Tuesday, April 8, 2008: 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Room 397 (New Orleans Convention Center)

Research and New Technology Committee (18j)

#141 - Multi-Component Control in Power Generation (18J06)
This session will focus on novel techniques that can remove one or more components (pollutants) from streams produced during the generation of power. Methods that can control multiple components are of interest in order to reduce the size, cost, and complexity of flue gas cleanup or fuel gas cleanup. Power generators can include pulverized-coal combustors and integrated gasification combined cycle systems.
Chair:Evan J. Granite
Cochairs:Henry W. Pennline
Patrick M. Findle
Rameshwar D. Srivastava
2:00 PMMercury Control Strategy in Power Generation
Bruce A. Keiser, Jitendra Shah
2:30 PMAdsorbents for Reduction of Multiple Toxic Metals in Coal-Based Power Generation
Henry G. Paris, Xing Dong, Glen E. Fryxell
3:00 PMPalladium Sorbents for High Temperature Capture of Mercury, Arsenic, and Selenium from Fuel Gas
Evan J. Granite
3:30 PMUc Sulfur Recovery Process An Integrated Multi-Contaminant Removal Process
Diana Matonis, Howard Meyer, Dennis Leppin, Scott Lynn

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