Consider becoming more familiar with the wet gas scrubbing process
New ways to calculate adiabatic saturation temperature
A sulfur dioxide (SO2) emission limit of 5 parts
per million by volume on a dry basis (ppmvd) at 0%
O2 has been proposed for fluid catalytic cracking
units (FCCUs) in Californias Los Angeles Area Air
Basin.1 This performance level has been demonstrated
in practice on a commercial scale by wet gas scrubbing of FCCU
regenerator flue gas. Since rulemaking in this jurisdiction is
often the standard for the rest of the regulated community, it
is conceivable that this emission standard and associated
technology may become the norm for best achievable control
everywhere else. In anticipation of this possibility, it would
behoove affected stakeholders to become familiar with the wet
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