According to the methods of statistical combustion calculation, characteristic properties can be determined for the flue gases resulting from the combustion of solid fuels, fuel oils and natural gases. The starting point of the statistical combustion calculation is the empirically determined dependence of the flue gas values on the calorific value and the CO2 concentration measured in the flue gas.
The type of fuel is characterized in a pre-selection. The flue gas and combustion air characteristics (masses, volumes, density) are then determined as a function of temperature, calorific value and CO2 concentration.
- Wärmetechnische Arbeitsmappe, Kapitel 4.1 bis 4.5.2, VDI-Verlag
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