Operation principle of waste incinerator

After the garbage passes the relevant control and operation, the garbage enters the incinerator and must go through the three stages of drying, burning and burning. The organic matter in it is completely burned at high temperature to generate carbon dioxide gas and release heat. However, in the actual combustion process, the combustion conditions in the incinerator cannot achieve the desired effect, resulting in incomplete combustion. In severe cases, a large amount of black smoke will be produced, and the slag discharged from the incinerator will also contain organic combustibles. The influencing factors of domestic waste incineration include: the nature of domestic waste, residence time, temperature, turbulence, excess air coefficient and other factors. Among them, the residence time, temperature and turbulence are called "3T" elements, which are the main indicators reflecting the operating performance of the incinerator. Analyze the nature of garbage, residence time, temperature, turbulence and excess air coefficient, and use it to guide the operation, management and operation of garbage incinerators.