Standard: API 4014

STUDY OF REACTIONS OF SULFUR IN STACK PLUMES

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INTRODUCTION

GCA Technology Division has completed the first year of a projected three-year study of "Reactions of Sulfur in Stack Plumes" under contract No. PH-86-67-125. supported jointly by the Public Health Service; National Air Pollution Control Administration; American Petroleum Institute; Bituminous Coal Research, Inc.; and the Edison Electric Institute. Progress to date, previously summarized in ten monthly letter reports and three presentations to the Project Steering Committee, is presented in this First Annual Report.

During the period covered by this report, two technical presentations have been delivered describing this study at the Annual Meeting of the Air Pollution Control Association. New England Section, held at Providence. R. I., 5 April 1967. entitled "Reactions of Sulfur Oxides in Stack Plumes" (scope and design of study). and at the Annual Meeting of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, New England Section, held at Hartford. Conn., November 1967. same title (discussion of study results).

Organization: American Petroleum Institute
Document Number: api 4014
Publish Date: 1968-05-15
Page Count: 139
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: NO
Status: Inactive
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