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A Study on Desulfurization Efficiency of Limestone Sludge with Particle Size
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Desulfurization Efficiency of Limestone Sludge with Particle Size
Seo, Sung Kwan; Chu, Yong Sik; Shim, Kwang Bo;
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 Abstract
Flue gas desulfurization(FGD) is the technique to remove gas from stack gases of coal-fired plants. Many researcher have studied to replace the desulfurizing agent because FGD systems use a lot of limestone and energy. In this study, we use the limestone sludge which is a by-product of steel industry in order to replace desulfurizing agent of FGD system by control the particle size of limestone sludge. And desulfurization performance test is implemented by investigating gas removal properties upon the characteristic of the limestone sludge with various particle size.
 Keywords
FGD;Limestone sludge;Particle distribution;Waste recycling;EGD gypsum;
 Language
Korean
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