers. The reason is the strengthening of legislation that forces manufacturers to improve their products and due to the general environmental aspect. Emissions of solid pollutants during incineration are a significant problem; with about one-third of the emissions of solid pollutants leaking into the air originate in local sources of solid fuels. At present, a wide range of domestic boilers is available on the markets which, according to the manufacturer’s specifications, allow incineration of pellets from alternative or agricultural materials. These boilers, however, have been certified when burning wood pellets. As the published interim results show, the burning of so-called agropellets significantly changes the emission values of these boilers.",
  address="ETA Florence",
  booktitle="European Biomass Conference and Exhibition Proceedings",
  chapter="151217",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="ETA Florence",
  number="2018",
  year="2018",
  month="may",
  pages="610--615",
  publisher="ETA Florence",
  type="conference paper"
}