Removing sulfur before combustion is essential to lower the sulfur dioxide produced during combustion. Common separation processes have large obstacles including usage of large quantities of water, the need to dry the coal after separation, and additional environmental hazards created during the separation process. The current exploratory research concentrates on coal particles in the size range of 105Figure 3-1: Superficial gas velocity and particle diameter selection method............. ...................12 Figure 3-2: Effect of pyrite percentage on particle terminal velocity The percentage of ranges from 0% (pure coal) to 100% (pure pyrite) with 10%anbsp;...
|Title||:||Development of a Separation Riser with Flow Pulsations for Small Coal Particles|
|Author||:||Jordan M. H. Musser|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|