CO2, CH4, and N2O emissions are all produced during natural gas combustion. In properly tuned boilers, nearly all of the fuel carbon (99.9 percent) in natural gas is converted to CO2 during the combustion process. This conversion is relatively independent of boiler or combustor type. Fuel carbonGet A Quote
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From "Boiler Emissions Reference Guide" (by Cleaver-Brooks): For Natural Gas: NOx: ppm (3% reference) = pounds per million BTU x 850. For Light and Heavy Fuel Oil: NOx: ppm (3% reference) = pounds per million BTU x 750. SOx: ppm (3% reference) = pounds per million BTU x 540Get A Quote
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In layman's terms, the oxygen in the air and the hydrogen and carbon in the fuel are oxidized (combined) in the combustion process and the result is heat and CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water vapor). In real-world conditions, two major byproducts are also produced: NOx and CO (carbon monoxide).Get A Quote
Emission Factor = 0.13 lb/MMBtu (110 ppm = 0.13 lb/MMBtu) Boiler Input = 33.5 MMBtu/hr (Based on 80% Efficiency) Annual Hours of Operation = 8760 hours/year (24 hours/day x 365 days/year) Substituting this data into the previous equation yields the annual NOx emissions for this specific boiler, which is 19.1 tpy. NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDSGet A Quote
Carbon dioxide emissions per therm can be converted to carbon dioxide emissions per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) using the average heat content of natural gas in 2018, 10.36 therms/Mcf (EIA 2019). 0.0053 metric tons CO 2 /therm x 10.36 therms/Mcf = 0.0548 metric tons CO2/McfGet A Quote
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