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Hypergolic oxidizer and fuel scrubber emissions

Hypergolic oxidizer and fuel scrubber emissions

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fuels.,
  • Hypergolic rocket propellants.,
  • Launching pads.,
  • Oxidizers.,
  • Particle emission.,
  • Scrubbers.,
  • Spacecraft maintenance.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Clyde F. Parrish ... [et al.].
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-199957.
    ContributionsParrish, Clyde F., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15424657M

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      Solid fuels (and almost all rocket fuels) consist of an oxidizer and a fuel. In the case of gunpowder, the fuel is charcoal, the catalyst is sulfur (Note: sulfur is not a true catalyst in gunpowder as it is consumed to a great extent into a variety of reaction products such as K2S) and the oxidizer is the potassium ://?qid=AA6RPrP. Controlling the emission of volatile organic compounds (VOC) became a very prominent environmental issue with the passage of the Clean Air Act Amendments, and will continue to be an environmental priority through the next decade. No single technology has played as important a role in the control of VOC emissions as thermal oxidation. It has the ability to destroy VOCs in a one-step

      Solution combustion is an exciting phenomenon, which involves propagation of self-sustained exothermic reactions along an aqueous or sol–gel media. This process allows for the synthesis of a variety of nanoscale materials, including oxides, metals, alloys, and sulfides. This Review focuses on the analysis of new approaches and results in the field of solution combustion synthesis (SCS   A thermal oxidizer combines air and auxiliary fuel to create a region of high temperature in which air pollutants are oxidized. Auto-ignition temperatures can be lowered through the addition of a catalyst. The design and operation are based on temperature, time, and


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National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;] Hypergolic fuels and oxidizer are emitted to the environment during fueling and deservicing shuttle and other spacecraft. Such emissions are difficult to measure due to the intermittent purge flow and to the presence of suspended scrubber liquor.

A new method for emissions Hypergolic bipropellants (fuel and oxidizer combinations that react spontaneously upon mixing) are used for various propulsion applications such as rocket thrusters.

and NOx emissions in a   with auxiliary fuel above the autoignition temperature. Thermal destruction of most organics occurs at combustion temperatures between °F and °F. Residence time is equal to the oxidizer chamber volume divided by the total actual flow rate of flue gases (waste gas flow, added air, and products of combustion).

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Harmon Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Office of Energy, Minerals, and ?Dockey=   A thermal oxidizer is a type of air pollution control equipment used in manufacturing and other industrial processes to reduce emissions of harmful air pollutants (HAPs), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other industrial emissions.

Using extreme high temperatures to trigger a combustion reaction, the air pollutants undergo thermal oxidization, transforming the complex organic The fuel used in the thermal oxidizer burner is also a significant source of CO2 emissions.

This analysis will evaluate methods to reduce CO2 emissions by selecting thermal oxidizer operating conditions (such as temperature and excess oxygen levels) and thermal oxidizer system configurations (such as direct fired systems, recuperative systems ://s64j4r2s.

Carbon dioxide can be removed both from fuel gases, such as biogas, that contains % CO 2. Removal from the biogas is called biogas upgrading. Carbon dioxide can also be scrubbed from the exhaust of a gas engine. When methane is used as a fuel in a gas engine it is burnt and converted to carbon dioxide and other trace :// Such emissions are difficult to measure due to the intermittent purge flow and to the presence of suspended scrubber liquor.

A new method for emissions monitoring was introduced in a previous :// An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Study to optimize gellant polymer-water systems for the control of hypergolic spills and fires"   Research and Technology FOREWORD As the NASA Center responsible for preparing and launching space missions, the John F.

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Main anthropogenic emissions of CO 2 come from the combustion of fossil fuels. CO 2 concentration in flue gases depends on the fuel such as coal (12–15 mol-% CO 2) and natural gas ( mol-% CO 2).

testing, the scrubber exhaust gas temperatures ranged from 98 to F, and dry dryer scrubber exhausts were found to be well below the compliance limit for particulate emissions. Dryer exhaust temperatures ranged from to F, 30 to 40 degrees hotter than the scrubber exhaust.

During the emissions tests, Quality/TItle V Operating Permit Program/Guidance. Thermal incinerators can be used to reduce emissions from almost all VOC sources, including reactor vents, distillation vents, solvent operations, and operations per formed in ovens, dryers, and kilns.

They can handle minor fluctuations in flow, however, excess fluctuations require the use of a flare (EPA, ). Their fuel. A further disadvantage of this arrangement is that if a hypergolic fuel is required for ignition, each individual injector will need its own means of injecting the hypergolic fuel.

Despite these issues, the use of individual injectors did work well, giving relatively high combustion efficiency (91–93%) with N 2 O 4 as the storable ://  Monroe Environmental is a single source solution for highly durable and efficient Packed Bed Scrubbers.

A Packed Bed Scrubber is a wet scrubber that removes acids, soluble gasses, chemicals, fumes, and odors. Contaminated gas flows through a specially designed packing media that is wetted with recirculated ://  Hypergolic fuel and oxidizer scrubbers were studied to determine emissions produced during actual hypergol transfers.

Scrubber liquor used in the fuel scrubber was 14 percent citric acid and thescjrvbber liquor in the oxidizer scrubber was 5 percent NaOH 12 percent N 2SO.

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