By Charles E. Baukal Jr.
This reference overflows with an abundance of experimental thoughts, simulation ideas, and functional functions worthy within the keep an eye on of pollution generated through combustion methods within the metals, minerals, chemical, petrochemical, waste, incineration, paper, glass, and meals industries. The booklet assists engineers as they try to meet rising environmental rules and reduce combustion-induced pollution within the glossy business period. Brimming with greater than 1300 references and 750 tables, figures, and illustrations, commercial Combustion pollutants and keep watch over reduces concept and offers a large spectrum of schemes valuable for approach development and making plans.
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In the past couple of decades, which has prompted even tighter NOx regulations for most industrial combustion processes. ). 11 shows a comparison of stationary nonutility industrial sources of NOx emissions . For the industrial sources considered here, cement kilns and indirect fired heaters represent two of the larger sources. However, these pale in comparison to industrial boilers and heaters. NOx emissions are discussed in more detail in Chap. 6. 2 Unburned Combustibles A principle unburned combustible is CO, which is formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon-containing fuels.
These heat recovery devices incorporate some type of heat exchanger, depending on the application. A recuperator is a low- to medium-temperature, continuous heat exchanger that uses the sensible energy from hot combustion products to preheat the incoming combustion air. Recuperators are typically used in lower temperature applications because of the limitations of the metals used to construct these heat exchangers. A regenerator is a higher temperature, transient heat exchanger that is used to improve the energy efficiency of high-temperature heating and melting processes, particularly in the high-temperature processing industries.
Each project should be evaluated on its own to determine the best solution for that particular set of conditions. The objective of this book is not to recommend any specific solutions, but rather to offer multiple alternatives for consideration when deciding how to control the pollution emissions from a given process in a given plant in a specific location. Because the regulations, technology, and economics are constantly changing, it would be futile to suggest one solution to fit any and all scenarios.
Industrial Combustion Pollution and Control (Environmental Science & Pollution) by Charles E. Baukal Jr.