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COE ETN 78-16 - DEVICES FOR REDUCING ENERGY LOSSES FROM FLUE STACK GASES Organization: COE
Date: 1978-09-01
VA - FED H-08-1 SEC 15614 - BOILER BREECHINGS AND STACKS Organization: VA
Date: 2004-12-01
Description: DESCRIPTION:This section specifies flue gas exhaust system and all accessories from the boiler outlet to the stack outlet to the atmosphere.
VA 23 51 00 - BREECHINGS, CHIMNEYS, AND STACKS Organization: VA
Date: 2011-05-01
Description: DESCRIPTION: This section specifies flue gas exhaust system and all accessories from the boiler outlet to the stack outlet to the atmosphere.
API 4009 - ENGINEERING STUDY OF REMOVAL OF SULFUR OXIDES FROM STACK GASES Organization: API
Date: 1968-08-01
Description: The second and main program objective was to provide up-to-date information on capital and operating costs for specific flue gas treatment systems so that the public, private industry, and governmental agencies responsible for the control of sulfur oxide emissions could (a) assess the economic impact and (b) compare the flue gas cleaning concept to other methods suggested for reduction of sulfur oxides pollution.
DSF/ISO/DIS 17211 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS -- SAMPLING AND DETERMINATION OF SELENIUM COMPOUNDS IN FLUE GAS Organization: DS
Description: This International Standard describes the method for the sampling and determination of selenium compounds in both vapour phase and ash particles that are entrained in combustion flue gases carried in stacks or ducts. The selenium content in flue gas is expressed as a mass of elemental selenium in the stack gas.
DS/ISO 17211 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS -- SAMPLING AND DETERMINATION OF SELENIUM COMPOUNDS IN FLUE GAS Organization: DS
Date: 2015-08-31
Description: ISO 17211:2015 describes the method for the sampling and determination of selenium compounds in both vapour phase and solid phase that are entrained in flue gases carried in stacks or ducts. The selenium content in flue gas is expressed as a mass concentration of elemental selenium in the stack gas.
ISO 17211 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS - SAMPLING AND DETERMINATION OF SELENIUM COMPOUNDS IN FLUE GAS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-08-15
Description: This International Standard describes the method for the sampling and determination of selenium compounds in both vapour phase and solid phase that are entrained in flue gases carried in stacks or ducts. The selenium content in flue gas is expressed as a mass concentration of elemental selenium in the stack gas.
VDI 3784 BLATT 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL METEOROLOGY; DISPERSION MODELLING FOR THE DISCHARGE OF FLUE GAS VIA COOLING TOWERS Organization: VDI
Date: 1990-03-01
Description: In the near field, where stacks may reach a source distance from 100 to 1000 m, the flue gas plume resembles a jet flow.
ISO 25597 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS - TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING PM2,5 AND PM10 MASS IN STACK GASES USING CYCLONE SAMPLERS AND SAMPLE DILUTION - FIRST EDITION; CORRECTED VERSION 02/01/2015 Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-03-15
Description: — Dilution sampling train, a dilution sampling train that utilizes a dilution chamber that mixes flue gas with conditioned dilution air to simulate the interaction of the stack gas components with ambient air.
DSF/ISO/DIS 13271 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS - DETERMINATION OF PM10/PM2,5 MASS CONCENTRATION IN FLUE GAS - MEASUREMENT AT HIGHER CONCENTRATIONS BY USE OF VIRTUAL IMPACTORS Organization: DS
Description: The measurement method is especially suitable for in-stack measurements of particle mass concentrations in flue gas. The method can also be used for flue gas which contains highly reactive compounds (e.g. sulfur, chlorine, nitric acid etc.), high temperature and/or high water vapour.
DS/ISO 13271 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS - DETERMINATION OF PM10/PM2,5 MASS CONCENTRATION IN FLUE GAS - MEASUREMENT AT HIGHER CONCENTRATIONS BY USE OF VIRTUAL IMPACTORS Organization: DS
Date: 2012-08-10
Description: The measurement method is especially suitable for in-stack measurements of particle mass concentrations in flue gas. The method can also be used for flue gas which contains highly reactive compounds (e.g. sulfur, chlorine, nitric acid etc.), high temperature and/or high water vapour.
