Date of Award

5-1989

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science

Major

Environmental Engineering

Major Professor

Wayne T. Davis

Committee Members

Gregory D. Reed, D. W. Weeter

Abstract

This study reports the preliminary results of a new approach to extend the usage of a Spray Dryer/Baghouse system to high sulfur coal applications. Pilot plant results are analysed and reported for a combined Ca(OH)2/NH3 injection system at inlet S02 concentrations of 2000 ppm and 3000 ppm in the flue gas. The results showed >90% overall S02 removal at average 91.6% sorbent utilization. Some concerns of a full scale system e.g. waste disposal, performance of the baghouse have been discussed. Areas of further study have been identified.

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