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Pollution Control and Resource Recovery by Zhao Youcai

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Chapter One

Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Process and Generation of Bottom Ash and Fly Ash

Abstract

Municipal solid waste (also known as refuse, garbage, MSW, domestic waste, etc.) incineration (MSWI) is a complex task carried out by equipment comprising a loading system, an incineration system, an energy utilization system, a flue gas cleaning system and a secondary pollution control system. Bottom ash (also known as slag, BA, MSWI BA, etc.), fly ash (also known as FA, MSWI FA, etc.), and flue gas are the main secondary pollutants. Currently, mechanical grate furnaces predominate around the world, followed by fluidized bed incinerators and a few pyrolysis incinerators. The design parameters for an incinerator should comply with the requirements ...

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