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NITROGEN OXIDE

Caused By Localised High Flame


Temperature and an O2 rich
Environment (in the Fire Ball) during
Ignition of volatile matter.(Initial Stages
of Combustion)
Effects
Contributes to Smog
Depletes the OZONE Layer

NITROGEN OXIDE
THERMAL NOX
Produced From the Nitrogen Present
in the Combustion Air
Agents Responsible for Production of
Thermal NOX
Increased Excess Air
Increased Flame Temperature
Increased Time at High Temperature

NITROGEN OXIDE
FUEL NOX
Produced From the Nitrogen
Compounds in the Fuel
Responsible for significant part of
Total NOX Produced
Can form at much Lower Temperature
than Thermal NOX

TECHNIQUES TO LOWER NOX


OVER FIRE AIR
OFA Nozzles Divert approximately 20% of
the total Combustion Air to a Burning Zone
above the Fire Ball

IGNITION POINT
By moving the Ignition Point closer to the
Coal Nozzles the Volatile matter will have
more time to ignite before entering the Fire
Ball

EFFECT OF OVER FIRE AIR


ON NOX PRODUCTION