Binder Enhanced Refuse Derived Fuel

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Patent relating to refuse derived fuels and more particularly to binder enhanced refuse derived fuel pellets and utilization of such pellets in solid-fuel fired furnaces.

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Daugherty, Kenneth E.; Venables, Barney J. & Ohlsson, Oscar O. October 8, 1996.

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Patent relating to refuse derived fuels and more particularly to binder enhanced refuse derived fuel pellets and utilization of such pellets in solid-fuel fired furnaces.

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9 p.

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Abstract: A refuse derived fuel (RDF) pellet having about 11% or more particulate calcium hydroxide which is utilized in a combustionable mixture. The pellets are used in a particulate fuel bring a mixture of 10% or more, on a heat equivalent basis, of the RDF pellet which contains calcium hydroxide as a binder, with 50% or more, on a heat equivalent basis, of a sulphur containing coal. Combustion of the mixture is effective to produce an efficient gas from the combustion zone having a reduced SO2 and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon content of effluent gas from similar combustion materials not containing the calcium hydroxide.

Related U.S. Application Data: Division of Serial Number 110,397, August 23, 1993, abandoned which is a continuation of Serial Number 368,184, June 19, 1989, abandoned.

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  • April 12, 1995

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  • October 8, 1996

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Daugherty, Kenneth E.; Venables, Barney J. & Ohlsson, Oscar O. Binder Enhanced Refuse Derived Fuel, patent, October 8, 1996; [Washington, D.C.]. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc303221/: accessed September 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Arts and Sciences.