Air-Phase Mercury Removal
Author: Michael Kuznetz
This course presents the Universal Mercury Removal Efficiency Algorithm (UMREA) for electric utility boilers and power plants that use pulverized coal. UMREA, derived by the author, is an expanded and a more flexible version of the US DOE Mercury Removal Efficiency Algorithm. UMREA predicts flue gas mercury removal for a broad range of commercially available adsorbents. It can be used by various industries since mercury is emitted from a number of industrial processes beyond coal and oil combustion such as municipal and medical waste combustion and thermal treatment of hazardous materials.
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This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Types of air pollution control devices
- Flue gas mercury capture technologies
- Major mercury air pollution control process variables
- Vapor phase flue gas mercury speciation
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