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ICESP VI CONFERENCE PAPER ABSTRACTS OPERATION AND UPGRADE SERIES

Held in Budapest, Hungary
June 18-21, 1996

The International Conference on Electrostatic Precipitation (ICESP) is the official conference of the International Society for Electrostatic Precipitation (ISESP).  

The following is a list of the Abstracts for the Operation and Upgrade Series papers from the VI ICESP Conference.  

197 - Operating Experience of a Pulse ESP at a Modern 500 MW Coal Fired Power
Naoyuki Yamamura
Hokuriku Electric Power Company
Nanao Ohta Thermal Power Station
Osamu Tanaka, Keisuke Takahashi
Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Engineering and Environmental Group

Abstract
No Abstract Available

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203 - Aspects of ESP Upgrading
Werner J. Frank
WALTHER & erE AG, Waltherstr.

Abstract
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209 - Performance Evaluation of an ESP Unit Using Low Grade Coal
A.Chandra, S.P.Sabberwal and A.K.Mukerjee
Centre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology

Abstract
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215 - Economical Comparison of Conventional and Pulsed Electrostatic Precipitators in Industrial Applications
A.C. Caputo, G. Giacchetta and P.M. Pelagagge
Faculty of Engineering, University of L' Aquila, Italy

Abstract
Pulsed energization of electrostatic precipitator (ESP) may represent on of the most promising solutions to comply with strict environmental regulation in case of high resistivity dust.  In this paper a parametric cost comparison between conventional and pulsed ESP is performed with reference to four man industrial areas.  The analysis results enable to point out the operating parameters which strongly affect the economic convenience of large scale introduction of pulsed ESP


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221 - Exploitation Experience of the Cooperation of an Electrostatic Precipitator and a Desulphurization Installation
Maria Jedrusik
Institute ofHeat Engineering and Fluid Mechanics
Technical University ofWroclaw
Jan Jedrusik
Thermal - electric Power Plant

Abstract
The paper presents the analysis of results which can be used to determine the optimum operating parameters for a combined FGD system and an electrostatic precipitator installation.


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227 - Use of Charged Liquid Aerosols for Increasing of the Efficiency of the Process of Dust Precipitation
Bologa Andrei
Power Engineering Institute, Academy ofSciences ofMoldova

Abstract
The results of investigation and design of electrostatic sprayers of liquids (ESL) for solution of ecological problems are presented in the report.  The experimental results of charged aerosol application for increasing of the efficiency of gas purification and for decreasing the level of dust concentration in industrial halls are presented in the paper.


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232 - Possibilities of Making Use of Integrated Emission Monitoring System for Inspection of Electro Precipitators Operation
Ph. D. Eng. JerzyKnitter
Eng. Tadeusz Matys
Gdansk Thermal-Electric Power Station Complex S A

Abstract
No Abstract Available


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238 - Skewed Gas Flow Technology Improves Precipitator Performance – Eskom Experience in South Africa
Arthur G. Hein
Stothert Engineering Ltd.
Donald Gibson
Eskom


A joint research study conducted by Eskom ( South Africa ) and Stothert Engineering Ltd. ( Canada ) has demonstrated that emissions can be reduced substantially by departure from standards calling for uniform gas flow distribution.  Controlled skewed flows developed in several precipitators serving 660 MW units have achieved reductions from 50% to almost 7-%.  This reduction in emissions utilizing inexpensive flow modifications represents a major advancement in precipitator technology.


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244 - Precipitator Performance Improvement Program – a Practical Approach
Charles-A. Altin
Raytheon Engineers
& Constructors

Abstract
In response to the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments, Pennsylvania Power & Light Company is switching to low sulfur coals to meet Title IV requirements for limiting sulfur dioxide emissions.  In addition, low NOx burners were also installed as part of PP&L’s overall compliance plan.  The Precipitator Performance Improvement Program (PIP) had the goal of producing consistent particulate emissions at levels lower than that prior to program implementation, while coping with higher resistivity fly ashes coupled with the potential for increased unburnt carbon.  The precipitator PIP focused on Unit 2 of the Brunner Island Station, Units 1 and 2 of the Martins Creek Station, and Units 3 and 4 of the Sunbury Station.  A tailored PIP was developed for each Unit, addressing its particular needs.  The PIP blended theoretical concepts and practical considerations in developing a least-cost plan.  The PIP encompassed installation of new rappers and controls, new automatic voltage controllers, increased electrical sectionalization, addition of collecting surface area, and the fuse of single and dual agent flue gas conditioning system.

The precipitator PIP was undertaken of a fast-track schedule approach, moving from the study and specification phase, through installation, in slightly more than one year.  The precipitator PIP’s results are impressive, and suggest that the performance capabilities of many existing precipitators were under estimated.


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254 - An Energy Management System for Electrostatic Precipitator
N/A

Abstract
An Energy Management System (EMS) was developed and tested on a 300 MW unit at Luche Power Plant.  As the result, more than 50% of the energy used by ESP was saved.

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262 - Romanian Technologies for the Utilization the Pulses in the Electrostatic Precipitation in Energetics and Cement Industry
D.Cristescu·~ A.Artino••~ R'Macarie", D.Martin•••~ I'v1.Bota··~ N.Gheorghe+.
* Politechnical University of Bucharest
** ICPET Bucharest
*** lFTAR Bucharest - Promoters laboratory

Abstract
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