Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management III by D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland
By D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland
content material: rising applied sciences for unsafe waste administration : an outline / D. William Tedder and Frederick G. Pohland --
Comparative facets of complicated oxidation methods / David F. Ollis --
Supercritical water oxidation expertise : method improvement and primary study / Jefferson W. Tester, H. Richard Holgate, Fred J. Armellini, Paul A. Webley, William R. Killilea, Glenn T. Hong, and Herbert E. Barner --
Photo-assisted mineralization of herbicide wastes via ferric ion catalyzed hydrogen peroxide / Joseph J. Pignatello and Yunfu sunlight --
poisonous pollutant destruction : comparability of the oxidants potassium permanganate, Fenton's reagent, and chlorine dioxide at the toxicity of substituted phenols / Philip A. Vella and Joseph A. Munder --
Ultrasonically speeded up photocatalytic waste remedy / A.J. Johnston and P. Hocking --
Adsorptive and chemical pretreatment of reactive dye discharges / D.L. Michelsen, L.L. Fulk, R.M. Woodby, and G.D. Boardman --
Applicability of organic strategies for therapy of soils / W. Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr. and Robert D. Norris --
improvement of nonlinear crew contribution process for prediction of biodegradation kinetics from respirometrically derived kinetic information / Henry H. Tabak and Rakesh Govind --
Degradation of cyanides by way of the white rot fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium / Manish M. Shah and Steven D. Aust --
Protocol for settling on the speed of biodegradation of poisonous natural chemical compounds in anaerobic strategies / Nagappa Sathish, James C. younger, and Henry H. Tabak --
Anaerobic digestion of business activated cardio sludge / J.C. Goodloe, H.M. Kitsos, A.J. Meyers, Jr., J.S. Hubbard, and R.S. Roberts --
comparability of the effectiveness of rising in situ applied sciences and standard ex situ therapy of solvent-contaminated soils / Sharon R. simply and Kenneth J. Stockwell --
consistent capacitance version : chemical floor complexation version for describing adsorption of poisonous hint parts on soil minerals / Sabine Goldberg --
Modeling brackish resolution impacts at the chemical and actual habit of temperate area soils / M. Marsi and V.P. Evangelou --
Decomposition of perchloroethylene and polychlorinated biphenyls with Fenton's reagent / C. Sato, S.W. Leung, H. Bell, W.A. Burkett, and R.J. Watts --
Catalytic oxidation of trichloroethylene and methylene chloride / Henry Shaw, Yi Wang, Tia-Chiang Yu, and Anthony E. Cerkanowicz --
complex ultraviolet flash lamps for the destruction of natural contaminants in air / Paul G. Blystone, Mark D. Johnson, Werner R. Haag, and Paul F. Daley --
Chemical detoxing of trichloroethylene and 1,1,1-trichloroethane in a microwave discharge plasma reactor at atmospheric strain / T.R. Krause and J.E. Helt --
Bioprocessing of environmentally major gases and vapors with gas-phase bioreactors : methane, trichloroethylene, and xylene / William A. Apel, Patrick R. Dugan, Michelle R. Wiebe, Earl G. Johnson, James H. Wolfram, and Robert D. Rogers --
Mediated electrochemical strategy for damaging waste destruction / R.G. Hickman, J.C. Farmer, and F.T. Wang --
long term longevity of polyethylene for encapsulation of low-level radioactive, unsafe, and combined wastes / P.D. Kalb, J.H. Heiser, and P. Colombo.
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Heteroatoms are converted to inorganic compounds, usually acids, salts, or oxides in high oxidation states, which can be precipitated from the mixture along with other unwanted inorganics that may be present in the feed. Phosphorus is converted to phosphate and sulfur to sulfate; nitrogen-containing compounds are oxidized to N with some N 0 . Because of the relatively low reactor temperature, neither NO nor S 0 is formed (49). ch003 2 2 2 x 2 2 Process Flow Sheet Description There are basically two concepts proposed for SCWO: (1) an above-ground system (MODAR process), and (2) the below-ground system (sometimes referred to as the Oxidyne process).
Chapter 3 Supercritical Water Oxidation Technology Process Development and Fundamental Research 1 1 1 Jefferson W. Tester , H. Richard Holgate , Fred J. Armellini , Paul A. Webley , William R. Killilea , Glenn T. Hong , and Herbert E. , Bloomfield, NJ 07003 2 3 Hazardous organic wastes, including chlorinated hydrocarbons, in aqueous media containing salts can be effectively oxidized by treatment above the critical point of pure water (374°C, 221 bar). High destruction efficiencies may be achieved at low reactor residence times (approximately 1 minute or less) for temperatures above 550°C.
With decreasing organic content, the supplemental fuel required to satisfy the energy balance becomes a major cost. Furthermore, incineration is also being regulated to restrict stack gas emissions to the atmosphere. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1993. 44 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT III downstream of the reaction system to remove NO , acid gases, and particulates (fly ash) from the stack gases before discharge. The cost of this equipment often exceeds that of the incinerator itself.