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Published by Tennessee Valley Authority in Muscle Shoals, AL .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sulphur oxides.,
  • Air -- Pollution.,
  • Scrubber (Chemical technology)

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared for National Air Pollution Control Administration (U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare).
SeriesConceptual design and cost study series study -- no. 3, Bulletin Y-13
ContributionsUnited States. National Air Pollution Control Administration., Tennessee Valley Authority., National Fertilizer Development Center.
The Physical Object
Pagination322 p. :
Number of Pages322
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22164984M

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Development of the General Electric LM Gas Turbine as a Marine Power Plant J. Eng. Power (April,) Closure to “Discussion of ‘Sulfur Dioxide Removal From Power Plant Stack Gas by Limestone Injection—Plant Scale Tests at TVA’” (, ASME J. Eng. Power, 92, p. )Cited by: 3. In existing plants already equipped with electrostatic precipitators, intermittent sulfur oxide removal could be accomplished by (1) connecting the precipitator in parallel with the scrubber and shifting the gas flow to the precipitator when sulfur oxide scrubbing was not needed or (2) connecting the precipitator and scrubber in series and shutting off the scrubber liquor flow to stop sulfur oxide removal. the sulfur removed by the pilot plant rather than burning the H2S in the regenerator off-gas to SO2 and return-ing it to the power plant stack. Pilot Plant integration The flue gas sidestream for the pilot plant is withdrawn from the main flue gas duct and exhausted to the atmo-sphere through a stub stack on the scrubber. Figure 2 is a photograph. Tennessee Valley Authority Sulfur oxides can be removed from stack gases in the form of either a useful and salable product or a waste solid material that must be discarded.

Development of the General Electric LM Gas Turbine as a Marine Power Plant J. Eng. Power (April,) Closure to “Discussion of ‘Sulfur Dioxide Removal From Power Plant Stack Gas by Limestone Injection—Plant Scale Tests at TVA’” (, ASME J. Eng. Power, 92, p. ). McCarthy, J. H., et al., “Detroit Edison Pilot Plant and Full Scale Development Program for ALKALI Scrubbing System,” Ibid. Google Scholar Kelso, T. M., et al., Part I & II “Removal of SO 2 from Stack Gases, by Scrubbing with Limestone Slurry,” TVA Pilot Plant Tests, Ibid. removal of sulfur from coal before combustion, or of the sulfur oxide after combustion, but before it enters the stack: the techniques to be considered are Page Share Cite Suggested Citation: "10 Some Methods of Reducing Sulfur Oxides from Power Plants.". H 2 S removal from natural gas is serious business. The intrinsic corrosivity and extreme health hazards that exist when processing gas streams containing hydrogen sulfide can negatively affect your profitability.

Acid gas removal unit. The acid gas removal unit is designed to remove the acidic components to meet sales gas sulfur and CO 2 specifications. H 2 S must be removed to meet the sales gas specification of 4 ppmv, or ¼ grains per scf of gas. In addition, COS, mercaptans, and other organic sulfur species must be removed. EPA-R Conceptual Design and Cost Study SULFUR OXIDE REMOVAL FROM POWER PLANT STACK GAS Magnesia Scrubbing - Regeneration: Production of Concentrated Sulfuric Acid by G.G. McGlamery, R.L. Torstrick, J.P. Simpson, and J.F. Phillips, Jr, Tennessee Valley Authority Muscle Shoals, Alabama (TVA Bulletin Y) Interagency Agreement TVA Program Element . Removal of SO2 from Low Sulfur Coal Combustion Gases by Limestone Scrubbing L. W. Nannen, R. E. West, and F. Kreith University of Colorado An analysis of the limestone scrubbing process for SO2 removal has been carried out. It has been found that low concentrations of SO2 in power plant flue gas (less than 1, ppm) tend to minimize the solid. ENB Removal of SO2 from Power Plant Stack Gas: Status of Limenstone Processes ENC Capturing Sulfur with Calcined Dolomite ENE Sulfur Dioxide Sorption on the Anion Exhangers ENF The Stone & Webster/Ionics Sulfur Dioxide Removal and Recovery Process ENA Studies and Developments on the Reduction of Environmental Odor Pollution.