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Applicability of the Meyers process for chemical desulfurization of coal /
Application of fluidized technology to industrial boilers /
Comprehensive standards : the power generation case.
Comprehensive Standards: The Power Generation Case.
Computer Mapping of Coal Reserves by Sulfur Level: Study Area Report.
Conoco dolomite hot gas cleanup system /
Effect of a flyash conditioning agent on power plant emissions /
Engineering/Economic Analyses of Coal Preparation with SO2 Cleanup Processes for Keeping Higher Sulfur Coals in the Energy Market.
Full-Scale Laboratory Simulation Facility to Test Particulate and Organic Emissions from a Third World Residential Combustion Process. III Evaluation of a Potential Technique for the Control of Emissions from the Indoor, Open Hearth Combustion of Coal.
Particulate collection efficiency measurements on an ESP [electrostatic precipitator] installed on a coal-fired utility boiler /
Sludge oxidation in limestone FGD scrubbers /
Study of the Economic Impact of Sulfur Regulations Promulgated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for Ohio on August 27, 1976. Study Document Number 10. Coal Prices Used in Study of Economic Impacts of Sulfur Oxide Regulations in Ohio.
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