Emissions and control

Trace element emissions, CCC/34

CCC/34 - ISBN: 92-9029-344-6

International and national legislation is increasingly being applied to trace element emissions. This report reviews this legislation. It indicates trends in emissions which have decreased for a variety of reasons in man... More...

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NOx modelling and prediction, CCC/31

CCC/31 - ISBN: 92-9029-341-4

This report discusses the development of modelling and prediction methods for estimating and minimising the level of NOx production during the combustion of pulverised coal. Current approaches include the use of computational... More...

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Mercury emissions and effects - the role of coal, IEAPER/19

IEAPER/19 - ISBN: 92-9029-258-X

Mercury in its various chemical forms is a difficult element to measure at low concentrations. Reliable data on mercury emissions are therefore sparse. Some data suggest that the concentration of mercury in the atmosphere is ... More...

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Sampling and analysis of PM10/PM2.5, CCC/09

CCC/09 - ISBN: 92-9029-313-6

Ambient concentrations are of most concern with respect to effects on human health and comprise a complex mixture of pollutants which varies in time and from place to place. Accurate measurement and monitoring of PM 10More...

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PM10/PM2.5 - emissions and effects, CCC/08

CCC/08 - ISBN: 92-9029-312-8

Power generation including coal-fired power stations is responsible for much less particulate and Nox emissions but generally more SO2 emissions than mobile sources such as road traffic. Most emissions are continuing to decli... More...

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