Continuous operation data were obtained on a fluidized bed incineration plant with dryers, and two autoregressive models were then prepared through statistical analysis of the data. Based on the results, an automatic plant control system using fuzzy theory was designed. An incinerator system of this type is characterized by energy efficiency, for which optimum and stable moisture control of the dried sludge is important. The large difference in time constants between incinerator and dryers makes energy saving difficult. Based on these analyses and design, control operations at a commercial plant with a capacity of 150 wet-tons/day were studied. It was confirmed that reduction of auxiliary fuel consumption and reduction of CO and NOx in the exhaust gas were optimized, while the moisture content of dried sludge and the furnace temperature were kept stable.
Statistical Analysis of Operation Data and Automatic Control on Fluidized Bed Incineration Plant with Dryer
Shigeki Minami, Hidekazu Nagasawa, Yoshinori Saito, Motoharu Yamagishi, Masakatsu Hiraoka, Nobuo Takeda, Shigenobu Okajima; Statistical Analysis of Operation Data and Automatic Control on Fluidized Bed Incineration Plant with Dryer. Water Sci Technol 1 December 1993; 28 (11-12): 341–345. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1993.0674
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