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Main Title Comprehensive Standards: The Power Generation Case.
Author Pigford, Thomas H. ; Keaton, Michael J. ; Mann, Bruce J. ; Sessler., Gladys L. ;
CORP Author Teknekron, Inc., Berkeley, Calif.;Energy and Environmental Engineering Div. ;California Univ., Berkeley. Dept. of Nuclear Engineering.;Washington Environmental Research Center, D.C.
Year Published 1975
Report Number Teknekron/EEED-104 ;Teknekron/EEED-105; EPA-68-01-0561;
Stock Number PB-259 876
Additional Subjects Electric power generation ; Thermal power plants ; Thermoelectric power generation ; Environmental impacts ; Nuclear power plants ; Fossil-fuel power plants ; Geothermal power plants ; Solar thermal power plants ; Combined-cycle power plants ; Thermonuclear power generation ; Radioactive wastes ; Flue gases ; Waste heat ; Air pollution ; Water pollution ; Coal ; Natural gas ; Synthetic fuels ; Flow charts ; Coal fired power plants ; High sulfur coal
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NTIS  PB-259 876 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 360p
Abstract
This report presents an illustrative data base of material quantities and environmental effluents in the fuel cycles for alternative technologies of thermally generated power. The entire fuel cycle for each of ten alternative technologies is outlined for a representative power plant generating 1000 Mw of electrical power. The required utilization of material resources and the fuel-cycle material quantities are indicated on a flow sheet for each technology. The technologies considered are: Light-water nuclear reactor; Coal; Residual fuel oil; Natural gas; High-sulfur coal, with coal gasification and sulfur removal; High-sulfur coal, with SO2 recovery by wet-limestone scrubbing; Geothermal steam; Breeder fission reactor; Solar energy; Thermonuclear fusion.