KR101011361B1 - Dual disk type distributor for combustion system and dual disk heat storage type combustion system using the same - Google Patents

Dual disk type distributor for combustion system and dual disk heat storage type combustion system using the same Download PDF

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KR101011361B1
KR101011361B1 KR1020100088007A KR20100088007A KR101011361B1 KR 101011361 B1 KR101011361 B1 KR 101011361B1 KR 1020100088007 A KR1020100088007 A KR 1020100088007A KR 20100088007 A KR20100088007 A KR 20100088007A KR 101011361 B1 KR101011361 B1 KR 101011361B1
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F23COMBUSTION APPARATUS; COMBUSTION PROCESSES
    • F23GCREMATION FURNACES; CONSUMING WASTE PRODUCTS BY COMBUSTION
    • F23G7/00Incinerators or other apparatus for consuming industrial waste, e.g. chemicals
    • F23G7/06Incinerators or other apparatus for consuming industrial waste, e.g. chemicals of waste gases or noxious gases, e.g. exhaust gases
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    • F23G7/065Incinerators or other apparatus for consuming industrial waste, e.g. chemicals of waste gases or noxious gases, e.g. exhaust gases with supplementary heating using gaseous or liquid fuel
    • F23G7/066Incinerators or other apparatus for consuming industrial waste, e.g. chemicals of waste gases or noxious gases, e.g. exhaust gases with supplementary heating using gaseous or liquid fuel preheating the waste gas by the heat of the combustion, e.g. recuperation type incinerator
    • F23G7/068Incinerators or other apparatus for consuming industrial waste, e.g. chemicals of waste gases or noxious gases, e.g. exhaust gases with supplementary heating using gaseous or liquid fuel preheating the waste gas by the heat of the combustion, e.g. recuperation type incinerator using regenerative heat recovery means
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F23COMBUSTION APPARATUS; COMBUSTION PROCESSES
    • F23DBURNERS
    • F23D14/00Burners for combustion of a gas, e.g. of a gas stored under pressure as a liquid
    • F23D14/46Details, e.g. noise reduction means
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F23COMBUSTION APPARATUS; COMBUSTION PROCESSES
    • F23DBURNERS
    • F23D14/00Burners for combustion of a gas, e.g. of a gas stored under pressure as a liquid
    • F23D14/46Details, e.g. noise reduction means
    • F23D14/62Mixing devices; Mixing tubes
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F23COMBUSTION APPARATUS; COMBUSTION PROCESSES
    • F23LSUPPLYING AIR OR NON-COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS OR GASES TO COMBUSTION APPARATUS IN GENERAL ; VALVES OR DAMPERS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR CONTROLLING AIR SUPPLY OR DRAUGHT IN COMBUSTION APPARATUS; INDUCING DRAUGHT IN COMBUSTION APPARATUS; TOPS FOR CHIMNEYS OR VENTILATING SHAFTS; TERMINALS FOR FLUES
    • F23L15/00Heating of air supplied for combustion
    • F23L15/02Arrangements of regenerators
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F23COMBUSTION APPARATUS; COMBUSTION PROCESSES
    • F23GCREMATION FURNACES; CONSUMING WASTE PRODUCTS BY COMBUSTION
    • F23G2206/00Waste heat recuperation
    • F23G2206/10Waste heat recuperation reintroducing the heat in the same process, e.g. for predrying

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PURPOSE: A dual-disc distributor for a combustion and oxidation system and a regenerative combustion and oxidation system using dual discs are provided to prevent the distortion of a distributor during rotation and reduce the load of a distributor by an elastic member and a fixed spring. CONSTITUTION: A dual-disc distributor for a combustion and oxidation system comprises a rotary distributing unit. The rotary distributing unit comprises an upper disc(21d) and a lower disc(21a). The rotary distributing unit is classified into an intake section, a purge section, and an exhaust section by a partition(21b). In order to connect intake section, the purge section, and the exhaust section to the combustion chamber, an upper disc inflow hole(217d), an upper disc purge hole(216d), and an upper disc outflow hole(215d) are formed to have the same distance from a central axis. The lower disc has a lower disc inflow hole(217a), a lower disc purge hole(216a), and a lower disc outflow hole(215a). The lower disc inflow hole is formed around the center axis so the intake gas can flow in the intake section. The lower disc purge hole is formed outside the lower disc inflow hole from the central axis. The lower disc outflow hole is formed outside the lower disc purge hole from the central axis.

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Dual Disk Distributor for Combustion Oxidation System and Dual Disk Regenerative Combustion Oxidation System Using the Same {Dual Disk Type Distributor for Combustion System and Dual Disk Heat Storage Type Combustion System Using the Same}

The present invention relates to a regenerative combustion oxidation system, and more particularly, to the structure of a distributor that is responsible for the distribution of polluted gases and combustion gases.

Industrial sites generate various kinds of harmful pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and these pollutants cause various environmental problems. The government therefore regulates the removal of harmful components from gases and forced them into the atmosphere. The present invention relates to a combustion oxidation system for treating polluted gases by a method of burning harmful odorous gases and polluted gases to remove harmful components.

The combustion oxidation system by the combustion of such a gas is a device for removing harmful components by introducing contaminated gas into the combustion chamber and ignited and combusted by fuel injected from a fuel injection device provided at one side in the combustion chamber.

Among the combustion oxidation systems, in particular, a heat storage structure is installed inside the chlorine chamber to transfer high heat energy contained in the combustion gas to the heat storage structure to preheat the polluted gas to increase the combustion efficiency of the polluted gas. do.

In general, a regenerative combustion oxidation system includes a combustion chamber for installing a regenerative structure therein and combusting harmful polluting gases together with fuel, and a distributor for supplying harmful gas to the combustion chamber and discharging the combustion gases.

In the prior art for the dispenser, it has been developed to distinguish mainly the drum type dispenser and the disc type dispenser. Disc type distributors are not only large in size but also made of castings to withstand the high temperatures caused by the heat of combustion. Many problems arise in the process of rotating this large distributor. In the case of drum type distributors, the drum may thermally expand due to the high temperature caused by the heat of combustion, which may cause a failure in system operation and cause a fire.

In order to solve the problem caused by the weight of the dispenser, Patent Application No. 2010-41723 attempts to miniaturize the structure of the dispenser by configuring a triple disk type. However, the triple disk type distributor has a complicated structure, which increases manufacturing cost, which hinders practical use. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a combustion oxidation system that has a compact structure and a simplified structure, and Patent No. 918880 proposes a rotary regenerative combustion and oxidation apparatus having a single disk structure to simplify the structure. In the disk structure, the inflow line and the discharge line disposed adjacent to each other, and the purge line are disposed around the pollutant gas such as odor gas passing through the inflow line can be passed to the discharge line, and the odor gas is the combustion gas of the discharge line. And decreases the overall combustion efficiency, and the odor gas mixed in the combustion gas may cause a fire.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a distributor having a dual distribution plate structure.

It is another object of the present invention to provide a distributor comprising a rotary distributor comprising an inlet zone, a purge zone and a discharge zone.

It is another object of the present invention to provide a technique for preventing the mixing of inlet gas and exhaust gas by disposing a purge region between the inlet and outlet regions of the distributor.

Still another object of the present invention is to provide an elastic member and a fixed spring for relieving the load of the dispenser and preventing the dispenser from twisting during rotation of the rotary dispenser.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention is formed in a cylindrical structure having the upper plate 21d and the lower plate 21a as the upper and lower surfaces, respectively, the inlet region through which the inlet gas passes by the partition 21b, purge And a rotary distribution plate 21 divided into a purge region through which the gas passes and a discharge region through which the exhaust gas passes, and the upper plate 21d is configured to connect the inlet region, the purge region, and the discharge region through the combustion chamber. The upper plate inlet hole 217d, the upper plate purge hole 216d, and the upper plate outlet hole 215d formed at the same distance from the central axis 50, and the lower plate 21a is centered to receive the inlet gas in the inlet area. The lower plate inlet hole 217a formed near the shaft, the lower plate purge hole 216a formed outside the lower plate inlet hole from the central axis to receive the purge gas into the purge region, and the central axis to discharge the exhaust gas from the discharge region. From provides a lower plate discharge hole dual disk distributor 200 for oxidation combustion system comprising a (215a) formed on the outside of the lower plate fuzzy ball.

