EPA-600/7-81-143

                                      August 1981
      PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF AN INDUSTRIAL
            SPRAY DRYER FOR S02 CONTROL
                        by

        James A. Kezerle, Steve W.  Mulligan
      Dave-Paul Dayton, and Patricia J.  Perry
   TRW Inc., Environmental Engineering Division
                  P. 0. Box 13000
   Research Triangle Park, North Carolina  27709
              Contract No.  68-02-3174
                  Project Officer

                 Theodore G.  Brna

    Utilities and Industrial  Processes Division
   Industrial Environmental  Research Laboratory
   Research Triangle Park, North Carolina  27711
                   Prepared for:

OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
        OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
       U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
              WASHINGTON, D.C.  20460

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                                  ABSTRACT
     TRW conducted a continuous monitoring test program at the Amcelle
Plant of the Celanese Fibers Company in Cumberland, Maryland, to evaluate
the performance of a dry process flue gas desulfurization system.  This
system treated flue gas from a coal-fired stoker boiler.  Testing was
conducted using methods specified by EPA for 30-day compliance testing,
which requires a minimum of 22 days of data containing at least 18 hours
of data per day and 2 data points per hour.

     Hourly and daily averages of results are presented as well  as
averages for the entire test period.   Operating experience with the
spray-dryer/baghouse system is summarized for a 5-month period ending
with the completion of testing on September 30, 1980.   Brief descriptions
of the test site, the flue gas cleaning system, and the continuous
monitoring system are included.  Manual sampling techniques for data
verification are described and the systems for data acquisition, data
analysis, and quality assurance, prepared specifically for this  program,
are presented.  Raw process and emissions data are included in the
appendices.

     Results based on 23 days of data showed the mean  S02 removal
efficiency to be 70 percent over the compliance test when the sulfur
content of the coal averaged 2 percent.  In general, this efficiency
varied within a range of 60 to 80 percent, except for  periods of system
upset.  Particle removal efficiency was measured at 99.7 percent.
Particulate emissions averaged 0.030 g/m3 (0.013 gr/dscf) during the
2 days these data were taken.

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                                  CONTENTS





Abstract	      ii



Figures	      iv



Tables	       v



Acknowledgments  	     vii



     1.  Introduction and Objective  	     1-1



     2.  Conclusions	     2-1



     3.  Recommendations	     3-1



     4.  Results	     4-1



     5.  Operating Experience  	     5-1



     6.  Description of the Test Site	     6-1



     7.  Description of Continuous Monitoring System 	     7-1



     8.  Description of Reference Method Testing and Analysis  .  .  .     8-1



     9.  Description of Data Gathering System and Procedure  ....     9-1



    10.  Data Analysis	    10-1



    11.  References	    11-1



Appendices



     A.  Daily test data	     A-l



     B.  Daily average S0? concentrations on an hourly basis ....     B-l



     C.  Daily S02 removal efficiencies on an hourly basis 	     C-l
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                                   FIGURES

Number                                                                  Page

 4-1      Average hourly SO- concentrations  for September 3,  1980 with
            FGD system controlled manually 	   4-2

 4-2      Average hourly SCL concentrations  for September 8,  1980 with
            dry FGD system controlled automatically  	   4-3

 4-3      Hourly SOp removal efficiencies  for September 3,  1980  .  .  .   4-5

 4-4      Hourly SO- removal efficiencies  for September 8,  1980  .  .  .   4-6

 4-5      Average daily S02 removal  efficiency for  dry  FGD  system  .  .   4-7

 4-6      Distribution of S02 removal efficiencies  	   4-8

 6-1      Celanese boiler and flue gas cleaning system	   6-2

 6-2      Dry flue gas cleaning system	   6-5

 7-1      Two-stage dry FGD system with TRW  sampling  positions
            indicated	   7-2

 7-2      Flue gas sampling and analysis system	   7-3

 9-1      Sample emissions data sheet  	   9-3
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                                   TABLES


Number                                                                   Page

 5-1      Boiler and Flue Gas Cleaning System Status during Test Period   5-4

 6-1      Analyses of Coals Burned during Test Program 	  6-4

 7-1      Instrument Response Time Results 	  7-5

 7-2      Relative Accuracy Determination for Inlet SCL Monitor,
            Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent, Model  40 	    7-6

 7-3      Relative Accuracy Determination for Outlet SCL Monitor,
            Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent, Model  40 	    7-7

 7-4      Two-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift Determination for SCL
            Monitor, Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent, Model  40,
            0-5000 ppm Range	    7-9

 7-5      Twenty-four-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift  Determination for
            S02 Monitor, Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent, Model  40,
            0-5000 ppm Range	    7-10

 7-6      Two-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift Determination for Outlet
            S02 Monitor, Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluroescent, Model  40,
            0-500 ppm Range	    7-11

 7-7      Twenty-four-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift  Determination for
            Outlet SO- Monitor, Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent,
            Model 40, 0-500 ppm Range	    7-12

 7-8      Two-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift Determination for
            Inlet 0? Monitor, Beckman Paramagnetic, Model  755,
            0-25% Range	    7-13

 7-9      Twenty-four-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift  Determination
            for Inlet 0~ Monitor, Beckman Paramagentic, Model 755,
            0-25% Range^	    7-14

 7-10     Two-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift Determination for Outlet
            0  Monitor, Beckman Paramagnetic, Model 755, 0-25% Range  .    7-15

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                             TABLES (Concluded)

Number                                                                   Page

 7-11     Twenty-four-Hour Zero and Calibration Drift Determination
            for Outlet 09 Monitor, Beckman Paramagnetic, Model  755,
            0-25% Range Z	    7-16

 7-12     Calibration Error Determination for Inlet SO- Monitor,
           Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent,  Model  40  	    7-17

 7-13     Calibration Error Determination for Outlet  SO- Monitor,
            Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent, Model  40 	    7-18

 7-14     Calibration Error Determination for Inlet 02 Monitor,
            Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent, Model  40,  0-5000 ppm
            Range	    7-19

 7-15     Calibration Error Determination for Outlet  0? Monitor,
            Beckman Paramagnetic, Model  755,  0-25% Range 	    7-20

 7-16     Calibration Gases used during  Test  Program  	    7-21

 8-1      Particulate Emissions Results   	    8-3

 9-1      Schedule of Daily Activities  for the  Site Manager  	    9-4

10-1      Equations and Sample Calculations  	   10-3
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                               ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
     The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the following
employees of Celanese Fibers Company:   Mr.  Claude McLain, supervisor of
environmental  industrial  hygiene and safety, Mr.  W.  A. Jernigan,  super-
intendent of project engineering/utilities, Mr.  Bill  Mason,  area  super-
visor, Mr. Mitch Unger, project engineer, and Mr. Robert B.  Crowe.   The
work described here was completed with the cooperation of Celanese
Fibers Company and the Rockwell International/Wheelabrator-Frye joint
venture.
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                                  SECTION 1

                         INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE
     TRW Inc., under contract to the Environmental Protection Agency,
performed testing of the dry S02 control system serving the coal-fired
(No. 5) boiler at the Amcelle Plant of the Celanese Fibers Company in
Cumberland, Maryland.  Installation and certification of instrumentation
at the site for the performance testing were performed by TRW according
to provisions for SOz compliance testing and began in late April 1980.
The test program was concluded in September 1980.  This report describes
the results of this testing and discusses factors impacting testing and
system operation.  Because the spray dryer/fabric-filter system for the
flue gas desulfurization (FGD) system tested is among the first such
commercial units to become operational in the United States, particular
attention is given to S02 removal performance and system operation and
availability.  The objective of the program was to collect 30 days of
continuous monitoring data, representing proper operation of the flue
gas cleaning system, using compliance test methods.

     Celanese recognized that replacing their gas/oil fired steam boilers
with coal-fired boilers could result in a significant fuel cost savings.
Therefore, they moved an Erie City spreader-stoker boiler, which had
been mothballed at another facility in Georgia, to Cumberland.   To be
acceptable, however, ways had to be found to meet air and water regulations.
A dry process flue gas cleaning system was chosen because of its smaller
space requirements and minimized waste disposal problems in comparison
with a wet process.  Celanese placed the order for such a flue  gas
cleaning system in January 1979.  Construction of the system by Rockwell
International and Wheelabrator-Frye was completed in October 1979;
however, boiler installation was not completed until mid-December 1979.
Compliance testing of the FGD system was completed on February  21, 1980.
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                                  SECTION 2

                                 CONCLUSIONS
     The main interest of this program was the SO- removal performance
of the dry FGD system.  Enough information was gathered in the areas of
participate emissions and system availability to also make some conclu-
sions in these areas.  Data presented and discussed in later sections
support the following conclusions:

     •    The average SOp removal efficiency demonstrated by this dry
          FGD system over a 30-day period, based on 23 days of acceptable
          data,  was 70 percent.   This level of performance was achieved
          while  burning coal  with an average sulfur content of about
          2.0 percent on a dry basis.  System guarantees called for
          70 percent SOp removal for 1 percent sulfur coal and 87 percent
          SOp removal for 2 percent sulfur coal.  Compared with these
          goals, demonstrated SOp removal was low.

     t    Over the last six days of the program, after several  operational
          difficulties had been  resolved, SOp removal  efficiency averaged
          78.5 percent.  This was a marked improvement over earlier
          results but still below the stated goal  with 2 percent sulfur
          coal.

     •    The removal of particulate matter from the flue gas  stream,
          based  on tests performed at the inlet to the spray dryer and
          in the stack on June 2 and 3, 1980, averaged 99.7 percent.
          Emission of particulate matter during these  tests averaged
          0.030  g/m3 (0.013 gr/dscf).

     o    During the 30-day period in September 1980 when the  continuous
          monitoring data were collected, the FGD  system was operating  at
          least  81 percent of the time.  Part of this  period,  however,
          represented abnormal operation.  The system  was operated
          normally for at least  73 percent of the  period.   Most of the
          operating problems  experienced were related  to grit  plugging
          the spray dryer atomizer or maintenance  requirements  of the
          slurry pumps.  Some of these problems were solved subsequent
          to this program according to information supplied by  the joint
          venture of Rockwell International and Wheelabrator-Frye.
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                                  SECTION 3

                               RECOMMENDATIONS
     The two-stage dry FGD system as installed at the Celanese Fibers
Company required 28 to 46 hours of maintenance each week and close
operating supervision for continuous operation.  Modifications made to
the system after operating experience had been gained have the potential
to make this a more reliable system.  Most of the operating problems
related to plugging caused by grit in the slurry and water vapor condensing
in the flue gas due to low operating temperatures at the spray dryer
outlet.  Both of these problems can be solved through changes in operation
and design.  Maintenance needs will also be reduced by these modifications.

     Because of problems experienced during this program, redundancy of
critical components is recommended.  Specifically, three slurry pumps
are needed with two on line at all times and one as a spare.  A spare
atomizer is necessary to limit spray dryer shutdowns due to atomizer
failure.  Filters should be set up to provide grit-free uninterrupted
slurry flow to the spray dryer during periods when one filter element is
being replaced or cleaned.  A means of keeping the outlet S02 monitor
operating continuously is needed.  This will permit a steadier outlet
S02 level and more consistent FGD system performance via operation in
the automatic control mode.

     Although analysis of operability was not a stated objective of this
program, the data indicate a positive correlation between S02 removal
performance and system operability.  Because of this correlation, TRW
recommends that a log describing the FGD system's daily operation
(specifying problems, length of down periods, types and duration of
abnormal operation, and maintenance requirements) be kept by the system's
operators at Celanese Fibers Company.  It is further recommended that
EPA be given periodic access to this log to determine the long-term
operability and reliability of the system.  If further evaluation of S0?
removal performance is desired, this log could be used to indicate a
time when operating problems discussed in this report have been solved
and operability is at a high level.  Testing at such a time would give
an account of the system's optimized potential for S02 removal.
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                                  SECTION 4

                                   RESULTS


DESCRIPTION OF THE DATA COLLECTION PERIOD

     TRW began collecting data for the demonstration test phase in
May 1980.  Problems with the boiler, the FGD system, and the continuous
monitoring system delayed completion of this test phase until  September 30,
1980.  The nature of these problems will be discussed in Section 5.   The
collection of 30 days of continuous data was confined to the period
between August 28, 1980, and September 30, 1980.   Data collected before
this period were not included in the final tabulation of results because
of the above problems.

     The collected data included S02 and 02 concentrations at  the inlet
and outlet of the FGD system.  These flue gas streams were sampled and
analyzed continuously,  but the resulting data were recorded only four
times per hour.  These values were then averaged  to derive the hourly
average value for each parameter.

S02 REMOVAL EFFICIENCY

     The collected data allow for the analysis of the S02 removal
efficiency of the system on an hourly, daily, or  monthly basis.   This
record of S02 removal performance by the FGD system was correlated with
a record of system operating problems.  Periods of known system upset
were thus removed from the calculation of the 30-day average removal
efficiency.  Copies of all the computer outputs for the 30-day period,
showing raw data and computed averages, are included in Appendix A.

Hourly Variations in SO? Removal

     Typical hourly data values for inlet and outlet S02 concentrations
are shown in Figures 4-1 and 4-2.  These data are representative of  the
23 days when continuous monitoring methods met EPA's compliance criteria.
These criteria included collection of data for over 18 hours daily with
the FGD system treating boiler flue gas.  The results are indicative of
the two different modes under which the FGD system was operated.
Figure 4-1 shows that the outlet S02 concentration, which was  measured
in the stack, follows closely the S02 concentration at the inlet to  the
spray dryer.  This indicates that no corrective action was taken to
adjust slurry flow rate for varying inlet S0? concentrations.   This  type
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flow was adjusted to accommodate all changes in inlet S00 concentration
Although the FGD system was designed to operate automatically, this was
not always possible because of malfunctions in the plant's stack SO
monitor which provided feedback to the spray dryer lime slurry flow2
control system.  Problems with this monitor necessitated extended periods
of manual operation.   Under manual operation, the slurry flow sometimes
became so high that the outlet concentrations were 50 ppm or less.  On
these occasions, SO- removal efficiencies exceeded 90 percent.

     Curves similar to Figures 4-1 and 4-2 were prepared for daily
emissions data.  These curves are included in Appendix B.  The data
plotted on these curves are uncorrected SO- emissions.  These values
were corrected to a standard excess oxygen concentration (0 percent) and
converted to pounds of S02 emitted per million Btu heat input to the
boiler using F-factors.  An F-factor is the ratio of the quantity of dry
effluent gas generated by combustion to the gross calorific value of
the fuel.  Typical  data for SO- removal efficiencies calculated using
these values are given in Figures 4-3 and 4-4.   These data are representative
in that they show how removal efficiency was not constant but varied
from hour to hour.  They also show a number of "bad hours" each day, due
to calibration of the continuous monitors or FGD system upset, during
which insufficient data were obtained to calculate the removal  efficiency.
Hourly SO- removal  efficiencies for each day of the test program are
included Tn Appendix C.  In general, SO- removal  efficiency varied
between 60 percent and 80 percent except for periods in which there was
a malfunction in the system.

Daily Variations in $02 Removal

     The average daily SOp removal  efficiencies for the continuous
monitoring period are given in Figure 4-5.  The only prolonged  period of
low SO- removal occurred between September 3 and  6 and stemmed  from the
inability to maintain steady boiler load and slurry pumping  problems.
Over the last 6 days  of the test program,  the average daily  SO   removal
efficiency remained near 80 percent, based on 23  hours of  hourly  averaged
data for each day.   Periods of system upset  are indicated  on  the  figure
to show how the daily average removal  efficiencies were  dependent  upon
the operability of the system.

Thirty-Day Average SOp Removal

     The mean SO- removal  efficiency for the 23 days  of  performance  data
was 70 percent (see Figure 4-6),  and the standard  deviation was +  9  percent
This average did not  include any data  from the  following dates: ~8/28
9/4, 9/5, 9/6, and  9/11.   These  days were  excluded because upsets  to  the
system caused abnormal  performance.
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     No parametric tests were conducted during this program; hence, no
quantitative correlations between operating variables (boiler heat
input, flue gas flow rate, inlet and outlet S02 concentration, coal
sulfur content and stoichiometric ratio) were determined.  SCL removal
was more a function of the spray dryer condition and performance than
the boiler variables.

PROCESS DATA AND COAL PROPERTIES

     The following process data were collected:

     •    Daily coal feed rate,

     •    Continuous steam flow rate,

     •    Steam temperature,

     •    Steam pressure, and

     •    Flue gas temperature

No measurement was available of the lime slurry feed rate.  Samples of
the lime and coal supplies were obtained daily by TRW.   These samples
were labeled and stored at TRW.  A proximate analysis,  which was made
available to TRW, accompanied each coal shipment received by Celanese.
The average heat content for these coal shipments was 28.84 kJ/g
(12,423 Btu/lb) and the average sulfur content was 1.92 percent; both on
an as-received basis.

SYSTEM ECONOMICS

     Capital costs for the system are reported as $1.25 million, but
this sum does not include all system costs.  Celanese provided the
foundations, ash handling, and field wiring, while the  given sum was for
the spray dryer, baghouse, and lime system.  Because the vendor and the
buyer consider total capital and operating and maintenance costs to be
proprietary, these costs have not been released.

     Based on operating data from Celanese, daily lime  costs are
approximately $175.  Other operating and maintenance costs are unavailable
at this time.
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                                  SECTION 5

                            OPERATING EXPERIENCE
TEST PROGRAM DELAYS

     Operating problems encountered and their effects on the program
were broken down among four system components.  These were the boiler,
the lime feed system, the spray dryer, and the fabric filter.  Problems
with each of these components impact operation of the entire FGD system.

Steam Boiler

     The boiler operated entirely with eastern coal  at about half of its
rated load with relatively steady steam production for most of the
monitoring period.  After initial delays caused by necessary refractory
repairs, the boiler went off line only once more during the test period
for refractory repairs.  This problem had no effect  on the FGD system
other than interrupting the source of flue gas.  A tube leak in the
boiler was suspected when one of the ducts in the FGD system became
plugged due to moisture.  When the plugging problem  occurred, the boiler
was taken off line for inspection.  No tube leaks were found so attention
was turned to other potential sources of excess moisture in the flue
gas.

     Another problem that impacted the performance of the FGD system was
the variability of coal quality.  Coal sulfur content varied widely
throughout the early part of the program.  The quality became less
variable near the end of the program, but proximate  analyses of daily
coal deliveries gave sulfur contents ranging from 1.25 to 2.76 percent.
When operating in an automatic control mode to keep  the outlet SO-
concentration at a set value, the FGD system responded to rapid cnanges
in inlet S02 concentration within an hour so that hourly averages of
emissions remained constant.  Under manual control,  the outlet S02
concentration followed the inlet concentration in the absence of operator
adjustment.  With uniform coal quality and automatic control of slurry
flow, large fluctuations in the inlet SO? concentration were absent and
a steady outlet S02 concentration was maintained.

     Another coal problem involved the amount of fines in the coal.
Coal fines, when suddenly dumped into the furnace, caused rapid changes
in boiler load and flue gas flow, changes in SO,, emissions, as well as
increased particulate matter and opacity levels in the stack.  Fast
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changes in flue gas flow and SO- concentration made it difficult for the
spray dryer to keep S02 emissions at a desired level   slch larap and
rapid load fluctuation! occurred on September 5, 6, and 7

     Finally, there was a fire in the main coal silo.  Because of this
fire, boiler load had to be reduced temporarily as  the silo was emptied.
Another coal, higher in sulfur content, was used until this problem was
solved, resulting in a lower boiler load of 18,000  kg (40,000 lb) of
steam per hour for several days.

Lime Feed System

     The lime feed system uses a paste-type slaker  with  a  grit-screen
removal system.  It is designed to supply sufficient slurry for  S02
removal from flue gas when burning coal with up to  2 percent  sulfur.
The slurry is fed to the atomizer by progressing cavity  pumps.   Under
the design conditions, one pump is in use and one is a spare.  However,
to cope with the higher sulfur coals encountered, the single  pump  had  to
be operated at high speeds and this led to rapid pump wear.   To  alleviate
this, the system was modified to use both pumps in  parallel operation.
This was the normal mode of operation throughout the latter part of  the
test period.

