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Complimentary Webinar:

Blending PRB Coals with other Solid Fuels

Thu, Nov 13, 2014 3:01 PM EST

Duration: 60 Minutes 

This Webinar considers processes and consequences of blending PRB coals and bituminous coals, lignites, and petroleum coke. It assumes PRB coals as the base fuel for the most part, although blending with lignite involves PRB as the sweetener fuel. This webinar starts with the basic premise that blends do not always behave as the weighted average of the two fuels. It then focuses on managing fuel and ash reactivity for maximum benefit. It examines the methods of fuel analysis and fuel blending analysis including on-line coal analysis, it considers some of the combustion consequences, and considers methods to mitigate problems that can occur. It considers technical limits to fuel blends.

This webinar is based on our experiences both at Monroe Power Plant and elsewhere.
 

Viewers Will Learn:

  • Methods and uses for fuel and fuel blend analysis
  • Uses of on-line coal analysis with fuel blending
  • Methods for managing fuel and ash reactivity for maximum benefit
  • Some of the problems that can occur


Who Should Attend:

  • Senior Engineers
  • PlantFuel and Combustion Engineers
  • Unit Engineers
  • Corporate Fuels Personnel
  • Managers and Executives involved in setting fuel utilization strategy

Hear from these experts:  

Dave Tillman

Dave Tillman is a semi-retired fuels and combustion specialist with over 40 years of experience. He retired as Chief Fuels and Combustion Engineer from Foster Wheeler in 2009, and has performed consulting services for electricity generating utilities and boiler suppliers since that time. He served as Plant Production Specialist – Fuels and Combustion for Monroe Power Plant of DTE Energy from 2003 to 2007. He returned to Monroe and DTE as a consultant in 2009. He is an author and editor of several books and papers concerning fuels and combustion, including the special issues associated with fuel blending.

Moderator:

Andrew Dobrzanski
Production Manager – Monroe Power Plant Operations and FGD 
 
Andrew S. Dobrzanski is a thirty six year veteran of the public electric utility industry. His last 10 years have been with DTE ENERGY/DTE Electric where he has held roles of: Supervisor of Engineering (Monroe Power Plant), Engineering Manager (River Rouge Power Plant) and his current role as Manager of Fuel Supply (Monroe Power Plant). Mr. Dobrzanski’s current responsibilities focus on the safe and effective operation of the Monroe Power Plant’s Fuel Handling System. Monroe’s Fuel Handling System is the largest coal blending facility in North America (located at a power plant) and handles 9 million tons of PRB and mid sulfur eastern coal annually. Andy is currently serving a three year term on the Board of Directors of the PRB Coal Users’ Group. 

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