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Assessment of the radiological impact of coal utilization

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Assessment of the radiological impact of coal utilization

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Monsanto Research Corporation, Mound Facility, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Miamisburg, Ohio, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal -- Research,
  • Fly ash,
  • Radioisotopes

  • Edition Notes

    StatementClarence E. Styron ... [et al.]
    SeriesMLM ; 2514
    ContributionsStyron, Clarence E., joint author, United States. Dept. of Energy. Division of Environmental Control Technology, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Radiation Programs
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14880881M

    BICHARPUR COAL BLOCK SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Project Location and Project Description The Government of India, Ministry of Coal has allotted Bicharpur Coal Block, over an area of ha to the Madhya Pradesh State Mining Corporation Ltd. for non power sector / merchandise mining. Environmental Aspects of Coal Mining and Utilization Publications Most links below are PDF files and can be either downloaded to your computer by right clicking on each link, saving to your computer, and then opening the file in Adobe_Acrobat, . Coal is a chemically complex substance, naturally containing many trace elements including mercury, selenium and arsenic. The combustion of coal can result in trace elements being released from power stations with potentially harmful . Aziz Boukhair, Laila Belahbib, Khadija Azkour, Hamid Nebdi, Mohammed Benjelloun, Abdelmjid Nourreddine, Assessment of the Radiological Impact on the Environment near a Storage Site of Coal Ashes in a Thermal Power Plant, (), World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, 6, pp. , DOI: /wjnst


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Get this from a library. Assessment of the radiological impact of coal utilization. [Clarence E Styron; Mound Facility.; United States. Department of Energy. Division of Environmental Control Technology.; United States.

Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Radiation Programs.]. The purpose of this study is to assess potential radiological impacts of utilizing pulverized fly ash (PFA) as a constituent in ordinary Portland cement.

For this purpose, the activity concentrations of Ra, Th, and 40K in samples of PFA and Portland cement containing 15%, 20%, and 25% by mass PFA were measured using gamma-ray spectrometry Cited by: 6. Environmental impacts of coal mining and coal utilization in the UK Deniz Mamurekli1 Coal has remained the main source of energy in the UK from to the end of s, and it still plays an important role in the power generation.

The paper discusses the current coal consumption in the UK together with environmental impacts of coal mining File Size: KB. Beyond mining, the industries of electricity generation, vanadium extraction, utilization of lime-ash would be also the important concerns of radiological impact issues (Huang et al., ).

As such, the studies on the distribution of activity concentration and the radiological hazard assessment will provide basic scientific values for future Cited by: J. Environ. Radioactivi~' 2 () Radiological Impact of Coal-fired Power Generation B. Tracy and F.

Prantl Radiation Protection Bureau, Department of National Health and Welfare, Ottawa KIA 1C1, Canada ABSTRACT A radiological impact assessment was carried out at the MW Nanticoke Thermal Generating Station on the north shore of Lake Erie and at Cited by: Coal mining adversely affects the eco-system as a whole.

It is important to conduct suitable assessment studies to learn the potential adverse impact of mining on flora and : Sribas Goswami.

Assessment of the radiological impacts of historical coal mining operations on the environment of Ny-Alesund, Svalbard Article in Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 71(2).

Jacobs, D G, Struxness, E G, and Bowman, C R. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE RADIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMMERCIAL UTILIZATION OF NATURAL GAS FROM A NUCLEARLY STIMULATED WELL. Country unknown/Code not available: N.

p., Web. This chapter addresses key issues associated with the utilization of coal in the United noted in Chapter 1, although the committee’s task is broad and encompasses the entire coal fuel cycle, the congressional framers of this study requested that it focus primarily on the “upstream” aspects of the coal fuel cycle, recognizing that the research and development (R&D) aspects.

Traditional growth in coal utilization will be from increasing electricity demand, while additional growth will be from increasing demand for liquid fuels. Growing concern over the impact of CO 2 on the environment has lead to research and development on coal utilization strategies and technologies that mitigate CO 2 released to the atmosphere File Size: KB.

