Fly Ash Electrostatic Separator Design

Oct 01, 1996 @article{osti_370378, title = {Tribelectrostatic separation of unburned carbon from fly ash}, author = {Ban, Heng and Li, Tianziang and Schaefer, J L and Stencel, J M}, abstractNote = {Fly ash from pulverized coal power plants is a marketable commodity, provided acceptable levels of carbon content are maintained. With the advent of low NO{sub x} burners, in many cases carbon content has

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