SIMULATION OF LOW-GRADE COAL COMBUSTION IN REAL CHAMBERS OF ENERGY OBJECTS

Aliya Askarova, Saltanat Bolegenova, Symbat Bolegenova, Meruyert Beketayeva, Valeriy Maximov, Aizhan Nugymanova, Pavel Šafařík

Abstract


The aim of the work is to create new computer technologies for 3D modelling of heat and mass transfer processes in high-temperature physicochemically reacting environments that will allow to determine the aerodynamics of the flow and heat and mass transfer characteristics of technological processes occurring in the combustion chambers in existing coal-fired thermal power plants of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The novelty of the research lies in the use of the latest information technologies of 3D modelling, which will enable project participants to obtain new data on complex heat and mass transfer processes when burning pulverized coal in real combustion chambers operating in Kazakhstan’s Thermal Power Plants (TPP). A numerical simulation, including thermodynamic, kinetic and threedimensional computer simulation of heat and mass transfer processes when burning low-grade fuel, will allow finding optimal conditions for setting adequate physical, mathematical and chemical models of the technological process of combustion of burning high ash coals. The computer modelling methods proposed for the development are new and technically feasible, since coal-fired power plants all over the world use all types of coal. The developed technologies will allow replacing or eliminating the conduct of expensive and labour-consuming natural experiments on coal-fired power plants.

Keywords


combustion, modeling, thermal power plant, chemical reactions

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

ISSN 1210-2709 (Print)
ISSN 1805-2363 (Online)
Published by the Czech Technical University in Prague