Accession Number : ADA019009
Title : Feasibility Study and Conceptual Design of a Process to Recover SO2 from Sulfuric Acid Plant Tail Gas.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Mar 74-30 Sep 75,
Corporate Author : DOW CHEMICAL USA MIDLAND MICH CONTRACT PROJECTS LAB
Personal Author(s) : Nekervis,W. F. ; Frost,J. R. ; Frick,H. R. ; Lyon,G. W.
Report Date : OCT 1975
Pagination or Media Count : 84
Abstract : The feasibility of absorbing in diethylene glycol, SO2 from air containing 1000 ppm SO2 and desorbing the SO2 for recovery was confirmed. A design is given for use at new sulfuric acid facilities at munition plants. Development was discontinued because the tail gas could contain 0.1% of H2SO4, SO3 and NO sub X, which could react to form explosive dinitrate. (Author)
Descriptors : *Sulfur oxides, *Flue gases, *Sulfuric acid, *Glycols, Ethylene glycol, Recovery, Sulfur compounds, Industrial plants, Ammunition, Air quality, Nitrogen oxides, Pollution abatement, Air pollution, Pilot plants, Toxic hazards, Equilibrium(General), Solubility, Effluents, Chemical analysis, Temperature, Air pollution control equipment, Measurement, Absorption, Explosions, Hazards
Subject Categories : Air Pollution and Control
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE