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Selective Catalytic Reduction with ammonia has been widely accepted in most parts of the world since the 1970's. So there is a lot of information out there on its effectiveness.
Please take a look at this paper by Shell regarding their DeNOx system, and then let me know how the information you need relates to this... or if you can tell me what specifically you are looking for in terms of reports, I can narrow things down.
3rd International Symposium on Flue Gas Treatment - Brussels
Iread the Shell papaer. It is too specific since it relates to ncineration and aI am NOT lookin g for dioxin destruction in a incinerator but in a process stream.
OK. That's the information I was looking for.
In terms of what you are looking for that is.
Just give me a few minutes if you don't mind. I've done a research paper on this, so I have plenty of notes - I just need to go through some of them to find exactly what you are asking for.
OK .. Take your time
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This is much more general. Please let me know if this is closer to what you are looking for: IGCC Final Report NETL
There is a site run by the ACC that contains a tremendous amount of information, including links to many reports, as well.
I'm looking there for information related to removal of dioxins as it relates to process streams. As you know, most of the information relates to incinerators, but there is more general information.
I think I have the report that will help.
Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Treatment
any citations re dioxin & ammonia in a gas stream?
Yes, those are much easier to find.
Dioxin Removal from Gas Streams
If you need more, let me know.
In this case, though, references to incineration are almost unavoidable.
For example, this is an excellent report: http://brainchamber.com/yourls/6Xdz1y
This is what the Shell DeNOx ssytem is.
Dioxin removal from the flue gas stream of an incinerator.