The distributor 200 is installed in close contact with the lower plate 21a, and has a circular inlet hole 227 formed near the central axis in order to receive noxious gas, and is formed at an outer side of the inlet hole to receive purge gas. The purge hole 226 may further include a lower distribution part 22 formed at an outer surface of the purge hole and including an annular discharge hole 225 for discharging the combustion gas.

The distributor 200 further includes an upper distribution unit 23 in close contact with the upper portion of the rotation distribution unit 21, and at the same distance as the top plate inlet hole, the top plate purge hole, and the top plate outlet hole in the central axis 50. Multiple through holes may be formed.

The rotary distribution unit 21 is sealed to the outside by the cylindrical outer member 21c, the partition 21b has a cylindrical inner member having the same radius as the lower plate inlet hole, one side is cut, both cut portions of the inner member and Two partitions 253 and 255 respectively formed between the outer member, and one partition wall 254 formed between the convex surface of the inner member and the outer member, and the rotation distribution unit 21 includes the two Two partitions 253 and 255 and a region partitioned by the inner member become the inflow region, and a region partitioned by the two partition walls 253 and 254 and the inner member becomes the purge region and the two partition walls 254 and 255 and an area partitioned by the inner member may be configured to be the discharge area.

The interval between the top plate inlet hole and the top plate purge hole and the top plate discharge hole may be formed more than the width of the top plate purge hole.

The upper plate inlet hole, the upper plate purge hole, and the upper plate discharge hole, and the lower plate inlet hole, the lower plate purge hole, and the lower plate discharge hole may be made of a plurality of holes are arranged in a line at the same distance from the central axis (50).

In addition, in the present invention, the heat storage structure 11 is installed therein, and supplies the harmful gas through the inlet pipe 41 to the combustion chamber 100 and the combustion chamber for burning the harmful gas together with the fuel and the discharge pipe 43. Including a distributor 200 for discharging the gas burned through, the distributor 200 is formed in a cylindrical structure having the upper and lower surfaces 21d and 21a, respectively, and is introduced by the partition 21b. And a rotation distribution unit divided into an inflow region penetratingly connected to the pipe, a purge region penetratingly connected to the purge pipe 42 for supplying the purge gas, and an outlet region connected to the discharge pipe. And an upper plate inlet hole 217d, an upper plate purge hole 216d, and an upper plate outlet hole 215d formed at the same distance from the central axis to connect the purge region and the discharge region with the combustion chamber. ) Inlet pipe A lower plate inlet hole 217a formed near the central axis for through connection, a lower plate purge hole 216a formed outside the lower plate inlet hole from the central axis for through connection with the purge region, and a central axis for through connection with the discharge region. It provides a dual disk regenerative combustion oxidation system comprising a lower plate discharge hole (215a) formed outside the lower plate purge hole from.

The distributor 200 is installed in close contact with the lower plate 21a, and has a circular inlet hole 227 formed near the central axis to connect with the inlet pipe 41 for receiving harmful gas, and the outer shell of the inlet hole. An annular purge hole 226 formed at the outer side and connected to the purge pipe 42 through which the purge gas is supplied, and an annular through hole connected to the discharge tube 43 formed at the outer surface of the purge hole and discharging the combustion gas. It may further include a lower distribution unit 22 including a discharge hole (225).

The distributor 200 further includes an upper distribution unit 23 in close contact with the upper portion of the rotation distribution unit 21, and at the same distance as the top plate inlet hole, the top plate purge hole, and the top plate outlet hole in the central axis 50. Multiple through holes may be formed.

