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Main Title Fuel Cycles for Electrical Power Generation. Phase I. Towards Comprehensive Standards: The Electric Power Case.
Author Pigford, Thomas H. ; Keaton, Michael John ; Mann., Bruce J. ;
CORP Author Teknekron, Inc., Berkeley, Calif.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Research and Monitoring.
Year Published 1973
Report Number EEED-101; EPA-68-01-0561;
Stock Number PB-258 523
Additional Subjects Electric power generation ; Fuels ; Pollution abatement ; Effluents ; Nuclear electric power generation ; Fuel oil ; Coal ; Geothermy ; Natural gas ; Solar energy ; Standards ; Fuel cycle ; Air pollution abatement ; Water pollution abatement
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NTIS  PB-258 523 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 225p
Abstract
The study presents an illustrative data base for estimating environmental effluents from alternative technologies for thermally generated electrical power. The data are to illustrate characteristics and possible magnitude of effluents to various environmental media and to illustrate the effect of choices of technology on the media effluents. The entire fuel cycle for each alternate technology is examined, representative sources of environmental effluents at each step in the fuel cycle are identified, and material and environmental quantities are indicated on a representative flow sheet for each means of generating electric power: (1) Light-water nuclear reactor; (2) Low-sulfur bituminous coal; (3) Residual fuel oil; (4) Natural gas; (5) High-sulfur coal, with coal gassification and sulfur removal; (6) High-sulfur coal, with SO2 recovery by wet-limestone scrubbing; (7) Geothermal steam; (8) Breeder fission reactor; (9) Solar energy; (10) Thermonuclear fusion.