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Dear Kinini, FIRST, please see attached word document with the heater and oven combustion emissions. These should be the correct calculations for this section, so there is no need to do the calculations, I just need the text writing to accompany these calculations. I have also attached the Unit VII study guide. Thanks

Read the Unit VII Study Guide, then review the calculations demonstrated and explained regarding calculations for emissions of products of combustion from heaters and ovens for our scenario. Make your Unit VII work your sixth level 1 heading titled ?Heater and Oven Combustion Emissions.? Describe and demonstrate (illustrate) the calculations for the following for this section of your project: (a) nitrous oxides (NOx), (b) carbon monoxide (CO), (c) particulate matter (PM), (d) volatile organic compounds (VOC), and (e) sulfur dioxide (SO2) for BOTH hourly emissions (short-term) in lbs./hr. AND annual (long-term) emissions in tons/year. Your response should be in a minimum one-page, double-spaced document.


Heater and Oven Combustion Emissions

 

Hourly (Short-term) Emissions in Pounds per Hour

 


 

To calculate the Nitrogen Oxide emissions you take 100 ×1,020

 

×2.1 ?

 

?, which equals 0.206 lb NOx per hour.

 

100 lb NOx

 

MMscf

 


 

x

 


 

scf

 

1,020 Btu

 


 

x

 


 

2.1 MM Btu

 

hr

 


 

=

 


 

0.206lb NOx

 

hr

 


 

To calculate the Carbon Monoxide emissions you take 84 ×1,020

 

×2.1 ?

 

?

 

, which equals 0.173 lb CO per hour.

 

84 lbCO

 

MMscf

 


 

x

 


 

scf

 

1,020 Btu

 


 

x

 


 

2.1 MM Btu

 

hr

 


 

=

 


 

0.173lb CO

 

hr

 


 

To calculate the Particulate Matter emissions you take 7.6 ×1,020

 

×2.1 ?

 

?, which equals 0.016 lb PM per hour.

 

7.6 lb PM

 

MMscf

 


 

x

 


 

scf

 

1,020 Btu

 


 

x

 


 

2.1 MM Btu

 

hr

 


 

=

 


 

0.016lb PM

 

hr

 


 

To calculate the Volatile Organic Compound emissions you take 5.5

 

×1,020 ×2.1 ?

 

?, which equals 0.011 lb VOC per hour.

 

5.5 lb VOC

 

MMscf

 


 

x

 


 

scf

 

1,020 Btu

 


 

x

 


 

2.1 MM Btu

 

hr

 


 

=

 


 

0.011lb VOC

 

hr

 


 

To calculate the Sulfur Dioxide emissions you take 0.6 2×1,020

 

×2.1 ?

 

?

 

, which equals 0.001 lb SO2 per hour.

 

0.6lb SO 2

 

MMscf

 


 

x

 


 

scf

 

1,020 Btu

 


 

x

 


 

2.1 MM Btu

 

hr

 


 

Annual (Long-term) Emissions in Tons per Year

 


 

=

 


 

0.001lb SO 2

 

hr

 


 

To calculate the Nitrogen Oxide emissions you take 0.206 ?

 

?

 

×2,500 ?

 

?

 

×1

 

2,000 , which equals 0.257 ton NOx per year.

 

0.206lb NOx

 

hr

 


 

x

 


 

2,500 hr

 

yr

 


 

1ton

 

2,000 lb

 


 

x

 


 

=

 


 

0.257 ton NOx

 

yr

 


 

To calculate the Carbon Monoxide emissions you take 0.173 CO?

 

? ×2,500 ?

 

?

 

×1

 

2,000 , which equals 0.216 ton CO per year.

 

0.173lb CO

 

hr

 


 

x

 


 

2,500 hr

 

yr

 


 

1ton

 

2,000 lb

 


 

x

 


 

=

 


 

0.216ton CO

 

yr

 


 

To calculate the Particulate Matter emissions you take 0.016 PM?

 

? ×2,500 ?

 

?

 

×1

 

2,000 , which equals 0.020 ton PM per year.

 

0.016lb PM

 

hr

 


 

x

 


 

2,500 hr

 

yr

 


 

x

 


 

1ton

 

2,000 lb

 


 

=

 


 

0.020ton PM

 

yr

 


 

To calculate the Volatile Organic Compound emissions you take 0.011 VOC?

 

? ×2,500

 

?

 

?

 

×1 2,000 , which equals 0.014 tons VOC per year.

 

0.011lb VOC

 

hr

 


 

x

 


 

2,500 hr

 

yr

 


 

x

 


 

1ton

 

2,000 lb

 


 

=

 


 

0.014 tonVOC

 

yr

 


 

To calculate the Sulfur Dioxide emissions you take 0.001 SO2?

 

? ×2,500 ?

 

?

 

×1

 

2,000 , which equals 0.0013 tons SO2 per year.

 

0.001lb SO 2

 

hr

 


 

x

 


 

2,500 hr

 

yr

 


 

x

 


 

1ton

 

2,000 lb

 


 

=

 


 

0.0013ton SO 2

 

yr

 


 

References

 

Columbia Southern University. (n.d.b). Unit III study guide. Engineering for indoor air quality.

 

Retrieved from

 

https://online.columbiasouthern.edu/CSU_Content/Courses/Emergency_Services/MEE/

 

MEE6501/15F/UnitIII.pdf?target=blank

 

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (2011). Surface coating facilities: A guide for

 

obtaining air authorization in Texas. Retrieved from

 

https://www.tceq.texas.gov/searchpage?cx=004888944831051571741%3Auk3yh4pey8&cof=FORID%3A11&q=Surface+Coating+Facilities

 

%3A+A+Guide+for+Obtaining+Air+Authorization+in+Texas

 


 

 







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