Biography:

In the past Hamid Sefidari has collaborated on articles with Narges Razmjoo. One of their most recent publications is An experimental study of combustion and emissions of two types of woody biomass in a 12-MW reciprocating-grate boiler. Which was published in journal Fuel.

More information about Hamid Sefidari research including statistics on their citations can be found on their Copernicus Academic profile page.

Hamid Sefidari's Articles: (3)

An experimental study of combustion and emissions of two types of woody biomass in a 12-MW reciprocating-grate boiler

Highlights•Temperature and gas species distribution in a grate furnace for two biomass fuels.•We studied NO formation and CO conversion at different sections of the furnace.•CO oxidation and NO formation were limited by reactant mixing, and not kinetics.•Higher NOX emissions for Greenery fuel than that of Standard fuel.

Measurements of temperature and gas composition within the burning bed of wet woody residues in a 4 MW moving grate boiler

Highlights•Temperature and gas species distribution inside the fuel bed of a grate boiler•High temperatures were measured at the bottom of the fuel bed.•Different stages of the combustion process occurred in horizontally adjacent layers.•Correlations between primary air flow rate and gas concentrations were assessed.

The effect of disintegrated iron-ore pellet dust on deposit formation in a pilot-scale pulverized coal combustion furnace. Part II: Thermochemical equilibrium calculations and viscosity estimations⋆

Highlights•Addition of pellet dust reduces the liquidus temperature.•Interaction between coal ash and pellet dust at low temperatures is limited.•Addition of pellet dust increases the amount of liquid slag at high temperatures.•Pellet dust reduces the viscosity, hence formation of stronger deposits.•A sequential ash transformation scheme in iron-ore pelletizing was proposed.

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