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Main Title Application of the Dual Alkali Process at a 280 MW Coal-Fired Power Plant.
Author Kaplan, N. ;
CORP Author Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
Year Published 1984
Report Number EPA/600/D-84/145;
Stock Number PB84-199868
Additional Subjects Air pollution control equipment ; Sulfur dioxide ; Electric power plants ; Industrial wastes ; Combustion products ; Scrubbing ; Flue gases ; Substitutes ; Design criteria ; Calcium oxides ; Sodium carbonates ; Particles ; Performance evaluation ; Economic analysis ; Coal fired power plants ; Dual alkali scrubbing ; Flue gas desulfurization
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NTIS  PB84-199868 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 gives results of applying the dual alkali (D/A) flue gas resulfurization (FGD) process to a 280-MW coal-fired power plant. (NOTE: D/A is a generic term applied to FGD systems that use soluble alkali to absorb SO2 and then react the spent scrubber solution with lime and/or limestone to regenerate the alkali and produce a waste calcium-sulfur salt for disposal. Features that distinguish D/A from conventional direct lime and limestone scrubbing include: (1) use of a clear solution, rather than a slurry, for contacting the flue gas in the absorber; and (2) reaction of the solution in a separate absorbent regeneration section to form the waste solids, rather than forming the waste solids as a part of the scrubbing operation.) The FGD system met all acceptance test process guarantees except filter cake properties (averaging 52.2 of a minimum required 55 wt% insoluble solids). The remaining guarantees were: SO2 emissions limit, particulate matter emissions, lime consumption, soda ash consumption, power consumption, and system availability. The demonstration started on May 1, 1980, and ended on May 31, 1981.