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  • A Comparative Life‐Cycle Assessment of Two Cogeneration

    Jun 05, 2019 · The natural gas‐fired boiler‐type cogeneration plant is observed to have a comparatively higher toxicity and eutrophication potential of 2.72E‐4 kg DCB eq MJ −1 and 2.78E‐5 kg PO 4eq MJ −1, respectively. The lowest overall life‐cycle environmental impacts comparatively are found to be associated with the natural gas‐based Learn More

  • Life Cycle Assessment on Layer-Combustion Hot-Water Boiler

    Life cycle inventory was established. The results show that: throughout the boiler life cycle, the largest resource consumption indicator is that of coal with value of 93%, followed by natural gas and limestone.Learn More

  • Biomass Residues to Renewable Energy: A Life Cycle

    compare it to a traditional and widespread decentralized system of gas boilers. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology was adopted as a predictive tool to estimate potential environmental burdens. The application of LCA in this field is reported also in previous studies, which investigated renewable energy production from biomass.Learn More

  • Hybrid life-cycle assessment for energy consumption and

    NATURAL GAS boiler boiler, condensing HEAT PUMP natural gas CC hydro+nuclear WOOD CHIPS softwood hardwood tonnesCO2eq/GWhth Figure B.3 (cf. Figure 6.3) Figure C.1 (cf. Figure 6.4) D. TRANSPORTATION Life cycle assessment has been applied to comparative evaluation of alternative automotive fuels and .Learn More

  • Life-Cycle Assessment for Wood-Fired Boilers Used in the

    natural gas and electricity for any drying or pressing that may be required (Table 2). The environmental effects of wood combustion versus natural gas on carbon emissions are significant in life-cycle assessment (LCA). Global warming potential (GWP; fossil carbon, kilograms of CO 2 equivalent) is significantly lowerLearn More

  • Life Cycle Analysis at NETL

    gas boiler), O₂ compression (for natural gas boiler), feedwater pumps, ground water pumps, selective catalytic reduction (attached to the natural gas boiler for flue gas treatment), and miscellaneous plant balance. ** The Mass of Atmospheric CO 2 is less than 1 kg because a portion of the kg of O₂ product is captured from natural gasLearn More

  • A comparative environmental life cycle assessment between

    A comparative environmental life cycle assessment between a condensing boiler and a gas driven absorption heat pump Author: Jacopo Famiglietti, Tommaso Toppi, Lorenzo Pistocchini, Rossano Scoccia, Mario Motta Source: Science of the total environment 2021 v.762 pp. …Learn More

  • A comparative environmental life cycle assessment between

    A comparative environmental life cycle assessment between a condensing boiler and a gas driven absorption heat pump Sci Total Environ . 2021 Mar 25;762:144392. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.144392.Learn More

  • Life-Cycle Assessment for Wood-Fired Boilers Used in the

    natural gas and electricity for any drying or pressing that may be required (Table 2). The environmental effects of wood combustion versus natural gas on carbon emissions are significant in life-cycle assessment (LCA). Global warming potential (GWP; fossil carbon, kilograms of CO 2 equivalent) is significantly lowerLearn More

  • Environmental life cycle assessment of glycerine

    Mar 25, 2021 · Similarly, this work aims to evaluate through a life cycle approach (attributional) the environmental performances of an air-source gas-driven absorption heat pump, from now on also referred to as "heat pump", for space heating and domestic hot water production in single-family houses, as an alternative to condensing boiler, from now on also referred to as "boiler". This technology is …Learn More

  • Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Analysis of Direct Air Capture

    * Auxiliary loads consist of circulating water pumps, cooling tower fans, CO₂ capture and removal auxiliaries (for natural gas boiler), CO₂ compression (for natural gas boiler), feedwater pumps, ground water pumps, selective catalytic reduction (attached to the natural gas boiler for flue gas treatment), and miscellaneous plant balance.Learn More

  • Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of 2 FCEV with the

    Systems Assessment Center. Energy Systems Division. Argonne National Laboratory. The GREET Introduction Workshop. Argonne National Laboratory, October 15, 2019. Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of BEV and H. 2. FCEV with the Natural Gas: Steam Boiler, Gas Turbine, and NGCC. NG recovery & processing. NG transportation. Power generation. 4. Oil Learn More

  • Life cycle assessment of SNG from wood for heating

    the hospital) using a natural gas boiler, are subtracted from the life cycle impacts of the SNG system. Alternatively the comparison could have been done by adding these impacts to all reference systems (system enlargement). 2.4. Used LCIA methods For impact assessment, relevant impact categories were assessed with midpoint indicators from the Learn More

  • Whole Life Carbon of heat generation MApril 19.04

    Rather than a detailed WLC assessment, can a simpler proxy metric be For the purpose of this paper, the term boiler refers to a device that burns natural gas to heat water. Immersion boilers are also available that use electricity. 1.5 LIFE CYCLE ASSESMENT METHODOLOGIES Life cycle assessment (LCA) refers to a multi-step procedure for Learn More

  • Life Cycle Assessment of Water Heating Systems Used in

    Appendix (E.3.3) Gas boiler 75 Appendix (F) Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) 75 Appendix (F.1) Electric Boiler 76 Appendix (F.2) Heat pump 77 Appendix (F.3) Gas boiler 78 Appendix (F.4) Total Impact Assessment for Each System 79Learn More

  • Life Cycle Assessment of the European Natural Gas Chain

    Jan 20, 2017 · A life cycle assessment of two different domestic natural gas boilers has been carried out. The assessment used the CML and CED methods, by considering the EPD certification systems categories. The condensing boiler technology has a lower environmental impact than the traditional one in all the impact categories.Learn More

  • Environmental assessment of domestic boilers: A comparison

    Hybrid life-cycle assessment for energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of a typical biomass gasification power plant …Learn More

  • Life Cycle Assessment of Coal-fired Power Production

    emissions and resource consumption. A life cycle assessment (LCA) on the production of electricity from coal was performed in order to examine the environmental aspects of current and future pulverized coal boiler systems. Three systems were examined: 1) a plant that represents the average emissions andLearn More

  • Life cycle environmental and economic sustainability of

    Apr 20, 2017 · the life cycle environmental and economic sustainability of a Stirling engine micro-CHP unit in comparison with conven-tional energy provision from anatural gas boiler and grid electricity. Methods Life cycle assessment (LCA) andlife cycle costing (LCC) have been used, respectively to estimate the environmentalLearn More

  • Environmental assessment of boilers for residential use

    Abstract: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of two different natural gas boilers for residential use has been performed. The aim of this research was to compare traditional and condensing boilers technologies, considering the whole life cycle. All the transports involved in the entire supply chain of the two products have been considered.Learn More

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