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Ash Behavior and Mercury Control Short Course

This 2-day course was designed to assist personnel in the coal-fired utility industry to understand and manage ash-related problems and to identify mercury emission control strategies. Each day focused on separate topics.

Day 1: Ash Behavior
This course provided a practical overview of ash formation, slagging, and fouling behavior in coal-fired boilers to assist in understanding and managing ash-related problems.

Day 2: Mercury Control
This course provided an overview of recent advancements in mercury transformations, speciation, measurement, and control strategies. Participants gained up-to-date knowledge of developments related to measurement and control of mercury emissions from coal-fired boilers based on results obtained in laboratory-, pilot-, and full-scale testing.

Completed Courses

Maui, HI   November 30-December 1, 2006    Summary

Denver, CO   September 6-7, 2006    Summary

Dallas, TX  June 13-14, 2006    Summary

Pittsburgh, PA  April 4-5, 2006    Summary

Grand Forks, ND  March 21-22, 2006    Summary

La Crosse, WI   March 7-8, 2006    Summary

Billings, MT  March 1-2, 2006    Summary

Course Topics

Day 1: Ash Behavior

Course Description

Agenda

Course Instructors

Course Outline

Day 2: Mercury Control

Course Description

Agenda

Course Instructors

Course Outline

Downloads

Ash Behavior Brochure (PDF)

Mercury Control Brochure (PDF)

English was the official language of these short courses.
1992-2006 University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center (UND EERC).