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Thermal Destruction Of CB Contaminants Bound On Building Materials: Experiments And Modeling
LEMIEUX, P. M., JOE WOOD, C. LEE, S. D. SERRE, M. DENISON, M. BOCKELIE, AND A. SAROFIM. Thermal Destruction Of CB Contaminants Bound On Building Materials: Experiments And Modeling. In Proceedings, 2005 SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE RESEARCH, TIMONIUM, MD, November 14 - 16, 2005. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, 1-9, EPA/600/R-11/001, 2005.
An experimental and theoretical program has been initiated by the U.S. EPA to investigate issues of chemical/biological agent destruction in incineration systems when the agent in question is bound on common porous building interior materials. This program includes 3-dimensional computational fluid dynamics modeling with matrix-bound agent destruction kinetics, bench-scale experiments to determine agent destruction kinetics while bound on various matrices, and pilot-scale experiments to scale-up the bench-scale experiments to a more practical scale. Finally, model predictions are made to predict agent destruction and combustion conditions in two full-scale incineration systems that are typical of modern combustor design.
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Organization:U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL HOMELAND SECURITY RESEARCH CENTER
DECON AND CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION