OPTIMIZATION OF THE OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS FOR THE FURNACE OF A THREE BED REGENERATIVE OXIDIZER THAT NEUTRILIZES GASEUS POLLUTANTS
Keywords:Three Bed Thermal Regenerative Oxidizer, Chemistry of Combustion, Emission Pollutants
The purpose of this work is to correlate the excess oxidant-air with the percentage of CO2 in the combustion chamber waste gas of a three-bed regenerative thermal oxidizer unit for the elimination of gaseous pollutants in a given capacity.
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