Mercury Control. for Coal-Derived Gas Streams

  • ID: 2785639
  • Book
  • 480 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This essential handbook and ready reference offers a detailed overview of the existing and currently researched technologies available for the control of mercury in coal–derived gas streams and that are viable for meeting the strict standards set by environmental protection agencies.

Written by an internationally acclaimed author team from government agencies, academia and industry, it details US, EU, Asia–Pacific and other international perspectives, regulations and guidelines.

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Preface

INTRODUCTION

FATE OF MERCURY IN THE ENVIRONMENT

REGULATIONS

US Regulations

International Regulations and Trends

TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL

MERCURY MEASUREMENT IN COAL GAS

Continuous Emission Monitors

Batch Methods: Impingers and Sorbent Traps

MERCURY CHEMISTRY IN COAL UTILIZATION SYSTEMS AND AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DEVICES

Combustion Systems

Gasification Systems

Cement Kilns

RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN THE US

USDOE Program

EPA Research Program

EPRI Program

MERCURY CONTROL PROCESSES USING EXISTING TECHNOLOGY

Scrubbers

Fuel and Flue Gas Additives

Catalysts for the Oxidation of Mercury

Combustion Modification

MERCURY CONTROL PROCESSES USING SORBENTS

Introduction to Carbon Sorbents for Pollution Control

Sorbent Manufacture and Characterization

Activated Carbon Injection

Halogenated Carbons

Concrete–Compatible Activated Carbons

Non–Carbon Sorbents

Sorbents for Gasification Process

FATE OF MERCURY IN COAL COMBUSTION RESIDUES

MODELING OF MERCURY CHEMISTRY IN AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DEVICES

Mercury–Carbon Surface Chemistry

Fundamental Models

System–Level Models

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Evan J. Granite
Henry W. Pennline
Constance Senior
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