• 1. Fuel Option A

    [Fuel Unit Cost ($ / unit)✖️Heating Value (Btu / unit)✖️Fuel Efficiency Factor✖Combustion Efficiency]➗ 1,000 = Fuel Cost ($ / 10 squared Btu)

  • 2. Fuel Option B

    [Fuel Unit Cost ($ / unit)✖️Heating Value (Btu/unit)✖️Fuel Efficiency Factor✖️Combustion Efficiency]➗1,000 = Fuel Cost ($ / 10 squared Btu)

  • Typical Fuel Efficiency Factors

    Coal 0.7 - 0.9
    Gas 0.95
    Oil 0.8 - 0.9
    Solid Waste 0.5 - 0.7
    Wood 0.6 - 0.8

  • Combustion Efficiency

  • Fuel: Coal

  • Boiler Size

    Small: 0.70
    Large: 0.80

  • Fuel: Gas

  • Boiler Size

    Small: 0.75
    Large: 0.85

  • Fuel: Oil

  • Boiler Size

    Small: 0.70
    Large: 0.80

  • Fuel: Solid Waste

  • Boiler Size

    Small: 0.60
    Large: 0.75

  • Fuel: Wood

  • Boiler Size

    Small: 0.70
    Large: 0.80

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