Comparative study of Coal and Refuse Derived Fuel – produced from Municipal Solid Waste in Rewa city (M.P.)
Author(s):
Poornima shukla, R. K. Srivastava
Keywords:
Calorific value, Coal, Municipal solid waste, RDF, Waste to energy.
Abstract
The Refuse Derived Fuel technology is an economically sustainable way to reduce fuel costs and reduce landfill. It produces beneficial effects on air permeability and ash residue when used as fuel and creates a more evenly mixed fuel at higher temperatures making it easier to control combustion. Rdf has a high calorific value, poor ash and moisture and can be treated in one place and then transferred to other places for burning. It has the ability to last a long time and be heated on a variety of existing boilers, liquid bed dryers, and cement panels without repair, or only a small amount, required.
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Unique Paper ID: 156793

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 4

Page(s): 745 - 751
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