Application of pulsed corona induced plasma chemical process to an industrial incinerator.

@article{Lee2003ApplicationOP,
  title={Application of pulsed corona induced plasma chemical process to an industrial incinerator.},
  author={Yong-Hwan Lee and Won-Suk Jung and Yu-ri Choi and J. Oh and Sung-Duck Jang and Yoon-Gyu Son and Moo-hyun Cho and Won Namkung and Dong-Jun Koh and Young-Sun Mok and Jae-Woo Chung},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 11},
  pages={2563-7}
}
Pulsed corona induced plasma chemical process (PPCP) has been investigated for the simultaneous removal of NO(x) (nitrogen oxides) and SO2 (sulfur dioxide) from the flue gas emission. It is one of the world's largest scales of PPCP for treating NO(x) and SO2 simultaneously. A PPCP unit equipped with an average 120 kW modulator has been installed and tested at an industrial incinerator with the gas flow rate of 42 000 m3/h. To improve the removal efficiency of SO2 and NO(x), ammonia (NH3) and… CONTINUE READING
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