||Afterburner Systems Study.
Rolk, R. W.;
Hawthorn, R. D.;
Garbet, C. R.;
Slate, E. R.;
Phillip, T. T.;
||Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif.
||S-14121; EPA-EHSD-71-3; R2-72-062;
Air pollution control equipment);
( Catalytic converters;
Air pollution control;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||The results are presented of a study of afterburner or fume incinerator technology for control of gaseous combustible emissions from stationary sources. The scope of the study included evaluation of current engineering technology, evaluation of existing afterburner systems, assessment of present practices and problems, determination of major sources and potential applications, and development of research recommendations. The main results of the study are presented as a handbook, allowing the potential user to be able to decide if his particular emission is amenable to afterburning and to obtain a rough estimate of cost and size of equipment needed. The user will also be made aware of potential problems and recommended design features. (Author)
||Examines thermal and catalytic afterburner (fume incinerator) technology for control of air pollution from stationary sources.
|PUB Date Free Form
||7A; 13B; 68A; 59B
||PC A22/MF A01