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Frist 28. februar 2021
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A two-year postdoc position on reduction of ash deposition and corrosion in WtE (waste-to-energy) plants by sulfur recirculation is available at the CHEC Research Centre, DTU Chemical Engineering. The position is part of the EUDP project “Sulfur Recirculation for higher green power production and lower dioxin formation” in collaboration with Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S, Babcock & Wilcox Vølund AB, and Måbjerg Energy Center.
Waste-to-Energy (WtE) technology is currently the most competitive and mature technology for producing heat and electricity from municipal solid waste. The electrical efficiency in WtE plants is limited by the maximum achievable temperature in superheaters, which is constrained by the corrosion caused by superheater deposits. Sulfur Recirculation is a technology developed to reduce the corrosion rate of the superheaters in WtE plants, by recirculating sulfur from the wet flue gas cleaning back to the boiler in a form of sulfuric acid, and thereby producing a less corrosive environment for the superheaters by decreasing the Cl/S ratio in the deposits.
To support the further development of the Sulfur Recirculation technology, this project aims to provide a thorough evaluation of the effect of sulfur addition on ash deposition and corrosion under WtE boiler conditions.
Responsibilities and qualifications
The main responsibilities and tasks of the candidate include:
All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, disability, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.
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