How to Reduce CO2 Emissions from Tissue Machines, Tissue360º Spring/Summer 2020
Reducing CO2 emissions on conventional tissue machines involves work in fluid dynamics and thermodynamics, both often referenced as the hardest subjects in physics.
In Figure 1, look at the circulating air pat-tern shown by the red arrows. This simplified flow pattern has been in existence for more than 60 years. The graphic has been simplified, leaving out items such as the fans supplying combustion air to the burners, the heat exchanger for transferring heat from the exhaust air to the incoming makeup air, and similar devices.
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