By J.L. Jones, S.L. Radding
content material: evaluation of strong waste and residue new release, disposition, and conversion applied sciences / Jerry L. Jones --
Economics linked to waste or biomass pyrolysis structures / Richard Bailie and C.A. Richmond --
The Andco-Torrax high-temperature slagging pyrolysis approach / Paul E. Davidson and Theodore W. Lucas, Jr. --
Co-disposal of sludge and refuse in a Purox converter / C.T. Moses, K.W. younger, G. Stern, and J.B. Farrell --
The caloricon technique for gasification of reliable wastes / Harald F. Funk --
A vertical-bed pyrolysis process / M.D. Bowen, E.D. Smyly, J.A. Knight, and K.R. Purdy --
Gasification of reliable waste fuels in a fixed-bed gasifier / L.K. Mudge and C.A. Rohrmann --
improvement of pilot plant gasification structures for the conversion of crop and wooden residues to thermal and electricity / R.O. Williams, J.R. Goss, J.J. Mehlschau, B. Jenkins, and J. Ramming --
Stagewise gasification in a multiple-hearth furnace / Robert D. Shelton --
Pyrolyzer layout choices and monetary components for pyrolyzing sewage sludge in multiple-hearth furnaces / Charles Von Dreusche and John S. Negra --
A thermal procedure for power restoration from agricultural residues / Ritchie D. Mikesell, Donald E. Garrett, and Dinh Co Hoang --
Activated carbon and gas from sewage solids / John E. Sigler --
strength from wastes through steam gasification / J.A. Coffman and R.H. Hooverman --
Pyrolysis of scrap tires utilizing the Tosco II strategy : a development file --
B.L. Schulman and P.A. White --
Disposal of sewage sludge and municipal refuse through the Occidental flash pyrolysis technique / Eugene J. Cone --
Variable speed fluidized mattress for pyrolysis of biomass / Steven R. Beck, William J. Huffman, Uzi Mann, and Ho-Der Wong --
EPA's R & D application in pyrolytic conversion of wastes to gasoline items / George L. Huffman and Walter W. Liberick, Jr. --
The syngas method / Herman F. Feldmann and Joseph ok. Adlerstein --
Investigations of the PERC method for biomass liquefaction on the division of strength, Albany, Oregon Experimental Facility / T.E. Lindemuth --
Pyrolysis for the construction of activated carbon from cellulosic sturdy wastes / Paul V. Roberts, James O. Leckie, and Paul H. Brunner.
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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1978. BAILIE A N D RICHMOND Economics Associated with Waste Figure 7. 00 6 Basic Cost of Wood $ / 1 0 Btu Figure 8. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1978. SOLED 40 Figure 9. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1978. RESIDUES 2. BAILIE A N D RICHMOND Economics Associated with Waste 41 of s c a l e o r the lower t r a n s p o r t a t i o n c o s t s . The s i t u a t i o n f o r wood gas would be b e t t e r than that shown i n F i g u r e 9.
B. 218-231, September, 1972. 8Bechtel Corporation, "West V i r g i n i a Recycle Resource Recov ery Center," Technical and Economic Review for City of Charleston, July 15, 1972. 9 B a i l i e , R. C. and C. A. " paper presented at the 1978 Regional Tappi Conference i n Portland, Oregon. 10Mitre Corporation, "Siloculture Biomass Farm," Mitre Techni c a l Report Number 7347, Volume 1 through 5, May 1977. 11Chiang, S. , J . T. Cobb and G. E. Klinzing, "A Critical Analysis of the Technology and Economics for the Production of Liquid and Gaseous Fuels from Wastes," paper presented at the 85th National Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia, February 27, through March 2, 1978.
A third plant, with a capacity of 400 metric tons per day (440 TPD), is being built in Creteil, France, and will be completed in 1979. The first order for a commercial Andco-Torrax System was awarded to S . A . Paul Wurth, Andco's Benelux licensee, in January 1974. This system has a 192 metric-ton-per-day (211 TPD) capacity, and is owned and operated by the Syndicat Intercommunal pour la Destruction des Ordures des Cantons de Luxembourg, Esch, et Cappellen, (SIDOR), a group of 35 municipalities in Luxembourg.
Solid Wastes and Residues. Conversion by Advanced Thermal Processes by J.L. Jones, S.L. Radding