||Environmental assessment of a watertube boiler firing a coal-water slurry /
DeRosier, R. ;
Waterland, L. R.
||Acurex Corp., Mountain View, CA. Energy and Environmental Div.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
|| Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; [Available from] National Technical Information Service,
||EPA/600-7-86-004a; EPA/600-7-86-004b; EPA-68-02-3188
Coal-fired furnaces--Environmental aspects. ;
Steam-boilers, Water-tube--Environmental aspects. ;
Coal slurry--Environmental aspects.
Water tube boilers ;
Air pollution control ;
Chemical analysis ;
Trace elements ;
Sulfur dioxide ;
Sulfur trioxide ;
Flue gases ;
Industrial wastes ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
Carbon monoxide ;
Coal water slurries ;
Air pollution detection ;
Air pollution sampling ;
Environmental impact assessments ;
EPA method 5 ;
EPA method 8 ;
Continuous emission monitoring systems ;
SASS train impinger systems
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||2 volumes ; 28 cm
||The report describes results from field testing a watertube industrial boiler firing a coal/water slurry (CWS) containing about 60% coal. Emission measurements included continuous monitoring of flue gas emissions; source assessment sampling system (SASS) sampling of the flue gas, with subsequent analysis of samples to obtain total flue gas organics in two boiling point ranges, compound category information within these ranges, specific quantitation of the semivolatile organic priority pollutants, and flue gas concentrations of 73 trace elements: EPA Methods 5/8 sampling for particulate, SO2, and SO3 emissions; and grab sampling of fuel and ash for inorganic composition. NOx, SO2, CO, and TUHC emissions were in the 230-310, 880-960, 170-200, and 1-3 ppm ranges (corrected to 3% 02), respectively, over the two tests performed. Particulate levels at the boiler outlet (upstream of the unit's baghouse) were 7.3 g/dscm in the comprehensive test. Coarse particulate (>3 micrometers) predominated. Total organic emissions were almost 50 mg/dscm, with about 70% of the organic matter in the nonvolatile (>300 C) boiling point range. The bottom ash organic content was 8 mg/g, 80% of which was in the nonvolatile range. Of the PAHs, only naphthalene was detected in the flue gas particulate, with emission levels of 8.6 micrograms/dscm. Several PAHs were found in the bottom ash.
||"Prepared for Environmental Protection Agency"--Cover. "PB86-159845" (v. 1). "PB86-183308" (v. 2). "EPA/600/7-86/004a" (v. 1). "EPA/600/7-86/004b" (v. 2). "February 1986." "EPA/600-7-86-004a." "EPA/600-7-86-004b."
||Vol. 1. Technical results -- v. 2. Data supplement.
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||Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
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||Final rept. Jan 84-Mar 85.
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