Accession Number : ADA294412
Title : High-Temperature NO(x) Control Process. Phase 1.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Sep 88-Mar 89,
Corporate Author : KSE INC AMHERST MA
Personal Author(s) : Kittrell, J. R.
PDF Url : ADA294412
Report Date : JAN 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 74
Abstract : KSE has shown that both mordenite and copper mordenite function a effective catalysts for selective catalytic reduction of NO(x) at medium-to-high temperatures. In this phase I SBIR effort, KSE performed calculations and performed limited bench experiments using synthetic exhaust gas to demonstrate that combinations of the two catalysts can be used to provide effective reduction of NO(x) over a wide range of temperatures in the presence of ammonia. Extensive design calculations were performed based on information from an obsolete jet engine test cell (JETC) and a number of unverified engineering assumptions. Although the interpretation of these computations was considered favorable by the contractor, several features of the proposed design appear to be unfavorable: the back pressure is calculated to be 10 inches wg, which is twice Radian 5 recommendation to EPA, and 10 times the Air Force's target value. jg
Descriptors : *HIGH TEMPERATURE, *NITROGEN OXIDES, CONTROL, AIR FORCE, COMPUTATIONS, CELLS, TEST EQUIPMENT, JET ENGINES, AMMONIA, REDUCTION, COMBUSTION, GAS TURBINES, COPPER, CATALYSIS, AERIAL TARGETS, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, BACK PRESSURE, SYNTHETIC FUELS, EXHAUST GASES.
Subject Categories : Inorganic Chemistry
Combustion and Ignition
Air Pollution and Control
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE