Development of Modelling Tool to Predict Carbon Credits for Biomass Co-fired Boilers
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Co-firing is a well-known technology and biomass is a successful alternative to blend with coal, resulting in an effective reduction of emissions (carbon credits) in conventional coal power plants. The present work is focused on developing a comprehensive predictive tool to estimate carbon credits relevant to co-firing systems (non-existent in literature). In nutshell our model approach indicates, conventional boilers utilising low rank coals are best suited for co-firing with biomass to mitigate GHG emissions.
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