DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR CORROSION, EROSION AND STEAM OXIDATION OF BOILER TUBES IN PULVERIZED COAL-FIRED BOILERS
|Publication Date:||26 March 2014|
This report provides a development of design rules for advanced power plant boilers that pertain to fireside corrosion, erosion and steam oxidation of boiler tubes. These boilers will operate at advanced steam conditions, include discussion of CO2 capture and contain co-firing of biomass or waste materials.
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