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Main Title Assessment of energy recovery potential of industrial combustion equipment /
Author Engel, P. K. ; Hunter, S. C. ; Cherry, S. S. ; Goldstick, R. J.
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Engel, P. K.
CORP Author KVB, Inc., Irvine, CA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Lab.
Publisher Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Year Published 1985
Report Number EPA/600/7-85/033; KVB72-6016-1933; EPA-68-02-2645
Stock Number PB85-245959
OCLC Number 48647622
Subjects Waste products as fuel. ; Flue gases. ; Waste products as fuels
Additional Subjects Heat content ; Energy recovery ; Flue gases ; Assessments ; Industries ; Combustion ; Exhaust gases ; Air pollution control ; Particulates
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NTIS  PB85-245959 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 75 pages ; 28 cm
Abstract
An assessment was conducted to evaluate the waste heat content and energy recovery potential of flue gases from 30 industrial combustion devices. Pollution controls on nine of the devices were evaluated to estimate energy requirements and particulate reduction; energy requirements were compared with incremental emissions at electric utilities supplying power for the pollution controls. Metal processing furnaces had the highest waste heat content in the exhaust gas (57%-86% of fuel heat input). The remaining devices and waste heat content range were: Internal Combustion Engines (21 and 38%), Mineral Kilns (11-55%), Petroleum Process Heaters (14-38%), Boilers (10-41%), and Gas Turbine Combined Cycles (15 and 16%). Energy recovery by combustion air preheat, process heat utilization, or heat engine cycles was evaluated on a preliminary basis and appears to be practical for many of the devices. Energy requirements for particulate emissions control were found to be less than 2.0 percent of heat input.
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"August 1985." Prepared at KVB, Inc., for the Environmental Protection Agency. "EPA/600/7-85/033." Includes bibliographical references (page 54). Microfiche.