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Paul S Nolan, Ralph T Berry, Downs William: Method for controlling elemental mercury emission. Babcock &Amp Wilcox Co The, Mcdermott Technol, August 27, 2002: JP2002-239343 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for removing elemental mercury and mercury oxide as mercuric sulfide from a flue gas at near 100% efficiency.SOLUTION: Chlorine and sulfide specifies are separately introduced to the flue gas passing through a scrubber.


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Ralph T Berry, Michael J Holmes: Pressure drop and deposit suppression type atomizer. Babcock &Amp Wilcox Co The, June 21, 1994: JP1994-170283

PURPOSE: To save energy and to lessen the wear of an atomizer by selecting the taper angle of the outlet end of a nozzle hole in such a manner that the wear of the nozzle hole by a jet is lessened by lessening the wetting at the front end of the atomizer and that the flow of the jet through the nozz ...


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Paul S Nolan, Downs William, Ralph T Berry, Stanley J Vetch: Usage of sulfide-containing gas and liquid for removing mercury from flue gas. Mcdermott Technol, Babcock &Amp Wilcox Co The, April 13, 2006: JP2006-095527

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a novel, useful method and an apparatus for removing mercury from a flue gas produced during combustion of fossil fuel or solid waste.SOLUTION: The method and the apparatus use a scrubber for receiving an industrial gas containing oxidized mercury and retaining a scr ...


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Paul S Nolan, Downs William, Ralph T Berry, Stanley J Vetch: Usage of gas and liquid containing sulfide for removing mercury from flue gas. Mcdermott Technol, Babcock &Amp Wilcox Co The, November 14, 2000: JP2000-312813

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable rapid sedimentation of an oxidized mercury into a gas/liquid interface in a scrubber by adding hydrogen sulfide and/or an aqueous sulfide species to an industrial gas in the scrubber, when the industrial gas containing the oxidized mercury is received and cleaned usin ...


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Paul S Nolan, Downs William, Ralph T Berry, Stanley J Vetch: Usage of gas and liquid containing sulfide for removing mercury from flue gas. Mcdermott Technology, The Babcock &Amp Amp Wilcox Company, February 26, 2001: KR1020000016917

PURPOSE: An apparatus is provided to enable rapid sedimentation of an oxidized mercury into a gas/liquid interface in a scrubber by adding hydrogen sulfide and/or an aqueous sulfide species to an industrial gas in the scrubber, when the industrial gas containing the oxidized mercury is received and ...