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Feyza Kazanç Özerinç

Department of Mechanical Engineering
An experimental and numerical study on the combustion of lignites from different geographic origins
Özer, Burak; Debiagi, Paulo Eduardo Amaral; Hasse, Christian; Faravelli, Tiziano; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza (Elsevier BV, 2020-10-15)
Coal combustion involves multi-scale, multi-phase and multi-component aspects, in a process where both transport phenomena and reaction kinetics must be considered. The aim of the work is to investigate the differences bet...
A study on the effects of various combustion parameters on the mineral composition of Tuncbilek fly ash
Akin, Suleyman Sener; Magalhaes, Duarte; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza (Elsevier BV, 2020-09-01)
This study investigated the mineral composition and morphology of ash obtained from laboratory equipment and power plant fly ash from a Turkish lignite. In accordance with this purpose, combustion experiments were conducte...
Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza (2019-09-01)
This study investigates the particulate matter formation during combustion of olive residue, almond shell, and Tunçbilek lignite. Selected fuels (olive residue and Tunçbilek lignite) were also co-fired to evaluate the infl...
Comparison of single particle combustion behaviours of raw and torrefied biomass with Turkish lignites
Magalhaes, Duarte; Panahi, Aidin; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza; Levendis, Yiannis A. (Elsevier BV, 2019-04-01)
This study investigated the combustion behaviour of single pulverized biomass and lignite coal particles under high temperature-high heating rate conditions. Selected fuels included three important agricultural residues in...
A study on the reactivity of various chars from Turkish fuels obtained at high heating rates
Magalhaes, Duarte; Riaza, Juan; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza (Elsevier BV, 2019-03-01)
This work investigates the reactivity of chars produced from Turkish biomass and lignite fuels using a wire mesh reactor at high temperature and high heating rate. The fuels studied were olive residue, almond shell, and So...
Combustion Behavior and Kinetics of Turkish Lignite Blended with Biomass/Magnesite Dust
Farrokhi, Farshid Yousefzad; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2018-12-01)
The effect of blending on the combustion behavior of a Turkish lignite blended with biomass or magnesite dust using a thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA) coupled with a Fourier transform infrared spectrometer (FTIR) under air...
Ignition behavior of Turkish biomass and lignite fuels at low and high heating rates
Magalhaes, Duarte; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza; Ferreira, Afonso; Rabacal, Miriam; Costa, Mario (2017-11-01)
The main objective of this work was to investigate the ignition behavior of two Turkish biomass residues (almond shell and olive residue) and two Turkish lignite coals (Tuncbilek and Soma) at low and high heating rates. Th...
Combustion of Turkish lignites and olive residue: Experiments and kinetic modelling
Magalhaes, Duarte; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza; Riaza, Juan; Erensoy, Sevgi; Kabakli, Ozde; Chalmers, Hannah (2017-09-01)
This study investigated the combustion behavior and kinetics of Turkish fuels. Two lignite coals from Tuncbilek and Soma region, and olive residue, were used, all within a size range of 106-125 mm. Experiments were perform...
Comparison of Fine Ash Emissions Generated from Biomass and Coal Combustion and Valuation of Predictive Furnace Deposition Indices: A Review
Ruscio, Amanda; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza; Levendis, Yiannis A. (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2016-06-01)
To address important ash-related issues associated with burning solid biomass fuels for power generation, this paper reviews results of studies performed at the Northeastern University (NU) Combustion and Air Pollution lab...
Characterization of Particulate Matter Emitted from Combustion of Various Biomasses in O-2/N-2 and O-2/CO2 Environments
Ruscio, Amanda; Kazanç Özerinç, Feyza; Levendis, Yiannis A. (American Chemical Society (ACS), 2014-01-01)
This work reports on the physical and chemical characteristics of the ashes of biomass residues burned in air as well as in simulated dry oxy-combustion conditions. Three pulverized biomass residues (olive residue, corn re...