Hot Gas Cleaning using Advanced Ceramic Filter Technology for Municipal Waste Incinerators (HOTFIL) - Synthetic Dust for Modelling High Temperature Filter Cake Behaviour in MSW Incinerators

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Hot Gas Cleaning using Advanced Ceramic Filter Technology for Municipal Waste Incinerators (HOTFIL) - Synthetic Dust for Modelling High Temperature Filter Cake Behaviour in MSW Incinerators.

P.J. Hayes, R. Schulz, H. Leibold, B. Zimmerlin, B. O’Reilly and P. Hahn

 

This paper describes the objectives and partner roles within a Brite-EuRam Basic Research Project entitled Hot Gas Cleaning using Advanced Ceramic Filter Technology for Municipal Waste Incinerators (HOTFIL). In the initial stages of the project, a survey of flue gas and particulate compositions and morphologies was performed via contacts within incineration plants and from published data from the International Ash Working Group, IAWG. In addition, samples from the experimental incinerator controlled by ITC were analysed to provide a range of fly ash and gas compositions from municipal waste types combusted at rates of up to 200 kg/h. The data has been used to characterise gas and particulate compositions to be studied in future experimental work.

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