1108955-A1 is referenced by 2 patents and cites 6 patents.

There is disclosed a waste incineration disposal method which can prevent dioxins emission and reduce running costs. In a gasification furnace (1), a waste (A) is dry-distilled, and a generated combustible gas is combusted in a combustion furnace (3). Oxygen is supplied to the combustion furnace (3) in accordance with an amount of combustible gas. An oxygen amount supplied to the gasification furnace (1) is controlled in accordance with a temperature change ( INCREMENT T2) in the combustion furnace (3) by combustion of the combustible gas to adjust the amount of generated combustible gas, and a temperature (T2) in the combustion furnace (3) is set to be substantially constant at at least a first preset temperature. The waste (A) is regulated to have a heat amount for setting the temperature (T2) in the combustion furnace (3) at the first preset temperature or more.; When the temperature (T2) in the combustion furnace (3) is not less than the first preset temperature due to combustion of other fuels, the combustible gas is introduced. When the temperature in the combustion furnace (3) reaches at least a second preset temperature due to the combustion of only the combustible gas, the combustion of the other fuels is finished. When the temperature (T2) in the combustion furnace (3) falls below a third preset temperature, the combustion of the other fuels is resumed. When the temperature (T2) in the combustion furnace (3) is maintained at at least the first preset temperature, and the temperature (T1) in the gasification furnace (1) falls below a fourth preset temperature, the combustion of the other fuels is finished.

Title
Waste incineration disposal method
Application Number
EP19990938520 19990819
Publication Number
1108955 (A1)
Application Date
August 19, 1999
Publication Date
June 20, 2001
Inventor
Kaneko Masamoto
JP
Assignee
Kinsei Sangyo
JP
IPC
F23G 05/16
F23G 05/027
F23G 05/50
F23G 05/50
F23G 05/16
F23G 05/027
F23G 05/50
F23G 05/16
F23G 05/027
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