The environmental impact of the coal industry includes issues such as land use, waste management, water and air pollution, caused by the coal mining, processing and the use of its addition to atmospheric pollution, coal burning produces hundreds of millions of tons of solid waste products annually, including fly ash, bottom ash, and flue-gas desulfurization.

Environment Impact Assessment of Coal Mining problems and lung cancer, Dust allergy and asthma, Noise hazard such as temporary or permanent hearing loss, headache and high blood pressure.

7) Mine fires-an issue for not only the workers but also the people living in adjoining area is a major problem. File Size: 46KB. Assessment of the Mode of Occurrence and Radiological Impact of Radionuclides in Nigerian Coal and Resultant Post-Combustion Coal Ash Using Scanning Electron Microscopy and Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy by Ilemona C.

Okeme 1,*, Thomas B. Scott 1, Peter G. Martin 1, Yukihiko Satou 2, Theophilus I. Ojonimi 3 and Moromoke O. Olaluwoye 4Author: Ilemona C.

Okeme, Thomas B. Scott, Peter G. Martin, Yukihiko Satou, Theophilus I. Ojonimi, Moromoke. Radiological impact of airborne effluents of coal and nuclear plants. McBride JP, Moore RE, Witherspoon JP, Blanco RE. Radiation doses from airborne effluents of model coal-fired and nuclear power plants ( megawatts electric) are by: A project has been initiated at Mound Facility specifically to evaluate the potential radiological impact of coal utilization.

Phase I of the project included a survey of western US coal mines and an assessment of emissions from a power plant burning Western coal. Many communities in developed countries have struggled against the impacts of coal mining. This Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report will comprehensively detail the natural and sociocultural impacts associated with the mining and use of coal in Hwange and issues contributing to micro-climate change in and around the area.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Study of Coal Mines: A Critical Review MD TOUFIQUE KALIM & KUMAR NIKHIL. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Study of Coal Mines: A Critical Review (), “A Text Book of Geology”, pub- C.B.S Publishers & DistributersChapter, Vol-2, PP Assessing the environmental impacts of coal mining using analytical hierarchy process: A case study of Jharia coal-field, India Environmental impact assessment is a process to assess the changes occurring in the In this study, opinions of experts from different fields have been utilized to determine the impact of various coal mining File Size: KB.

Designing coal preparation circuit for cleaning high ash and high sulfur Punjab (Pakistan) coal to meet end-user requirements.

Published online: 9 Jan See all volumes and issues. Vol An Introduction to Coal Quality By Stanley P. Schweinfurth. efficiency and life expectancy of a furnace or boiler, and they often require costly repairs. Coal is abundant in the United States and other devel- The National Coal Resource Assessment Overview.

U S P F]))))). Environmental Aspects of Coal Ash Utilization Tel Aviv, Israel December 15th th– 16 1 Radiological Aspects of Coal Ash Practices in Israel T. Schlesinger. Ariel University Center, Israel. Abstract. Background. Most natural ores, containradioactive isotopes e.g.

40K, Th and U and their decay products. The natural radiological characteristics and their respective annual effective dose (AED) rates, produced by Ra, Th and 40K in coal, fly ash and bottom ash from two large coal-fired power plants (CFPPs) of Xi’an were determined by means of γ-ray spectrometry.

The average activity concentrations of Ra, Th and 40K in all ash samples (fly ash and Cited by:   Shall, as required by the regulatory body, have an appropriate prospective assessment made for radiological environmental impacts, commensurate with the radiation risks associated with the facility or activity”.

The aim of a prospective radiological environmental impact assessment is to determineFile Size: KB. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.

The context for any assessment of future coal production is inextricably linked with the development of a national carbon emissions policy. Potential constraints on. As such, this book gives an integrated overview of coal processing and utilization along with clean coal technology, presenting all the basic principles, theory and practice in a systematic way.

Every topic covered is dealt with in a self-explanatory manner so that any new reader may find this book interesting and easy to understand. A radiological assessment of the workers and the public potentially affected by the operation of the Teruel Coal‐fired Power Plant (the UPT Teruel), was performed under realistic assumptions.

