Basis for Extra Heavy Oil (bitumen) hot production upscaling Oxygen Air Air Separation Unit Oxyboiler CO 2 To sequestration. 0,25 0,30 Boiler post combustion oxyc. + DeSO2 O2 99,5% - 5bara oxycombustion O2 99,5% - 5bara oxycombustion optimisedO2 95% - 1,5bara t (CO2) per t (steam)Get A Quote
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To calculate the Carbon Dioxide - CO 2 - emission from a fuel, the carbon content of the fuel must be multiplied with the ratio of molecular weight of CO 2 (44) to the molecular weight of Carbon (12) -> 44 / 12 = 3.7. Carbon Dioxide emission from burning a fuel can be calculated as. q CO2 = c f / h f M CO2 /M m . where. q CO2 = specific CO 2 emission [kg CO2 /kWh]Get A Quote
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0,0 5,0 10,0 15,0 20,0 25,0 API Density Downhole Viscosity (Cpo) Orinoco B Class : Extra Heavy Oil C Class : Tar Sands & Bitumen A Class : Medium Heavy Oil uTempa Rosa (11-23°API) uDalia u …Get A Quote
Because boilers don't always operate at 3% oxygen, it is necessary to convert ppm values measured at various excess air levels to 3% oxygen for comparison and regulation compliance purposes. To correct emission levels to 3% oxygen that are referenced to excess air …Get A Quote
Energy content or calorific value is the same as the heat of combustion, and can be calculated from thermodynamical values, or measured in a suitable apparatus:. A known amount of the fuel is burned at constant pressure and under standard conditions (0°C and 1 bar) and the heat released is captured in a known mass of water in a calorimeter. If the initial and final temperatures of the waterGet A Quote
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