An elastic member 54 may be further included below the lower distribution part 22 to relieve the load of the distributor 200. The elastic member 54 may use a leaf spring or a coil spring. In addition, the fixing spring 53 may be mounted on the upper distribution part 23 to prevent the distributor 200 from swinging.

In addition, the rotation distribution unit 21 may switch the rotation direction about the central axis 50, and the system may be configured such that the discharge area and the inflow area are formed opposite to each other when the rotation direction is changed.

According to the dual disk distributor structure of the present invention, a packing layer of air, called a purge line, is formed between the inlet line and the outlet line, thereby preventing the inlet gas from escaping to the outlet line, thereby maximizing deodorization efficiency. The upper and lower elastic members are provided to minimize the wear phenomenon and the distortion caused by the load and rotation of the distributor.

1 is a cross-sectional view showing a schematic configuration of a dual disk regenerative combustion oxidation system including a distributor having a dual distribution plate structure according to the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view schematically illustrating a more detailed configuration of the distributor of FIG. 1 and a flow of inflow gas, exhaust gas, and purge gas.
Figure 3 is a schematic exploded perspective view showing the main parts constituting the dispenser according to the present invention.
4 is a schematic exploded perspective view showing the detailed configuration of the rotary distribution unit of the distributor of FIG.
FIG. 5 is a schematic exploded perspective view illustrating a detailed configuration of a lower distribution part of the distributor of FIG. 3.
FIG. 6 is a schematic exploded perspective view illustrating a detailed configuration of an upper distribution part of the distributor of FIG. 3.
FIG. 7 is a schematic plan view of a gas layer formed between the rotary distribution portion and the lower distribution portion. FIG.

Hereinafter, the same reference numerals will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, with reference to the same components preferred embodiments of the present invention. The terms and words used in the present specification and claims should not be construed as limited to ordinary or dictionary meanings and should be construed in accordance with the technical meanings and concepts of the present invention.

1 is a cross-sectional view showing a schematic configuration of a dual disk regenerative combustion oxidation system including a distributor having a dual distribution plate structure according to the present invention. Referring to FIG. 1, the regenerative combustion oxidation system is provided with a combustion chamber 100 for combusting noxious gas and a distributor 200 under which noxious gas is introduced into the combustion chamber and discharged of the combusted gas. 200 may be composed of an upper distribution unit 23 at the upper portion and a lower distribution unit 22 at the lower portion of the rotation distribution unit 21. The lower portion of the distributor is provided with a gear motor 300 for providing power to rotate the rotary distribution unit 21.

Briefly explaining the operation of the dual-disk regenerative combustion oxidation system of the present invention, the harmful gas is received through the inlet pipe 41 and injected into the combustion chamber 100 through the distributor 200 by a blower (not shown). do. The noxious gas passing through the heat storage material 11 in the combustion chamber 100 diffuses into the upper space of the heat storage material 11 and is burned by a torch 12 provided in the combustion chamber 100. At this time, the combustion gas burnt by the torch again passes through the heat storage material 11 and passes through the distributor 200 to the discharge pipe 43. Some combustion gas in the combustion chamber 100 may be configured to be directly discharged to the outside through the outlet 13 provided in the upper portion of the combustion chamber 100, the temperature in the combustion chamber 100 rises above the operating temperature of the system This is to prevent the combustion chamber 100 from overheating.

In addition, the dual-disc regenerative combustion oxidation system of the present invention prevents the concentration of explosive substances such as sludge or methane formed in the heat storage material 11, so that the heat storage to operate in a similar environment as when the system was first installed The purge gas is injected into the ash 11. The purge gas is injected through the purge pipe 42 and is injected into the heat storage material 11 in the combustion chamber 100 through the distributor 200.

The gear motor 300 is provided with a speed adjusting inverter (not shown) to properly adjust the rotational speed of the rotary distribution plate in relation to the flow rate of the gas according to the operation of the system. It is desirable to maintain one rotation per minute or one rotation per 45 seconds while the system is operating normally. The rotational speed of the rotary distributor causes a change in the flow of gas, which is related to the temperature of the system. Thus, the inverter can be set to rotate the rotational speed of the rotary distributor to the desired speed in order to maintain the proper system temperature.

