Probability of Failure of Building from Fire
The random generation of a small fire in a building, and its random growth into a large fire, which consumes the combustible contents of a compartment, are described by a new unified stochastic...

NOx Emissions from Stationary Combustion Sources
The origin, effects, and abatement procedures for oxides of nitrogen emissions from stationary sources are examined. In assessing the most promising short-range methods for abating NOx...

Indirect Method of SO2 Determination from Combustion
Accurate measurement of SO2 emissions from stationary combustion sources has been a problem over the years. A remaining unresolved question is whether...

Residue Characterization
The relative percentage of combustible material remaining in the residue from municipal incinerators can be used as an indicator of the effectiveness of such a unit. Several methods of...

Sludge Treatment and Disposal by the Zimmerman Process: Twenty-Third Progress Report
Zimmerman process is new wet combustion process for destroying organic sludge by means of dissolved oxygen; results of study of process on pilot plant scale at Southwest Works of Metropolitan...

Sludge Incineration
Fundamentals of combustion of coal, and basic elements of furnace design required for optimum combustion, are applicable to burning of sludge; these principles are incorporated in multiple...

 

 

 

 

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