I am a seasoned Mechanical Engineer, however, most of my 15 years experience has been on the nuclear side of power generation. I am leading a very small team to evaluate and improve soot blowing performance on a boiler with PRB coal. As you might imagin, I am on a steep learing curve to understand soot blowing, performance measurements and practices. I am also going to a soot blowing symposium by an equipment manufacturer in a couple of weeks.
I am looking for advice on sources of information to help me get up to speed on keeping the boiler tubes clear of ash build-up.
Thanks in advance - Dave
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