2 is a cross-sectional view showing a more detailed configuration of the distributor 200 of FIG. Referring to FIG. 2, the distributor 200 includes a rotary distribution unit 21, as shown in the description of FIG. 1, further comprising an upper distribution unit 23 on the upper side and a lower distribution unit 22 on the lower side. It may include.

The rotary distribution unit 21 is installed to rotate by the gear motor 300, and receives the inlet gas, purge gas without mixing the gas by the unique internal structure consisting of the inlet region, purge region, and discharge region, at the same time discharge Allow gas to escape. In the case of including the upper distribution part 23 and the lower distribution part 22, annular contacts 211, 212, 221 which are in close contact between these distribution plates and are subjected to rotational pressure in accordance with the rotation of the rotation distribution part 21. Even when there is a minute gas exposure between the 222 and 223, as shown in FIG. 2, in the rotary distribution unit 21, there is an inflow gas passage line (between the central axis and the contact 223) near the central axis 50. Exhaust gas passing line (between contact 221 and contact 222) is formed outside the central axis, and purge gas passing line (between contact 222 and contact 223) is formed between the inlet gas and the discharge. There is no problem of gas mixing.

In addition, an elastic member 54 may be further included on a lower surface of the lower distribution part 22. Accordingly, the load of the distributor 200 is relieved by the force applied to the support member (the thrust bearing 55 may be inserted into the support surface on which the support member supports the dispenser) of the dispenser. Lower friction can be minimized. Preferably, the spring or coil spring may be used as the elastic member 54.

In addition, by fixing the fixing spring 53 on the upper portion of the upper distribution unit 23 to prevent distortion due to the weight of the distributor 200 can maintain the friction balance during rotation of the rotary distribution unit 21. A tension adjusting bolt 51 for adjusting the tension of the fixing spring 53 and a spring tension adjusting bolt 52 for adjusting the tension of the elastic member 54 may be added.

Figure 3 is a schematic exploded perspective view showing the main parts constituting the dispenser according to the present invention. Referring to FIG. 3, as described above, the dispenser 200 of the present invention may include a rotary dispenser 21, and further includes a lower dispenser 22 and / or an upper dispenser 23. It may include. The upper distribution part 23 may consist of an upper distribution plate with a plurality of holes. The contacts 211, 212 between the rotary distributor 21 and the upper distributor 23 and the contacts 221, 222, 223 between the rotary distributor 21 and the lower distributor 22 are all rotary distributors. It keeps in close contact while rotating (21) so that gas may not leak to another area.

4 is a schematic exploded perspective view showing the detailed configuration of the rotary distribution unit of the distributor of FIG. 3 and 4, the rotation distributor 21 includes a partition 21b formed of an upper plate 21d and a lower plate 21a, an outer member 21c and an inner member, and partition walls 253, 254, and 255. It may include.

The rotation distribution unit 21 has a cylindrical structure having upper and lower surfaces of the upper plate 21d and the lower plate 21a, respectively, and has an inflow region and a purge pipe connected to the inlet pipe 41 by the partition 21b. It is divided into a purge region connected through 42 and a discharge region connected through the discharge pipe 43.

The top plate 21d includes a top plate inlet hole 217d, a top plate purge hole 216d, and a top plate formed at the same distance from the central axis 50 to connect the inlet area, the purge area, and the discharge area with the combustion chamber. A discharge hole 215d.

Between the upper plate inlet hole, the upper plate purge hole and the upper plate outlet hole is provided with a gap (space area) at regular intervals to prevent the gas flowing into or out of each hole is mixed or influenced. The rest areas 271, 272, and 273 may be differently defined in consideration of the inflow gas, the purge gas, the hydraulic pressure of the exhaust gas, etc., preferably, the width of the upper purge hole is greater than or equal to the width of the upper purge hole.

