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2015-11-14 Kazakhstan: Development of a New Method of Measurement of Concentration of Carbon Oxide on the Basis of the Existing Gas Analyzers


Development of a New Method of Measurement of Concentration of Carbon Oxide on the Basis of the Existing Gas Analyzers

Description of the project offered:
 
2. Timelines of the subproject:
Installation of system of sampling of combustion gases in high-temperature processes and carrying out analyses in control points of boiler installation allow to carry out expeditious correction of process of burning of fuel for the purpose of prevention of the increased emissions of toxic components, an excessive consumption of fuel and a consumption of air. 
Determination of concentration of carbon oxide in a fire chamber of the boiler was carried out by method of a gas chromatography. 
The essence of the method lies in the chromatographic separation of the components of the gas mixture, followed by determination of the detector on the thermal effects of the combustion reaction..
However the offered way of measurement of concentration of carbon oxide doesn't consider process of cooling of test in the water-cooled probe despite that gas cooling speed significantly influences the speed of formation of concentration WITH СО. In this regard it is impossible to give an exact assessment to concentration of carbon oxide in boiler fire chambers by the existing methods of determination of concentration of carbon oxide in industrial emissions. And it means that the chosen optimum value of coefficient of surplus of an oxidizer will be not exact. Therefore there is a need for development of the new technique intended for measurement of concentration of carbon oxide in high-temperature processes of burning taking into account process of cooling of test in the water-cooled probe.

3. Short summary of the subproject and its goals including its timeliness, uniqueness, application of the subproject’s results, prospects of its use and other: 
Purpose and tasks of the project
Modernization of the existing gas analyzers on the basis of a new method of determination of concentration of carbon oxide in high-temperature processes of burning. The problem of extreme regulation of process of burning of fuel by means of the stabilizing regulator influencing a ratio fuel - air on value of concentration of carbon oxide in the furnace camera is offered. In this regard approach to the solution of an objective taking into account the received correction coefficient, the compensating error of measurement of concentration of carbon oxide is offered.

4. Expected: 
The expected results:
- the received gas-analytical technological complex allows to measure composition of gases in real time and to correct ratios air/fuel for optimization of processes of burning and reduction of toxic emissions in the atmosphere;
- constructive solutions of the device allow to exclude difficult devices of sampling and sample preparation and provide the long-term mode of operation of gas analyzers in extreme conditions
Project proposer:   Bulat Batyr Yesmagambetov (Kazakhstan)
Partner role:  Project participant 
Partner organisation:  Education
Call for proposal title:  N/A 


Description of the collaboration sought: 
As our country isn't included into the Council of Europe, partners from the countries of Europe are necessary for us. We suggest partners to be heads of our project. If our project interests partners, we suggest them to choose the operating competition Horizon 2020 or future competition Horizon 2020 and to submit the application for participation together with us. 
Expertise sought: Energy saving, 
Roles sought: Project coordinator, Project participant, 
Organisation types sought: 
Countries sought: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey