Abstract: Process for removing mercury from flue gases of high-temperature plants, in particular power stations and waste incineration plants in which a bromine compound is fed to the multistage furnace and/or the flue gas in a plant section downstream of the furnace, the temperature during contact of the bromine compound with the flue gas being at least 500° C., preferably at least 800° C. The combustion is carried out in the presence of a sulphur compound, in particular sulphur dioxide. Subsequently to the furnace, the flue gas is subjected to an optional multistage cleanup for removing mercury from the flue gas, which cleanup comprises a wet scrubber and/or a dry cleanup.
May 6, 2003
Date of Patent:
April 12, 2005
Bernhard Vosteen, Joachim Beyer, Theodore-Gerhard Bonkhofer, Olaf Fleth, Andrea Wieland, Andreas Pohontsch, Rico Kanefke, Ewa Standau, Claus Mueller, Michael Nolte, Heinz Koeser
Abstract: A photo-catalyst comprising RuO2-loaded A2XnOm or RuO2-loaded BXnOm (wherein A is an alkali metal atom, B is an alkali earth metal atom or Zn, X is a metal ion with d10 configuration, n=m/2 or n=m/3 and n is 2), and especially relates to a photo-catalyst for complete photo decomposition reaction of water.
Abstract: A process for recovering sulfuric acid from an aqueous sulfuric acid solution containing ferrous sulfate is disclosed, which comprises electrolyzing the aqueous sulfuric acid solution containing ferrous sulfate to thereby oxidize ferrous ion dissolved in the solution to ferric ion, and then removing the ferric ion by solvent extraction using a solvent and an extractant.
Abstract: An insulated decking structure and method using a sheet metal structural shape as a purlin or sub-purlin which is symmetrical about a vertical bisecting plane and having a central vertical web, two legs projecting downwardly from the bottom of said web at an angle of about 45.degree. to 75.degree. to the horizontal, each leg having a substantially horizontal flange projecting outwardly at its lower extremity, and a stiffening member at the upper edge of the web.