Vulkan-Verlag GmbH High Pressure Gas Pipeline in Artic ConditionsDipl.-Ing. Christian Heinz
More than 2000 km north of Moscow, in the Timan-Pechora Region, the Kharyaga Oil Field is located. Gas is transported through a 9.5 km long 6" pipeline with an operating pressure of up to 356 bar to a field injection well and is reinjected into the reservoir.
Vulkan-Verlag GmbH The implementation of an integral Pipeline (integrity) Management System means more than Integrity aloneAd Pijnacker Hordijk, M. Kornalijnslijper
This paper will give an overview of the history of PiMS and the new developments within Gastransport Services regarding the implementation of an integral Pipeline (integrity) Management System.
European Compost Network ECN e.V. Waste control - legal issues and risks associated with production, disposal and treatment of waste and the sale of waste productsMichael Wilkinson
This paper looks at some of the legal issues and risks faced by a producer of waste, a transporter of waste and a recipient of waste. It also looks at some legal issues associated with the re-use of waste.
Columbia University Design of Automated Materials Recovery Facility for Processing the NYC Recyclables Alexander J. Dubanowitz
The closure of Freshkills Landfill in Staten Island at the end of 2001 has forced the City of New York to seek alternative methods of waste management.
Elsevier Ltd. A laboratory study on the NO, NO2, SO2, CO and CO2 emissions from the combustion of pulverized coal, municipal waste plastics and tiresBonnie Courtemanche, Yiannis A.Levendisa
This is a laboratory study on the combustion emissions from pulverized solid fuels: NOx (NO and NO2), SO2, CO and CO2. Coal, waste tire crumb and waste plastics, such as poly(styrene), poly(ethylene), poly(methyl methacrylate), poly(propylene) and poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC), were burned in an electrically heated drop-tube furnace at high particle heating rates (104-105 K s−1) and elevated gas temperatures (1300–1600 K).
American Chemical Society Exploratory Study on the Combustion and PAH Emissions of Selected Municipal Waste PlasticsLloyd Wheatley, Yiannis A. Levendis, and Paul Vouros
Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) emissions from the combustion of selected synthetic polymers (plastics), commonly found in municipal solid waste streams, were monitored using bench-scale furnaces. Experiments were conducted burning aerosols of poly (styrene), poly (ethylene), poly (propylene), poly(methyl methacrylate), and
poly(vinyl chloride) particles, in size cuts in the range of 150-300 Atm.