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“The Efficiency and Performance of Atmospheric Fluidized Bed Combustion Plants,” by Jack A. Fuller and Louise Ayre

“The Efficiency and Performance of Atmospheric Fluidized Bed Combustion Plants,” by Jack A. Fuller and Louise Ayre

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Atmospheric fluidized bed combustion (AFBC) boilers are a valuable, advanced technology that offers fuel flexibility and low relative emissions. This paper presents a set of competitive benchmarks developed from AFBC plant-level data aimed at allowing plant owners and operators to assess and improve their own level of competiveness. Such analysis should allow for overall higher levels of performance and efficiency to be achieved within the industry. The benchmarks presented enable plants to identify where competitive gaps and technological opportunities exist so that they may appropriately revise their management strategy. The focus of the benchmarks is on operational and technical topics as cost efficiency and operational performance are critical to being competitive within the power generation industry. (This article was published in The Journal of Energy and Development, volume 34, number 1, copyright 2011).
Atmospheric fluidized bed combustion (AFBC) boilers are a valuable, advanced technology that offers fuel flexibility and low relative emissions. This paper presents a set of competitive benchmarks developed from AFBC plant-level data aimed at allowing plant owners and operators to assess and improve their own level of competiveness. Such analysis should allow for overall higher levels of performance and efficiency to be achieved within the industry. The benchmarks presented enable plants to identify where competitive gaps and technological opportunities exist so that they may appropriately revise their management strategy. The focus of the benchmarks is on operational and technical topics as cost efficiency and operational performance are critical to being competitive within the power generation industry. (This article was published in The Journal of Energy and Development, volume 34, number 1, copyright 2011).

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