atmospheric pollutants in the flue gas of coal boilers

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Flue gas treatment a process designed to reduce the amount of pollutants emitted from the burning of fossil fuels at an industrial facility a power plant or another source. Flue gasthe emitted material produced when fossil fuels such as coal oil natural gas or wood are burned for heat or powermay contain pollutants such as particulates sulfur dioxide mercury and carbon dioxide.

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Catalytic Destruction of a Surrogate Organic Hazardous Air ...

Apr 30 2016 · Catalytic destruction of benzene (C6H6) a surrogate for organic hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) produced from coal combustion was investigated using a commercial selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalyst for evaluating the potential co-benefit of the SCR technology for reducing organic HAP emissions. Bench-scale experiments were performed using simulated coal combustion flue gases

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Emission of typical pollutants (NO X SO 2 ) in the ...

May 09 2021 · The flue gas released from the boiler will also contain other components such as reactive and inert components derived from the fuel e.g. SO x NO x fly ash any inert components from the oxygen stream supplied (Ar N 2) and any inert components from the air in-leakage (N 2 Ar H 2 O) (Ligang Zheng 2011; Baukal 2013).

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Experimental investigation on flue gas emissions of a ...

Feb 23 2010 · Flue gas emission concentrations were measured by gas analysers. If the flow rate of the flue gas is known quantitative analyses of the emissions could be done easily. When the biomass boiler is in operation at its design load with a flue gas O 2 concentration of 6% the dry flue gas flow rate was estimated to be 550 l (at 15°C and 1 atm)/min.

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