||Emissions from coal-fired power plants : a comprehensive summary /
Cuffe, Stanley T. ;
Gerstle., Richard W.
||National Center for Air Pollution Control, Cincinnati, Ohio.
|| U.S. Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare. National Center for Air Pollution Control,
Steam power plants. ;
Coal-fired power plants--Environmental aspects.
( Power plants(Establishments) ;
Waste gases) ;
( Air pollution ;
Power plants(Establishments)) ;
Combustion products ;
Sulfur compounds ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
Polycyclic compounds ;
Carboxylic acids ;
Carbon monoxide ;
||Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown.
||v, 26 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
||A study was conducted on air pollutant emissions from the six main types of coal-burning power plants. The components tested include sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, polynuclear hydrocarbons, total gaseous hydrocarbons, solid particulates, formaldehyde, organic acids, arsenic, trace metals, and carbon monoxide. The report relates the effects of variables such as method of operation, type of boiler furnace and auxiliaries, reinjection of fly ash, and type of coal burned to the concentrations of gaseous and particulate pollutants in the products of combustion. (Author)
||Includes bibliographical references (pages 25-26). Microfiche.
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||Publication ; no. 999-AP-14. United States. ; Publication ; no. 999-AP-14. United States. ; Publication ; no. 999-AP-14. United States.
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||Environmental health series Air Pollution
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||Public Health Service publication ; no. 999-AP-35
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