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Hydrothermal carbonisation (HTC) is an attractive biomass pre treatment as it produces a coal like fuel, can easily process wet biomass and wastes, and lowers the risk of slagging and fouling in pulverised fuel (PF) combustion boilers. One of the major factors in determining the suitability of a fuel as a coal replacement for PF combustion is matching the char reactivity and volatile matter content to that of coals, as these significantly affect heat release and flame stability. The char reactivity of wood and olive cake biocoals and their respective drop tube furnace chars have been studied using thermogravimetric analysis in comparison to other biomass fuels and high volatile bituminous coal.
Biggest challenge is that existing systems have to be changed to firstly make more water available, and secondly to store it. And one has to give the department credit here plans to provide enough water have been ready for years, but it the implementation of the plans that has failed. Most of the plans only exist on paper, whereas these ideas should already be delivering results..
That is, the evaluation of legacy systems must take place within a framework that combines business and technical considerations. In particular, we believe that the business strategy must lead this process. Accordingly, we have designed an inter disciplinary approach which brings together an organisational scenarios tool (based on concepts from the field of organisational development) and a technical scenarios tool (based on concepts from the field of software engineering). These tools are applied in an iterative way, so that technical options are tested out against the business needs. It is, thus, a dynamic tool which seeks to mimic the nature of organisational change, as far as is practicable. The research project described here is entitled software as a business asset (SABA) and was funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) under the systems engineering for business process change (SEBPC) programme.