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Development of U.S. Navy shipboard systems for solid and liquid waste thermal treatment
|Other titles||Development of US Navy shipboard systems for solid and liquid waste thermal treatment|
|Statement||Brian K. Gullett|
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Get this from a library. Development of U.S. Navy shipboard systems for solid and liquid waste thermal treatment. [Brian Kent Gullett; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.]. In Chapter 4, a number of long-range options are presented in the context of future substitutes for incineration.
Their purpose is to reduce the volume of solid waste without creating undesirable side effects. Minimization of shipboard space occupied and ease of operation are prime considerations. The U.S. Navy in cooperation with industry has developed a conceptual design of a plasma arc waste destruction system (PAWDS) capable of meeting.
In Chapter 3, the committee discussed waste destruction by incineration and noted excellent results with large, heavy, expensive the present section, the committee considers technologies that might replace incineration as the process of destruction. There are many possibilities (probably dozens) in this connection, and the committee will describe a few that.
Table 1: Typical Marine Gas Turbines. Although waste heat recovery systems are commonly used in industrial power generation, the highly transient operation of U. Navy engines introduce significant technical challenges to heat exchanger durability, caused by the resultant high thermo-mechanical stresses (fatigue and material failure) as per Table 1, and shipboard space.
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Download Citation | A comprehensive guide to shipboard waste management options | This paper reviews the current science of shipboard waste management techniques. Abstract. In the s, the U.S. Navy began a long-term program to develop shipboard equipment to manage solid waste.
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