||Survey of control technologies for low concentration organic vapor gas streams
Zerbonia, R. A. ;
Spivey, J. J. ;
Agarwal, S. K. ;
Damle, A. S. ;
Sanford, C. W.
||Research Triangle Inst., Research Triangle Park, NC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Control Technology Center.
||Control Technology Center, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
||EPA-456/R-95-003;68-D1-0118; EPA-68-D1-0118; RTI-5846-114
Low concentrations ;
Gas streams ;
Air pollution control equipment ;
Corona discharges ;
Vapor condesation ;
High flow ;
Air pollution sources ;
Technology assessment ;
Technology innovation ;
Organic vapors ;
Volatile organic compounds ;
Carbon adsorption ;
Thermal oxidation ;
Catalytic incinerators ;
Regenerative thermal incinerators ;
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||1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.
The document presents the results of a series of studies conducted to identify commercially available control technologies suitable for application to low organic concentration gas streams at high flow rates. For this report, low concentration means 100 ppm or below, and high flows are assumed to be those above 100,000 cfm.
EPA Project Manager: Robert J. Blaszczak. Prepared by: Research Triangle Institute under EPA Contract No. 68-D1-0118, Work Assignment No. 114, RTI Project No. 5846-114. Coauthors: James J. Spivey, Sanjay K. Agarwal, Ashok S. Damle, Charles W. Sanford. Sponsored by: Information Transfer and Program Integration Division, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards; and Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development. "May 1995." Includes bibliographical references.