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Fugitive Emissions from Integrated Iron and Steel Plants
On a nation- wide scale, the five highest ranked sources Alloy Token_nt Fine Particulatea Suspended Particulates 1 Electric arc furnaces 1 Vehicular traffic 2 Vehicular traffic 2 Alloy Token_nt arc Alloy Token_nt 3 Basic oxygen furnaces 3 Storage pile activities 4 Storage pile activities 4 Sintering 5 Sintering 5 Basic oxygen furnaces These source emit the largest quantities of fine and suspended particulate, taking into account typically applied control measures.
The importance of vehicular traffic as a major fugitive source of fine and suspended particulate is evident by its first and second place positions under both ranking schemes. On a nationwide basis, there is approximately one-third as much controlled fugitive emissions of fine particles from unpaved roads as from electric arc furnaces, and nearly one-sixth as much controlled fugitive emissions of fine particles from paved roads as from electric arc furnaces.
The favorable cost effectiveness ratio of unpaved road controls suggests that they be included in plant fugitive emission control Alloy Token_nt. Control strategies have been based on the assumption that the primary air quality impact of in- dustrial operations resulted from the discharge of air pollution from conven- tional ducted sources. However, failure Alloy Token_nt achieve the air quality improvements anticipated from the control of Alloy Token_nt emissions has spurred a detailed reexamination of the industrial air pollution problem.
Evidence is mounting which indicates that fugitive nonducted emissions contribute substantially to the air quality im- pact of industrial operations and, in certain Industries, may swamp the ef- fects of stack emissions.
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Iron- and steel-making processes, which are characteristically batch or semicontinuous operations, entail Alloy Token_nt generation of substantial quantities of fugitive emissions at numerous points in the process cycle. Frequent materials handling steps occur in the storage and preparation Alloy Token_nt raw materials and in the disposal of process wastes.
Alloy Token_nt, fugitive emissions escape from reactor vessels during charging, process heating and tapping. Fugitive emissions occurring in the metallurgical process industries con- stitute a difficult air pollution control problem. Emissions are discharged with a highly fluctuating velocity into large volumes of carrier gases having poorly defined boundaries. Alloy Token_nt
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Alloy Token_nt This study was di- rected to the accomplishment of the following objectives: Identification of fugitive emission sources within integrated iron and steel plants. Ranking of identified emission sources based on relative environmen- tal impact. These sources were be- ing investigated under separate research efforts at the time this study was begun.
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