Air Quality Compliance and Permitting Handbook provides a straightforward, easy-to-read, nonlegal explanation of the regulatory and technical concepts of air quality compliance, explaining how to effectively manage air compliance at a facility. Although the majority of the book is devoted to a wide general applicability, it also describes the actual permit submissions that are required under regulations (many of which end up being state requirements) and the technical and analytical approaches which are needed in preparing the information required in the permit applications. Useful topics include: Fundamental 1990 and previous Clean Air Act concepts, Permitting, Compliance Checklists and risk assessment methodologies.Reducing peak temperature Flue gas recirculation (FGR) Natural gas reburning ( NGR) Low NOX burners (LNB) Combustion ... Using a sorbent Sorbent in combustion chambers 60-90% Sorbent in ducts Dry bottom boilers a tangentially fired. Dry bottom pulverized coal, gas, or liquid fuel tangentially- fired boilers use jets from each corner of a furnace to inject fuel and combustion air in a swirl.
|Title||:||Air Quality Compliance and Permitting Manual|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2003|