     Most other problems with the lime feed system  related to plugging
somewhere in the system because of grit in the lime.  Although grit  was
supposed to  have been removed by a screen inside the slaker,  damaging
quantities passed through or bypassed the screen into the rest of  the
system.  Failure to remove grit caused plugging inside the flow  lines,
in the slurry pump, and in valves at various times, in addition to
excessive  wear in the pumps.  Dual element screen  filters were eventually
installed in the feed system, but not enough time elapsed before the end
of the program to assess whether they solved the problem.  It was
reported later by Jerry Swanson of Rockwell International that this
resolved the problem of grit pluggage in the feed system.

Spray  Dryer

     There were three types of problems that occurred within the spray
dryer.  One  of them resulted in the wetting of the  dryer wall and  discharge
of damp material from the dryer.  This was caused by maldistribution of
lime  slurry  in the atomizer and was corrected by redesign.  The other
two  problems encountered with the spray dryer also  related to the  atomizer.
The  spray machine was subject to clogging with grit particles if they
were  not  screened sufficiently from the slurry.  The spray dryer was
shut  down for  cleaning when this clogging occurred.  The other problem
was  early failure of the  bearings supporting the shaft of the atomizer
wheel, caused  by an unbalance of the atomizer wheel.
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Fabric Filter

     Other difficulties that affected performance of the FGD system were
experienced in the fabric filter (baghouse).  The most serious problem
was the unexpectedly high pressure drop through the filter.  This was
apparently caused by moisture on the bags which occurred during an upset
and combined with ash and lime to form a coating that increased the
resistance to flow.  These bags were replaced and modifications were
made to increase the pulse-jet air volume by approximately 15 percent to
improve particle removal from the bags.  Tests since this modification
indicate that this has solved the flow-resistance problem.   Finally,
there was a reduction in SCL removal efficiency immediately after bag
replacement, presumably due to an absence of filter cake containing lime
on the new bags.

SYSTEM AVAILABILITY

     Preparation for the continuous monitoring program at the plant site
began in April 1980.  The boiler went down for refractory repairs on
April 20.  From that date through the end of the test program on
September 30, the boiler was off line approximately 12 percent of the
time.  It was on line but running abnormally an additional  5 percent.
Thus, boiler problems prevented representative characterization of the
FGD system for about 17 percent of the time TRW was on site.   This
amounted to 672 hours out of 3,912 hours in the period.

     The FGD system was off line (not operating at all)  about 23 percent
of the time.  Reasons for this down time are given in Table 5-1.   The FGD
system operated abnormally an additional 12 percent of the  time.   During
this time the slurry feed rates were so low or unsteady that monitoring
of any significant SOp scrubbing was prevented.  Thus, the  FGD system
was unavailable 35 percent of the time, or a total of 1,354 hours.

     The availability of the system was significantly improved in
September when most of the continuous monitoring data were  collected.
During this period the FGD system was off line less than 19 percent of
the time and operated abnormally an additional 8 percent of the time,
giving an availability of 73 percent.  Table 5-1 summarizes the avail-
ability of the boiler and FGD system during the test program.
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TABLE 5-1.  BOILER AND FLUE GAS  CLEANING  SYSTEM  STATUS  DURING TEST  PERIOD

Period of
performance
4/20/80 -
5/4/80 -
5/13/80
5/14/80 -
5/24/80 -

6/6/80 -
6/9/80 -
6/12/80
6/13/80 -
6/16/80 -
6/18/80 -
6/22/80 -
7/6/80 -
7/16/80
7/17/80
7/18/80
7/20/80
7/21/80
7/23/80 -
7/27/80
5/3/80
5/7/80

5/23/80
6/4/80

6/8/80
6/11/80

6/15/80
6/17/80
6/19/80
7/3/80
7/15/80





7/25/80

Duration system
was affected
System status (hours)
Boiler not operating - Refractory repairs
FGD system not operating - Checking out boiler
FGD system not operating - Off line due to plugging in bypass
FGD system operating intermittently - Bypass duct plugging
FGD system operating intermittently - Problem switching
between pumps automatically
FGD system not operating - Modifying slurry pump control
FGD system operating intermittently - Slaker screen clogged
FGD system operating at 50% capacity - Bypass elbow plugging
FGD system operating intermittently - Problems switching pumps
FGD system not operating - Off line for repairs
FGD system not operating - Off line for repairs
FGD system not operating (boiler not operating 6/25/80 - 7/2/80)
FGD system operating intermittently
FGD system working well
Spray dryer off line
Spray dryer off line
Spray dryer off line - Atomizer clogged, bearings replaced
Spray dryer off line
Spray dryer off line - Cleared clogged scroll plate
Spray dryer off line - Bearing failure
312
96
11
216

264
48
48
24
48
23
24
264
-
4
-
6
2
60
12
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                                             TABLE  5-1.   "continued"
      Period  of
     Performance
                                        System status
                                                             Duration system
                                                               was  affected
                                                                  (hours)
CJ1
en
8/14/80 - 8/15/80
8/20/80
8/24/80 - 8/25/80
8/28/80 (0000-1600)
8/29/80
9/5/80
9/5/80 - 9/6/80

9/6/80
9/7/80
9/7/80 - 9/8/80
9/9/80
9/10/80
9/11/80
9/12/80
9/17/80
9/21/80
9/25/80
9/26/80

9/27/80
Problems with boiler - Fire in coal  silo                             24
Boiler coal supply varied from 1.6%  to 2.8% sulfur
FGD system not operating                                             24
FGD system not operating - Slurry pump failed                        16
FGD system fluctuating
Boiler operating at low load                                          4
FGD system not operating - Slurry pump being repaired                24
Boiler not operating properly - large load fluctuations
FGD system on line at 1500 hours
FGD system not operating - Atomizer  plugged                           4
Boiler load unsteady                                                 24
FGD system not operating - New stators installed in slurry pumps      1
FGD system plugged temporarily- Atomizer plugged                      2
FGD system not operating - Atomizer  plugged                           4
FGD system not operating - Screens cleaned                            1
Changed baghouse #2 bags                                              4
Installed air-driven diaphragm slurry pump
3-way valve stuck in flush mode                                       0.5
FGD system not operating - Installed new dual element screen          4
  filters
Air-driven pump removed, normal pumps reinstalled                     0

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                                  SECTION 6

                        DESCRIPTION OF THE TEST SITE
     This section discusses the operation of the Celanese Amcelle
synthetic fibers plant and the coal stoker boiler as they interface with
the flue gas desulfurization system.

THE CELANESE SYNTHETIC FIBERS PLANT

     The Celanese synthetic fibers plant at Cumberland, Maryland, produces
acetate fibers which are used in a wide variety of consumer goods,
including clothing, outerwear, and rainwear.  The steam requirements at
the manufacturing plant include process steam, space heating, and hot
water.  Because of these steam requirements, Celanese, as is true for
most of the manufacturing industry in the United States, has had to cope
with ever-increasing fuel costs.  As a consequence, Celanese recognized
that replacing their gas/fuel oil-fired steam boilers with coal-fired
boilers could result in a fuel cost savings of several thousand dollars
per day.  However, a major tradeoff also exists with the conversion of
the steam boilers from gas/fuel oil to coal.  This involves the necessity
of ensuring that the newly-installed coal-fired boilers meet the applicable
environmental standards, especially those for atmospheric S02 and particulate
emissions.  After determining that these tradeoffs were technically and
economically feasible, Celanese installed a coal-fired, spreader-stoker
boiler at the Cumberland facility.  In addition, a lime-based dry flue
gas cleaning system was installed to control S02 and particulate emissions
from the spreader-stoker boiler.  A description of the spreader-stoker
boiler and the flue gas cleaning system follows.

THE SPREADER-STOKER STEAM BOILER

     The coal-fired, spreader-stoker steam boiler installed at the
Celanese site was a mothballed Erie City unit which had been in use at a
Celanese plant in Georgia.  The boiler and its support system (coal
supply and ash handling) are depicted in Figure 6-1.

     Because of the Cumberland manufacturing site's close proximity to
regional coal supplies, only truck unloading facilities are provided.
Coal is unloaded and conveyed to a coal silo where it is first stored on
a live shelf (which feeds the coal feeder) and the overflow is stored in
a dead storage area.  As the coal supply is introduced to the coal
feeder from the live shelf, replacement coal is moved from the dead
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                                                             LIME FILL
                                                             IFROMTnUCKSI-
                                                                               ₯J
                                                                                    LIME
                                                                                    STORAGE
                                                                                    SILO
BELT FEEDER
                                                                                       SLAKER
                                                                                       I
                                                                                       GRIT SCREEN
                                                                                       t
                                                                                       LIME SLURRV
                                                                                       TANK
                                                                                       I
                        OPACITY
                        S SO,
                        INSTRUMENTS
O1

no
                                   STACK
                                           SILO RECLAIM
                                           CONVEYOR/ELEVATOR
                     COAL
                     UNLOADING
                     CONVEYOR
                                                                                         ASH UNLOADING
                                                                                         ITO TRUCKS)
                              Figure  6-1.   Celanese  boiler and  flue  gas  cleaning  system.

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storage area to the  live shelf via a reclaim conveyor/elevator.  The
total capacity of the silo is approximately 680 megagrams (750 tons),
which is equivalent  to a 5-day supply at full boiler load.

     Coal, which meets a 4 x 0 in. specification, is delivered to the
Celanese site.  It is then introduced to a screen which removes all coal
smaller than the 1%  x 0 in.  All coal not passing through the screen is
routed to the crusher which reduces the coal to meet the 1% x 0 in.
specification.  The  crushed coal is then combined with the coal which
had originally passed through the screen and both are then routed to the
live shelf of the coal silo.  From here, the coal is supplied to the
boiler through a batch-type weigh belt that measures coal usage (by
counting the number  of bucket dumps into the boiler).

     Coal burned during the test program at Celanese had a mean high
heating value on an  as-received basis of 28,900 kJ/kg (12,400 Btu/lb)
with a range of 27,700 kJ/kg (11,900 Btu/lb) to 30,200 kJ/kg (13,000 Btu/lb)
In addition, the fuel sulfur content of the coal burned during the test
program averaged 1.92 percent sulfur on a as-received basis with a range
of 1.28 percent to 2.71 percent.  Ash content for the coal  averaged
14.91 percent on an  as-received basis, ranging from a low of 11.66 percent
to a high of 17.38 percent.  Table 6-1 presents the reported analyses of
the various coals burned during the test program.

     As mentioned previously, the steam boiler is a spreader-stoker
type, manufactured by Erie City (Zurn Energy Division) in 1964.   It is
an open-pass, two-drum design with a design capacity of 50,000 kg/hr
(110,000 Ib/hr) of 5.1 x 10° Pa (725 psig) steam at 371°C (700°F).
Additionally, 18,000 kg/hr (40,000 Ib/hr) of steam can be generated by
auxiliary side-firing of natural gas or fuel oil.

     During installation of the steam boiler at the Cumberland site,
modifications were made to the boiler to update the design to current
specifications.  These modifications included reworking the front and
rear walls to remove the headers from the fire zone and from below the
feeders.

     A traveling grate for continuous ash discharge is used.   The ash
transfer system to the storage silo is a standard system with the
necessary vacuum generated by a steam-powered ejector.

THE DRY FLUE GAS CLEANING SYSTEM

     The gas cleaning system consists of a single 6.1-m (20-ft)  diameter
spray dryer in series with a four-compartment, pulse-type fabric filter;
lime unloading, storage, and conveying equipment; lime slaking and feed
preparation equipment; connecting ducting; and associated auxiliary
equipment and controls.   A flow diagram of the gas cleaning system is
shown in Figure 6-2.
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                          TABLE 6-1.  ANALYSES OF COALS BURNED DURING TEST  PROGRAM
CTl
I
Date
of
analysis
08-29-80
09-03-80
09-03-80
09-03-80
09-03-80
09-03-80
09-05-80
09-12-80
09-12-80
09-12-80
09-12-80
09-12-80
09-23-80
09-23-80
09-23-80
09-23-80
AVERAGE
Sample
number
NA
9-3-60
9-3-61
9-3-63
9-3-64
9-3-62
NA
9-12-124
9-12-125
9-12-127
9-12-128
9-12-129
NA
NA
9-23-283
9-23-284
VALUE
•1 ,ul 	
Heating value
as-received
Btu/lb (kJ/kg)
12,406
12,406
12,497
12,568
12,383
12,578
13,004
12,341
12,267
12,856
12,179
12,169
12,110
12,306
11,942
12,753
Heating value
dry
Btu/lb (kJ/kg)
12,807
12,799
12,780
12,882
12,829
12,933
13,387
12,972
12,825
13,116
12,693
12,604
12,653
12,578
12,348
13,004
12,423 (28,840) 12,826 (29,780)
Sulfur content
as-received
%
1.50
1.88
1.74
1.87
2.43
1.87
1.28
1.29
2.52
1.64
1.95
2.14
2.14
2.13
1.70
2.71
1.92
Sulfur content
dry
%
1.55
1.94
1.78
1.92
2.52
1.92
1.32
1.36
2.64
1.67
2.03
2.22
2.24
2.17
1.76
2.76
1.99
Ash
as-received
%
15.50
15.37
15.48
14.91
15.13
14.18
11.66
13.97
14.23
13.09
14.99
16.45
16.81
15.71
17.38
13.62
14.91

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       CLEAN GAS
       TO FAN
       AND STACK
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                       PULSE JET FABRIC FILTER
                       (PARTICIPATE CONTROL)
 SPRAY DRYER
(SO2 CONTROL)
                                                                             "A*-. BOILER FLUE QAS
                                                                             V V~^S02ANDFLYASH
                                                                                          •+> WATER
                                                                              LIME SYSTEM
                              Figure 6-2.   Dry flue gas  cleaning system.

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reactions5                "" hydr°Xide via the Blowing simplified


                    S02 + Ca(OH)2   -*    CaS03 + H20        (i)

                    CaS03 + 1/2  02  -»•    CaS04              (2)

The atomized droplets  rapidly  evaporate  in  the spray  dryer, resulting in
a desulfurized, cooled, and humidified  solids-bearing gas.

     The resulting mixture of  scrubbed  combustion  gases,  fly  ash, dry
reaction products, and unreacted sorbent flows from the  spray dryer  into
the four-compartment fabric filter  where the  solid material contained  in
the flue gas stream is collected on the  filter  bags.   Additional  SCL
scrubbing  occurs  on the filter bags because of  the presence of unreacted
lime in the filter cake.  The  cleaned  flue  gas  is  then discharged
through the fabric filter plenum to the  induced  draft (ID)  fan and
stack.

Spray  Dryer

     The  gas cleaning  system  spray  dryer, manufactured by Stork-Bowen
 Engineering, consists  of  a  single  6.1-m (20-ft)  diameter vessel  containing
 a  rotary  atomizer.  A  precision-balanced, ac-driven,  46-kW  (60-hp)
 electric  motor rotates the  atomizer wheel at  approximately  16,000 rpm.
 The slurry fed to the  wheel  is centrifugally  dispersed directly into the
 incoming  gas stream.   A swirling motion  is  imparted to the  incoming  flue
 gas stream as  it  enters the  top  of  the  spray  dryer by means of a  fixed-
 vane  rotary ring  to  increase  turbulent  mixing of  the  flue gas and the
 atomized  lime  slurry.

      Some key  operating parameters  of  the flue gas cleaning system
 include:

      1)    A pressure  drop of  less than  500  Pa (2  in.  W.C.)

      2)    A liquid-to-gas ratio  of  0.04  L/m3  (0.3  gla./lOOO ft3)  of
           water to incoming  flue gas

      3)    Flue gas flow rates  from  half to  full  boiler load

      4)    Lime slurry flow  designed to  provide flue gas  desulfurization
           removal rates ranging  from 70  percent  for 1 percent sulfur
           coals to 87 percent  for 2 percent sulfur coal.

      Approximately 20 percent  of the  flue gas exiting the boiler  bypasses
 the spray dryer and is combined  with  the treated  gas  leaving  the  spray
 dryer.  This provides the reheat necessary  to raise the  temperature  of
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the gas stream to a safe margin above the adiabatic saturation temperature
at the spray dryer outlet, thus minimizing condensation problems in the
baghouse.

     The primary controls on the spray dryer limit SCL concentration at
the exit of the baghouse and adjust the spray dryer exit temperature
(the latter to control flue gas temperature at the inlet to the baghouse
so as to prevent bag damage).  Spray dryer exit temperature is automatically
controlled by metering the water feed to the spray dryer.   The outlet
SOp concentration from the baghouse is controlled by the use of a feedback
control system.  An SCL stack gas analyzer provides the input signal and
an electronic controller varies the feed rate of the pumps supplying the
lime feed to the spray dryer.  An override system is provided to allow
manual control of the supply pumps when the feedback control is inoperative
or malfunctioning.

Lime System

     High-calcium pebble quicklime is supplied to the lime storage area
from self-unloading pneumatic trucks which discharge into  a dry storage
silo.  The silo contains approximately a 10-day supply.

     The lime preparation system, manufactured by Portube  Systems,  Ltd.,
has a design capability of 125 percent delivery when the boiler is  fired
at its maximum rate using 2 percent sulfur coal and sidefired gas/fuel
oil.  Lime is gravity fed to the slaker on an "on-off" basis with control
via the slurry level in the receiving tank.  Lime and water feed rates
are manually set to provide a 20 to 30 percent (by weight) slurry.

     The concentrated slurry is delivered by controlled pumping from the
slurry tank directly to the spray dryer using twin progressive cavity
pumps.  The lime system features automatic water flushing  to minimize
scale buildup in the pumps and piping.

Fabric Filter

     A four-compartment, pulse-type fabric filter manufactured by
Wheelabrator-Frye, Inc., provides particle control downstream of the
spray dryer.  The baghouse, with 225 bags per compartment, is designed
to operate with three compartments on-line when the boiler is operating
at its nominal coal-firing rate to produce 50,000 kg/hr (110,000 lb/hr)
of steam.

     The fabric used is a fiberglass-felt medium manufactured by Huyck.
This felt material, Model 1607, can operate at temperatures up to 260 C
(500°F), which allows operation of the fabric filter without the spray
dryer.  The air-to-cloth ratio varies between 2.2 and 6.8  with a design
pressure drop of 500 Pa (about 2.0 in. W.C.).  Fabric cleaning is initiated
based on the pressure drop across the filter.
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                                  SECTION 7

                 DESCRIPTION OF CONTINUOUS MONITORING SYSTEM
INSTRUMENTATION
     The continuous monitoring system was made up of four major groupings.
These four groupings consisted of the filter probes and process sample
lines, the gaseous analyzers, the data acquisition and recording system,
and the remote temperature sensing system.  Upon arrival  at the test
site, these four separate systems were assembled and aligned into one
comprehensive system.

Sampling System

     Sampling locations are indicated in Figure 7-1,  The inlet sample
point was in the rectangular duct between the boiler and  the spray dryer.
The outlet sample point was in the circular cross-section of the stack.
The intermediate sample point was not monitored.

     The filter probe assemblies utilized stainless steel  filters
(20-ym mesh) attached to 76-cm (30-in.) long stainless steel  tubes with
an outer diameter of 1.3 cm (0.5 in.) and an inner diameter of 0.6 cm
(0.2 in.).  Connected to this tubing were approximately 30 m (100 ft) of
electrically heat-traced sample line, constructed of 0.6  cm (0.2 in.)
Teflon tubing.  The sample lines were maintained at 177 C (350 F)  to
prevent condensation from the gas sample.

     The gas samples collected at the inlet to the spray  dryer and at
the outlet of the baghouse were dried using a gas conditioner.   This gas
conditioner comprised two dual stainless steel  condenser  traps suspended
in a medium of ethylene glycol cooled by a Hanke refrigeration unit with
copper cooling coils to approximately 3 C (37 F).  The sample was pulled
through the condenser traps by two teflon and stainless steel pumps and
then delivered to the respective analyzers.  The gas conditioner system
was connected to a timer which allowed the condenser traps and heat-
traced sample lines to individually go into the 760,000 Pa (100 psi)
blowback mode for 3 minutes in every hour.  A schematic of this sampling
system is shown in Figure 7-2.  This schematic shows the  path of sample
gas from the probe to the analyzers and the path of output data from the
analyzers to the data logger.
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                                                                          Outlet
                                                                        Sample  Point
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                                                                                   Hi-Range



                                                                                   Mid-Range
                                                                                  Iffxhaust
*Data Acquisition System.
                  Figure  7-2.   Flue gas sampling and analysis  system.

