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Item Experimental Study of the Thermochemical Treatment of the Low-Grade Coal Prior to Boiler Combustion at Coal-Fired Power Station(EDP Sciences, 2019) Yemelianenko, Volodymyr I.; Pertsevyi, Vitalii A.; Zhevzhyk, Oleksandr V.; Potapchuk, Iryna Yu.; Lutai, OleksandrShow more EN: Abstract. Analysis of the perspectives of the coal fuel for thermal power plants is carried out. The necessity of the experimental study for temperature measurement in the boiler furnace. The results of the experimental study are presented: temperature change over time at the burner outlet for different constant pressure value of the backlighting gas, dependence of the temperature at the burner outlet from the backlighting gas pressure for constant concentration value of pulverized coal in coal-air mixture, dependence of the temperature at the burner outlet from the concentration of pulverized coal in coal-air mixture for constant value of the backlighting gas pressure, temperature measurements for constant backlighting gas pressure value, constant value of the concentration of pulverized coal in coal-air mixture when plasmatron is switched and operates for some time range. The results of the study could be applied to the solid fuel treatment for different thermal units.Show more Item Mathematical Modeling of the Borehole Heating Process by Means of Axial Plasmatron(Інститут геотехнічної механіки ім. М.С. Полякова НАН України, 2022) Zhevzhyk, Oleksandr V.; Potapchuk, Iryna Yu.; Yemelianenko, Volodymyr I.; Sekar, Manigandan; Pertsevyi, Vitalii O.Show more ENG: The article presents a mathematical model that allows determining the main parameters of the plasmadynamic coolant jet in the process of thermal heating of the borehole inner surface. The mathematical model of lowtemperature plasma motion along the wellbore consists of the k-ε turbulence model equations, the continuity and energy equations for the gas flow, and the non-stationary heat conduction equation for calculating the temperature of a cylindrical flange pipe, which models the rock mass around the borehole. The equations are written in a cylindrical coordinate system for the radial and longitudinal components of the velocity of a low-temperature plasma flow. The differential equations of the mathematical model were supplemented with the corresponding initial and boundary conditions. The initial conditions were the known gas temperatures in the borehole and the initial temperature of the cylindrical flange pipe. The boundary conditions, in addition to the corresponding relations for the turbulence model, were the known parameters of the plasma flow at the inlet to the cylindrical pipe and the conditions for stabilization of the flow at the outlet. Noslip conditions for the flow and boundary conditions of the third order for the energy equation and the heat equation were used on the fixed boundary of the flanged pipe. To calculate the equations of the mathematical model, the numerical finite element method was used. The adequacy of the model of the borehole heating process by the plasma flow was verified by comparing the numerical calculation with experimental data. Experimental data confirm the adequacy of the proposed mathematical model. The difference between numerical and experimental data does not exceed 4.1 %. The proposed mathematical model can be used to calculate the temperature of the inner surface of the borehole before it is chipped during heating.Show more Item Mathematical Modeling of the Gas Dynamic Parameters of Impinging Heat-Transfer Medium Jet in Borehole Thermal Reaming Process(National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NAS of Ukraine), 2019) Bulat, A. F.; Voloshyn, Oleksii I.; Potapchuk, Iryna Yu.; Yemelianenko, Volodymyr I.; Zhovtonoha, Mykola M.; Zhevzhyk, Oleksandr V.; Manigandan, S.Show more EN: Introduction. As compared with other ways of thermal destruction of rocks, the rock destruction by low temperature plasma jet has advantage in terms of distribution of cracks in rock at a considerable depth, high heat transfer coefficient and high specific heat flux, simplified system of automation and remote control, and compactness of thermal tool. Problem Statement. Thus, the possibilities of analytical determination of optimal parameters of thermal effect on rocks are limited by solution of thermoelasticity equations and contact problems of strength theory. Such formulation of the problem is unacceptable due to complication of taking into account substantial changes in the physical and thermos-physical rock properties while heating and applying mechanical load. Due to abovementioned facts it is obviously necessary to develop a mathematical model that enables to define basic gas dynamic jet parameters of heat-transfer medium in the process of borehole thermal reaming. Purpose. The purpose of this research is to develop a mathematical model for calculating the gas dynamic characteristics (pressure, density, and velocity) of the heat-transfer medium while it is moving along the surface of the borehole in the thermal reaming process. Materials and Methods. Mathematical modeling of the flow process for free and impact jets of heat-transfer medium using a PC. Results. Experimental studies have confirmed adequacy of the developed mathematical model for calculation of gas dynamic characteristics (pressure, density, and velocity) of the heat-transfer while it is moving along the surface of the borehole in the process of its thermal reaming. Conclusions. The obtained results can be used for modeling the gas dynamic characteristics in the case of applying a thermal tool with electric discharge in other technologies of heat treatment and destruction of materials.Show more