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DOE/NETL's phase II mercury control technology field testing program: preliminary economic analysis of activated carbon injection.
- Andrew P. Jones, J. Hoffmann, Dennis N. Smith, T. Feeley, James T. Murphy
- EngineeringEnvironmental science & technology
- 17 January 2007
Preliminary costs for mercury control via conventional activated carbon injection (ACI), brominated ACI, and conventional ACI coupled with the application of a sorbent enhancement additive (SEA) to coal prior to combustion are provided.
Improving the productivity of electric arc furnaces
The main objective of the project was to extend the knowledge about influences of various operating parameters on electrical energy consumption and productivity, with the aim to achieve an optimum for these key variables.
A Review of DOE / NETL ’ s Mercury Control Technology R & D Program for Coal-Fired Power Plants
Mercury exists in trace amounts in coal. In the United States, coal-fired power plants emit about 48 tons of mercury and are the largest point source of emissions. The U.S. Environmental Protection…
Evaluating the Suitability for CO2 Storage at the FutureGen 2.0 Site, Morgan County, Illinois, USA
GASIFICATION PLANT COST AND PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION
As part of an ongoing effort of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to investigate the feasibility of gasification on a broader level, Nexant, Inc. was contracted to perform a comprehensive study to…
Department of Energy/Office of Fossil Energy's Power Plant Water Management R&D Program
SUMMARY Freshwater resources and reliable and secure electrical energy are inextricably linked. Thermoelectric generation requires a sustainable, abundant, and predictable source of water and is…
Derate Mitigation Options for Pulverized Coal Power Plant Carbon Capture Retrofits
Characterization and design of the FutureGen 2.0 carbon storage site
Rhizo-lysimetry: facilities for the simultaneous study of root behaviour and resource use by agricultural crop and pasture systems
- P. Eberbach, J. Hoffmann, S. Moroni, L. Wade, L. Weston
- Environmental Science, MedicinePlant Methods
- 31 January 2013
The rhizo-lysimeter root research facility in Wagga Wagga Australia is described in detail and its potential to conduct both ecophysiological and ecohydrological research in the study of root interactions of agricultural crops and pastures is quantitatively assessed.
Development of a new metallurgical process for the production of valuable metallic and mineral materials from by-products generated by the steel industry and other major activity sectors
The zero-waste pilot plant was erected in Vitkovice (Ostrava, CZ) and 9 test campaigns have been performed to date (January 2004). The feasibility of the process with various by-products from carbon…