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Optimized Ammonia Injection for Power Plant SCR Systems

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Optimized Ammonia Injection for Power Plant SCR Systems

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Optimized Ammonia Injection for Power Plant SCR Systems

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Ammonia injection grid (AIG) is used to introduce vaporized ammonia (NH3) into an exhaust gas stream for nitrous oxide (NOx) reduction in selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems. Computational and experimental studies on the AIG resulted in significant improvements in the turbulence mixing between the injected ammonia and the exhuast gas. Improved mixing is instrumental to maximize catalyst performance, extend catalyst life time, minimize catalyst volume, decrease system pressure drop, minimize reagent use and ammonia slip, minimize the overall size of the SCR system, and minimize risks associated with designing the SCR system.

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