By M. Rashid Khan (Eds.)
content material: fresh strength from waste / M. Rashid Khan, Kenneth E. Daugherty --
effective and low-priced strength restoration from waste by way of cofiring with coal / Charles R. McGowin, Evan E. Hughes --
restoration of ethanol from municipal sturdy waste / M.D. Ackerson, E.C. Clausen, J.L. Gaddy --
changing waste to ethanol and electrical energy through dilute sulfuric acid hydrolysis / L.G. Softley, J.D. Broder, R.C. Strickland, M.J. Beck, J.W. Barrier --
gasoline overview for a fluidized-bed gasification method (U-Gas) / A. Goyal, A. Rehmat --
therapy of municipal sturdy waste by way of the hydrocarb method / Meyer Steinberg / Biomass-fueled fuel generators --
Joseph T. Hamrick --
Transition metals as catalysts for pyrolysis and gasification of biomass / L.A. Edye, G.N. Richards, G. Zheng --
Cofiring tire-derived gas and coal for power restoration / D.J. Stopek, A.L. Justice --
changing waste polymers to power items / P. Assawaweroonhakarn, J.L. Kuester --
Gasification-pyrolysis of waste plastics for the construction of fuel-grade fuel / L.L. Sharp, R.O. Ness, Jr. --
Estimating the heating worth of sewage sludge / M. Rashid Khan, Matthew A. McMahon, S.J. DeCanio --
getting ready pumpable combinations of sewage sludge and coal for gasification / Matthew A. McMahon, M. Rashid Khan --
steel emissions keep an eye on applied sciences for waste incineration / James R. Donnelly --
steel habit in the course of clinical waste incineration / C.C. Lee, G.L. Huffman --
hint steel research of fly ash from combustion of densified refuse-derived gas and coal / Bassam S. Attili, Kevin D. Ingram, Chia-Hui Tai, Kenneth E. Daugherty --
Aluminosilicates as power sorbents for controlling steel emissions / Mohit Uberoi, Farhang Shadman --
research of natural emissions from combustion of quickline binder-enhanced densified refuse-derived fuel-coal combinations / Russell Hill, Baushu Zhao, Kenneth E. Daugherty, Matthew Poslusny, Paul Moore --
Ash usage and disposal / Carl A. Holley --
usage of coal gasification slag / Vas Choudhry, Steven R. Hadley --
High-strength Portland cement concrete containing municipal strong waste incinerator ash / James T. Cobb, Jr., C.P. Mangelsdorf, Jean R. Blachere, Kunal Banerjee, Daniel Reed, Clayton Crouch, Coby Miller, Jingqi Li, Jeanette Trauth --
Assessing the feasibility of constructing and shifting new power know-how to / H.M. Kosstrin, B.E. Levie.
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Note that the breakeven tipping fee range in Table II is reversed for sewage sludge cofiring ($6 to 2/ton) due to the inverse relationship between the fuel credit and coal price described in the previous paragraph. ch002 Discussion Although the estimated breakeven tipping fees are lowest for waste fuel cofiring in utility boilers, there are several institutional and economic factors that create barriers to implementing such projects. Regulated utilities typically pass on fuel savings to the rate payer as part of the rate making process and thus do not share directly in the economic benefits of waste fuel cofiring.
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