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Comparison of pilot plant data with predictions from the U.S. EPA SPRAYMOD computer program
Wayne T Davis
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC
Written in English
|Statement||Wayne T. Davis, Gregory D. Reed and George P. Partridge|
|Contributions||Reed, Gregory D, Partridge, George P, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. ;|
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The report compares SO2 removal predictions of the EPA-developed SPRAYMOD computer program with 12 different data sets collected at the University of Tennessee with a cfm ( cu m/min) lime spray dryer operating without recycling of the baghouse collected solids. The experimental results were obtained with spray dryer operating conditions of: SO2 concentration.
United States Environmental Protection Agency Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park NC Research and Development EPA//S/ Sept. £EPA Project Summary Comparison of Pilot Plant Data with Predictions from the U.S. EPA SPRAYMOD Computer Program Wayne T.
Davis, Gregory D. Reed, and George P. Partridge This report compares SO2 removal predictions. Get this from a library. Comparison of pilot plant data with predictions from the U.S. EPA SPRAYMOD computer program. [Wayne T Davis; Gregory D Reed; George P Partridge; Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.].
The report compares SOâ removal predictions of the EPA-developed SPRAYMOD computer program with 12 different data sets collected at the University of Tennessee with a cfm ( cu m/min.
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"SPRAYMOD" Computer Program To solve the material and energy bal- ance equations described in this report, using the rate relations developed, a computer program, "SPRAYMOD," was written in Basic language.
Comparison of Model Predic- tions with Pilot-Plant Data The predictions of S02 removal effi- ciency of a spray-dryer system by the model.one power plant reached a control level of 80%, but both EPA and EPRI have acknowledged that this result was most likely due to factors unique to the plant and unrelated to the SNCR.
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