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Mercury and SO3 capture by the fabric filter in oxy-fuel technology

1st August 2014

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 capture

This project continues to study mercury removal from Oxy-fuel flue gas to reduce the associated costs and risks. It aims to quantify the extent of removal and the impact of impurities (SO3 and NOx) in the CO2. This report focuses on removing mercury with the presence of SO3 in the fabric filter. It concludes that, for practical carbon-in-ash levels, the competition between mercury and SO3 by ash can be neglected.

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Mercury and SO3 capture by the fabric filter in oxy-fuel technology

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