Indirect Method of SO2 Determination from Combustion

by Thomas T. Shen, (M.ASCE), Sr. Res. Sci.; New York State Dept. of Envir. Conservation, Albany, NY,


Serial Information: Journal of the Environmental Engineering Division, 1974, Vol. 100, Issue 3, Pg. 795-798


Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract: Accurate measurement of SO2 emissions from stationary combustion sources has been a problem over the years. A remaining unresolved question is whether SO2 emissions can be calculated satisfactorily with limited measurements of related parameters. Another equally important question concerns the field use accuracy of a current reference method and the development of an equivalent method for practical application. This report presents a brief description of the indirect method based on elemental balances of fuel analysis and SO2/CO relations in the determination of SO2 in stack gases. The theory of this method is illustrated by a fundamental combustion equation with examples of application. The results of this study show that the indirect method of SO2 determination is simple, low cost, accurate, and reliable.

Subject Headings: Combustion | Emissions | Fuels | Dissolved gases | Parameters (statistics) | North America | Colorado | United States

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