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Impact of hydrogen and mixtures of hydrogen and natural gas on forced draught gas burners

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Publication Form: Fachartikel
Article-No.: 00541_2021_01_01
Magazine: Impact of hydrogen and mixtures of hydrogen and natural gas on forced draught gas burners
Publication date: 24.03.2021
Author: Andreas Huber
Publishing House: Vulkan-Verlag GmbH
Publication Format: PDF
Language: English
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To support the energy transition hydrogen can play an important role as a renewable energy source in industry and process technology in the future. However, the properties of hydrogen in terms of combustion strongly differ from the properties of natural gas. To analyse the effects of hydrogen and mixtures of hydrogen and natural gas on forced draught burners for gaseous fuels according to EN676, experimental studies have been performed using a modern non-premixed dreizler marathon® LOW-NOX burner based on the hollowflame® technology. The focal points include the impact on NOX emissions and its reduction strategies, thermal load, the applicability of different flame detecting technologies and the impact on the air-fuel linkage. The results demonstrate the feasibility of the burner for the fuel-flexible use of hydrogen and natural gas.

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