Emission Master Combustion
Combustion occurs during basic power generation operations where steam, electricity, and other forms of power are produced through the burning of basic fuels such as natural gas, oil, and coal. When these fuels are burned many different compound emissions result in the exit gas stream from the power plant. Combustion emissions also occur when generators, incinerators, and/or compressors are operated.
Emission Master and Emissions Accountant have teamed up to provide an easy way to characterize the emissions from each combustion operation in the plant site and then track the ongoing emissions as combustion records become available. Emission Master provides the basic combustion model to the user where the user specifies the equipment, fuel combustion quantity, and time period. Emission factors are entered directly or retrieved from the Emission Factors database. Emission factors may be defined in a variety of ways in terms of the mass of pollutant generated per quantity of fuel consumed or time of operation. Emission Master then calculates the combustion emissions from the basic model that has been created. Emissions from the combustion operation are then exported where thay can be pulled into Emissions Accountant for tracking and reporting.
Emissions Accountant enables the user to enter basic combustion operations that occur in the plant site whether they are boiler, generator, incinerator, compressor, or other operations. Emissions calculated by Emission Master are imported and tagged to the designated process operation at the plant site. Combustion records may then be entered for each device as the operation occurs. Reports may be generated within Emissions Accountant that cover all combustion operations during the past twelve months or other time frames of interest.
COMPUTER SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Operation System Microsoft Windows® 7, 8, or 10.
- Advanced Find Feature Comprehensive search for locating database and activity records.
- Database Administrator Database records can be managed by a database administer and maybe locked from further changes or made public so that changes may be made. Any record contained in the Chemical, Equipment, or Control Devices database may be independently managed.
- File Merge Merge Emission Master recipe files. This new recipe merge feature can assist in combining smaller emission master files that were created separately or enable the modeler to insert repeated standard process operations.
- Archive Process Models Emission Master recipe files may be saved along with the original chemical and equipment database records that were used during modeling. These files may then be reloaded at a later date using the original data records. This feature enables one to achieve key process models for future reference.
- Online Help A help file is readily available for on-line assistance and explanation.