Co-combustion of coal and a reengineered feedstock for emissions reduction
June 19-24, 2016
Coal combustion is the most common heat supply process for electricity generation in the power plants in countries such as the United States and China. Conversely, there are serious environmental problems due to release of emissions such as mercuty, SOx and NOx that cause formation of acidic rains as a result of contact with humidity. Concentration of these emissions in the outlet of coal-fired boilers is usually larger than the permitted limits. As an example, concentration of SO2 and NO2 from coal combustors before gas cleaning is 200–2000 and 800 ppm, Respectively.
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Mohammad Latifi, Abdelmajid Rakib, Pierre Sauriol, Jaber Shabanian, and Jamal Chaouki, "Co-combustion of coal and a reengineered feedstock for emissions reduction" in "5th International Congress on Green Process Engineering (GPE 2016)", Franco Berruti, Western University, Canada Cedric Briens, Western University, Canada Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2016). http://dc.engconfintl.org/gpe2016/36
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