• v.v. Alekseenko The Gas Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv
  • O.B. Sezonenko The Gas Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv
  • O.O. Vasechko The Gas Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv
Keywords: incinerator, medical waste, recuperator, thermal disposal


Methods of reduction of temperature of exhausted gases for incinerators and features of their practical application were considered. Conditions of effective usage of recuperation of exhaust gases heat during thermal disposal of waste were considered. Methods of recuperation of exhaust gases heat of medical institutions’ waste were adduced and character ized. Evaluation of potential value of heat in exhaust gases of combustion of medical institutions’ waste was produced. Nonstationarity of the development of heat, typical of incinerators of medical institutions, which influence on coordination with load curve of potential heat consumer, was considered. The method of heat recuperation by heating of air, which is fed directly into incinerator, was offered. The constructive realization of this method and parameters of recuperator under working loads of incinerator were presented. Bibl. 11, Fig. 4, Tab. 2.

Author Biography

v.v. Alekseenko, The Gas Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv

Candidate of Technical Sciences


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How to Cite
Alekseenko, v.v., Sezonenko, O., & Vasechko, O. (2018). RECUPERATION OF HEAT OF INCINERATORS FOR WASTE OF MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS. Energy Technologies & Resource Saving, (2), 31-38.
Energy saving technologies