Water Quality Issues at Fossil Fuel Plants
This publication highlights proposed approaches and actual projects for dealing with such water quality issues at fossil power plants as water supply, water treatment, and the protection...

Developments in New and Existing Materials
Materials engineering has emerged as an identifiable professional practice within civil engineering in the past few years. Although materials engineering is not new, the concept that this...

Flowable Fly Ash: A New Cement Stabilized Backfill
Cement stabilized fly ash placed at a plastic fluid consistency is a new structural backfill material that flows into place, either above or below water, without using sophisticated construction...

Decision Analysis of Coal Ash Disposal Technology
Coal-fired power plants produce a number of solid waste streams in the course of their operation. These coal combustion by-products (CCBPs) are composed of fly ash, bottom ash and boiler...

Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel in Fly-Ash Concrete

Recovery of Waste Treatment Chemicals from Fly Ash

Cofiring of RDF at the C. P. Crane Station: 1980 Test Results and Future Plans

Dynamic Responses of Flyash

Ash Pond Construction to Meet Performance Requirements
The establishment of environmentally acceptable ash disposal reservoirs for a steam electric station is achieved through the design of impervious embankments and foundation cutoffs. Field...

Pulverized Coal Ash as Structural Fill
Untreated pulverized coal ash, consisting of fly ash with varying percentages of bottom ash, was used as a structural fill material to support the foundation of a new precipitator for...

Filter Criteria for Geotextiles: Relevance and Use
Thm general requirements for filters, both granular and geotextile, in one-directional flow applications and the relevant geotextile properties affecting good filtration performance are...

Dry Ash Handling System for Power Plants
The most commonly used wet ash handling system in which slurried ash is pumped to ash lagoons is compared with a relatively new dry ash handling system in which moistened fly ash and dewatered...

Solid Waste Disposal at Antelope Valley Station

Monitoring Solid Waste Disposal-Coal Creek Station

Pressure Injection Grouting in Landfills Using Lime and Fly Ash

Leachates from Solid Waste Recovery Operations
Conversion of urban solid waste to energy often produces solid residues that require subsequent disposal. Generally they are placed in ash ponds, spread on land, or placed in sanitary...

Fly Ash Sulfur Concrete
Two waste products, fly ash and elemental sulfur, can be combined with a modifying agent to produce a potentially useful construction material, fly ash sulfur concrete (FASC). Production...

Wet Disposal of Fossil Plant Waste Case History
Fossil fueled electric generating plants produce large volumes of solid waste in the form of fly ash, bottom ash, and depending on the coal burned, SO2...

Disposal of Utility Wastes Over a High Water Table

Physical, Chemical and Mutagenic Properties of Incinerated Municipal Sludge Ash

 

 

 

 

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