This assessment is part of a wider study to characterize the potential radiological impact of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM), in which our team, integrated by Cited by: 2. Environmental Impact Assessment of Coal Mining Activity in Enugu Metropolis, Enugu State, Nigeria Awalla, C.O.C Department of Geology and Mining Faculty of Applied Natural Sciences Enugu state University of Science and technology, Agbani Enugu State, Nigeria Phone no: File Size: KB.

Environment Impact Assessment of Thermal Power Plant for Sustainable Development Sameer Kumar1, Dhruv Katoria2 and Dhruv Sehgal3 Department of Environment Engineering, Delhi Technological University (D.C.E), Bawana, Delhi, India. Abstract Thermal Power plants are the major source of generation of electricity for any developing country.

• the impact of increased coal use including the increased generation of NO. from combustion and transportation, impacts of increased mining of coal and limestone, and the disposal of toxic fly ash Sustainability Assessment of Coal-Fired Power Plants with Carbon Capture and Storage.

• DOE now calls them Coal Utilization By-products, CUBs (includes gasification) At one time DOE called them Coal Combustion By-products, CCB • Utility industry tends to use the term Coal Combustion Products, CCP • EPA tends to use the term Fossil Fuel Combustion Wastes, FFCW Residues are products when utilized & wastes when disposed of.

Coal Assessments and Coal Research in the Appalachian Basin By Susan J. Tewalt1 and Leslie F. Ruppert1 Abstract Coal is one of our most important domestic energy resources, producing 37 percent of the Nation’s electricity in Coal mining within the Appalachian basin has been ongoing for three centuries and, cumulatively, the basin isAuthor: Susan J.

Tewalt, Leslie F. Ruppert. ever, where were made of the radiological impact of stack effluents of the coal planLs, the studies were limited to ai1 assessment of the radiological dose through the inhalation pathway and did not include the ingestion pathway (3, 7).

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Related Journals of Coal Energy Journal of Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications,Innovative Energy & Research,International Journal of Coal Geology, International Journal of Coal Preparation. ERDA LAMS EPA/ August ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION FROM TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL PREPARATION WASTES A Literature Review and Assessment by E.M.

Wewerka, J.M. Williams, P.L. Wanek, and J.D. Olsen Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory University of California Los Alamos, New Mexico EPA/ERDA Interagency. The recent capsizing of a coal carrying ship in the Sundarbans has raised the stakes on the assessment being carried out by UNESCO on the Rampal power plant.

Located on the fringes of the Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest, the power plant may add to the troubles of this UNESCO World Heritage site. Coal ash utilization in the building industry Coal, like all materials in the earth's crust, contains natural radionuclides.

Coal combustion concentrates these radionuclides into coal ash, which is the mineral by-product of combustion. Characteristic activity concentrations of the natural radionuclides in coal and coal ash, as measured in.

In in the United Kingdom, coal was replaced by the cheaper and abundant natural gas and oil and this was the end of an era. Today, coal still accounts for the production of near to 25% of the world's energy, but is declining fast, and bycoal will contribute to about one‐third only (IEA, ).

There are an estimated billion Cited by: Department of Environmental Affairs,Environmental Impact Assessment and Management Strategy for South Africa (Draft). The analysis and recommendations of this Report do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Environmental Affairs.

The recommendations do not necessarily carry the full support of all the sectors represented. Environmental Assessment of Coal Gasification: IERL-RTP by William J. Rhodes Program Manager, Synthetic Fuels and Thomas W. Petrie Project Officer, Synthetic Fuels Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Office of Energy, Minerals and Industry Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, North Carolina This been.

Because the model allows the comparison of environmental impact assessment for various unit processes, it can be used for all hard coal mines, not only in Poland but also in the world.

This development is an important step forward in the study of the impacts of fossil fuels on the environment with the potential to mitigate the impact of the Cited by: Material from Coal was split to Environmental impact of the coal industry on 27 February The former page's history now serves to provide attribution for that content in the latter page, and it must not be deleted so long as the latter page exists.

Please leave this template in place to link the article histories and preserve this attribution. The former page's talk page can .were also considered: exposure to building materials containing peat and coal ash used by the construction industry, exposure to effluents discharged in the atmosphere (coal) and in rivers (peat, coal, bauxite) as well as exposure to radon for domestic gas users.

Results were compared to national and international radiation protection standards to.