3 edition of The environmental management of low-grade fuels found in the catalog.
The environmental management of low-grade fuels
M. E. MacDonald
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mary MacDonald, Michael Chadwick, and Gareg Aslanian.|
|Contributions||Chadwick, M. J., Aslani︠a︡n, G. S.|
|LC Classifications||TD195.B56 M33 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009049354|
They achieve high fuel-to-steam efficiency, typically over 90 %, even with challenging, low-grade fuels. Because of the high amount of hot circulating bed material, it is possible to burn moist, heterogeneous fuels with low calorific value. With high moisture content fuels, a support fuel can be by: 8. Futurist Keynote Speaker Patrick Dixon: 15m unique visitors, 6m video views. Ranked one of 20 most influential business thinkers alive. Author 17 Futurist books on Future Trends. Futurist speaker and Advisor to > of world's largest companies. Chairman Global Change Ltd. Highly customised, very interactive, entertaining Futurist presentations, every industry, >50 nations.
Perspective on the Deep Hydrotreating of Renewable and Non-Renewable Oils: /ch To meet not only the increased demand of liquid transportation fuel but also the stringent environmental legislation centered on anthropogenic emissionsCited by: 1. The Environmental-Management State. a process that produced large quantities of low-grade ore but that also created massive scars and dead zones on the earth's surface. Contra Mumford, LeCain argues that we cannot so easily separate the technological from the ecological, and that we need to see the scars produced by copper mining and Cited by:
This variant of low grade coal hav e the high heating value HHV = MJ/kg in dry base (db), and elemental composition in wt. % of C, H, O, N, S, Cl; Book reviews accompanied by useful tables and diagrams with many references, mostly reports, at the end of each chapter. Overall they are a useful source of information on the technical aspects of low-grade fuels, and their environmental problems. The final three chapters are very different. They are policy orientated and cover efficiency and conservation, technology transfer.
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The Environmental Management of Low-Grade Fuels will be valuable for industry specialists, policy makers, students and all who are concerned with the life cycle of these materials. Mary MacDonald is an affiliated scientist, and Michael Chadwick is a former director, at the Stockholm Environment Institute.
Get this from a library. The environmental management of low-grade fuels. [M E MacDonald; M J Chadwick; G S Aslani︠a︡n; Stockholm Environment Institute.] -- This is a comprehensive, concise and fully up-to-date study of an increasingly significant energy source in today's diversifying energy market.
It is required reading for energy professionals. The Environmental Management of Low-Grade Fuels (Energy and Infrastructure Set) View larger image.
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State Committee for Environmental Protection. Centre for International Projects.; United Nations. The environmental management of low-grade fuels The environmental management of low-grade fuels Herring, Horace Book reviews experience as the title seems to imply.
Clearly not. The reader however has a huge range of papers to draw on, and this book presents a very complete, warts and all, picture of energy related research in the UK.
EXCERPT: The need for cleaner, sustainable energy continues to drive engineering research, development, and capital projects. Recent advances in combustion science and technology, including sophisticated diagnostic and control equipment, have enabled engineers to improve fuel processes and systems and reduce the damaging effects of fuels on the environment.
Fossil fuels 26 Energy resources 27 The demand for energy 33 C onservation and management of energy resources 35 Impact of oil pollution 42 Management of oil pollution 44 3 Agriculture and the.
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Societies are now beginning to have serious discussions about ‘sustainable development’, but there is still a great deal of confusion over what this means and how to achieve by: The combination of high temperatures and contaminants from the environment and low grade fuels, such as sodium, sulphur, vanadium and chlorine, gives rise to the phenomenon of hot corrosion, which is one of the main reasons for failure in hot section components in gas turbines or other power corrosion is an accelerated mode of corrosion in which the protective oxide layer dissolves.
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This book covers the state-of-the-art advances in several areas of energy, combustion, power, propulsion, and environment, focusing on the use of conventional and alternative fuels.
It presents novel developments in the areas of biofuels and value added products from various feedstock materials, along with thermal management, emission control. Diesel Fuels & Diesel Fuel Systems Application and Installation Guide involves economic and environmental considerations.
The availability of fuels, low-grade fuels and the various grades between them provide choices for the most suitable fuel for any given installation. management of boiler heating surface and advanced environmental preservation are the major research tasks to develop low grade fuel utilization.
In this research subject, the study of combustion characteristics investigates the use of coal mixtures containing high sub-bituminous content, and the factors which affect ash properties.
For. • Significant potential environmental risks are associated with extreme natural events and failures in management practices. Extreme natural events (e.g., hurricanes, earthquakes, intense rainfall events, drought) have the potential to lead to the release of contaminants if facilities are not designed and constructed to withstand such events, or fail to perform as designed.
The book includes topics such as clean fuels, gasification, biofuels, automation, environmental impacts as well as planning and scheduling of refinery operations. PO BoxMontpelier, Vermont • ph • Fax • Efficiency, Scale, and Sustainability Energy supply and use is a national priority and a major focus of national, state, and local policy mak-ers across the United States.
The impacts of climate change and the need to increase energy File Size: 86KB. Low grade fuels have. Physics Chemistry. Engineering:: Environmental Engineering @: Home > Mechanical Engineering > Environmental Engineering: Low grade fuels have [A].
low moisture content [B]. low ash content [C]. low calorific value [D]. low carbon content: Answer.This research work examined how biodiesel produced from frying oils affects the physicochemical properties of its mixtures with conventional heating oil.
Through the characterization of biodiesel blends and heating oil, the purpose is to produce an improved heating oil that will meet the specifications of the existing legislation for heating oil, while positively contributing to reducing the Cited by: 2.The utilization of low-grade iron ore as a catalyst and effect of adding steam in the tar-reforming process were evaluated through this study.
As a result of insufficient energy to remove the OH group at the dehydration below °C, the generation of pores within iron ore was still by: 2.