High Temperature Interactions Between Residual Oil Ash and Dispersed Kaolinite Powders

@inproceedings{Linak2004HighTI,
  title={High Temperature Interactions Between Residual Oil Ash and Dispersed Kaolinite Powders},
  author={William P. Linak and Corey Andrew Miller and Joseph P Wood and Takuya Shinagawa and Jong-Ik Yoo and Dawn A. Santoianni and Charles J. King and Jost O. L. Wendt and Yong-Chil Seo},
  year={2004}
}
  • William P. Linak, Corey Andrew Miller, +6 authors Yong-Chil Seo
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry
  • The potential use of sorbents to manage ultrafine ash aerosol emissions from residual oil combustion was investigated using a downfired 82 kW laboratory-scale refractory-lined combustor. The major constituents were vanadium (V), nickel (Ni), iron (Fe), and zinc (Zn). The overall ash content of residual oil is very low, resulting in total ash vaporization at 1725 K with appreciable vaporization occurring at temperatures as low as 1400 K. Therefore, the possibility of interactions between ash… CONTINUE READING

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