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 Flue Gas Analyzers

     Flue gas was analysed using a Thermo-Electron Pulsed Fluorescent
SOp analyzer, model 40, and a Beckman Paramagnetic 02 analyzer,  model 755,
These analyses were conducted on a continuous basis both for the inlet
of the spray dryer and for the outlet of the baghouse (stack).   The
inlet S02 analyzer operated on a 0-5000 ppm full-scale range with a
1-volt full-scale output, while the inlet Op analyzer operated  on a
0-25 percent of total  gas volume full-scale range with a 10-millivolt
full-scale output.  The outlet S02 analyzer operated on a 0-500 ppm
full-scale or 0-1000 ppm full-scale range depending on the concentration
of 502 in the flue gas at the location of the outlet sample probe.   The
outlet Op analyzer operated on the same range as the inlet Op analyzer,
but with a 1-volt full-scale, output.

     Prior to the start of this study, a multipoint calibration was
performed on the S02 analyzers.  During the course of this calibration,
the responses were recorded, on different full-scale ranges, for each of
the six calibrated gas concentrations used.  It was determined  that the
SO, analyzers responded linearly on any given range with an r  value of
0.9999.  This allowed the operator to change full-scale ranges  on the
S0? analyzers, when necessary, without jeopardizing the integrity of the
collected data.  These range changes  were necessary on the outlet SOp
analyzer because the concentration of SOp would rise above 500  ppm
whenever the FGD system was off line  for scheduled or unscheduled
maintenance.  The r^ value is defined as follows:
       2
where Sy/x is the variance of the measured calibration values about a
line fitted to them using the least-squares method.   Variance and methods
for determining it are defined in Reference 1.

CERTIFICATION

     The SOp and 02 analyzers were certified according to the procedures
outlined in "Performance Specifications 2 and 3 for  Continuous Monitors
in Stationary Sources" as specified by EPA (44  Federal Register 58602
October 10, 1979).  The first certification tests conducted were the
monitor response time tests, which measure the  amount of time necessary
for the monitoring system to reach a stable value after introduction of
calibration gas.  In each case, the calibration gas  was injected into
the system at the sampling probe.  Test results for  each of the SOp and
Op monitors are given in Table 7-1.
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                TABLE 7-1.   INSTRUMENT RESPONSE TIME RESULTS
Analyzer              Upscale response time        Downscale response time
                            (seconds)                      (seconds)
°2
°2
SO
SO
inlet
AVERAGE
outlet
AVERAGE
2 inlet
AVERAGE
2 outlet
AVERAGE'
252
255
251
253
244
245
248
246
238
243
239
240
235
233
237
235
256
252
253
254
243
244
251
246
242
244
236
241
239
235
234
236

     Relative-accuracy determinations were then performed for the S02
analyzers using the average response times for the analyzers obtained
during the response time test.   These determinations were conducted to
ensure close agreement between  the results from the S02 analyzers and
EPA reference methods (specifically, Reference Method 6 for S02).  Test
results are shown in Tables 7-2 and 7-3.

     Also during the certification process, 2-hour and 24-hour drift
tests were performed.  Directly after the daily calibration of the S02
and 02 analyzers, high-level  calibration  gases were routed to the
respective instruments.   When the instrument responses had stabilized on
the high concentration calibration gases, the voltages were recorded.
The calibration value from the  adjusted zero response was used for the
initial 2-hour and 24-hour drift tests' zero values.  At the end of a 2-
hour period, zero gas and the high concentration calibration gases were
again introduced into the analyzer and the stabilized response voltages
recorded.  The difference between the initial zero and high span voltages
and the zero and high span voltages at the end of the 2-hour period
determined the amount of drift  during that 2-hour period.  This is
expressed as percent of the full-scale span value.  The ending zero and
high span voltages then became  the initial voltages for the next 2-hour
drift test.  The same procedure was followed for the 24-hour drift tests


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TABLE 7-2.  RELATIVE ACCURACY. DETERMINATION FOR INLET. .S0? MONITOR,
          THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED FLUORESCENT, MODEL 40
Run
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Date and
time
8/27 1620
8/28 1205
8/28 1305
8/28 1415
8/28 1515
8/28 1615
8/28 1715
8/28 1845
8/28 1945



Average
Confidence Interval
Accuracy
C02 or 02
RM
%
8.6
7.6
8.7
9.9
9.0
9.0
8.7
9.4
10.1



M
%
9.0
8.1
8.1
9.4
8.7
8.8
7.3
9.1
9.1




so2
RM | M
Diff
mass/GCV
2.60
3.20
3.48
3.14
3.08
2.98
3.10
2.54
2.34



2.94

2.59
3.14
3.16
3.16
2.96
3.22
3.21
2.73
2.58




+0.01
+0.06
+0.32
-0.02
+0.12
-0.24
-0.11
-0.19
-0.24



-0.03
0.14
5.8%
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TABLE 7-3.  RELATIVE ACCURACY DETERMINATION FOR OUTLET.,SO? MONITOR,
           THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED FLUORESCENT, MODEL 40
Run
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Date and
time
8/28 1005
8/29 0845
8/29 0945
8/29 1045
8/29 1145
8/29 1245
8/29 1345
8/29 1500
8/29 1600



Average
Confidence Interval
Accuracy
C02 or 02
RM
*
10.0
11.0
10.0
7.6
10.2
8.6
9.7
9,4
9.4



M
%
9.7
10.7
9.3
7.2
10.4
9.0
9.1
9.1
9.1




so2
RM | M
Diff
mass/GCV
2.90
0.37
0.96
0.41
0.25
0.15
1.08,
0.63
0.72



0.83

2.62
0.40
1.08
0..45
0.28
0.13
1.00
0.72
0.62




+0.28
-0.03
-0.12
-0.04
-0.03
+0.02
+0.08
-0.09
+0.10



+0.02
0.09
13.3%
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except that the time frame was 24 hours instead of 2 hours and the zero
and high span gases were introduced to the analyzers just prior to the
next day's normal  calibration and again after normal calibration to
acquire the next set of initial response voltages.  The SCL high concen-
tration calibration gases used for the 2-hour and 24-hour arift tests
were 431 ppm for outlet and 4783 ppm for inlet.  The CL high concentration
calibration gas used for the 2-hour and 24-hour drift tests was 20.9 percent
of total volume for both outlet and inlet.  Due to the time required to
perform the 2-hour drift tests, only 2 to 3 tests could be performed
during any given 24-hour period.  Results from the zero and calibration
drift tests on each respective analyzer are given in Tables 7-4 through
7-11.

     Calibration error'determination tests were also conducted for(each
of the four analyzers.   Directly after the daily calibration of the
instruments, zero, mid-level, and high-level  calibration gases were
randomly introduced into the respective analyzer until a set of five
points for each concentration (zero, mid-level, and high-level) were
obtained.  The results  of the test for each analyzer are given in
Tables 7-12 through 7-15.

     Both of the SCL analyzers and both of the CL analyzers passed all
of the certification requirements as given by Performance Specification 2
and Performance Specification 3 of the proposed rules for continuous
monitors (44 Federal Register 58602 October 10, 1979).  In addition, all
calibration gases  used  for instrument certification or instrument calibration
were either traceable to National Bureau of Standards reference gases or
underwent the calibration gas certification.   The latter gases were
obtained from the  EPA repository and were certified by EPA personnel
prior to use in the test program at Celanese.

CALIBRATION

     The S02 and 02 analyzers were calibrated on a daily basis, between
the hours of 0800  and 1200, utilizing the following procedures.  The
four analyzers were connected so as to allow them to sample nitrogen
(N^) only.  When the instrument responses stabilized on N^, they were
adjusted if necessary.   After the instruments were adjusted and restabilized,
the response voltages were recorded, thus providing the daily zero
point.  The analyzers were then connected so as to allow them to sample
their respective calibration gases.  When the instrument responses
stabilized on the  calibration gases, they were adjusted if necessary.
After the instruments were adjusted and allowed to restabilize,^the
response voltages  were  recorded, thus providing the daily span point.

     Calibration gases  used during the test program which extended from
August 28, 1980 to the  end of the program on September 30, 1980 are
listed in Table 7-16.
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TABLE 7-4.  TWO-HOUR ZERO AND CALIBRATION DRIFT DETERMINATION
  FOR INLET S09 MONITOR, THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED FLUORESCENT
                 MODEL 40, 0-5000 ppm RANGE
Data - Time
Set Date Begin End
No.
1 9/8 0945 1145
2 9/8 1145 1350
3 9/9 1015 1210
4 9/9 1210 1408
5 9/9 1408 1600
6 9/9 1600 1805
7 9/9 1805 1955
8 9/10 1000 1155
9 9/10 1155 1400
10 9/10 1400 1615
11 9/10 1615 1753
12 9/10 1753 1956
13 9/11 1245 1445
14 9/11 1445 1643
15 9/11 1643 1838
Zero
Zero Rdg. Drift
Init. Fin.
A B C=B-A
22 0
22 0
-12 3
22 0
1 3 2
33 0
33 0
22 0
2 20
2 4 2
42-2
2 3 1
22 0
22 0
24 2
Arithmetic Mean .
Confidence Interval j
Zero Drift 0.0
High- Range Span
Rdg' Drift
Init. Fin.
D E F=E-D
4724 4713 -11
4713 4712 -1
1758 4716 -42
4716 4712 -4
4712 4722 10
4722 4728 6
4728 4696 -32
4776 4725 -51
4725 4759 34
4759 4718 -41
4718 4708 -10
4708 4769 61
4711 4710 -1
4710 4722 12
4722 4756 34
Calibration Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
-11
-1
-45
-4
8
6
-32
-51
34
-43
-8
60
-1
12
32
-3
17
0,4
                             7-9

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                       TABLE 7-5.  TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR ZERO AND CALIBRATION DRIFT DETERMINATION
                            FOR INLET S09 MONITOR, THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED FLUORESCENT,
                                            MODEL 40, 0-5000 ppm RNAGE
I
V-1
O
Data
Set
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Time
Date
9/6
9/7
9/8
9/9
9/10
9/11
9/12
Arithmetic Mean
Begin
0930
1000
0945
1015
1015
1245
1200

End
0930
0930
1005
1000
1200
1200
1145

Zero
Init.
A
1
2
2
-1
2
2
4

Confidence Interval


Zero
Drift
Zero
Rdg. Drift
Fin.
B C=B-A
2 1
2 0
-1 -3
2 3
2 0
4 2
0 -4
0
2
0.0
High-Range
Rdg
Init. Fin.
D E
4764 4758
4776 4772
4724 4684
4758 4745
4776 4702
4711 4758
4692 4734
Calibration
Span
Drift
F=E-D
-6
-4
-40
-13
-74
47
42
Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
-7
-4
-37
-16
-74
45
46
-7
'30
0.9

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TABLE 7-6.   TWO-HOUR ZERO AND CALIBRATION DRIFT DETERMINATION
  FOR OUTLET SO, MONITOR, THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED FLUORESCENT,
               ^   MODEL 40,  0-500 ppm RANGE
Data Time
Set Date Begin End
No.
1 9/8 0945 1145
2 9/8 1145 1350
3 9/9 1015 1210
4 9/9 1210 1408
5 9/9 1408 1600
6 9/9 1600 1805
7 9/9 1805 1955
8 9/10 1000 1155
9 9/10 1155 1400
10 9/10 1400 1615
11 9/10 1615 1753
12 9/10 1753 1956
13 9/11 1245 1445
14 9/11 1445 1643
15 9/11 1643 1838
Zero
Zero Rdg. Drift
Init. Fin.
A B C=B-A
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
00 0
Arithmetic Mean 0
Confidence Interval o
Zero Drift n fl
High-Range Span
Rdg Drift
Init. Fin.
D E F=E-D
427 427 0
427 427 0
428 428 0
428 427 -1
427 428 1
428 429 1
429 427 -2
431 433 2
433 426 -7
426 .427 1
427 430 3
430 426 -4
428 428 0
428 427 -1
427 438 11
Calibration Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
0
0
0
-1
1
1
-2
2
-7
1
3
-4
0
-1
11
0
2
0.4
                            7-11

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                       TABLE  7-7   TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR ZERO AND CALIBRATION DRIFT  DETERMINATION
                           FOR OUTLET S09 MONITOR, THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED FLUORESCENT,
                                        L   MODEL 40, 0-500 ppm RANGE
t—'
ro
Data
Set
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Time
Date
9/6
9/7
9/8
9/9
9/10
9/11
9/12
Begin
0930
1000
0945
1015
1015
1245
1200
End
0930
0930
1005
1000
1200
1200
1145
Zero
Init.
A
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
Arithmetic Mean
Confidence Interval



Zero
Drift
Zero
Rdg. Drift
Fin.
B C=B-A
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
2 2
0 -2
0
1
0.2
High-Range
Rdfl
Init. Fin.
D E
428 413
400 397
427 427
428 431
431 426
428 419
427 433
Calibration
Span
Drift
F=E-D
-15
-3
0
3
-5
-9
6
Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
-15
-3
0
3
-5
-11
8
-3
7
2.0

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TABLE 7-8.  TWO-HOUR ZERO AND CALIBRATION DRIFT DETERMINATION
         FOR INLET 09 MONITOR, BECKMAN PARAMAGNETIC,
                   MODEL 755, 0-25% RANGE
Data Time
Set Date Begin End
No.
1 9/8 0945 1145
2 9/8 1145 1350
3 9/9 0952 1210
4 9/9 1210 1408
5 9/9 1408 1600
6 9/9 1600 1805
7 9/9 1805 1955
8 9/10 1000 1155
9 9/10 1155 1140
10 9/10 1400 1615
11 9/10 1615 1753
12 9/10 1753 1956
13 9/11 1245 1445
14 9/11 1445 1643
15 9/11 1643 1838
Zero
Zero Rdg. Drift
Init. Fin.
A B C=B-A
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
3.0 0.0 0.0
D.O 0.0 0.0
3.0 0.0 0.0
Arithmetic Mean 0.0
:onfidence Interval 0.0
Zero Drift 0.0
High-Range Span
Rdfl Drift
Init. Fin.
D E F=E-D
22.3 22.3 -0.1
22.3 0.1
22.5 22.2 -0.3
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 21.3 -0.9
21.3 20.1 -1.2
20.1 21.4 1.3
21.4 21.3 -0.1
21.4 21.1 -0.3
21.1 21.6 0.5
21.6 20.5 -1.1
Calibration Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
-0.1
0.1
-0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
-0.9
-1.2
1.3
-0.1
-0.3
0.5
-1.1
-0.1
0.3
0.4
                             7-13

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TABLE 7-9.   TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR  ZERO  AND  CALIBRATION  DRIFT DETERMINATION
             FOR INLET  Oy  MONITOR,  BECKMAN  PARAMAGNETIC,
                       MODEL  755,  0-25%  RANGE
Data
Set
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Time
Date
9/6
9/7
9/8
9/9
9/10
9/11
9/12
Arithmetic Mean
Begin
0930
0930
0945
1005
1000
1245
1200

End
0900
0915
0952
1000
1200
1200
1145

Zero
Init.
A
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

Rdg.
Fin.
B
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1

Confidence Interval


Zero
Drift

Zero
Drift
C=B-A
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
High-Range
Rdg
Ini
D
22.
22.
22.
22.
22.
21.
21.
t. Fin
E
5 22.
4 22.
3 22.
5 22.
2 21.
4 21.
7 21.
•
5
4
0
2
4
4
7
Calibration
Span
Drift
F=E-D
0.0
0.0
-0.3
-0.3
-0.8
0.0
0.0
Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
0.0
0.0
-0.3
-0.3
-0.8
0.0
-0.1
-0.2
0.3
0.5

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TABLE 7-10   TWO-HOUR ZERO AND CALIBRATION DRIFT DETERMINATION
          FOR OUTLET 09 MONITOR,  BECKMAN PARAMAGNETIC,
                     MODEL 755,  0-25% RANGE
Data Time
Set Date Begin End
No.
1 9/8 0945 1145
2 9/8 1145 1350
3 9/9 0952 1210
4 9/9 1210 1408
5 9/9 1408 1600
6 9/9 1600 1805
7 9/9 1805 1955
8 9/10 1000 1155
9 9/10 1155 1400
10 9/10 1400 1615
11 9/10 1615 1753
12 9/10 1753 1956
13 9/11 1245 1445
14 9/11 1445 1643
15 9/11 1643 1830
Zero
Zero Rdg. Drift
Init. Fin.
A B C=B-A
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
Arithmetic Mean 0.0
Confidence Interval 0.0
Zero Drift 0.0
High-Range Span
Rdq Drift
Init. Fin.
D E F=E-D
22.2 22.3 0.1
22.3 22.2 -0.1
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 21.5 -0.7
21.5 22.2 0.7
22.2 22.0 -0.2
22.3 22.1 -0.2
22.1 22.2 0.1
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.2 0.0
22.2 22.0 -0.2
22.0 22.4 0.4
22.4 22.4 0.0
Calibration Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
0.1
-0.1
0.0
0.0
-0.7
0.7
-0.2
-0.2
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
-0.2
0.4
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.2
                             7-15

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                      TABLE  7-11.  TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR ZERO AND CALIBRATION  DRIFT  DETERMINATION
                                    FOR OUTLET 02 MONITOR, BECKMAN PARAMAGNETIC,
                                              MODEL 755, 0-25% RANGE
I
I—»
CTl
Data
Set
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Time
Date
9/6
9/7
9/8
9/9
9/10
9/11
9/12
Begin
0930
0930
0945
1005
1000
1245
1200
End
0900
0915
0952
1000
1200
1200
1145
Zero
Init.
A
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Rdg.
Fin.
B
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
Arithmetic Mean
Confidence Interval


Zero
Drift

Zero
Drift
C=B-A
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
Hi
gh-Range
Rdg
Init
D
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
.3
.2
.2
.2
.3
.2
.0
. Fin.
E
22.2
22.2
22.2
22.1
22.2
22.2
21.5
Calibration
Span
Drift
F=E-D
-0.1
0.0
0.0
-0.1
-0.1
0.0
-0.5
Drift
Calib.
Drift
G=F-C
0.0
0.0
0.0
-0.1
-0.1
0.0
-0.6
-0.1
0.2
0.3

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 TABLE 7-12   CALIBRATION ERROR  DETERMINATION  FOR INLET S0
   MONITOR, THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED  FLUORESCENT,  MODEL 40
Run
No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Calibration Gas
Concentration
ppm
A
0
2470
4783
2470
0
4783
2470
4783
0
2470
0
4783
0
4783
2470
Measurement System
Reading
ppm
B
0
2467
4784
2486
1
4786
2478
4781
2
2472
1
4728
1
4728
2468
Arithmetic Mean =
Confidence Interval =
Calibration Error, % =
Arithmetic
Differences
ppm
A-B
Mid High

3
-1
-16

-3
-8
2

-2

55

-3
2
-4 10
10 31
0.6 0.9
Calibration Data

    Mid-level:   C   2470 ppm
    High-level:  D - 4783 ppm
                              7-17

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TABLE  7-13.   CALIBRATION ERROR DETERMINATION FOR OUTLET SO
  MONITOR,  THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED  FLUORESCENT, MODEL 40   2
Run
No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Calibration Gas
Concentration
ppm
A
0
308
431
308
0
431
•308
431
0
308
0
431
0
431
308
Measurement System
Reading
ppm
B
0
308
431
308
0
433
309
433
0
309
0
431
0
431
308
Arithmetic Mean =
Confidence Interval =
Calibration Error, % =
Arithmetic
Differences
ppm
A-B
Mid High

