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|Main Title||Conceptual Design and Cost Study. Sulfur Oxide Removal from Power Plant Stack Gas. Magnesia Scrubbing, Regeneration: Production of Concentrated Sulfuric Acid.|
|Author||McGlamer, G. G. ; Torstric, R. L. ; Simpso, J. P. ; Phillips, J, J. F. ;|
|CORP Author||Tennessee Valley Authority, Muscle Shoals, Ala.|
|Report Number||TV-29233A; R2-73-244;|
|Stock Number||PB-222 509|
|Additional Subjects||( Air pollution ; Sulfur dioxide) ; ( Sulfur dioxide ; Air pollution control equipment) ; ( Electric power plants ; Air pollution control equipment) ; Scrubbers ; Design ; Performance evaluation ; Process charting ; Reviews ; Flue gases ; Reaction kinetics ; Chemisorption ; Cost estimates ; Capitalized costs ; Operating costs ; Economic analysis ; Regeneration(Engineering) ; Magnesium oxides ; Sulfuric acid ; Production ; Process variables ; Magnesium oxide scrubbing ; Air pollution control ; Waste gas recovery ; Wet methods|
The report is a conceptual design and cost study on magnesia scrubbing-regeneration. It describes the process history, current development status, and variations which have been pursued, and presents process chemistry, kinetics, and mass transfer data. It outlines the four leading processing techniques for evaluation, and discusses the advantages and weaknesses of magnesia scrubbing-regeneration as compared to other SO2 removal processes. It gives results of a complete economic evaluation, including details of the capital, annual operating, and lifetime operating cost estimates. It compares magnesia processes with both low (rural) and high (metropolitan) cost limestone scrubbing systems, and gives sensitivities of such variables as unit size, status (new or existing), fuel type, sulfur content of fuel, on-stream time, and net sales avenue. It enumerates conclusions of the study.