The lower plate 21a is a lower plate inlet hole 217a formed near the central axis to connect the inlet area with the inlet pipe, and a lower plate purge hole 216a formed outside the lower plate inlet hole from the central axis to connect the inlet area with the purge area. And a lower plate discharge hole 215a formed outside the lower plate purge hole from the central axis to connect with the discharge area.

The rotary distribution unit 21 according to an embodiment of the present invention is sealed to the outside by the cylindrical outer member 21c, and the partition 21b has the same radius as the lower plate inlet hole and the cylindrical inner member whose one side is cut off, Two partitions 253 and 255 respectively formed between both cutouts and the outer member of the inner member, and one partition 254 formed between the convex surface of the inner member and the outer member 21c. Accordingly, in the rotation distribution unit 21, an area in which the two partitions 253 and 255 and the inner member are partitioned is an inflow area, and an area in which the two partitions 253 and 254 and the inner member are partitioned is a purge region. The two partitions 254 and 255 and the region partitioned by the inner member may be configured to be discharge regions.

As an embodiment of the present invention, the top plate inlet hole 217d, the top plate purge hole 216d, and the top plate discharge hole 215d of the rotary distribution unit 21, and the bottom plate inlet hole 217a, the bottom plate purge hole 216a and Lower plate discharge hole (215a) can be seen that each of the plurality of holes are arranged in a line at the same distance from the central axis (50). As a preferred embodiment of the present invention, the top plate inlet hole 217d, the top plate purge hole 216d, and the top plate outlet hole 215d are, for example, three, one, and three holes, respectively, at the same distance from the central axis. The lower plate inlet hole 217a, the lower plate purge hole 216a, and the lower plate outlet hole 215a may be formed to penetrate six, one, and three holes, respectively. have. These holes are formed at appropriate intervals so that a reinforcing rod is formed between the holes, so that the shape of the plate region excluding the holes of the upper and lower plates can be firmly maintained.

FIG. 5 is a schematic exploded perspective view illustrating a detailed configuration of a lower distribution part of the distributor of FIG. 3. Referring to FIG. 5, the lower distribution part 22 includes an inlet hole 227, a purge hole 226, and an outlet hole 225. The inlet hole 227 is installed in close contact with the lower plate 21a, and is formed in a circular shape near the central axis to connect with the inlet pipe 41 for receiving harmful gas. The purge hole 226 is formed in an annular shape on the outer shell of the inlet hole 227 to connect with the purge pipe 42 for receiving the purge gas. The discharge hole 225 is formed in an annular shape on the outer shell of the purge hole to connect with the discharge pipe 43 for discharging the combustion gas. In addition, it may further include a lower distribution plate 229 having a plurality of holes in the upper portion of the lower distribution portion 22, the lower distribution plate 229, for example, five at the top of the inlet hole 227 In the upper portion of the purge hole 226, five holes may be formed in the upper portion of the discharge hole 225, respectively. These holes help to maintain the shape of the plate by forming a reinforcement between the holes as described above.

FIG. 6 is a schematic exploded perspective view illustrating a detailed configuration of an upper distribution part of the distributor of FIG. 3. Referring to FIG. 6, the upper distribution part 23 has a plurality of through-holes formed at the same distance as the top plate inlet hole, the top plate purge hole, and the top plate outlet hole of the rotation distribution unit 21 in the central axis 50. As an embodiment of the present invention, the upper distribution part 23 is all composed of 12 through holes. Note that in this case, as shown in FIG. 6B, the upper distribution part 23 also has the rest areas 281, 282, which correspond to the rest areas 271, 272, and 273 of the rotation distribution part 21. It can be seen that 283) exists.