0
0
0

-2
-1
-2

-1

0

0
0
0 -1
1 1
0.3 0.5
  Calibration Data

      Mid-level :   C - 308 ppm
      High-level:  D = 431 ppm
                              7-18

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TABLE 7-14.   CALIBRATION  ERROR DETERMINATION FOR INLET  0? MONITOR,
 THERMO-ELECTRON PULSED FLUORESCENT, MODEL 40, 0-5000 ppfo RANGE
Run
No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Calibration Gas
Concentration
*
A
0.0
8.0
20.9
0.0
20.9
8.0
20.9
0.0
20.9
8.0
20.9
8.0
0.0
8.0
0.0
Measurement System
Reading
%
B
0.0
8.0
21.1
0.0
21.0
8.0
20.9
0.0
21.0
7.9
20.8
8.0
0.0
8.0
0.0
Arithmetic Mean =
Confidence Interval =
Calibration Error, % =
Arithmetic
Differences
%
A-B
Mid High

0.0
-0.2

-0.1
0.0
0.0

-0.1
0.1
0.1
0.0

0.0

0.0 -0.1
0.1 0.1
0.1 0.2
     Calibration Data from Section 6.1

         Mid-level:   C = 8.0%
         High-level:  D = 20.9%
                                  7-19

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TABLE  7-15.   CALIBRATION ERROR  DETERMINATION FOR OUTLET 0  MONITOR.
             BECKMAN  PARAMAGNETIC,  MODEL 755, 0-25%  RANGE 2
Run
No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Calibration Gas
Concentration
A
0.0
8.0
20.9
0.0
20.9
8.0
20.9
0.0
20.9
8.0
20.9
8.0
0.0
8.0
0.0
Measurement System
Reading
B
0.0
8.0
20.4
0.0
20.2
7.8
20.5
0.0
20.5
8.1
20.5
8.1
0.0
8.0
0.0
Arithmetic Mean =
Confidence Interval =
Calibration Error. % =
Arithmetic
Differences
A-B
Mid High

0.0
0.5

0.7
0.2
0.4

0.4
-0.1
0.4
-0.1

0.0

0.0 0.5
0.2 0.2
0.2 0.7
        Calibration Data

            Mid-level:  C   8.0::
            High-level: D   20.9?«
                                  7-20

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           TABLE 7-16.  CALIBRATION GASES USED DURING TEST PROGRAM
Calibration gas                   Concentration            Period used
                                      (ppm)
S02 in N2
2,600
2,530
2,470
4,783
8/28 through 9/5
9/6 through 9/15
9/16 through 9/25
9/26 through 9/30
S0? in N?                               308              8/28 through 8/30
  c                                     378              8/31 through 9/13
                                        308              9/14 through 9/30

02 in N2                            110,000              8/28 through 9/30


Data Acquisition System

     The Data Acquisition System consisted of a Fluke Data Acquisition
system, a dual pen Fisher 5000 Recordall recorder, and a Leeds and
Northrop 6-channel multipoint recorder.  A more in-depth description of
the data-gathering system and how it was utilized in the comprehensive
system is in Section 9.  The Fluke Data Acquisition system was equipped
to convert voltages into temperatures directly.

Temperature Sensors

     Mounted parallel to the filter probes were 60-cm (24-in.) long chromel-
alumel thermocouple probes.  These thermocouple probes were hard wired
into the Fluke Data Acquisition system using approximately 30-m (100-ft)
of chromel-alumel thermocouple wire, allowing the flue gas temperatures
at the inlet and outlet of the FGD system to be listed on the data
acquisition system printout.
                                     7-21

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                                  SECTION 8

            DESCRIPTION OF REFERENCE METHOD TESTING AND ANALYSIS
     The Environmental Protection Agency reference methods of manual
testing described below were conducted at the two filter probe locations.
The data collected were used to validate the results derived from the
continuous monitoring system.

     Velocity traverses (using Environmental Protection Agency Methods 1
and 2 with a calibrated "S" type pi tot tube, thermocouple-actuated
potentiometer, and inclined manometer) were conducted at the two sampling
locations along with the gas sampling for Methods 3, 5, and 6 (42 Federal
Register 41754 August 18, 1977).

TESTING FOR S02

     SOp concentrations were sampled according to Environmental  Protection
Agency Method 6 for 30 minutes at a sampling rate not greater than
1 L/min (0.035 cfm).  The manual sampling probe was positioned not more
than 3 cm from the extractive monitor probe.  The sampling train consisted
of a heat-traced glass-lined probe with glass wool in the tip, four
impingers (of the size used in Method 5), an impinger umbilical  connector,
silica gel tube, diaphragm pump, rotameter for wet gas flow rate, and a
dry gas flow meter.  The impingers were set up in the Method 6 configuration,
The first impinger contained 100 mL of 80 percent isopropanol, and the
next two impingers each contained 100 mL of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide.
The last impinger was empty.  The first impinger had a glass wool plug
inserted in the tap at the outlet arm to act as a mist eliminator.  The
impinger train was placed in an ice bath and leak checked before and
after each run.  At the end of the sampling run, the ice bath was removed,
the isopropanol was discarded, and the hydrogen peroxide from the two
impingers was transferred to a sample bottle.  The three impingers were
then rinsed three times with distilled deionized water and the rinses
added to the same sample bottle.  The peroxide solution was diluted to a
known volume, and three aliquots were analyzed titrametrically by the
barium percholorate/thorin indicator method.

TESTING FOR 02

     Manual Integrated Oxygen sampling was conducted according to
Environmental Protection Agency Method 3 (42 Federal Register 41754
August 18, 1977).  The flue gas was sampled simultaneously with Reference
Methods 5 and 6 for particulate matter and S02 with the 02 and COp being
determined by an Orsat analyzer.

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TESTING FOR PARTICULATE MATTER

     The particle emission rate from the FGD system was determined by
three isokinetic sampling runs performed at the baghouse outlet.
Particulate matter testing was conducted according to Environmental
Protection Agency Method 5 using a RAC Stacksampler sampling train.
Components included in the train were:

     •  A buttonhook nozzle,

     o  A type 316 stainless steel heat-traced probe, pitot tube, and
        integrated bag sampling line (attached in required configuration),

     •  A 10-cm  (4-in.) glass filter holder containing  a pre-weighed
        AH-Gelman glass fiber filter,

     t  4 impingers - the first two containing 200 ml of distilled
        deionized FLO, the third empty, and the fourth, 200 grams of
        silica gel,

     •  An umbilical cord connecting impinger train to  a rotary vane
        pump, and

     t  A dry-gas meter.

     The reported particulate emissions (Table 8-1) include the particulate
 portion from the acetone wash of the front half of the  sampling train
 and  accumulations on the glass fiber filter.
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                                    TABLE 8-1.   PARTICIPATE EMISSIONS RESULTS
                                                                Inlet Duct
    Test:
         Date:
         Run No.
         Time interval
00
I
GO
Flue Gas:
     Temperature, °C (°F)
     Velocity, m/s   (fps)
     Diameter, m (in.)
     Area, m2 (ft2)
     Flow rate, m^/s (acfm)
     Flow rate, m-^/s (scfm)
     Flow rate, m-Vs (dscfm)
     Water vapor, % by vol.
Particulate Emission Data:
     Sampling time, min
     Probe/nozzle catch, g (gr)
     Filter catch, g (gr)
     Total catch, g (gr)
     Sample volume, rrr (dscf)
     Concentration, g/m^
       (gr/dscf)
     Mass rate, mg/yr (Ib/hr)
     Isokinetic sampling, %
Gas Analysis (% by vol.. dry):
     Carbon dioxide (CO-)
     Oxygen (03)
     Carbon monoxide (CO)
     Nitrogen & inerts
                                 6-2-80
                                 BI5-1
                                 1031-1222
179 (355)
10.45 (34.27)
2.286 x .914 (90 x
2.09 (22.5)
21.83 (46,260)
13.73 (29,080)
12.65 (26,810)
7.76
                                     96
                                     2.4632 (38.01)
                                     8.6409 (133.35)
                                     11.1041 (171.36)
                                     1.71 (41.46)

                                     9.43 (4.12)
                                     429.5 (946.8)
                                     106.3
                                     11.0
                                     8.0
                                     NIL
                                     81.0
                         6-2-80
                         BI5-2
                         1527-1730
      184 (363)
      10.25 (33.63)
36)   2.286 x .914 (90 x 36)
      2.09 (22.5)
      1,286 (45,400)
      800 (28,260)
      736 (26,000)
      7.96
                         96
                         0.6769 (10.45)
                         8.9077 (137.46)
                         9.5846 (147.91)
                         1.13 (40.01)

                         8.44 (3.69)
                         373.0 (822.3)
                         105.8
                         11.2
                         7.4
                         NIL
                         81.4
                              6-3-80
                              BI5-3
                              0845-1032
184 (364)
10.66 (34.98)
2.286 x .914 (90 x
2.09 (22.5)
1,337 (47,220)
831 (29,360)
767 (27,070)
7.80
                              96
                              0.7353 (11.35)
                              13.1580 (203.06)
                              13.8933 (214.40)
                              1.18 (41.51)

                              11.78 (5.15)
                              542.0) (1,195.0)
                              105.4
                              11.4
                              6.9
                              NIL
                              81.7
                                                                                                         36)
                                                   (continued)

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                                             TABLE 8-1.  "continued"
                                                               Outlet Duct
co
i
Test:

     Date:
     Run no.
     Time interval
Flue Gas:

     Temperature, °C (°F)
     Velocity, m/s   (fps)
     Diameter, m (in.)
     Area, m2 (ft2)
     Flow rate, m-^/s (acfm)
     Flow rate, m^/s (scfm)
     Flow rate, nvVs (dscfm)
     Water vapor, % by vol.

Particulate Emission Data:

     Sampling time, min
     Probe/nozzle catch, g (gr)
     Filter catch, g (gr)
     Total catch, g (gr)
     Sample volume, rrn (dscf)
     Concentration, m^
       (gr/dscf)
     Mass rate,  mg/yr (Ib/hr)
     Isokinetic  sampling, %
Gas Analysis (%  by vol., dry):
                                     6-2-80
                                     B05-1
                                     1020-1152
87 (189)
9.82 (32.21)
1.68 (66)
2.21 (23.76 )
1,300 (45,920)
1,035 (36,540)
894 (31,570)
13.6
                                     72
                                     0.0413 (.637)
                                     0.0062 (.096)
                                     0.0475 (.733)
                                     1.42 (50.24)

                                     .0334 (0.0146)
                                     1.79 (3.95**)
                                     100.2
                         6-2-80
                         B05-2
                         1530-1755
79 (175)
9.17 (30.06)
1.68 (66)
2.21 (23.76)
1,214 (42,850)
987 (34,850)
857 (30,250)
13.2
                         72
                         0.0179 (.276)
                         0.0042 (.065)
                         0.0221 (.341)
                         1.38 (48.81)

                         .0159 (0.00697)
                         .82 (1.81)
                         101.6
                        6-3-80
                        B05-3
                        0845-1044
97 (207*)
11.17 (36.64)
1.68 (66)
2.21 (23.76)
1,439 (50,810)
1,115 (39,360)
985 (34,790)
11.6
                        72
                        0.0607 (.937)
                        0.0169 (.261)
                        0.0776 (1.197)
                        1.93 (68.26)

                        .0400 (0.0175)
                        2.37 (5.22)
                        92.7
Carbon dioxide (C0?)
Oxygen (02)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Nitrogen & inerts
10.6
8.4
NIL
81.0
10.2
8.6
NIL
81.2
10.6
7.6
NIL
81.8

     ^Spray dryer down 1/3 of sampling period.
    **Some soot blowing.

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                                  SECTION 9

              DESCRIPTION OF DATA GATHERING SYSTEM AND PROCEDURE
EMISSIONS DATA

     Emissions data were transmitted from the analyzers to the Fluke
Data Acquisition system where they were recorded as voltages.  The Fluke
Data Acquisition system was set up to scan the analyzers and temperature
outputs every 15 minutes and was wired so as to indicate when the gas
conditioner was in its blowback mode.  Emissions data were also transmitted
to strip chart recorders simultaneously as a backup source of data
collection.  Temperature data were transmitted from the remote temperature
probes to the Fluke Data Acquisition system and recorded.

     The preceding day's emissions data were taken from the Fluke Data
Acquisition system daily and manually converted from voltages to concen-
trations.  The respective day's zero and span were used to correct the
data and to determine the calibration factor for the conversion.  The
converted and corrected emissions data and temperature data were then
transferred to a data sheet that was divided into quarter-hour time
increments and sent daily back to TRW.  The data were reduced in the
field so they could be used by the operator as an indication of potential
or actual instrumentation problems.

PROCESS DATA

     Process data sheets, supplied by the Celanese Fibers Company, were
delivered to the site operator as they became available by the Chief
Assistant to the Boiler House Manager.  Process data included boiler
operational parameters and coal analyses.

SITE MANAGER NOTES

     Qualitative statements about general FGD system operation, FGD system
malfunctions, engineering shortcomings, and modifications were substantiated
by the highest personnel available in the plant chain of command.
Priority of information verification was as follows:  Boiler House
Manager, first; Chief Assistant to the Boiler House Manager, second;
Shift Foreman, third; and boiler operators, fourth.
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DATA TRANSFER, HANDLING, AND STORAGE

     Emissions data were transcribed daily by the site manager from the
paper output of the Fluke recorder to a formatted data sheet.   A copy of
this data sheet is shown in Figure 9-1.  The site manager also converted
the data from the millivolt outputs registered by the data logger to the
proper units, either  F, percent, or ppm.  Calibration drifts were
included when converting the data.  The site manager then combined these
data sheets summarizing the emissions data with the process data sheets,
photocopied the entire package, and mailed these copies to the lead
project engineer at TRW's Research Triangle Park office.  When this
package arrived at TRW, it was given directly to a data analyst whose
job was to enter the data in the digital computer.  Because of the large
number of entries associated with the emissions data, these formatted
data sheets were sent by courier to a data entry firm where the data
were keypunched onto cards.  These cards were then sent by courier to
the computer where they were read and loaded into memory.  The relevant
process data were loaded directly into the computer memory by the TRW
data analyst using a remote terminal.  The entire process from the time
the data were collected at Celanese in Cumberland, Maryland, until they
were stored in the computer in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina,
took approximately five days.

     Although this system of data handling was not exceptionally fast,
it did have a number of advantages.  Conversion of the data into engineering
units by the site manager kept him aware of FGD system's performance at
all times.  It also alerted him to problems in the continuous-monitoring
or data-handling systems.  The site manager could thus correlate daily
between the FGD system's operating status, as reported by the system
operators, and its SO- removal efficiency.  This data-handling system
also offered a high degree of redundancy in data storage.  Data were
stored  in the computer memory, on punched cards, on formatted data
sheets, and on the paper tape from the data logger.  Thus, misplaced
data could be retrieved from a number of sources.  Finally, this system
was less expensive to operate than a more automated system.  It is well-
suited to a job of short duration (30 days) where immediate data reduction
is not essential.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

     The quality of the data collected at Celanese was assured in the
following ways.

     0    As mentioned above, TRW's site manager was given a part of the
          data reduction responsibilities so that he was always aware of
          the system's performance in actual engineering units rather
          than millivolt outputs from the data logger.

     •    The site manager was given a schedule of activities to be
          followed daily in order to assure that all important duties
          were performed.  A copy of this schedule is shown in Table 9-1.


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           Figure 9-1.   Sample emissions  data sheet.
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        TABLE 9-1.  SCHEDULE OF DAILY ACTIVITIES FOR THE SITE MANAGER
TIME                                      TASK
 8:00 A.M.         *Check status of continuous monitors and data logger
                   *Enter notes on system's condition & emissions in notebook
 8:30              *Zero, span, and calibrate instruments
                   *Enter notes on calibration drifts on proper sheets
                     and in notebook
 9:00              *See boiler operator (Bill Mason), discuss equipment
                     operation
                   *Get process data from previous day
                   *Enter notes on boiler and FGD operation in notebook
 9:30              *Call TRW:  Steve Mulligan or Jim Kezerle (919-541-9100)
                   *Discuss boiler status, monitoring system, calibration, etc.
 10:00              *Reduce emissions data from previous day
                   *Convert data to proper units and transcribe to data sheets
 10:30
 11:00
 11:30
 12:00
 1:00  P.M.         *Finish data reduction
                   *Prepare process and emissions data for mailing
 1:30              *Call TRW with report on emissions data
                   *Report one or two data points
                     Include SO-, Op, temperatures at inlet & outlet
 2:00              *Perform instrument & equipment maintenance
                        -Check moisture purge from conditioners DAILY
 2:30                   -Check paper supply in data logger
                        -Clean filters, thermocouples, and probes WEEKLY
 3:00                   -Check cal gas supply
                        -Make final notebook entries
 3:30              *   -Check condition of data logger and instruments
 4:00

                                  (continued)

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                          TABLE  9-1.   "continued"
10:00 P.M.         *Check condition  of  data  logger  and  instruments
10:30              *Document condition  of  system  in  notebook
11:00              *Correct  ANY  PROBLEMS
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0    The site manager at Celanese conferred by telephone twice a
     day with TRW engineers at Research Triangle Park.   During one
     of these calls, he reported all the outputs of the continuous
     monitoring system for two typical hours in the previous day.
     This procedure helped to assure the identification of problems
     with the data that might be missed by the site manager.

•    All important telephone calls, conversations, and meetings
     were logged into notebooks issued to all responsible members
     of the project team.  The site manager's notebook listed any
     information related to him by Rockwell International, Wheelabrator-
     Frye, or Celanese personnel.  The status of the FGD system,
     boiler, and the continuous monitoring system was also entered
     into these notebooks.

•    All notebooks issued on this program were checked periodically
     by TRW's quality assurance manager to be sure that all entries
     were dated and complete.  These periodic inspections were
     unannounced.
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                                 SECTION 10

                                DATA ANALYSIS
DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPUTER PROGRAM

     The computer program used to analyze the data was coded in SUPER
BASIC.  It was designed to calculate time-averaged concentrations of
flue gas constituents, flue gas flow rates, and boiler heat input values.
It then used these values to calculate inlet and outlet S02 emissions
and the percentage efficiency of S02 removal.  A listing of the computer
program is included in Appendix A.

     The program was 291 lines long and used approximately 40 variables
for label headings and naming arrays.  Three files and two subroutines
were used during execution.  The two subroutines were used to input data
in the proper format.  The first, Subroutine Pro, was used to input and
print process data.  The second subroutine, Subroutine Ems, was used to
input the emissions data.

     The three files created were the emissions file, the process file,
and the output file.  The emissions data file contained 15-minute
readings of the following parameters:

     •    S02 inlet

     •    S02 outlet

     •    02 inlet

     •    02 outlet

     •    temperature inlet

     •    temperature outlet

Readings of midpoint temperature, between the spray dryer and the baghouse,
were taken and are included in the computer printouts.  It was determined
late in the program that these values are incorrect and do not represent
the actual temperature of the flue gases at that point.  Poor placement
of the thermocouple probe was the cause of the problem.  Measurements of
the SOp concentration at this midpoint location were also intended to be
taken.  A breakdown in the analyzer intended to perform this function
prevented the collection of these data.  The computer printouts include


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column headings for these data but zeros were entered to indicate no
data were collected.  Four values per hour were recorded for each of the
six parameters listed above.  Thus, the data file contained 576 pieces
of data for each day of testing.  The process file contained hourly
readings of the coal feed rate and steam flow rate.  The output file was
created before execution and was written on during execution.  Hourly
average of emissions, flue gas flow rates, heat input, and SCL removal
efficiency percentages were written on the file.  The equations used to
calculate these outputs and sample calculations are  included in Table  10-1.

     Hourly averages of the emissions data were calculated using  the sum
of good readings divided by the count of good readings.  The inlet,
intermediate, and outlet emissions were calculated from those averages.
From the averages of coal feed rate, the heat input  and flue gas  flow
rate were calculated.

     Daily averages of the S02 inlet and S02 outlet  emissions and S02
removal efficiency  percentages were calculated using only good hours.
Good hours were simply defined as hours in which at  least two valid non-
zero data points had been collected.  Incorrect data due to  instrument
malfunction was removed from the data base manually  and not  by the
computer.

