||Evaluation of R and D Investment Alternatives for SOx Air Pollution Control Processes, Part 2.
Khan, H. A.;
Mathur., G. K.;
||Kellogg (M. W.) Co., Houston, Tex.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, N.C.
||EPA-68-02-1308; EPA-ROAP-21ADE-010; EPA/650/2-74/098a;
Air pollution control;
Electric power plants;
Air pollution abatement;
Solvent refined coal;
Sulfuric acid plants
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||The report gives results of an extension of work done in Part 1 of the study, reported in September 1974. Of the five major sources of sulfur oxide emissions studied in Part 1, new or enlarged data bases are presented for three: utility plants, industrial boilers, and sulfuric acid plants. Cost models developed for the wet limestone process and the Wellman/Allied process are applied to these source groups, and the results summarized. Application of the Wellman/Allied system to Claus plants is also discussed. Economics are shown for a 'packaged' limestone scrubbing system for small industrial boilers. Cost models, derived from the model for substitute natural gas plants developed in Part 1, are included for low-Btu and intermediate-Btu gas plants. Production costs of substitute natural gas, low-Btu gas, and solvent refined coal are presented, based on actual coal prices in the U.S.
||See also report dated Sep 74, PB-238 263.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Final rept. Mar-Dec 74.
|PUB Date Free Form
||13B; 07A; 68A; 99B; 97
||PC A12/MF A01