FIG. 7 is a schematic plan view of a gas layer formed between the rotary distribution portion and the lower distribution portion. FIG. Referring to FIG. 7, the inlet gas introduced into the inlet hole 227 and the outlet gas discharged into the outlet hole 225 are injected into the purge hole 226 between the inlet hole 227 and the outlet hole 225. The entry and exit lines are spaced apart by the purge gas, and the contact point for closely contacting the rotary distributor 21 and the lower distributor 22 between the inlet hole 227, the outlet hole 225, and the purge hole 226 ( The presence of 221, 222, and 223 eliminates the problem of mixing with gases flowing in different entry and exit lines. That is, referring to the flow of gas in conjunction with FIGS. 1 to 3, the contaminated gas introduced into the inflow region through the lower plate inlet hole 217a enters the combustion chamber 100 through the upper plate inlet hole 217d, and the lower plate purge hole. The purge gas introduced into the purge region through the 216a enters the combustion chamber 100 through the upper plate purge hole 216d, and the combustion gas introduced into the discharge region through the upper plate discharge hole 215d is the lower plate discharge hole 215a. Discharged through the discharge pipe 43 through). In accordance with the rotation of the rotation distribution unit 21 (counterclockwise in FIG. 3), the top plate purge hole 216d rotates and is positioned in the heat storage structure region where the pollutant gas is introduced through the top plate inlet hole 217a. Purge gas flows through 216d to remove contaminant gas remaining in the heat storage structure of the area, and the top plate discharge hole 215d rotates in the area while the combustion gas flows through the heat storage structure of the area. It flows down to 215d. By the inflow-purge-discharge structure as described above, the problem that the inflow gas and the exhaust gas are mixed in the combustion chamber 100 including the heat storage structure 11 can be fundamentally solved.

In addition, the rotation distribution unit 21 as an embodiment of the present invention can be configured to switch the rotation direction around the central axis 50, the discharge area and the inflow area is opposite to each other when the rotation direction is switched The combustion oxidation system formed can be constructed.

Although the preferred embodiments of the present invention have been shown and described, various modifications can be made by those skilled in the art without departing from the spirit of the invention as claimed in the claims. It is possible. In addition, matters that can be easily understood from the accompanying drawings should be seen as included in the content of the present invention, various modifications will not be individually understood from the technical spirit of the present invention.

100: combustion chamber 200: distributor
300: gearmotor
11: heat storage material 12: torch
13: outlet
21: rotary distribution part 22: lower distribution part
23: upper distribution
21a: bottom plate, 21b: partition, 21c: outer member, 21d: top plate
41: inlet pipe 42: purge pipe
43: discharge pipe
50: center axis 51: tension adjustment bolt
52: spring tension adjustment bolt 53, 54: spring
55: thrust bearing
221, 222, 223: contact 211, 212: contact
225: discharge hole 226: purge hole
227: inlet hole
215d: Top discharge hole 216d: Top purge hole
217d: top inlet
215a: lower plate discharge hole 216a: lower plate purge hole
217a: lower plate inlet 229: lower distribution plate
271, 272, 273: rest area 281, 282, 283: rest area
235, 236, 237: through holes

