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dc.contributor.authorRaclavská, Helena
dc.contributor.authorMatýsek, Dalibor
dc.contributor.authorRaclavský, Konstantin
dc.contributor.authorJuchelková, Dagmar
dc.identifier.citationFuel Processing Technology. 2010, vol. 91, issue 2, p. 150-157.en
dc.description.abstractThe application of NEUTREC® technology – desulphurisation by means of sodium bicarbonate – has been tested at the Trebovice coal-fired power plant (Ostrava, Czech Republic). This technology significantly influences the chemical composition of fly ash and the leachability of total dissolved substances (TDS), e.g., sulphates, fluorides and oxyanions (Se, Sb, Cr, As), which are monitored according to the Council of the European Union Decision 2003/33/EC. An increase of TDS in the water leachate from the fly ash obtained at 60% desulphurisation was influenced by sodium content, which is present in the form of Na+ ions (85–90%). The percentages of sodium sulphate and sodium carbonate were between 5 and 10% of the total sodium content. In order to decrease the leachability of TDS, sodium, sulphates and oxyanion mixtures were prepared containing a sorbent (60% bentonite) and mixed with desulphurised and non-desulphurised fly ash in various ratios. The addition of CaO resulted in the formation of a new mineral phase, burkeite. None of the applied technologies tested for the processed fly ash resulted in the preparation of a water leachate which complied in all monitored parameters to the requirements of Council Decision 2003/33 EC for nonhazardous wastes.en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesFuel Processing Technologyen
dc.subjectfly ashen
dc.titleGeochemistry of fly ash from desulphurisation process performed by sodium bicarbonateen
dc.identifier.locationNení ve fondu ÚKen

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