HRSG duct burners provide a means of increasing steam production within the HRSG through the introduction of additional thermal energy, while selective catalytic reduction (SCR) involves the injection of ammonia into the flue gas upstream of a catalyst structure. This module provides an overview of duct burners and SCRs, along with their theory of operation and description of major components.
"State the purpose of duct burners and selective catalytic reduction systems.
Describe the major components of duct burners.
Explain the theory of operation for duct burners.
Describe the major components of selective catalytic reduction systems.
Explain the theory of operation for selective catalytic reduction systems."
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