Download e-book for iPad: Chemistry, emission control, radioactive pollution and by Nicolás A Mazzeo

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By Nicolás A Mazzeo

ISBN-10: 9533073160

ISBN-13: 9789533073163

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Although this substance is highly toxic it means that mercury is effectively removed from the flue gas. Carbon Dioxide Capture and Air Quality 27 normal air combustion in a pulverized coal power plant and a NGCC power plant. An optimum between NOx reduction and ammonia slip is however to be determined (Rao 2006). 4 Ammonia Ammonia slip from DeNOx facilities is the main source of NH3 emissions from conventional fossil fuel fired power plants without CCS. A significant increase of NH3 emissions may be caused by oxidative degradation of amine based solvents that possibly will be used in post-combustion CO2 capture.

30 Chemistry, Emission Control, Radioactive Pollution and Indoor Air Quality Mercury (Hg) and other heavy metals may be partially removed in the CO2 capture process. Measurements on reclaimer bottoms have indicated that mercury is present in the bottoms (Strazisar, Anderson et al. 2003). e. below 15% (Cui, Aroonwilas et al. 2010). In coal and biomass fired pre-combustion concepts using solvents, no solvent emission to the air is expected during normal operation as any slip of the solvent would be combusted in the gas turbine or end up in the CO2 stream.

BEfficiencies are reported based on the Lower Heating Value (LHV) and assuming a CO2 product pressure of 110 bar. increase in primary energy use. The CO2 removal itself requires less energy in this concept. Overall, the relative increase in primary energy is the lowest for the pre-combustion capture concepts. For the gaseous fuel fired concepts, the increase in primary energy requirement is relatively lower because of the lower carbon content per unit of primary energy. 2 CO2 transport The captured CO2 can be transported as a solid, gas, liquid and supercritical fluid.

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