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  • Biomass Training

    Why biomass: greenhouse effect, renewable and sustainable energy. Specificity of biomass: LHV, volatile matter, ash, diversity of supply. Combustion: triangle of combustion, intuitive and industrial thermal, combustion chemistry, side effects. Industrial combustion: drying of fuel, pyrolysis and gasification, solid carbon, combustion analysis, ...

    By Compte.R based in Arlanc, FRANCE.

  • E-Instruments- - Combustion Training

    Combustion takes place when fuel, most commonly a fossil fuel, reacts with the oxygen in air to produce heat. The heat created by the burning of a fossil fuel is used in the operation of equipment such as boilers, furnaces, kilns, and engines. Along with heat, CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water) are created as byproducts of the exothermic ...

    By E Instruments - Sauermann Group based in Langhorne, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

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