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Main Title Stationary Source Combustion: An R/D Update.
Author Hall, Robert E. ; Bowen, Joshua S. ;
CORP Author Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA/600/J-76/092;
Stock Number PB-299 372
Additional Subjects Air pollution control ; Combustion products ; Nitrogen oxides ; Revisions ; Carbon monoxide ; Hydrocarbons ; Particles ; Smoke ; Technology ; Feasibility ; Fossil fuels ; Coal ; Field tests ; Surveys ; Reprints ; Stationary sources ; Air quality
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NTIS  PB-299 372 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The paper discusses EPA/IERL-RTP R&D, underway since 1967, to advance combustion technology and the abatement and control of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and other combustion-generated pollutants from major stationary combustion sources. The primary air pollutants under consideration in the program, and for which control by combustion modification methods is feasible, are NOx, CO, hydrocarbons, carboraceous materials, particulates, and smoke. The development of improved technically feasible and cost-effective control methods will ensure the most efficient utilization of existing and available fossil fuels, especially coal, while simultaneously improving air quality. Technologies being developed and evaluated under this program should lead to environmentally acceptable utilization of available fossil fuels in a wider range of applications and should help ease the energy situation by allowing more widespread use of available fuels. To facilitate technology transfer and most practically to communicate recent combustion research results, EPA organized a three-day 'Symposium on Stationary Source Combustion' to address current concerns of those in the combustion field. The Symposium was held in Atlanta, Georgia, September 24 to 26, 1975.