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  1. The upper plate 21d and the lower plate 21a are formed in a cylindrical structure with upper and lower surfaces, respectively, and the inlet area through which the inlet gas passes, the purge area through which the purge gas passes, and the discharge gas are formed by the partition 21b therein. Rotational distribution unit 21 is divided into a discharge area passing through,
    The top plate 21d includes a top plate inlet hole 217d, a top plate purge hole 216d, and a top plate formed at the same distance from the central axis 50 to connect the inlet area, the purge area, and the discharge area with the combustion chamber. The discharge hole 215d,
    The lower plate 21a is a lower plate inlet hole 217a formed near the central axis to receive the inlet gas in the inlet area, and an outer side of the lower plate inlet hole from the central axis to receive the purge gas in the purge area. A lower plate purge hole 216a formed and a lower plate discharge hole 215a formed outside the lower plate purge hole from a central axis to discharge the discharge gas from the discharge area,
    The rotary distribution unit 21 is sealed to the outside by the cylindrical outer member 21c, the partition 21b has a cylindrical inner member having the same radius as the lower plate inlet hole, one side is cut, both cut portions of the inner member and Two partitions 253 and 255 respectively formed between the outer member, and one partition wall 254 formed between the convex surface of the inner member and the outer member, and the rotation distribution unit 21 includes the two Two partitions 253 and 255 and a region partitioned by the inner member become the inflow region, and a region partitioned by the two partition walls 253 and 254 and the inner member becomes the purge region and the two partition walls And (254, 255) and the area partitioned by the inner member is configured to be the discharge area.
  2. The method according to claim 1, wherein the inlet 227 is formed in close contact with the lower plate 21a and is formed in the vicinity of the central axis in order to receive the harmful gas, and is formed at the outer side of the inlet hole to receive the purge gas. Dual purge oxidation system for a combustion oxidation system, characterized in that it further comprises an annular purge hole 226, and an annular discharge hole (225) formed in the outer shell of the purge hole for discharging the combustion gas Disk distributor.
  3. According to claim 1, further comprising an upper distribution unit 23 in close contact with the upper portion of the rotation distribution unit 21, the same distance as the top plate inlet hole, top plate purge hole, top plate discharge hole in the central axis 50 Dual disc distributor for combustion oxidation system, characterized in that a plurality of through-holes are formed in the.
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  5. The heat storage structure 11 is installed therein and supplies the harmful gas through the inlet pipe 41 to the combustion chamber 100 and the combustion chamber for burning the harmful gas together with the fuel and burns the gas through the discharge pipe 43. Dispenser 200 for discharging the,
    The distributor 200 has a cylindrical structure having upper and lower surfaces 21d and 21a, respectively, having a top surface and a bottom surface, and an inlet region through which the partition 21b is connected to the inlet pipe, purging for purge gas supply. A rotation distribution unit divided into a purge region penetratingly connected to the pipe 42 and a discharge region penetratingly connected to the discharge pipe,
    The top plate 21d includes a top plate inlet hole 217d, a top plate purge hole 216d, and a top plate outlet hole formed at the same distance from a central axis to connect the inlet area, the purge area, and the discharge area with the combustion chamber. 215d),
    The lower plate 21a is a lower plate inlet hole 217a formed near the central axis to connect the inlet area with the inlet pipe, and a lower plate purge formed outside the lower plate inlet hole from the central axis to connect the inlet area with the purge area. A hole 216a, and a lower plate discharge hole 215a formed outside the lower plate purge hole from a central axis so as to penetrate with the discharge area;
    The rotary distribution unit 21 is sealed to the outside by the cylindrical outer member 21c, the partition 21b has a cylindrical inner member having the same radius as the lower plate inlet hole, one side is cut, both cut portions of the inner member and Two partitions 253 and 255 respectively formed between the outer member, and one partition wall 254 formed between the convex surface of the inner member and the outer member, and the rotation distribution unit 21 includes the two Two partitions 253 and 255 and a region partitioned by the inner member become the inflow region, and a region partitioned by the two partition walls 253 and 254 and the inner member becomes the purge region and the two partition walls And (254, 255) and the area partitioned by the inner member is configured to be the discharge area.
  6. According to claim 5, The distributor 200 is installed in close contact with the lower surface of the lower plate (21a), the inflow of the circular formed near the central axis to connect through the inlet pipe 41 for receiving harmful gas A ball 227, an annular purge hole 226 formed at an outer side of the inlet hole and connected to a purge tube 42 for receiving a purge gas, and a discharge gas formed at an outer side of the purge hole A lower distribution part 22 including an annular discharge hole 225 for connecting through the discharge pipe 43 and a through hole; And an upper distribution part 23 in close contact with the upper surface of the rotation distribution part 21.
    The upper distribution unit 23 is a dual-disk regenerative combustion oxidation system, characterized in that a plurality of through-holes are formed at the same distance as the top plate inlet hole, the top plate purge hole, and the top plate outlet hole in the central axis (50).
  7. 7. The dual disc regenerative combustion oxidation system according to claim 6, further comprising an elastic member (54) on the lower surface of the lower distribution part (22) to relieve the load of the distributor (200).
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