||Fuel gas environmental impact : phase report /
Robson, Fred Lee.
||United Technologies Research Center, East Hartford, Conn.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, N.C.;Foster Wheeler Corp., Livingston, N.J.
|| Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Office of Energy, Minerals, and Industry, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory ; For sale by the National Technical Information Service,
||EPA 600/2-75/078; EPA-68-02-1099; EPA-ROAP-21ADD-027; EPA-ROAP-21ADD-104
Coal gasification--Environmental aspects. ;
Gas power plants--Environmental aspects. ;
Steam power plants--Environmental aspects.
Coal gasification ;
Air pollution control ;
Electric power plants ;
Combined cycle power plants ;
Process charting ;
Combustion products ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
Sulfur dioxide ;
Cost estimates ;
Iron oxides ;
Fluidized bed processors ;
Beds(Process engineering) ;
Air pollution control equipment ;
Organic solvents ;
Steam electric power generation ;
Design criteria ;
Performance evaluation ;
Gas turbine power generation ;
Capitalized costs ;
Operating costs ;
BCR process ;
Gas sweetening processes ;
COGAS power systems ;
High temperature ;
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||xx, 294 p. : ill., some fold-out ; 28 cm.
The report gives results of an evaluation of the technical and economic feasibility of: (1) Lurgi-type fixed-bed gasifiers and BCR-type entrained-flow gasifiers in combination with low- and high-temperature fuel gas cleanup systems; (2) advanced technology combined-cycle power systems; and (3) integrated gasification systems, cleanup processes, and power systems. Processes and systems considered were those using technology both currently available for power station configurations which the contractor judged could appear in commercial applications in the 1975-78 time frame (first generation systems) and potentially applicable in the 1980-decade time period (second generation systems). The results indicate that high-temperature cleanup systems have the potential of improving the efficiency and reducing the capital costs of integrated gasification systems.
"EPA-600/2-75-078." Contract no. 68-02-1099, ROAP no. 21ADD-027 and -104, program element no. 1AB013. EPA project officer: William J. Rhodes. "This report covers work performed between July 1, 1973 and November 1, 1974." Includes bibliographical references (p. 266-272).