DESCRIPTION OF THE  DATA INPUT TECHNIQUES

     Data values for each day of testing were entered into the computer
from two different  sources.  Emissions data were read along with  the
appropriate date from punched cards directly into file in the computer's
memory.  Process data were entered from a time-sharing terminal.  Both
files  were dated,  so they could be correlated and identified, and were
kept  in permanent  storage.  Files were retrieved for actual execution.

     The test data  were entered into the program at  the beginning of
execution.  The value of the fuel heating value and  the F-factor  of
bituminous coal remained constant for the duration of the test.

TYPICAL OUTPUT DESCRIPTION

     The title and  the date of the program were printed at the beginning
of each output.  The process data file containing the time of day, coal
rate,  steam rate,  coal type, and upset condition was formatted and
printed next. The  formatted output printed the date, time, and the
corresponding 15-minute reading of the emissions data.  After four
readings were printed, their average and the code "good hour" or  "bad
hour"  was  printed  based on whether two non-zero data points were  available,
After  24  hours of  emissions data were printed, the time, hourly averages
 (using only  "good"  hours) of heat input, flue gas flow rate, the  three
emissions, the efficiency percentages, and again the code "good hour"  or
 "bad  hour"  (see next section) were printed.  At the  end of the program
the label  "good day" or  "bad day" was printed based  on whether 18 or
fewer  good hours of data had been collected.


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            TABLE 10-1.  EQUATIONS AND SAMPLE CALCULATIONS
1.   Heat Input = coal feedrate x coal  heat content
       Btu/hr   =   Ib/hr        x   Btu/lb

     Computer Code:
       U (I)    = G  (I) *T

          U (I) = Hourly value of heat  input
          G (I) = Hourly value of coal  feedrate
             T  = Heat content of coal

     Sample:  August 28, 1980; 0100 hours

     Heat input = 9880 x 12500
                = 12.4 x 107 Btu/hr

2.   Flue gas flowrate = F factor x heat input  x  ^       '9
                                                           QCC
                                                      — 6XCGSS
       dscf/hr         = dcsf/106  Btu  x  106  Btu/hr
     Computer Code:
       V (I)  = (Kl  * (U (I)  * (20.9/(20.9  - A4(I ) ) ) ) )/106
       V  (I)  =  Hourly value  of  flue  gas  flowrate
         Kl   =  F =  factor  for bituminous coal
                 =  9820  dscf/106  Btu
       U  (I)  =  Hourly value  of  heat  input
      A4  (I)  =  Hourly value  of  excess oxygen in the inlet flue gas
     Sample:   August  28,  1980;  0100  hours
     Flue  gas  flowrate  =     _ x  12.4 x  10  x  2Q

                       =  22.4 x  105 dscf/hr
                                 (continued)
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                       TABLE 10-1.  "continued"
3.   S02 Emissions (Inlet)* = SO^ conversion factor x SCL concentration
     (inlet)
            6
                               -
       lb/10  Btu       =      scf  /ppm       x        ppm

                                                              20.9
x F - factor x

  dscf/106 Btu
                                                        20.9 - excess
     Computer Code:
                         7                      ?n Q
       R (I) = 1.66 x 10"' * Al (I) * Kl *  20.9 .^ (i)

       R (I) = Hourly value of S02 emissions
      Al (I) = Hourly average value of S02 concentration (inlet)
       Kl    = F - factor for bituminous coal
      A4 (I) = Hourly average value of excess  oxygen in. the inlet flue gas

     Sample:  August 28, 1980; 0100 hours

                                         7                      ?fl Q
       S02 emissions (inlet) = 1.66 x 10   x 960.0 x 9820 x  2Q g   g 4
                             = 2.84 lb/105 Btu

*The equation for S0? emissions (outlet) is analagous to the one for the
  inlet.
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DEFINITION AND HANDLING OF BAD DATA

     Bad emissions data as identified and flagged by TRW's site manager
were entered as zeros in their respective 15-minute readings.  Bad data
included periods of FGD system upset and periods when the continuous
monitors were not functioning.  Three or more zeroed 15-minute readings
produced a "bad hour."  Otherwise, the hour was coded "good hour."  A
"bad day" of data was determined when more than six hours of data were
bad.  Otherwise, the day was coded "good day."

     Abnormal emissions data due to poor operation of the FGD system
were identified manually by TRW engineers after referring to the site
manager's notebook.  These periods were deleted from the 30-day average
removal efficiency.
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                                 SECTION 11

                                 REFERENCES
1.   U.S. Environmental  Protection Agency.  Quality Assurance Handbook
     for Air Pollution Measurement Systems, Volume 1 - Principles.
     Section No. J.  EPA-600/9-76-005.  January 1976.

2.   Shigehara,  R.  T., R.  M.  Neulicht, W.  S.  Smith, and J.  W. Peeler.
     Summary of  F-factor Methods for Determining Emissions  from Combustion
     Sources.   Source Evaluation Society Newsletter, Volume 1, No. 5.
     November 1976.

3.   New Stationary Sources Performance Standards; Electric Utility
     Steam Generating Units.   Federal Register, Volume 44,  No. 113.
     June 11,  1979.   pp. 33580-33624.

4.   Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources; Continuous
     Monitoring  Performance Specifications.  Federal Register, Volume  44,
     No. 197.   October 10, 1979.  pp. 58601-58636.

5.   Standards for New Stationary Sources; Revision to Reference
     Method 1-8.  Federal  Register, Volume 42, No. 160.  August 18,
     1977.  p. 41754.
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  APPENDIX A



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         I-K17BO
         O"70O
         OO800
         OOS10
         00820
         OO83O
         OO840
         OOS-30
         ooeto
         OO37O
         00380
         OO&90
OO92O
00930
OO94O
oov^-.o
O0960
nCi-570
OO930
00990
01OOO
OJ010
01020
ivlG'SO
O1O4O
0 1 050
O 1 06O
O1070
O1080
O I O'i'O
0 1 1 00
0 1 1 1 0
0 1 1 20
O 1 1 30
Ol 140
0 1 1 c,0
n 1 1 40
01 170
0 1 1 30
Ol 190
oi:;no
o i 2 i o
O 1 ?2<~>
O I - SO
              2 INTE:R,"
                       ROUTINE FOR  PRINTING HEADINGS FOR  THE PROCESS  DATA
Y'3»="so:;- OUTLET"
W6*="LOG"
W7*="H/MM&TU"
W8*=" PERCENT"
VAR=ZERO
C.EI d*
OPEN O* , OU1 PUT , 7
H 1=0820
REMARH
REMARK
REMARK
PRINT  IN f-ORM
PRINT  IN FORM
PRINT  IN FORM
GET J*
OPEN J*, INPUT, 2
DIM O(24) ,H(24) , I (24) ,J<24) , K ( 24 ) ,L(24) ,M<24) , N ( 24 ) ,0(24) ,P(24) . pt ( 24 )
DIM Q*(24)
IjOTO 0 1 1 2cl
REMARK
REMARK           SUBROUTINE  TO INPUT PROCESS DATA
               "3B AAAA 3B":X6«
               " 4 ( AAAAAftAAAA IB) /":
               "12B AAXAA 5B AAXAA
                                            ^«, Y, Y8», Y-5*
                                            / / / " : Bl*. Bl *
                 ARRAY G(24)
                 ARRAY H(24)
                 ARRAY l< (24)
                 ARRAY Pt<24)
                 ARRAY Q*<24)

                 SUBROUTINE  PRO
                                               IS THE  COAL FEEDRATE
                                               IS THE  STEAM FLOUR ATE
                                               IS THE  TIME
                                               I '5 THE  CODE FOR  THE COAL TYPE
                                               IS THE  UPSET CONDITION
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
FOR  1=1  TO 24
INPUT FROM 2:X,K(I),G(I),H
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Ill  ill I
ul  .On
111  .-i'ltl
ril  .4ii
III  ..Si)
 I , ol (
111  .:/:.ll
ill  :7ii
ill  .:^li
n|  ••.•-in
nl 40i I
iil41n
 01470
 Ml 'I SO
 O I 4C'0
 11| Mm
 O I '.• 10
 111 «CO
 M1S3O
 Ol-=./)!>
 01 "•?., i
 ill1.4.0
 1.1 Hi 70
 0 IT. 3 0
 illT.^n
 Ml' I'll I
 Mil' I"
 Ml': .I'"
 Hit in
 111 A40
REMARI
FIEMAKI              SUBROUTINE   TO  INPUT  EMISSIONS  DATA
RFMAI-'t              '-.MpROM T I ME  EMS
HEMARI
Fi'cH  1 = 1  10  24
FOR-  ..Ml  In  4
 INPUT  FROM  3  IN  FORM  "XXX XX  XXX XX   ft..'/.  27.. V.  ;:7..7.  27.. 7.  17. .7.   '.'/..','.   '•'.'. .7.

M X I  J
Ml X T  1
RETURN
P I n  I'M 24 ,  '1 > , R I 24 > ,  ••"• < 24 I  , W < 24 I , U < 24 > , V < 24 >
DIM  SI ( 24 > , S2C 24 I .  S3! 24  > . S4 ( 24 ) , SS ( 24 ) . S6 ( 24 > , '; 7 ( 24 >  , '".:;: I  24 )
HIM  Al (24 ) , A2(24> .  A3 ( 24  I , A4 ( 24 ) , A':, ( 24) , A6 ( 24) , A7< 24)  , A>i(24l
iM'lb.HiH  ill in u i
i,O: up  01 510
Hi MJIRI
REI1ARI              M  THRU  S3,ARE  IHE  HOURI  Y  SUMS  OF  EALH  EMISSIONS DATA
FiFMARI
FOR  1=1  TO  24
S 1 , S2 . -?"l,  J.4 , ST> , •;.'.•,  S7 . S8 , M , p=«"l
FOR  J-l  TO  4
 IF  A< I,J)-M THEN  OlT.4O

O ( I , J ) --• 1
GOTO 0156O
O(1,J>=O
N~N< 1
                                                                                                                             / " : tit ( I , .J ) , At < I , ..I) , F ( I , J ) , L <  I ,. I) , C ( I , J ' . I' ( I ,  J ) , A < I , J
         •:. l-OI  if (
                        , J)
                        , J)
                        ..I)
                        . .1)
                         THEN  flit
                        c|i  HOUR"
Ol t.'-'ci
ill 7Oil

111 7 2' i


111 7-:,! ,
nl //.(i
Ml 7/0
MI ;.':•!

i,).- mi
NEXT  ,1

IF  P-N-' =
0*( I )-"i
i.rn'o  ojyso
|c*( I >-"6AlJ HIJUI-"
REMAR-I.
REMAkl
RFMARI
III  HI • I
I,Mill  .12
KFI-lnl I
KEMnFll
                               111   IS  IHfc  li" u INT OF  TUt  i .1 Ulfi Hfil.lfVi.  HI  LiATA
         l-.l  I'l, ll-l
         t-'EMdl I
         l-l  lllih'l
         F-I'M, i|.|
         I (  I'lltl-I
         i-1  Mrii. i
         II  IK.I--I
         l-l  II, ,l I
                      III I   nl   Mil   FliiMMY  O'.'l  KAc .[ S.  ARE  Tnli'MIAM-li II  I MI .  Mil   l|H|1|i|-l-  ill"
                      r, MINIMI  M iintiii.    < n  i
                                                                                M.'   HIM  I
                                                                              •".  H 1 I it " 1111
                                                                                M.  MI M I I 1
                                                                              ii    I Ml I I
                                                                              cc    null I  I
                                                                              HUM   M- i-ii-'i i.ii 11 n-i
                                                                                M.  I-IIHIHUM   II  Ml  I I  nll'l I
                                                                                    i  H Ml I I   II l-ll'l I-M II ll-l
Cll ' •') > 1 '
(-, ..'11 1
1, ' 0 , 1
fl 4 1 -1 1 1 •
«'•! . 1 1 1
!<•' ' /'I I I':
li ' ' ''I i 1'
'•I • 1
Mil in nil
(HI H""l-
Mll IHiMI
Mil HI n li-
lt II- llccM).'
lilt HIM It'-
ll II HI nil.
Mil Mill II .
S tV7l 1 MI -
t twi i r,i .
/ d"t 1 in .
/ (V'l 1-iV ,
< M"| i-.'ti.
/ n''l l-Ml .
i li"l l-ili •
1 . '1 1 1 tl
Ml Mil
"F 1 1 It
Ml I 1 II
Ml Mil
c It 1 1 II
c c| c i ;
nl Mil
Ml Mil

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I
en
ft 1 8611
OI870
0 1 (38O
O1890
ft 1 9OO
01 ij il
01 "20
01 ">3n
O1940
01950
Ol 960
01 -='70
oi veo
0 1 v-:>O
02000
02010
O202O
O.'O so
o2O4O
02O5O
02060
O207O
02OBO
OJO^'O
i~i-' \ OO
02 1 1 0
O2 I 20
02130
02 I 40
02150
O2 1 60
02170
1.12180
02190
O22OO
o:'210
O222O
01-230
02240
O2250
O226O

I l22':'U
022*''O
orsoo
0231O
02320
         o23::.o
         O236O
         O2 370
         02330
         i >2 <9O
         02400
         0241O
         02420
         o:/430
               REMARI
               Al ( 1 )-'r.f:/T
               A2< I )==S1/T
               A3( I )='32/'(
               A6( I l
               A7< I )
               «8(I >=S7/T1
               REMARK
               IK I) ANO V ARE  THE VALUES OF  THE HEAT  INPUT  AND
REMARK         AND  THE  FLLIE GAS FLOWRATE OF EALH HOURLY  AVERAGE OF Su2
REMARI
U(I)=G(IJ»T
VI1>=(t1«U<1)»(20.9/(2O.9-A4)))/1OOOOOO
REMARI
REMARK         R(I)  IS  THE VALUE  OF  THE EMISSIONS OF THE HOHRI Y AVERAGE
REMARK         OF  THE  BO2 INLET,  S(I) IS THE  VALUE OF THE  EMISSIONS
REMARt         OF  THE  HOURLY AVERAGE OF THE SO2 1IMTERMED1ATE,WI I ) IS  THE
REMARK         VALUE OF THE EMISSIONS OF THE  HOURLY AVERAGE OF THE S02 OUTLET
REMARK
LET E = l.frtE-07»Al
R»V( I )
S(I)=E2»K1*(2O.9/(2O.9-A5(I)))
E4=1.66E-07«A3(I)
E5-=E4»V( I )
W( I )=E4*I- 1»( 2O.'r'/( 2O.9--A5I I ) ) )
REMARK
               R2  IS  THE SUM OF  IHE  S02
               R3  IS  THE SUM OF  THE  S02
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
R2=R2+R(I)

REMARI
REMARK
REMARK
REMARK
REMARI
IF A1(I)-0 THEN O244O
. I ( I ) = < (R( I)-S < I ) )/R( I ) 1»100
L(I )-< < R( I)-W < I) )/R   IS THE VALUE  OF  THE EFFICIENCY OF THE HOURLY
                              AVERAGE OF THE S02 INLET, L(I)  IS THE VALUE OF  THE
                              EFFICIENCY OF THE  HOURLY AVERAGE  OF THE SO2 OUTLET
               REMARI:
               REMARK
               I 2-1.2 11 ( I 1
               1'iOTO  tC^^-o
               IF  ri-0 THEN Tl-4
                              L2  IS THE SUM OF  THE SO2 OUTLET
       Al <
       A2(
       A'-K
       A4(
       A". (
       A 6 I
       A7(
       A3(
     >'=B6/Tl
     )=S1/T1
     )--S2/Tl
     I •-•: -\/T\
     i --\nn\
     )=-F.= n i

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 • ij.l'.O  C-RINt  IN  Fiil-M  "•:(! AAAA  ' L'  AAAA  2H  AA  /B  AAMAAAAAA  J'H  AC*  - H  AAll.i  /!<  AAI'nAAf'iAA  . I'  AAAA  /L<  AAlcAAAAAAA  JB  AUX  2P  AAAA/ " •' / I t , X6* , X
 7*1X3*,X<'t,YI»,Yj*.YI*,YJ*.X-"'*iYl*
 O2470  REMARK
 02480  REMARI"             RCMITINE  FI iR PRINT INC.  THt:  HEADINGS  OF TH£ EMISSION1:  DATA,   1 ME  FIFTEEN  MINUTE  READINGS  OF
 OjifJ'-i  REMARh             THE EMISSION1:.  AMP THE1K HCHJRL Y  AVEI-AGES
 ii.::-. l'i  PRINT  IN  FuRM  "-.IB AAA  1 1 8 A  12H AAA  7D  A  1 2B  AAA  lit*  A/ " : V 1 * . V2'( , V 1 t , w 2'l> , V 1 * , V Jt
 o:--.'-o  FOR i  =  i TO  21
 Ojsv,,  poR ..I  =  1  TO  XXXXX IB DD SB  DDDD.D   --B DD.D  1'Ei  DnD.Ci  7B DDIJD.Cl  4B DUD. D SB DDDD.D  4B  OD.D  JB ODD. D/ " '• Bt ( I , J ) . A* ( I
 . .1)  ,Q( I ,.J) , A( I ,..D ,Cl( I ,.J) ,F( 1 ..I) , B( I, J» ,F1 < I ,.J) ,C ( I, J) ,E( I , J) .L.I ( I , .J )
 OjSt.O  NEXT ,_l
 O?Str>  ('HINT  IN  ri'iPM  "JOB AAAAAAA JB IinDD.P  >B  DD.D  I'B  [ifiELD  7B  DDPH. \i  4P DDD.D  Vl>  DUPD. D  4B  DD.D  Z'B DPD. D  JE<  AAAAAAAAA/ / " : Yf.t , A I ( I ) ,
 A4( I I , A6( I ) , A2( I I . A7( I ) , A3( I 1 ,A5( I I ,A8( I) ,O*( I )
 OJS70  NEXT  I
 O2530  REMARK
 Oj^Ofi  RE.MAR^           ROUTINE  TO  PRINT  THE  HOURLY  EMIVE.ION •-, ,  HEAT   INPUT,
 0 .V.I.I' i  REMARK           FLOE GAS  FLOWRATE  AND REMOVAL  EFFICIENCY
 "JilO  KF.MAW.
 O I1*.". 1.1  PRINT  IN  HiRM  "AAAA  iti  AAftAAAAAAA  IB  AAAAAAAA  iB  AADAAAAAA  ?B  AAt'AAAAAA  j'.B AABAAAAAAA  HB  AADAAAAAA  ?.B AADAAAAAAA/ " : Xt •* , Wl i . W J*
 . XX*, YJ», Y"::», YJ* . Y^t
 0..'i.3O  PRINT  IN  FORM  "7B AAAXAA  6B AAAAAAAA  :•(<  AAAAAAAAA  ?:&AAAAAAAAA  SB  MAAAAAAAA 4B  AAAAAAAAAA  2B  AAAAAAAAAA/ " : Vit , WSt , W4* , U4* , W4t , W
 •r.t.Wi.t
 0;v_,4n  I;1RINT  IN  FliRM  "JOB AAAAXAA 4B XXAAAAA '5B  XXAAAAA  C.D XXAAAAA  .'_.fi AAAAAAA  / 6  AAAAAAA/ / " : V4* , W7t , W7*, W7t , WS1* , W&*
 o.16c:'i'i  FOR I  =   1  TO 24
 "2660  PRINT  IN  FORM  "XXXXX  3£<  DM. PESPIi IB DD. DE'bDD  IB  PD. DESPP  4B  PP. OESPD 4B PD. DESPD  4B  PPD *B  DD.D 6B AAAAAAAAA/ " : A* < I , .J ) , U( I ) , V<
 I ) , R ( I ) , ?. ( I ) , U ( I ) , ..I ( I ) . L ( I ) , L!» ( I )
 "-67H  PRINT  ON  7  IN FORM"? ( DD. DESDO 3B ) / " : U ( I > , V< I ) , R ( I ) , '5. < I ) , W < I ) , ..I < I ) , L ( I )
 O;vfcn  NIXT  I
 O.-i:.'11'!!  REMARK
 .ij7'"i  REMARK           I . ~:  I?.  THF  PA 1 1 Y AVERAOE  OF   THE  SO/  null. ET EFF 1C lENi Y ,  U1:. I NO  THE
 IIJ71H  REMARK            THE COUNT  OF THE  '.OOP HOUR.;.  OF  PATA
 02720  RFMARH           R4  IS  THE  DAILY AVERAOE OF   THE  SO2   INLET  EMISSIONS
 02730  REMARK           R5  IS  THE  DAILY AVERAOE  OF  THE  S02  OUTLET EMISSIONS
 02740  REMARK
 IV75O  I. J-l 2/ ( 24- HI )
 i>;:7/..n  S'l-F-^/Ci'l-Hl )
 02770  KV--R'::/< 24-H1 )
 'K-7-rid  REI'IARl
 O;-7^u  REMftlkl'           PRINT OUT  OF DAILY AVERAOE  EMISSIONS  AND REMOVAL
 iCS'in  REMARt^           EFFICIENCY
 ",'RICi  HEMAKI
 i'-1:/n  PK:1NI   IN FnF-M ".?nB AAAAAAA ^B DD. DESPD  I 6B  PP.DESPP \SH I ip. p/ / " : Yt,* , R4 , l-'S . I  3
 iijH'r!"  REMARI
 O2K4ii  REMARK           STATEMENT  TO CHECh  FOR  Al  I EAST  EIi.MFEEN HOURS   OF  ijOOD L'AIA
 O.'jeSO  REMARK
 O2860  IF  24-H1  6 THEN fiJlS11!')
n237" N*="OOU|i tiAY"
 O2yfc(O oiiTCi ci2°'iO
Ol'S^O Nt="BAD  DAY"
02900  PRINT  N*
O2''l(i REPLACE  Cl»
'i2"v;:-O  Cl ClSI.  Al I