ISO 13271 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS - DETERMINATION OF PM10/PM2,5 MASS CONCENTRATION IN FLUE GAS - MEASUREMENT AT HIGHER CONCENTRATIONS BY USE OF VIRTUAL IMPACTORS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-06-15
Description: The measurement method is especially suitable for in-stack measurements of particle mass concentrations in flue gas. The method can also be used for flue gas which contains highly reactive compounds (e.g. sulfur, chlorine, nitric acid) at high temperature or in the presence of high humidity.
ASTM D6784 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR ELEMENTAL, OXIDIZED, PARTICLE-BOUND AND TOTAL MERCURY IN FLUE GAS GENERATED FROM COAL-FIRED STATIONARY SOURCES (ONTARIO HYDRO METHOD) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: This test method is applicable for sampling elemental, oxidized, and particle-bound mercury in flue gases of coal-fired stationary sources. It may not be suitable at all measurement locations, particularly those with high particulate loadings, as explained in Section 16.
API PUBL 4115 - A STUDY OF THE FATE OF SO2 IN FLUE GAS Organization: API
Date: 1972-03-31
Description: Effective and economic control of such emissions must be based on sufficient knowledge of the behavior and manner of dispersal of SO2 within the boiler, the stack, and the plume. Ideally, of course, the most positive SO2 control is accomplished by burning low-sulfur fuels.
VDI 2066 BLATT 1 - PARTICULATE MATTER MEASUREMENT - DUST MEASUREMENT IN FLOWING GASES - GRAVIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF DUST LOAD Organization: VDI
Date: 2006-11-01
Description: This guideline can be applied at different dust contents according to the following application ranges, and in case of wet or water-vapour saturated flue gas as well as in case of over-saturated flue gas with water droplets. It is applicable in the following application ranges: Application Range A: cleaned-up gas with concentrations up to 50 mg/m3 Application Range B: cleaned-up gas with concentrations up to 150 mg/m3 Application Range C: intermediate gas with concentrations up to 2 g/m3 Application Range D: raw gas with concentrations e.g. up to 100 g/m3 The sampling time of a single measurement is usually 30 min.
ASTM E2029 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR VOLUMETRIC AND MASS FLOW RATE MEASUREMENT IN A DUCT USING TRACER GAS DILUTION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2011-09-01
Description: This test method describes the measurement of the volumetric and mass flow rate of a gas stream within a duct, stack, pipe, mine tunnel, or flue using a tracer gas dilution technique.
DS/ISO 11338-2 - STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS - DETERMINATION OF GAS AND PARTICLE-PHASE POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS - PART 2: SAMPLE PREPARATION, CLEAN-UP AND DETERMINATION Organization: DS
Date: 2003-12-02
Description: This part of ISO 11338 specifies procedures for sample preparation, clean-up and analysis for the determination of gas and particle-phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in stack and waste gases. The analytical methods are capable of detecting sub-microgram concentrations of PAH per cubic metre of sample, depending on type of PAH and the flue gas volume sampled.
API PUBL 4704 - GAS FIRED HEATER - TEST REPORT SITE B CHARACTERIZATION OF FINE PARTICULATE EMISSION FACTORS AND SPECIFICATION PROFILES FROM STATIONARY PETROLEUM INDUSTRY COMBUSTION SOURCES Organization: API
Date: 2001-08-01
Description: ., particulate present in the stack flue gas including condensible aerosols), especially organic aerosols from gas-fired combustion devices; and • Identify and characterize secondary particulate (i.e., particulate formed via reaction of stack emissions in the atmosphere) precursor emissions.
API PUBL 4703 - GAS FIRED BOILER - TEST REPORT REFINERY SITE A CHARACTERIZATION OF FINE PARTICULATE EMISSION FACTOR AND SPECIFICATION PROFILES FROM STATIONARY PETROLEUM INDUSTRY COMBUSTION SOURCES Organization: API
Date: 2001-07-01
Description: ., particulate present in the stack flue gas including condensible aerosols), especially organic aerosols from gas-fired combustion devices; and • Identify and characterize secondary particulate (i.e., particulate formed via reaction of stack emissions in the atmosphere) precursor emissions.
VA - FED H-08-1 SEC 15339 - BOILER PLANT PIPING SYSTEMS Organization: VA
Date: 2005-09-01
Description: DESCRIPTION:All boiler plant piping systems except plumbing and sanitary. Supports for piping, boiler flue gas breechings, boiler stacks. Piping located outside of the boiler plant building is not included except for gas regulator and meter stations.

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