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Main Title Systems Evaluation of Refuse as a Low Sulfur Fuel. Volume I.
Author Robert, R. M. ; Sommerla, R. E. ; Konopk, A. P. ; Braunhei, S. T. ; Hanso, R. C. ;
CORP Author Envirogenics Co., El Monte, Calif.
Year Published 1971
Report Number F-1295-Vol-1; CPA-22-69-22; 1111;
Stock Number PB-209 271
Additional Subjects ( Refuse ; Fuels) ; ( Refuse disposal ; Boilers) ; Design ; Furnaces ; Sulfur dioxide ; Abatement ; Air pollution ; Cost estimates ; Collecting methods ; Combustion products ; Particles ; Comminution ; Separation ; Capital costs ; Operating costs ; Engineering drawings ; Incinerators ; Solid waste disposal ; Air pollution abatement ; Low sulfur fuels
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NTIS  PB-209 271 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 311p
Abstract
The fuel properties of refuse and the mechanics and combustion technology associated with the utilization of refuse as a fuel in generating utility grade steam were systematically assessed. By estimating the inventories and compositions of refuse that would likely occur, the extent of SO2-abatement that might be realized in using refuse as a partial coal substitute was projected through the year 2000. Ten different combined-fuel (coal + refuse) fired boiler configurations were conceived and then analyzed in terms of process variables (plant power capacity, fuel-ratio, etc.); performance/cost characteristics were also predicted. Similarly treated were five plans for modifying existing plants to refuse-burning systems. At least one of the systems within the first group was identified as being a more cost-effective approach to refuse disposal than is landfill. The cost model was developed to consider all the major elements involved in the erection and operation of the candidate refuse-burning systems. Two new-plant configurations were extracted and subjected to detailed engineering analysis. Cost estimates were iteratively computed for the resulting preliminary designs. (Author)