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RNH,M=10OOO
ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "AUG  28, 1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELfiA
                                                   CELANESE FOD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      AUG  28,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN8280
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT8280
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P8280
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LP/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
0100
O200
030O
04OO
0500
0600
0700
0800
0900
1000
1 100
1 200
0*880
O9500
09500
0*310
0*880
10070
O9310
09500
09220
09780
09596
08854
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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I
OO
 1 3OO

 1400

 1500

 1600

 1700

 1800

 10OO

 2000

 21 OO

 22OO

 23OO

 2400

 PATE

08/28
08 / 28
O8/23
O8/28
      08/28
      03/28
      08/28
      03/28
      08/28
      08/28
      08/28
      O8/28
      08/23
      08/23
      08/28
O959O
O09AO
OO^ 1 o
033OO
00220
09780
O07BO
08670
08300
09220
O959O
09220
TIME
ooono
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
CO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET 02V.
PPM
OO:
OO:
OO:
00:

01:
01:
01:
01:

02:
02:
06
21
36
51

06
21
36
51

06
21
02:36
02:

03:
03:
03:
0 '-• '

51

O6
21
36
51

01
01
00
00
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
1027.
0392.
OOOO.
OOOO .
0960.
0903.
0907.
0754.
0793.
O830.
0850.
1035.
1 147.
1238.
1070.
OOOO .
1 301.
1370.
1305.
1 355.
6
3
0
0
0
6
6
2
•5
7
5
7
o
5
2
O
1
3
1
5
09.
09.
00.
00.
09.
00.
O9.
10.
09.
09.
09.
O8.
08.
08.
O3.
00.
Oc'.
08.
OR.
03.
2
6
0
0
4
2
4
3
9
7
1
9
9
3
9
O
2
Q
7
9
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
338.
'3 '3 o.
000.
000.
339.
340.
340.
338.
339.
339.
339.
330.
330.
339.
330.
000.
335.
336.
337.
336.

Q
1
0
0
0
5
o
9
5
7
9
8
1
6
6
0
7
8
7
7
?02 INTER
   PPM
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 OOOO.O

 OOOO.0
 OOOO.0
 OOOO.0
 OOOO.0
 0000.0

 OOOO.O
 OOOO.0
 OOOO.0
 OOOO.O
 oooo.O

 0000.0
 OOOO.0
 OOOO.O
 OOOO.0
 oooo.o
TEMP
  F
166.7
168.2
OOO. 0
000. 0
167.5

167.9
168.0
167.2
165.6
167.2

166.3
166.9
167.0
1^4. 1
173.6

OOO.O
166.4
165.6
164.7
165.6
S02 OUTLET
    PPM
  0652.2
  O589.9
  0000.0
  OOOO.0
  0621.1

  0616.0
  0676.4
  O516.5
  0506.0
  0578.7

  0562.7
  0688.7
  0777.9
  0011.7
  0735.3

  OOOO.0
  O916.O
  0936.2
  O977.O
  O°43.1
027.

09.6
09.6
OO.O
00.0
O9. 6
TEMP
 F
 176.7
 177.4
 000.0
 000. 0
 177. 1
                                                                                                             GOOD HOUR
                                                                                         09.5   178.6
                                                                                         09.4   177.9
                                                                                          10.4   177.5
                                                                                          10.3   176.8
                                                                                         00.9   177.7  GOOD HOUR
                                                                                          09.7
                                                                                          09.2
                                                                                          09. 1
                                                                                          08.9
                                                                                          09. 2

                                                                                          00.0
                                                                                          O9.3
                                                                                          O9. 3
                                                                                          O9. 1
                                                                                          O9. 2
       177.3
       177.4
       177.7
       200.3
       183.2

       000.0
       182.2
       181.4
       179.7
       131. 1
                                                                                                             GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                             GOOD HOUR

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oe/:?3
OS/ 28
09/28
03/28

08/28
08/28
08/28
03/23

08/28
O8/28
08/28
OS/ 28

O8/28
08/28
08/28
08/28

08/28
08/28
O8/28
08/28

O8/28
08/26
O9/28
OS/ 28

OS/28
08/28
08/28
O8/28

08/28
OS/28
08/28
08/28

04: 06
04«21
04:36
04:51

05:06
05:21
05:36
05:51

06:06
O6:21
06:36
06:51

07:06
07121
O7:36
07:51

08:06
08:21
08:36
08 : 5 1

O9 : 06
09:21
O9:36
00:51

10:06
10:21
10: 32
10:47

11:02
11:17
1 1:32
1 1:47

01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
00
00
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
1 353.0
1396.5
1362.5
1340.5
1363. 1
1212.4
OOOO.O
1135.7
1197.O
1181.7
1226.4
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
1414.3
1320.3
1363. 1
1315.8
1265.0
1246.4
1297.6
1203.7
1191.7
1325.0
1466.0
1296.6
1330.3
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
1330. 3
1257. O
1244.4
1189. O
1061.0
1187.9
1)39.7
1 151 . 7
1238.4
1173.0
1175.7
08.5
08.4
O8.4
09.0
08.6
O9.5
00.0
09.5
09.4
0«.5
09.5
00.0
OO.O
08.4
O9.O
O8.5
08.8
O3.9
09.2
08.9
09.2
09.2
08.3
07.7
08.6
O8.7
OO.O
OO.O
00.0
08.7
09. 4
09.0
09.2
O9.5
O9.3
08.8
08.8
08.3
03. 2
03.5
338.5
338.4
338.7
339.5
338. 3
342. 1
000.0
339.3
338.8
340. 1
338.5
000.0
OOO.O
34O.7
339.6
340.6
34O.7
340.7
340.5
340.6
342.7
346 . 5
348.7
349.5
346. *
35O.4
OOO.O
OOO . O
000.0
350.4
346. 1
344.5
344.5
344.5
344.9
344.8
344. 1
340 . 0
33O. 4
339.8
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
onoo. o
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO . O
164.2
161.6
161. 1
161.7
162.2
162.0
OOO . 0
162.5
163.9
162.8
163.9
000.0
OOO.O
164.6
164.3
165.3
166.6
163.5
162.7
164.5
161.0
163.5
216.2
185.6
181.6
176.2
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
176.2
163.9
172.4
171.1
170.5
169.5
170.9
171.7
168.7
189. 1
175. 1
1002.8
O954.7
096 l.O
0955.6
0968.5
1002.4
0000.0
0847.8
0871.5
0907.2
0909.6
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
1002.0
0955.8
1001.8
10O1.7
1001.7
1001.6
1001.7
1127.3
1 104. 1
1321.3
1371.9
1231.2
1274.8
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
1274.8
0949. O
0874.7
0832.0
0743.5
0849.8
0796.7
O805. 8
0876.3
0826.9
0826. 4
08.8
O9. 1
09.0
09.4
09. 1
09.8
OO.O
09.6
09.6
09.7
09.5
00.0
OO.O
08.6
O9. 1
08.8
O9. 1
08.9
09.3
09. O
O9.3
09.4
08.7
08.4
O9.0
O9.2
00.0
OO.O
00.0
09.2
1O. 1
11.0
09.6
09.9
1O. 1
09.2
no o
w • ^
08.6
08.5
O8. 9
180.5
179.6
179.2
178.7
179.5
178.4
000.0
177.5
178.3
178. 1
177.8
000.0
OOO.O
179.7
178.8
180.2
180.2
180.5
18O.O
180.2
178. 1
181.6
210.5
213.6
196.0
198.5
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
198.5
184.9
188.2
187.5
185.9
186.6
136.6
1 ftA ^
A OO . *5
182.3
193.7
187.4




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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03/23
08/28
OB/ 28
08/28

08/28
08/23
03/28
03/28

08/28
08/28
08/28
08/28

08/28
08/28
08/28
08/28

08/28
08/28
08/28
08/28

08/28
O8/28
08/28
08/23

08/28
03/28
03/28
08/23

08/28
08/23
08/23
08/28

08 / 23
03 / 23
03/23
12:02
12: 17
12: 32
12:47

13:02
13: 17
13:32
13:47

14:02
14i 17
14:32
14:47

15:05
15:20
15:32
15:47

16:02
16: 17
16:32
16:47

17:02
17: 17
17:32
17:56

:l8:ll
18:26
18:44
13:59

19: 13
19:28
19:43
19:53

20: 1 1
20:26
20 : 4 1
Ol
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
00
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
no
1217.7
1 199.0
1 1 9-5 . v
1253.7
1216.4
1241.0
1230.4
1147.0
1122.4
1135.2
0000.0
1086.4
1077.7
1061.7
1075.3
OOOO . 0
1057.0
1132.4
1163.0
1117.5
1183.0
0000.0
1142.4
1337.0
1220.8
0000.0
1298.3
1 307 . 0
0000.0
1302.6
1266. 4
1 123.0
1049.7
0951. 1
1097.6
0982. 4
0961. 1
0937. 1
0393.7
O94 3. 6
0973. 3
1 O23 . 4
OOOO . O
07.7
07.8
O7 . 9
03. 0
O7. 9
OS. 1
08. 1
O8. 5
08.5
03. 3
OO.O
09.3
09.5
O9.4
09. 4
OO.O
08.9
08.2
08.2
O3. 4
03.2
00.0
09.3
07.3
08. 3
00.0
07.6
07.2
00.0
07,4
08.3
08.6
08.6
09. 1
0(3.7
09. 1
09. 3
09. 3
O9 . 3
09 . 3
03 . 6
O8. 3
on . o
335.6
333. O
340.2
342.4
337.3
343 . 2
337.6
335.7
335.5
333 . O
OOO.O
334.7
336.7
336.9
336 . 1
OOO.O
34 1 . 0
339.9
34 3 . 2
341.4
344.9
OOO.O
347.9
346.6
346.5
000.0
346 . 2
347.3
000.0
346.7
344.9
345.0
345.9
335.0
342.7
339.8
340.9
341.4
342.7
341.2
343. 1
34 3 . 6
ooo . o
oooo . o
OOOO . 0
OOOO . O
OOOO. 0
oooo . o
oooo . o
oooo.o
OOOO. 0
0000.0
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OOOO . 0
oooo.o
0000.0
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OOOO . 0
oooo.o
oooo.o
oooo.o
oooo.o
oooo.o
0000.0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
oooo . o
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
oooo.o
oooo . o
OOOO . 0
oooo.o
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
oooo.o
OOOO . 0
oooo.o
OOOO . 0
oooo . o
oooo . o
166. 7
162.4
1 65 . 9
1 65 . 3
165.2
167. 1
162.3
160.6
159.8
162.5
000.0
159.9
160.3
161.9
160.7
OOO.O
162. 1
166.2
163. 1
163.8
164.6
OOO.O
165.6
165.9
165.4
000.0
166.2
166.6
OOO.O
166.4
165.7
165.9
164.9
184.7
170.3
163.3
167.3
166. 9
166. 3
167.2
166.8
1 66 . 6
OOO . O
O89O. 0
O399 . O
0916.4
1006. 1
0927. 9
1 OO6 . 0
0985.0
0945. 1
0916.7
0963.2
OOOO . 0
08O6.7
0843.5
0828.5
0826.2
OOOO.O
O847.5
0485.3
0404.8
0579.2
0370. 1
OOOO.O
0387.6
0401.9
0386.5
0000.0
0859. 1
0916.7
OOOO.O
0877.9
0426.7
0366.0
O249.0
0326.5
0342. 1
0107.7
0230.0
0231. 3
O323.9
0223.2
0452.2
0559. 1
OOOO . O
O8. 2
08. 1
08. 2
08.6
08.3
O8.4
08. 1
O8.7
OS. 6
08.5
OO.O
11.4
09.9
12.9
11.4
00.0
O9.7
08.5
08.9
09. O
08.8
OO.O
09.7
07.8
08.8
00.0
O8.2
08. 1
00.0
08.2
08.4
09.4
09.5
10.0
09.3
11.8
11.7
12.0
13.0
12. 1
O9. 5
14.O
OO.O
188. 1
132.0
134.0
184.5
184.7
184. 1
179.8
177.3
175.5
179.2
000.0
174.7
174.9
175. 1
174.9
000.0
175.9
173.5
179.4
176.3
179.6
000.0
180.4
179.6
179.9
000.0
180.0
179.9
OOO.O
179.8
178.6
178.0
176.2
193. O
181 .4
185.9
180.8
179.2
179.5
181.4
179.4
179.5
OOO . 0




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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0:3/23

08/28
08/28
08/28
08/28

08/28
08/28
08/28
08/23

08/28
03/28
08/23
OS/28

20 : 56

21: 11
21:30
2H45
22 «00

22: 15
22:30
22:45
23«00

23»15
23:3O
23:45
24:00

TIME HEAT INPUT


00:51
01:51
02:51
03:51
04:51
05:51
06:51
07:51
0:3:51
09:51
1O:47
11:47
12:47
13:47
14:47
15:47
16:47
17:56
13:59
19:53
20:56
2 2 : OO
2 3 : 00
24:OO

BTU/HR

12.4E+07
1 1 . 9E+O7
1 1 . 9E+07
1 1 . 6E+07
12.4E+07
12.6E+07
11.6E+07
1 1 . 9E+07
1 1 . 5E+07
OO.OE-02
12.0E+07
11. 1E+07
12.0E+07
12.5E+07
1 1 . 8E+07
1O.4E+07
11.5E+07
12.2E+07
12.2E+07
10.8E+07
10. 4E+07
1 1 . 5E+07
12.0E+07
1 1 . 5E+07

OO
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
00
Ol
Ol
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
22.0E+05
21.3E+O5
20.4E+05
20.0E+O5
20.6E+05
22 . 6E+O5
20.0E+O5
20.2E+05
19.2E+05
00 . OE-O2
21.2E+05
13.4E+05
18.9E+O5
20.3E+05
21.0E+05
17. 1E+05
18.7E+05
18.6E+05
2O.5E+05
19. 1E+05
17. 1E+05
18.9E+O5
18.6E+05
18.6E+05
AVERAGE
OOOO .O OO .
10O1.1 OS.
0000.0 OO.
1125.7 07.
1366.3 08.
1464.3 O9.
1318.8 08.
0000.0 00.
1655.0 08.
1744.2 06.
1826.0 O8.
1741.7 O7.
OOOO.O 00.
1962.2 08.
2021.5 08.
2082.8 08.
2022.2 08.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
28.4E-01
25.5E-O1
3O.4E-01
38.6E-O1
37.7E-01
35.2E-01
37.6E-O1
36.7E-01
35.9E-01
OO.OE-02
34.8E-01
32.4E-O1
31.8E-01
32.0E-01
31.9E-O1
30.5E-O1
32.9E-01
3.28E-02
30.5E-01
27.6E-01
27.4E-01
35.9E-01
44.SE-01
54. 2E-01
34.1E-01
0
5
0
5
6
1
4
0
1
5
4
7
0
3
1
2
2




























000.0
343.4
OOO.O
346.8
347.2
344. 3
346. 1
OOO.O
340.2
339.9
339.9
340.0
OOO.O
340.5
340.3
340.9
340.6
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2

OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
SO2 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
18.7E-01
17.9E-01
21.5E-01
27.5E-01
27.9E-01
27.5E-01
27.5E-01
28.7E-01
35. 1E-01
OO.OE-02
26.9E-01
23.4E-01
25.0E-01
26.4E-01
29.6E-01
16.6E-O1
1O.9E-O1
2.38E-02
10. 1E-01
86.7E-02
18.8E-01
23.8E-01
18.9E-01
20.8E-01
22.4E-01
ooo.
166.
OOO.
164.
164.
165.
164.
000.
163.
162.
163.
163.
000.
237.
251.
260.
249.
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7
O
5
6
0
7
0
4
8
2
1
0
2
5
4
7
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
ooo
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

OOOO.O
0505.7
OOOO . O
O888.2
0825.8
0658.4
O79O.8
OOOO.O
0648.2
064O.2
O669.2
O652.5
0000.0
0698.7
0706.6
0700.4
O701.9
00.
1 1.
00.
09.
09.
09.
O9.
OO.
08.
09.
09.
09.
00.
09.
09.
09.
09.
O OOO.O
8 179.5
0 OOO.O
4 179.0
5 179.6
9 177.9
6 178.8
0 000.0
9 175.0
2 174.8
4 178.3
2 176. O
0 000.0
5 24 1 . 4
4 268.2
3 284.3
4 264.6
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
34.2
29.8
29.5
28.6
25.9
21.9
27.0
21.7
02.3
00.0
22.6
27.7
21. 1
17.8
07.0
45.5
67.0
28.0
67.0
68.6
31.3
33.7
57.7
61.7
34. 'i



























GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

-------
ENTER DATE OF TEST
 7 "Z_SEPT	AUG  29,1980"
                                                       PROGRAM  CELPA
                                                   CELANESE  FGD  SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      AUG   29,1980
ENTER lr:iLE NAME
 ? IN8290
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT829O
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P8290
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
,L oioo
ro
0200
0300
0400
01500
0600
0700
O800
0900
1000
1100
t 200
1 3OO
10140
10510
10140
10510
09590
0848O
09410
1 0330
08970
07420
08630
0*460
031500
OOOOO
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
OOOOO
ooooo
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1400
1500
1600
1700
11300
19OO
2000
210O
2200
230O
2400
DATE
08/29
08/29
08/29
O8/29
08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29
06/29
08/29
08/29
08/29
08970
08630
08630
08630
O863O
08630
08800
0897O
013280
013280
07770
TIME
OO:15
00:30
00:45
Ola 00
01: 15
01:3O
01:45
02::OO
O2: 15
02:30
02:45
03:00
03: 15
03:30
03:45
04:00
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
CO
oo
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET
PPM
OOOO.O
2198.5
2260.3
2321.5
226O. 1
0000.0
2443.2
2509.0
2576.2
2509.5
0000.0
2698.6
2751. 1
28O7.6
2752.4
OOOO.O
291O.O
2960.6
3012.5
296 1 . 0


02V.
OO.O
08.7
08.3
O8.2
08.4
00.0
07.5
09.3
08.9
08.6
00.0
08.9
08.8
08.5
O8.7
00.0
08.3
08.3
07.6
OS. 1
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
000.0
342.6
342.9
342.7
342.7
OOO.O
342.6
341.3
341. 1
341.7
000.0
336.5
336.8
337.8
337.0
000.0
339.6
340. 1
340.9
340.2


