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Challenges when Converting Coal-Fired Boilers to Natural Gas

Emission Characteristics of Hazardous Atmospheric

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Boiler Combustion | CleanBoiler.org

The emissions from natural gas-fired boilers and furnaces include nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), and carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), methane (CH 4 ), nitrous oxide (N 2 O), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), trace amounts of sulfur dioxide (SO 2 ), and particulate matter (PM).

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Control of Mercury Emissions from Coal-fired Electric

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Air Pollution Control Technology Fact Sheet

• Flue gas recirculation (FGR) – Flue gas from the outlet of the boiler is mixed with the combustion air to the burners. – FGR reduces the combustion temperature and lowers the localized O2 concentration in the primary combustion zone to achieve a reduction in NOx. – Increasing the flue gas flow through the convective pass of the boiler

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Emission Characteristics of Hazardous Atmospheric

control approaches. In general, the majority of gaseous mercury in bituminous coal-fired boilers is Hg2+. On the other hand, the majority of gaseous mercury in subbituminous- and lignite-fired boilers is Hg0. Control of mercury emissions from coal-fired boilers is currently achieved via existing controls used to remove particulate matter (PM), sulfur dioxide (SO2), and nitrogen oxides (NOx

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Emissions of sulfur trioxide from coal-fired power plants

Emissions of sulfur trioxide (SO3) are a key component of plume opacity and acid deposition. Consequently, these emissions need to be low enough to not cause opacity violations and acid deposition. Generally, a small fraction of sulfur (S) in coal is converted to SO3 in coal-fired combustion devices such as electric utility boilers.

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Pollution Control in Boilers | Just Venting

Oct 30, 2019 · Coal ash leaving the combustion chamber can be captured and particulate pollutants removed before being released to the atmosphere. One method for capturing fine particles like PM2.5 is to pass boiler flue gases through an electrostatic precipitator . With an ESP the flue gas flows across high-voltage wires that electrically charge fine particles suspended in the gas.

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