Publication detail

Up-to-date technologies in waste to energy field

STEHLÍK, P.

Original Title

Up-to-date technologies in waste to energy field

English Title

Up-to-date technologies in waste to energy field

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

A review of up-to-date waste to energy technologies, their advances and improvements are presented in this paper. The focus is on waste incinerators under conditions of the European Union. Legislation overview, key equipment, ways of dealing with different process streams and tools for evaluating energy efficiency analysis are presented. The principles for maximum energy utilization are also formulated. A comparison of conventional and up-to-date performances of high efficiency flue gas cleaning systems illustrates the development of waste to energy technologies over the past decades.

English abstract

A review of up-to-date waste to energy technologies, their advances and improvements are presented in this paper. The focus is on waste incinerators under conditions of the European Union. Legislation overview, key equipment, ways of dealing with different process streams and tools for evaluating energy efficiency analysis are presented. The principles for maximum energy utilization are also formulated. A comparison of conventional and up-to-date performances of high efficiency flue gas cleaning systems illustrates the development of waste to energy technologies over the past decades.

Keywords

flue gas cleaning; heat recovery; incineration; waste to energy; waste treatment

RIV year

2012

Released

07.11.2012

Pages from

223

Pages to

242

Pages count

20

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT111890,
  author="Petr {Stehlík}",
  title="Up-to-date technologies in waste to energy field",
  annote="A review of up-to-date waste to energy technologies, their advances and improvements are presented in this paper. The focus is on waste incinerators under conditions of the European Union. Legislation overview, key equipment, ways of dealing with different process streams and tools for evaluating energy efficiency analysis are presented. The principles for maximum energy utilization are also formulated. A comparison of conventional and up-to-date performances of high efficiency flue gas cleaning systems illustrates the development of waste to energy technologies over the past decades.",
  chapter="111890",
  number="4-6",
  volume="28",
  year="2012",
  month="november",
  pages="223--242",
  type="journal article - other"
}