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Fuel Properties & Combustion Analysis


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1. Fuel Properties
a. HHV (Btu/lb) As Received or HHV (Btu/ft3) As Received With Ash & Moisture In The Fuel
b. HHV (Btu/lb) No Ash & No Moisture or HHV (Btu/ft3) No Ash & No Moisture
c. HHV (Btu/lb) With Ash & No Moisture or HHV (Btu/ft3) With Ash & No Moisture
d. LHV (Btu/lb) As Received or LHV (Btu/ft3) As Received With Ash & Moisture In The Fuel
e. LHV (Btu/lb) No Ash & No Moisture or LHV (Btu/ft3) No Ash & No Moisture
f. LHV (Btu/lb) With Ash & No Moisture or LHV (Btu/ft3)With Ash & No Moisture
g. Fuel Density (lb/ft3) or (lb/gal) or (lb/ft3) Wet Basis or (lb/ft3) Dry Basis
h. Fuel Ultimate Analysis (Dry Basis –Weight)
(1) Hydrogen
(2) Carbon
(3) Sulfur
(4) Nitogen
(5) Oxygen
(6) Chlorine
i. Fuel Analysis (Wet Basis-Weights)
j. Percent Volume and Percent Mass of Components in Gaseous Fuels
k. Fuel Percent Ash
(1) Percent Ash – From Fuel Wet Basis
(2) Percent Ash – From Fuel Dry Basis
l. Specific Gravity
(1) Oven Dry Specific Gravity
(2) Wet Specific Gavity

2. Combustion Analysis (Most done with my own computer programs)
a. Stoichiometric Amount Of Combustion Air
b. Combustion Air
c. Combustion Gases Formed
d. Combustion Water Vapor Formed
e. Flame Temperature
f. Unburned Carbon & Associated Losses
g. Heat in the Dry Gases at a Given Temperature (Btu/hour)
h. Heat In The Water Vapor at a Given Temperature (Btu/hour)
i. Combined Dry Gas & Water Vapor Energy Leaving the Unit (Btu/hour)
j. Acid Dew Point Temperature.
k. System Efficiency
l. And Much More




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