SO2 INTER
PPM
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O


TEMP
F
000.0
270.4
273.2
273.7
272.4
000.0
275.1
252.3
207.8
245. 1
OOO.O
171.0
164.6
172.7
169.4
OOO.O
157.6
159. 1
166.7
161. 1


S02 OUTLET
PPM
OOOO.O
0669.3
O685.7
O765. 1
07O6.7
OOOO. 0
0969.6
0892.3
0477 . 1
0779.7
OOOO.O
0283.8
0246.8
0161.2
0230.6
OOOO.O
0410.5
0483.2
0191.8
O 36 1 . 8


02V.
00.0
09.6
O9.6
09.3
09.5
OO.O
08.9
09.9
O9.7
09.5
OO.O
09.7
O9.6
09.2
09.5
00.0
09.2
09.2
08.4
08.9


TEMP
F
000.0
302.4
3O7.2
310.2
306.6
OOO.O
310.0
299.6
259.7
289.8
000.0
207.5
194.5
188. 1
196.7
000.0
187.8
185.3
183.4
185.5


GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
OS/29
           O4:15 00
                            OOOO.0
                                     00.0  OOO.O
                                                       OOOO.O
                                                                  OOO. 0
                                                                               OOOO.O
OO.O  OOO.O

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O8/29
08/2^
Oft/2*

08/29
08/29
08/29
O8/29

OIS/29
08/29
O8/29
O8/29

08/29
08/29
08/29
O8/29

08/39
I O8/29
"-1 O8/29
08/29

08/29
O8/29
08/29
OS/29

08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29

08/29
08/29
O8/29
O8/29

08/29
O8/29
OS/ 2^
04 : 3O
04:45
05 : 00

05: 1!5
05: 30
05:45
06SOO

06: 15
06:30
06:45
07:00

07i 15
07130
07:45
08:00

08: 16
08:31
08:46
09:00

09: 12
09« 27
09:42
09t57

10: 11
10:26
10H41
10:56

11: 13
11 28
11 43
11 53

12 11
12 26
12 41
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
00
00
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
00
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
3121.5
3172.7
3227. 2
3173. 8
0000.0
3348.3
3409.5
3466.0
3407.9
OOOO.O
3563. 1
3604.3
0365.2
2510. o
0921.0
0000. 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO . 0
0^21.0
0000.0
0810.6
0837.2
OOOO.O
0823.9
0000.0
0959.0
0949.6
0984.2
0'?64.3
0899. 1
OOOO. 0
O929.0
1003.4
0943.8
0000.0
0830.6
0839. 9
06:69.2
0846.6
0937.7
0985. 1
1 002. 4
08. 3
08. 1
08.0
OB. 1
00.0
08.5
O8.5
08.4
03. 5
00.0
08.2
08.5
OS. 8
08.5
08.6
00.0
OO.O
OO.O
08.6
00. 0
11.2
10.9
00.0
11.1
00.0
09.7
08.6
08.7
09. O
08.7
OO.O
06.9
06.4
O7. 3
00.0
08.5
OS. 6
08.3
08 . 6
08.3
07. 1
O6. 6
342. 3
344.6
343.8
343. 6
000.0
342.6
342.8
341.9
342.4
000.0
343. 1
343.0
342.4
342.8
343.6
000.0
000.0
OOO . O
343.6
OOO . 0
350.5
352.4
OOO.O
351.5
000.0
348.8
350.0
35O.3
349.7
348.8
000.0
347.9
347.3
348.0
000.0
345.2
342.5
345.9
344.5
339.7
336. 9
342. 2
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
oooo. o
166.6
171.7
179.7
172.7
OOO.O
163.7
168. O
180.6
172.4
000.0
172.4
179.4
171.0
174.3
182.4
OOO. 0
000.0
OOO. 0
182.4
000.0
175.4
175.6
000 . 0
175.5
OOO.O
168.7
175.3
182.2
175.4
185.0
000 . 0
171.4
176.0
177.5
000.0
167.7
161 .9
171.9
167. 2
162.5
162.7
165.3
0260.8
0285.4
0190.4
0245.5
OOOO.O
0228.6
O165.8
0254.9
O216.4
0000.0
0188.0
0248.7
0305. 1
0247.3
0112. 1
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0112. 1
OOOO.O
O160.2
0161.3
0000.0
0160.8
OOOO.O
O094.7
0168.2
0234.3
0165.7
0253.5
OOOO.O
0149.6
0135.0
O179.4
OOOO.O
0072.4
OO39. 2
0035.8
OO49. 1
0073.8
OO44.5
OO6 1 . 1
09. 1
O9. 1
09. 1
09. 1
OO.O
09.4
O9.2
O9. 4
09.3
00.0
09.2
09.2
09.4
09.3
09.3
00.0
OO.O
00.0
09.3
00.0
15.3
15.6
00.0
15.5
00.0
10.8
09.9
10.2
10.3
09. O
00.0
07.9
07.2
08.0
00.0
09.2
09.7
09.6
09.5
08.8
08.4
O7. 3
181.9
183.6
177.5
181.0
OOO.O
183.3
179.8
184.8
182.6
000.0
185.9
185.7
184.0
185.2
179.4
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
179.4
000.0
187.3
188.7
000.0
188.0
000.0
179. 1
184. 1
191.5
184.9
199.3
000.0
188.4
182.8
190.2
000.0
180.6
176.2
177. 6
178. 1
187.9
177.9
173.4



GOOD HOUR




OOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




OOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29

08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29

08/27
08/29
O8/29
06/29

08/29
08/29
09/29
I 08/29
i—1
en
08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29

08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29

08/29
OB/ 29
O8/29
08/29

08/29
08/29
08/29
09/29

12:56

131 11
13:26
13:41
13:56

14:11
14:26
14:41
14=56

15si:i
15=26
15=41
15:56

16: 11
l(-.:26
16=41
16:56


17: 11
17t26
17=41
17:5i>

18s 11
18126
18:41
13:56

19i 11
19:26
19:41
19:56

20: 11
20:26
20:41
20:56

01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE

01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
090O.4
0956.4
0928.4
OOOO.O
0729.8
0793. l
0817. 1
0778.5
0741.8
0770.5
0801. 1
0773.0
0801. 1
0916.4
0901.7
0874.5
0873.4
0909. 1
0985.8
1079.7
1127. 1
1025.4

1151.7
l:i:53.7
1073.7
1212.4
1147.9
1160.4
0913.7
O987. 1
0993.8
1O13.8
1101. 1
1184.4
1013.7
1079. 1
1 O94 . 6
0926.4
0999.0
1023. 1
1035.7
0996. 1
07.9
07.6
08.0
OO.O
09.5
07.9
OS. 5
07.9
08.3
08.5
08. 1
08.2
08.4
06. 9
08. 1
OS. 6
08.0
08.5
07.7
07.9
08. 1
08.0

08.0
08.2
09.4
O6.9
08. 1
07.9
08.3
07.5
07.5
07.8
07. 1
07.0
08.7
08.2
07.8
08.9
08.6
O8.6
OS. 4
08.6
342.6
340.9
341.8
OOO.O
346.8
347.5
345.4
343.4
342.9
341.3
342. 1
342.4
342.0
342.5
340.6
341.4
34 1 . 6
341.8
341.4
341. 1
341. 1
341.4

341.4
342.8
344.4
343.6
343. 1
342.6
333.2
339.4
340.2
340. 1
341.2
342.3
341.3
341.7
341.6
341.7
342.4
342.9
343.3
342.6
OOOO. 0
oooo . o
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000. 0
OOOO . 0
oooo . o
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0

OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000 . O
163.6
163.5
163.9
OOO.O
161.8
164.5
163.4
161.9
163.7
155.7
167.9
162.3
164.6
162.4
170.5
175.4
168.2
165.7
167.0
165.0
163.9
165.4

162.0
163.5
163.2
161. 1
162.5
192.2
164.8
169.6
167.7
173.6
165.5
163.7
161.8
162.3
163.3
161.8
161.2
161. 1
161.6
161.4
0045.6
0056.3
0042.4
OOOO.O
0431.2
0424.0
0315.9
0298. O
0236.2
0169.7
0168.6
0218. 1
0238. 1
0159.2
0180.2
0198.8
O194. 1
0307.9
0134.5
0111. 1
0114.0
0166.9

023O.O
0166.3
O167.3
OO96.2
0165.0
O468.5
0150.3
0110.7
OO94.9
0206. 1
O097.8
0121.0
0094.0
0097.2
0102.5
0091.8
0081.6
0074.2
0112.6
OO90.0
08.9
OS. 4
O9.2
00.0
10.3
08.9
09.5
08.6
09.2
09. 1
09. 1
09.0
09. 1
07.9
09.5
09.5
09.0
O9.4
08.7
08.7
09.2
09. O

O9. 1
09. 1
O9.8
08.4
09. 1
O8.5
08.8
08.5
O8.8
O8.7
08.4
07.7
09.2
09. 1
O8.6
09.5
O9.8
09.7
09.5
09.6
177.4
ISO. 4
176.9
OOO.O
178.3
181.4
178.9
178.8
178.7
176. O
185.0
179.6
183.3
177.2
189.2
183.3
183.3
183.3
180. 1
178. 1
176.8
179.6

177.2
176.6
177.6
174.3
176.4
198.4
194.3
186.3
182.4
190.4
179.3
177.4
176.3
175.5
177. 1
175.3
174.2
173.7
173.9
174.3

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR





GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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en
08/29
08/29
08/29
08/29

08/29
O8/29
08/29
08/29

08/29
O8/29
08/29
08/29

21: 11
21:26
21:41
21:56

22J 11
22126
22:41
22:56

231 11
23«26
23H41
23=56

TIME HEAT INPUT
BTU/HR

OltOO
02! 00
03:00
04100
OSS 00
06> 00
07 : OO
08:00
O9:00
09:57
10:56
11:58
12:56
13:56
14:56
15!56
16:56
17J56
18:56
19:56
20:56
21:56
22 :56
23 :56


12.. 7E+07
13. lE-i-07
12.7E+07
13. lE-t-07
12.0IT+07
10. 6E*07
11 . 8E+07
OO.OE-02
1 1 . 2E+07
92.8E+06
10.8E+07
12. 1E+07
1 1 . OH>07
1 1 . 2E+07
10.8E+07
10.8E+07
10.8E-»-07
10.8E+07
10.&E+07
1 1 . OE+O7
11.2E+07
10.4E+07
10.4E+07
97. 1E+06

01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
2O.8E+05
21.9E+OS
21.4E+05
21.0E+05
19.3E+05
17.5E+05
19.5E+05
OO.OE-02
23. 4E+O5
16.0E+05
16.3E+05
20.2E+05
17.0E+05
18.5E-H05
17.4E+05
17.2E+05
17.2E+05
17.3E+05
16. ''E+05
17. 2E+05
18.7E+05
17.4E+05
13.5E+05
14.5E+05
AVERAGE
1021.1 OS.
1018.4 O8.
0952.4 09.
0939. 1 O8.
0982.8 08.
0965.8 08.
0833. 1 09.
0865.8 09.
0908.4 09.
0893.3 09.
1094.4 07.
11 2O. 4 O7.
1209.7 06.
1221.0 06.
1161.4 07.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
61.6E-01
69.3E-01
77.1E-01
78.6E-01
84.7E-01
93.4E-01
69.0E-O1
OO.OE-02
:28.5E-01
27.6E-01
23.7E-01
23.5E-01
24.3E-01
22.4E-01
20.7E-01
23. 1E-01
27.2E-01
30.6E-01
26.4E-01
26.4E-01
27.6E-01
27.4E-01
26.5E-01
28.7E-01
41.3E-01
4
6
O
8
7
5
8
8
5
4
5
4
8
8
1
343.5
343.4
345.2
345.2
344.3
344.4
343.8
343. 1
343.3
343.7
344.4
344.1
345.8
344.7
344.7
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS


























H/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02

OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
21. 1E-01
23.3E-01
63.9E-02
10.3E-01
70. 9E-02
63.8E-02
72.4E-02
OO.OE-02
10.0E-01
53.3E-02
47.5E-02
14.7E-02
15.3E-02
94. 1E-O2
62.4E-02
33.6E-02
47.8E-02
47.6E-02
•57.3E-02
28.4E-02
27.2E-02
44.9E-02
43.4E-02
74. 1E-02
71.2E-02
161.
162.
164.
162.
162.
164.
163.
163.
164.
163.
163.
164.
163.
166.
164.
S02
2
5
1
0
^i
6
4
5
1
9
2
5
9
O
4
INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























10O
1OO
100
100
100
1OO
100
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
too
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0139.5
0146.2
0140.0
O159. 1
0146.2
0153.5
0125.3
O119.6
O137.5
0134.0
0228.8
0222.6
0309. 1
0329.3
0272.5
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
65.7
66.4
91. 1
86.9
91.6
93.2
89.5
00.0
64.7
8O.7
80.0
93.8
93.8
58. O
69.9
75.9
82.4
84.4
78.3
90.0
90.2
83.6
83.6
74.2
81.2
09.
09.
10.
10.
09.
09.
10.
10.
10.
10.
08.
OS.
O8.
08.
08.




























3 174.6
5 174.9
2 176.2
2 176.9
8 175.7 GOOD HOUR
7 177.1
8 176.8
5 176.2
5 176.0
4 176.5 GOOD HOUR
9 175.7
5 175.6
1 176.4
0 178.3
4 176.5 GOOD HOUR



GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

        GOOD DAY

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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "AUG  30,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      AUO  30,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN8300
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT8300
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P830O
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
0100
0200
03OO
O400
0500
OiOO
O700
O800
0900
1000
1 100
1200
1 300
09320
09490
10010
09490
09320
08630
08800
09840
10180
O9620
0962O
10360
O99«0
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1 4OO
11500
1 600
1700
1 800
1 '"-•CO
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
DATE
l 08/30
£2 08/30
08/30
O8/3O
08/3O
08 /3O
08 /3O
08/30
08/30
08/30
08/30
08/30
OB/ 30
08/30
O8/3O
08/30
1 0550
09440
O'/810
101BO
1 0 1 80
0
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O8/3O
O8/3O
O8/3O

08/30
08/30
08/30
08/30

08/30
O8/3O
08/30
08 /3O

O8/30
08 /3O
08/30
08 /3O

08/30
08/30
08/30
O8/3O

08/30
08/30
08/30
08/30

08/30
08/30
O8/30
08/30

08/30
O8/3O
08/3O
08/30

08/30
08/30
08/30
04*26
04:41
O4:56

05:11
05126
05«41
05:56

06: 11
06«26
06:41
06:56

O7: 11
07:26
07:41
07:56

08: 11
08526
08:41
03:56

09: 11
09:26
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ro
o
08/30

08/30
08/30
08/30
O8/3O

08/30
O8/30
08/30
08/30

O8/30
08/30
08 /3O
08/30

08/30
08/30
08/30
08/30

08/30
O8 / 30

08/3O

08/30
08/30
08/30
08 /3O

08/30
08 /3O
08/30
08/30

08/30
OS/ 30
03 /3O
O3/ 30

1 2 1 59

13: 14
13:29
13:44
13s 59

14= 14
14:29
14:44
14:59

15: 14
15:29
15"44
15:59

16: 14
16:29
16:44
16:59

17: 14
17:29
17:44
17:59

181 14
18:29
13:44
18:59

19: 14
19=29
19:44
19:59

20: 14
20:29
20: 44
20:59

01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
1 34 1 . 0
1293.7
1347.6
1266. 4
1289.0
1259.0
1290.5
1336.3
1472.3
1575.6
1765.6
1537.4
1806.2
1925.5
1860.9
1811.5
1851. 0
1749.6
1533.0
1524.3
1451.6
1 564 . 6
1369.. 0
1341.0
1277.0
1 196.4
1295.9
1135.7
1093.7
1165.0
1O49.O
11 10.9
0951. 1
091 1 . 1
O867. 1
1193.0
0980 . 6
1263.6
1449.0
1583.0
1615.6
1477.3
07.4
O7. 8
06.9
07.4
06.9
O7.7
07.2
08.6
08.6
08.8
08.0
08.5
08.3
07.9
08.2
08.5
OS . 2
08.3
08. 1
06.9
06.5
07.5
O6.9
06.9
07. 1
07.4
07. 1
07.4
08. 1
07. 1
07.5
07.5
07.7
O7.8
08. 1
07.4
07.8
OS. 2
07.2
06.8
07 . 0
07. 3
337. 9
230.0
337.3
33°. 7
338.6
337.6
338. 3
337. 1
336.3
337. 1
338. O
337.3
340.2
338.6
336.9
336.4
338.0
338.7
342.3
344.5
344. 3
342.5
343.4
345.5
344.8
343. 1
344.2
342.8
336.4
337.0
333.3
333.6
338.3
341.0
342.0
342.9
341.0
343.2
343.2
341.9
343.5
342.9
OOOO . 0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
onoo . o
0000.0
OOOO.O
oooo. o
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
160. 1
155.8
159. O
158.6
161.0
160. 1
159.7
159.9
160.0
161. 1
161.2
160.6
161.6
161.6
158.8
157.7
159.9
159.7
164.7
184.3
163.9
168. 1
161.8
161.1
158.9
157.0
150.7
162.6
167.6
159.5
166.6
164. 1
154.3
154.9
156.9
155.8
155.5
155.8
157. 2
154.3
154.9
155.6
0332. 1
0341.9
0401.4
0334.7
0321.3
0327.8
0346.4
0341.4
0399.2
O446.4
0533.8
0430.2
0550.4
0682.2
0678.2
0656.8
0641.9
0607.6
0547.5
047O.4
0441.4
0516.7
0379.7
O325. 3
0279.6
0258.8
0310.9
0225.7
0409. 1
0290.3
0251.0
0294.0
O143.2
0142.0
0208.2
0276.4
0192.5
0286. 1
0358.8
0408.8
O520.0
0393.4
O7.8
OS. 2
07.1
08.0
07. 1
07.7
07.5
08.7
08.9
08.8
08.3
08.7
08.4
O8. 1
08.3
08.5
08.3
08.4
08.5
07.6
07.2
O7.9
07.8
OS. 5
08. 1
08.4
08.2
O8.9
08.6
07.8
O8.O
08.3
08.4
08.3
08.9
08.0
08.4
08.7
07.8
07.6
07.4
07.9
171.4
170.0
172.8
172.7
173.5
174. 1
173.3
174.2
173.9
173.2
174.9
174. 1
174.3
175.6
174.9
173.9
174.7
174.5
181.4
178.8
178.3
178.3
176.8
176. 2
174.7
174. 1
175.5
174.3
193.0
181.5
181.0
182.5
175.5
174.9
176.3
175.8
175.6
174.8
173.9
171.9
172.6
173i 3

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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08/30
08/30
08/30

08/30
08/30
08/30
08 /3O

08/30
08/30
08 /3O
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TIME HEAT
21: 14
21:29
21:44
21:59

22: 14
22:29
22:44
22:59

23: 14
23» 29
23:44
23:59

INPUT
BTU/HR

00:56
f, Ol:56
' 028 56
H-« O3: 56
04:56
O5I56
O6:56
O7: 56
08256
09:59
10:59
11:59
12:59
13:59
14:59
15:59
16:59
17"59
18:59
19:59
2OI59
21:59
22:59
23:59


11.
11.
00.
11.
11.
10.
00.
00.
oo.
00.
12.
12.
12.
13.
11.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
13.
13..
13.


