693 Mercury and Other Trace Elements in Fuel: Emissions, Control, and Measurement II

Thursday, November 20, 2014: 12:30 PM
M101 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Topics will include, but not be limited to: Mercury and other trace elements in fuels Mercury and trace element chemistry in flue gas Mercury chemistry in wet scrubbers Measurement: challenges, solutions and continuous emissions monitors (CEMs) Control technologies: development and status Novel sorbents Surface studies and reaction mechanisms for trace elements Impact of control technologies on coal by-product utilization Trace element capture from syngas Catalysts for the oxidation of mercury Impacts of sulfur trioxide on capture of mercury Status of regulations for mercury

Advanced Fossil Energy Utilization
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)

Evan J. Granite
Email: evan.granite@netl.doe.gov

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

12:55 PM
(693b) Investigation on the Chemical Degradation of SOFC Anode Caused By the Trace Level of Sulfur and Other Elements Possibly Contained in Coal Derived Fuel Gas
Koji Kuramoto, Toshiyo Fukushima, Sou Hosokai, Koichi Matsuoka, Yoshizo Suzuki, Haruo Kishimoto, Katsuhiko Yamaji and Teruhisa Horita
File available
1:20 PM

1:45 PM
(693d) Sustainable Materials for Mercury Control
K. Thomas Klasson, Isabel M. Lima and Minori S. Uchimiya

2:35 PM
(693f) Cadmium, Phosphorous and Antimony Adsorption on Copper-Palladium Alloy Films
Karen J. Uffalussy, James B. Miller, Bret H. Howard, Dennis Stanko and Evan J. Granite