Safety Aspects and Practical Constraints in the Combustion of Odorous Gases in Black Liquor Recovery Boilers, 2015 PEERS Conference

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Non-condensable gases (NCGs) formed during kraft pulping process are generally divided into strong and weak gases. Typical processes where NCGs are formed include the digester, evaporation train, pulp washing, and methanol handling. These gases are called strong or concentrated non-condensable gases (CNCG) or low volume high concentration gases (LVHC). Non-condensable gases collected from tanks, basins, drains, and other sources in contact with ambient air are called weak or diluted non-condensable gases (DNCG) or high volume low concentration gases (HVLC). 

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Author: Keijo Salmenoja, Petri Pynnönen, and Pasi Miikkulainen
Safety Aspects and Practical Constraints in the Combustion o
Safety Aspects and Practical Constraints in the Combustion of Odorous Gases in Black Liquor Recovery Boilers, 2015 PEERS Conference

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