case study of selenium emissions from a coal-fired power plant
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case study of selenium emissions from a coal-fired power plant by J. G. Bolten

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Selenium compounds.,
  • Coal-fired power plants -- Environmental aspects.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJ.G. Bolten, S.A. Resetar.
SeriesRand note -- N-2387-EPRI, Rand publications series
ContributionsResetar, S. A., Electric Power Research Institute.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 102 p. :
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16541064M

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A companion document, A Case Study of Selenium Emissions from a Coal-Fired Power Plant (NEPRI), described the application of the WTRISK computer program to a real case study of selenium emissions from an existing coal-fired power plant in eastern Pennsylvania. Prior to the study mandated by the Clean Air Act Amendments of , EPA had evaluated the risks from, and need for regulation of, radionuclide emissions from coal-fired power plants at roughly five-year intervals going back to Each time, EPA had concluded that regulation was not necessary to protect public health. ESPs are capable of removing up to % of the dust in the combustion gases from a coal-fired power station. However, even with these facilities, coal-fired power plants can still release significant quantities of both PM 10 and PM emissions. There are normally no particulate removal systems on natural gas-fired power plants.   In the current research, Industrial Source Complex Short-Term 3 (ISCST3) tool has been used for simulation of nonlinear advection–diffusion governing differential equation with appropriate boundary condition for prediction of ground-level concentrations of pollutant emission from a coal-fired power plant in Angul, India.