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Development of Greenhouse Gas Emission Factor of B-C Oil Fired Power Plants in Korea

  • Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Abbr : J EIA
  • 2009, 18(2), pp.69-78
  • Publisher : Korean Society Of Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Research Area : Engineering > Environmental Engineering

김진수 1 이시형 1 Soojeong Myeong 2 정재학 1 seong ho lee 1 Ki-Hyun Kim 1 Wisup Bae 1 Jeon,Eui-chan 1

1세종대학교
2한국환경정책·평가연구원

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ABSTRACT

In order to provide fundamental data for developing greenhouse gas emission factor, we investigated power plants in Korea using B-C oil as Energy source. The power plant is a major source of greenhouse gases among the sectors of fossil fuel combustion, thus information of its emission factors is very essential to the establishment of control strategies for the greenhouse gas emissions. The caloric value of fuel was analyzed using calorimeter and the calorific value was 10,419 kcal/kg. The CO2 concentration of flue gas and elemental analysis were conducted using GC-FID and elemental analyzer. The CO2 emission factors from fuel analysis was 75,410 kg/TJ and that from CO2 gas analysis was 94,265 kg/TJ. When compared with IPCC values, the emission factors by the fuel analysis was 2.5% lower, and that by CO2 gas analysis was about 21.85% higher.

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