Coal-Fired Electricity and Emissions Control: Efficiency and Effectiveness discusses the relationship between efficiency and emissions management, providing methods for reducing emissions in newer and older plants as coal-fired powered plants are facing increasing new emission control standards. The book presents the environmental forces driving technology development for coal-fired electricity generation, then covers other topics, such as cyclone firing, supercritical boilers, fabric filter technology, acid gas control technology and clean coal technologies. The book relates efficiency and environmental considerations, particularly from a technology development perspective.
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1. Introduction: The Overarching Issues 2. The Regulatory Framework for Coal-Fired Electricity Generation 3. Setting the Technical Foundation for Modern Power Plants
1919) 4. Setting the Technical Foundation for Modern Power Plants
1945) 5. The Emergence of Modern Coal Fired Generation (1945
1975) 6. Conventional Power Plant Technology Advanced at the End of the 20th Century (1970-2000) 7. Development of New Approaches to Coal Untilization for Electricity Generation 8. Coal-fired Power Plants: 2000
Present . . . and Beyond 9. The Development of Post Combustion Control Technology
David A. Tillman, PhD, has over 40 years of experience in all phases of the energy industry having worked at the plant level for DTE Energy as plant production specialist-fuels and combustion for Monroe Power Plant, at the power plant design level for Foster Wheeler as Chief Fuels and Combustion Engineer, and at the policy level as Vice President of Materials Associates. He also served as senior project manager for Ebasco Environmental, dealing with solid fuel projects. He retired from Foster Wheeler and now serves as an independent consultant. He has authored and/or edited some 20 books and over 200 papers and book chapters on the subjects of solid fossil and biomass fuels.