E3S Web Conf.
Volume 118, 20192019 4th International Conference on Advances in Energy and Environment Research (ICAEER 2019)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Environment Engineering, Environmental Safety and Detection|
|Published online||04 October 2019|
The Causes Analysis of the Air Preheater and Performance Blocking Evaluation of the Measures on the SCR De-NOx Unit
Huadian Electric Power Research Institute Co., LTD., Zhejiang Hangzhou 310030, China
In order to solve the problem of abnormal rise of the differential pressure of the revolving air preheater on 300MW unit, we analysed the causes of abnormal rise of the differential pressure of the air preheater and evaluated performances of control measures, through historical data mining and on-site inspection of the unit. The results show that, with the gradual decrease of environment temperature with the decrease of the exhaust gas temperature, the ashes in flue gas are bound by acid liquid produced by condensation of flue gas, and the adhesion areas of the ammonium bisulfate produced in the denitration process are enlarged. However the original set ash blowing pressure can no longer satisfy the requirements of the air preheater, giving rise to the differential pressure of the air preheater on both sides to rise. The reason of the higher differential pressure of the unilateral air preheater is that the large ammonia injection amount, leading to the increases of ammonia escape of the denitrification system. So the side of the air on preheater ammonium bisulfate type blockage is more serious. After the Measures of Adjusting distribution coefficient of ammonia supply valve on both sides, increasing the dust blowing frequency and pressure of the air preheater, the differential pressure of air preheater on both sides are close to the consistent. The decrease amplitude of the differential pressure of the air preheater on 280MW is about 300-500Pa.
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