Thermodynamic Considerations for Improved Renewable Energy Production
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Publication Date: May 2021
Keywords: Energy, Environmental Issues, High-Temperature Materials, Modeling and Simulation
Scope: Municipal and industrial wastes are increasingly becoming important sources of renewable energy. However, fouling, slagging, and corrosion associated with the combustion processes of these resources are costly, and threaten the long-term operation of power plants. Papers focusing on the thermodynamic modeling of problematic sulfates and chlorides in the waste combustion processes are welcome. Research papers on emission control pertaining to the renewable energy industries are considered. Manuscripts intended for a broad readership are especially encouraged.