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Main Title Technological and Economic Feasibility of Advanced Power Cycles and Methods of Producing Nonpolluting Fuels for Utility Power Stations.
Author Robso, F. L. ; Giramont, A. J. ; Lewi, G. P. ; Grube, G. ;
CORP Author United Aircraft Corp., East Hartford, Conn. Research Labs.
Year Published 1970
Report Number UARL-J970855-13; CPA-22-69-114; 0661;
Stock Number PB-198 392
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Sulfur dioxide) ; ( Electric power plants ; Air pollution) ; ( Desulfurization ; Fossil fuels) ; ( Coal ; Desulfurization) ; Steam electric power generation ; Electric power generation ; Gas turbine power generation ; Operating costs ; Engineering drawings ; Economic analysis ; Petroleum ; COGAS power system
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-198 392 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 569p
Analytical studies have been made to identify the technical and economic factor that will govern future selection of fuel cleanup processes and advanced-cycle central power stations which, in combination, will be capable of producing electric power at the lowest possible cost while reducing substantially the emissions of sulfur oxide pollutants resulting from the combustion of high-sulfur coal and residual fuel oil. The technical approach was based upon technology currently available, but possibly not reduced to commercial practice as well as technology judged attainable for commercial use within the next ten and twenty years. This approach included evaluations of current and projected; fossil-fuel desulfurization and conversion processes, current and advanced-cycle central power stations, and integrated fuel cleanup and power stations. (APCO abstract)