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simulation of ppm level CO incineration in the flue gas
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I am working on simulation of flue gas CO incineration in a bubbling fluidized bed incinerator. I want to investigate how much secondary is enough for complete incineration of the ppm level (100~500 ppm) CO. In addition to that, the effect of secondary air arrangement will also be investigated.
My problem is to find a proper reaction mechanism for ultra lean CO reaction. Currently, I am using Methane Air WD2 reaction mechanism. Is this reaction mechanism suitable for ppm level CO combustion modeling?
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