7E+07
9E+07
OE-02
9E+07
7E+07
8E+07
OE-02
OE-O2
OE-02
OE-02
OE+07
9E+07
5E+07
2E+07
8E+07
3E+07
7E+07
7E+07
5E+07
5E+07
7E-»-07
4E-I-07
4E+07
2E+07

01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
17. 1E+05
18.0E+05
O0.8E-02
19.7E+05
19.3E+05
18.8E+05
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
19.4E+05
I". 8E+05
19.6E+05
19.8E+05
19.5E+05
19.9E+05
19.4E+05
18.9E+05
19.2E+05
19.5E+05
19.2E+05
19.5E+05
19.6E+05
19.8E+O5
AVERAGE
1651.6 06.
1609.6 06.
1651.6 06.
16O9.6 06.
1630.6 06.
1594.3 06.
1635.6 06.
1571.6 07.
1546.3 06.
1586.9 06.
1547.6 07.
1539.6 O7.
1446.3 07.
1446.9 07.
1495. 1 07.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
30.3E-O1
2S.5E-01
00. OE-02
28.0E-01
29.0E-01
34.3E-O1
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
29.7E-01
34.2E-01
33.6E-01
32.2E-01
42.2E-01
49.8E-01
39.6E-01
31.9E-01
28.3E-01
25.4E-O1
37.OE-01
39.4E-01
38.5E-01
37.2E-01
34.2E-01
8
8
9
7
8
8
6
1
9
9
2
3
2
1
2




























343.4
346.7
346.7
346.8
345.9
344.7
343.4
345.7
345.2
344.7
344. 1
343.9
346. 1
345.9
345.0
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02

0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
M/MMBTU
25.8E-02
27.4E-02
00. OE-02
68. 1E-02
62.3E-02
71.2E-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
66. OE-02
86.8E-02
91.5E-02
87.9E-02
12.0E-01
17.4E-01
13.6E-01
83.4E-02
79.7E-02
52.5E-02
10.3E-01
15.4E-01
16.OE-01
12.0E-01
93. 1E-02
153.9
161.4
162.5
163. 1
160.2
161.6
161.0
161.7
161.9
161.6
162.3
160.6
162.9
162.6
162. 1
SO2 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
1OO
1OO
OOO
100
100
100
000
000
000
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0552.3
0637.3
0653. 3
0577.0
0605.0
0622.6
0643.5
O623.9
062O.2
0627.6
0569.3
O476.0
0412.5
0393. 1
0462.7
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
91.5
90.4
00.0
75.7
78.5
79.2
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
77.8
74.6
72.8
72.7
71.6
65.0
65.8
73.9
71.8
79.4
72.2
60.9
58.4
67.7
73.7
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.




























7 173. 1
4 176.4
5 176.2
5 175.4
5 175.3 GOOD HOUR
4 175.2
4 174.8
7 176.1
7 175.0
6 175.3 GOOD HOUR
8 174.8
9 173.9
7 175.3
7 175.6
8 174.9 GOOD HOUR



GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD DAY

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ENTER DATI-: OF TEST
 ? "AUG  31.198O"
                                                       PROGRAM CELDA
                                                    CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                       AUG  31,19SO
ENTITR FILE NAME
 •> IN8310
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT6310
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P8310
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ~> 123OO
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
1
IN3 O 1 QO
ro
0200
0300
0400
0500
0600
0700
0800
0900
1000
1 100
1200
\ 3OO
1O36O
1 0360
10550
10180
07590
06480
06480
1 0360
1O310
10130
09210
08IJ40
O921O
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
HO
HO
HO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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ro
to
 1400

 1500

 1600

 1700

 1800

 1900

 200O

 21OO

 22OO

 2300

 2400

 DATE

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
013/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31
O976O
09940
1031O
09940
09760
1O130
10500
10500
10130
09580
09760
TIME
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET 027.
PPM
00:14
00129
00144
00:59

01: 14
OH29
01:44
OH59

02: 14
02129
02:44
O2K59

03: 14
O3:29
03=44
03:59

01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
oo
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
0:1
01
01
01
AVERAGE
1357.
1307.
1285.
1195.
1286...
1096.
1203.
0000.
1384.
1227.
1473.
1500.
154O.
147O.
1496.
1509.
1533.
1549.
1545.
1534.
0
7
0
7
4
4
0
0
3
9
6
3
3
3
1
0
O
6
6
3
07.
07.
08.
08.
07.
08.
08.
OO.
07.
08.
06.
06.
06.
07.
06.
07.
07.
07.
07.
07.
4
6
0
5
9
9
0
0
0
0
5
1
3
0
5
O
2
2
3
2
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
345.
345.
345.
345.
345.
347.
347.
000.
346.
347.
347.
346.
339.
340.
343.
339.
341.
342.
343.
34 1 .

8
9
1
O
5
8
7
0
1
2
3
4
4
3
4
1
3
5
9
7
           04:14 01
                            1550.3
                                     07.O  344.2
S02 INTER
   PPM
 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 0000.0

 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 0000.0
 OOOO.0
 OOOO.O

 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0

 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 OOOO.O

 0000.0
                                                                 TEMP
                                                                   F
                                                                 162.9
                                                                 163.
                                                                 163.
                                                                 161.
   .3
    1
   .9
162.8

162.8
159.5
000. O
162.0
161.4

162.6
184.5
165.7
163.0
169.0

152.4
150.8
154.9
156.4
153.6

158.4
S02 OUTLET
PPM
O389.0
0353.4
0348.0
0298.9
0347.3
0280.8
0290.4
0000.0
0367.2
0312.8
0422.3
0873.0
0540.9
0475.6
0578.0
0421.7
0382.0
0429.8
0473.7
0426.8
0558.9
02'/.

O8. 1
08.2
08.6
09. 1
08.5
09.6
09.2
00. O
07.9
08.9
07.1
07.1
07.0
07.9
07.3
07.9
08.4
08.2
08. 1
08.2
08.2
TEMP
F
175.0
175.4
175.6
174.9
175.2
177. 1
174.4
000.0
175.5
175.7
175.4
194.7
182.4
177.4
182.5
172.7
171.8
172. 1
172.8
172.3
173.8






GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR


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3=>
ro
08/31      04:29  01
08/31      04:44  Ol
08/31      04:59  01
                   AVERAGE

08/31      05:14  01
08/31      05:29  01
08/31      05:44  Ol
08/31      05s59  01
                   AVERAGE

08/31      06«14  01
08/31      O6I29  01
O8/31      06144  01
08/31      06:59  Ol
                   AVERAGE

08/31      07:14  01
08/31      07s29  01
08/31      07:44  01
08/31      07:59  01
                   AVERAGE

08/31      08:14  Ol
08/31      08:29  01
08/31      08:44  Ol
08/31      08:59  Ol
                   AVERAGE

08/31      09:14  OO
08/31      09:29  00
08/31      09:44  OO
O8/31      09359  OO
                   AVERAGE

08/31      10:14  00
08/31      10:29  00
08/31      10:44  00
08/31      10:59  00
                   AVERAGE

08/31      1l:12  01
08/31      11:27  01
03/31      11:42  01
08/31      11=57  01
                   AVERAGE

08/31      12:12  Ol
08/31      12:27  Ol
08/31      12:42  Ol
1533.0
1559.6
1475.0
1529.5
1453.6
1451.0
1285.7
1 191.7
1345.5
1179. O
1199.7
1231 .0
1321.6
1232.8
1397.0
1339.0
1423.6
1339.6
1374.6
1387.6
1352.3
1259.0
1241.7
1310. 1
0000.0
0000.0
0000. 0
0000.0
0000. 0
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
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oooo.o
1 145.0
1173.0
1397.7
1374.3
1272.5
1271.7
1 33C>.6
1333.0
07.3
O7.6
07.8
07.4
07.8
07.6
08.7
09.5
08.4
08.7
07.9
08. 1
07.5
08. 1
07. 1
07.2
07.3
07.5
07.3
07.6
07.7
07.8
08. 1
07.8
00.0
OO . 0
00.0
00.0
00 . 0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00. 0
00 . 0
09.9
09.3
06.2
06.5
OB. 0
08.4
07.7
07.4
344.0
345. 1
345.2
344.6
345.8
345.5
347.6
348.2
346.8
346.8
345.9
344.9
346.0
345.9
347.3
346.7
348.0
347.2
347.3
346.8
346.6
346.0
345.7
346.3
000.0
OOO.O
OOO . 0
000.0
000 . 0
000.0
000. 0
000.0
OOO.O
000. 0
342.6
336. 1
337.7
335. 1
3.37.9
335.0
337.7
338. 5
0000. 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO. O
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OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
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OOOO. O
OOOO . 0
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157.6
156.5
158.4
157. 7
158.1
157.7
156.3
159.7
158.0
158.5
160.9
162.0
161.4
160.7
161.8
163.3
162.5
162.4
162.5
162. 1
199. 1
176.8
160.6
174.7
000.0
OOO . O
OOO. 0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO. 0
184.8
150.4
151.6
146.0
1 60 . 4
146.3
147.8
149.2
0523.2
0563. 1
0513.7
0540.2
0466.2
O452.6
0392.8
0390.4
0430.5
0340.8
0391.8
0393.5
O395.6
0380.4
0439.4
0450.3
0510.7
0466.5
0466.7
0424.6
0439.5
0678.8
O398.6
0485.4
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
0490.2
O346.O
0238.5
0186.5
0315.3
O185.2
O192.4
O2O6.3
08.2
08.3
08.8
08.4
08.7
08.8
10.0
10. 1
09.4
09.8
08.3
08.6
08.5
08.8
08.0
08.0
07.4
07.9
O7.8
O8. 1
07.8
08. 1
08.2
08. 1
00.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
10.9
10.2
07.8
08. 1
09. 3
09.7
09.2
08.8
173.2
173. 1
173.4
173. 4
173.4
172.8
173.5
175. 1
173.7
174.2
176. 1
176.6
177.1
176.0
176.8
177.0
177.5
176.7
177. O
175.6
181.0
185.4
185.9
182.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000. 0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
195.4
186.0
173.6
166.2
180. 3
167.4
168.0
167. 1



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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i
ro
en
08/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

O8/3:l
08/31
08/31
08/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
013/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

12357

13:12
13S27
13:42
13:57

14: 12
14«27
14:42
14:57

15: 12
15:27
15:42
15:57

16: 12
16:27
16:42
16:57

171 12
17:27
17:42
17:57

18: 12
18: 27
18:42
18:57

19B 12
19:: 27
19:42
19:57

20: 12
20:27
20:42
20:57

01
AVERAGE
Ol
Ol
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
1357.O
1325.3
1365.0
1304.3
1379.7
1391..0
1360.0
1369.0
1397.0
1475.0
1535.0
1444.0
1569.0
1539.0
1552.3
1498.3
1539.7
1569.6
1409.6
1381.0
1451.6
1452.9
1305.0
1272.3
1083.7
0917. 1
1144.5
0862.5
0873. 1
0875.8
0867.8
0869.8
0877.8
0855.8
0881. 1
0913.7
0882. 1
0929. 1
0925.8
0921.8
0<329.. 8
0^26.6
07.2
07.7
07.2
07.7
06.6
06.6
07.0
06.6
06.6
06.5
06.2
06.5
05.9
06.3
06.3
06. 1
06.2
06.0
07. 1
07.0
06.0
06.5
07. 1
06.6
06. 1
06.4
06.6
06.4
06.0
05.9
05.4
05.9
05.2
05.4
05.7
05.5
05.15
05.4
05.5
06.4
06.6
06 . 0
338.8
337.5
339.3
344. 1
343. O
341.3
341.9
340.7
340.8
341.3
341.4
341.0
341.8
340.4
049.5
343. 1
268.7
344. 1
345.3
345.5
345.7
345.2
350.0
348.0
347.7
394.4
360.0
346.0
345.2
345.0
345.7
345.5
350.7
350.5
343.9
345.8
347.7
347.8
347.3
35O.4
:35O. 1
348.9
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO .
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO .
OOOO.
OOOO .
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO .
OOOO.
O
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
0
0
0
0
0
o
o
ISO. 5
148.5
150.5
152.0
151.9
152.7
151.8
152.5
152.9
154.7
153.5
153.4
154.2
154. 1
156.2
155.6
155.0
168.9
159.1
169.7
156.8
163.6
156.7
155.8
157.0
157.6
156.8
157.9
159.2
159.6
160.8
159.4
172.5
190.6
173.7
168.4
176.3
165.9
163.8
163.8
163. 2
164.2
0224.7
0202.2
O232.0
0355. 1
0263.9
O286.9
0284.5
0268.8
0258.3
0270.9
0319.0
0279.3
0352.2
0367.4
O400.6
0387.3
O376.9
0668.7
0458.7
0530.2
0381.5
0509.8
0357.2
0291.3
0261. 1
0246.9
0289. 1
0243.7
0226.4
0222.8
0212.8
0226.4
0211.9
0395.8
0367.8
0273.4
0312.2
0239.3
0201.8
0204.4
0200.5
0211.5
O8.6
09. 1
08.6
O9. 1
08.3
07.9
08.5
08.0
08.0
08. 1
07.8
08.0
07.5
07.8
07.9
07.8
07.8
07.9
08.7
08.6
07.6
08.2
08.6
08.5
07.4
O8.3
08.2
08.5
03.0
07.7
07.5
07.9
07. 1
07.3
07.7
07.8
07.5
07.7
08.0
08.7
O8.3
O8. 2
168.2
167.7
168.8
170.3
169.8
169.3
169.6
169.2
169.8
171. 1
170.7
17O.2
17O.4
170.6
172.5
172.6
171.5
178.6
178.6
182.9
174.8
178.7
174.7
173.4
173.5
174.2
174.0
174.9
174.4
175.6
176.4
175.3
181.5
201.9
198.5
188. 1
192.5
184.5
181.3
180.5
179.5
181. 4
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD  HOUR
                                                                                                           GOOD  HOUR

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08/31
08/31
OS/ 31
08/31

OB/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

08/31
08/31
08/31
08/31

2.1= 12
21:27
21 = 42
21:57

22: 12
22:27
22: 42
22=57

23: 12
23:27
23:42
23:57

TIME HEAT INPUT


00:59
O l : 59
02:59
03:59
O4:59
05: 59
O6: 59
07:59
O8:59
09:59
10:59
1 1 : 57
12:57
13:57
14:57
15:57
16:57
17:57
18:57
19:57
20:57
21:57
22:57
23:57

BTIJ/HR

12.9E+07
12.9E+07
13.2E+07
12.7E+07
94.9E+06
81 . OE+06
31 .OE-i-06
12.9E+07
12.9E+07
00. OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
1 1. IE-i-07
1 1 . 5E+07
12.2E+07
12.4E+07
12.9E+07
12. 4E+07
12.2E+07
12. 7E+O7
13. 1E+07
13. 1E+07
12.7E+07
12.0E+07
12. 2E-I-0?

01
Ol
Ol
01
AVFRAOE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
20.4E+O5
20. 6E+O5
lS.SE-t-05
19.0E+05
14.5E+O5
13. 3E-I-05
12.9E+05
19.5E+O5
20. 2E+05
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
17.5E+05
17.9E+0:5
18.0E+05
17.7E+05
1 7 . 9E+05
17. 7E+05
17.4E+05
17. 4E+05
17.4E+05
lS.OE-t-05
18.4E+O5
18. 2E+05
16.. SE+Of.
AVERAGE
0933.8 07.
O947. 1 O6.
0^53.1 05.
O845.8 O7.
09;;-o.o oh.
0936.4 06.
0809. 1 08.
0801.1 08.
O87S.4 06..
O856.3 07.
0837. 1 O6.
0853.8 05.
0877.8 O5.
O85". i 05.
01357.0 06.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
tt/MMBTU
33.6E-01
32.3E-01
35.3E-01
38. 1E-01
38.7E-01
36. 7E-O1
32.7E-01
34.4E-01
34. 1E-O1
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
33.5E-01
34. 1E-OI
33.4E-01
34. 1E-01
35.6E-01
34.4E-01
27.2E-01
19.I3E-01
19.5E-01
21.. 2E-01
22.. li'E-Ol
21. 6E-01
1 9 . 6E-O 1
30. AE-01
0
6
ft
8
8
5
2
4
6
4
8
8
6
8
0
350.8
347. 3
346.8
349. 3
348.5
346.2
345.6
346.4
346.0
346. 1
345. 7
344.4
346.4
345.5
345. 5
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS


























#/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO.OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.. OE-02

OOOO. 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO. 0
oooo.o
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO. 0
OOOO. 0
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
95.4E-02
83.8E-02
14.5E-01
11.4E-01
14.7E-01
12. 8E-01
1O.7E-01
12.2E-01
12.9E-01
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
92. 2E-O2
58.2E-02
73. OE-02
73.6E-02
97.6E-O2
13.7E-01
77.6E-02
59.5E-02
79.2E-02
56.6E-02
44.5E-02
32.7E-02
34. 7E-O2
90. 7E-OI-
131.
161.
16O.
156.
165.
157.
156.
155.
155.
156.
157.
153.
156.
154.
155.
S02
7
O
9
4
O
0
6
8
5
2
O
8
2
1
3
INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























100
100
100
100
1OO
100
100
100
100
ooo
000
100
too
100
100
100
100
100
too
100
100
100
100
100

0198.7
0184.7
0153.6
O103. 9
0161.5
0119.6
01O5. 1
0099.5
01 19.2
O110. 9
0105.8
0106.9
0113.0
0168.5
0123.6
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
71.6
72.5
59. 1
70. 1
62.0
65. 2
67.2
64.6
62.2
OO.O
00.0
72.5
82.9
76.6
78.4
72.5
60.3
71.5
70.0
59.3
73.2
80. O
84.9
82.3
70.9
08
OS
07
O9
08
08
10
10
08
O9
09
08
03
08
O3




























.5 178.7
.3 176.5
.8 176.2
.6 172.8
.6 176.1 GOOD HOUR
.1 173.0
.4 172.4
.3 172.9
.6 172.4
.4 172.7 GOOD HOUR
.3 173.5
.8 171.3
.5 172.1
.5 171.5
.8 172. 1 GOOD HOUR



GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
rinnn nni IR
^J'_ll_IU nUUFA
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD

-------
ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT  1,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FOD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT  1,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9010
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9010
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9010
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
0100
0200
0300
0400
0500
OfeOO
0700
08OO
O900
1000
1100
1200
1300
015840
08650
08100
OIS29O
08100
08840
09020
O7920
11050
10630
11050
10210
09380
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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oo
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
19OO
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
HATE

09/01
09/01
09/01
O9/01

09/01
00/01
09 /Ol
OO/Ol

0'>/01
09/O1
OO/Ol
00/01

09/01
00/01
09/01
oo/oi

10840
1000O
O9790
10630
10420
0938O
10000
1084O
11250
112SO
10630
TIME

00! 12
00:27
00:42
00:57

OH 12
01:27
01:42
01 :57

02: 12
02:27
02:42
02:57

03: 12
03: 27
03"42
03557

OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO

01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BB1
S02 INLE-
PPM
0895. 1
0927.7
0914.4
0944.4
092O.4
0947. 1
0988.4
0976.4
1013.7
0081.4
O993. 1
1 006 . 4
0986. 4
090^. g
000-5. 4
1 O2 I . 7
0919. 1
0831 . 8
0750.8
OBH3. 1
r
r 027.

O5. 9
06.1
06.2
06. 3
06. 1
06.4
06.6
06.6
06.7
O6. 6
06.7
06.6
06 . 7
05.6
0 6 . 4
05 . :3
06 . 4
O7 . 3
O7. 6
<~>6 . 8
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
346.2
346. 1
344. 1
347.7
346.0
348.3
347.7
345.2
346.8
347.0
346. 1
345. 8
345.5
346. 0
345. 9
339.9
339. 1
340.4
340. 3
33*. o
S02 INTER
PPM
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
OOOO . 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO. 0
OOOO. 0
oooo. 0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO . O
OOOO. O
OOOO . 0
TEMP
F
155.3
156.7
156. 1
155.2
155.8
157.9
154.7
156.8
158. 1
156. •=>
157.3
156.9
164. 1
181 .6
165.0
162.0
158.0
169.6
156. 3
161.5
S02 OUTLET
PPM
0130.7
0145.0
0147.8
O 1 49 . 0
0143. 1
0171.9
0473.2
0308.4
O3OO.5
0313.5
0280. 1
0254.5
0258. 1
0390.3
0205.3
0351 . 0
0320.5
03 1 7 . 6
0255.9
O 3 1 1 . 3
02V.

08.3
O8. 1
O8. 1
08.6
08.3
08.2
08.0
07.8
O8. 1
08. 0
07.9
07.7
03.0
07.8
07.9
07.7
08.6
09.4
10.1
09. 0
TEMP
F
173.3
174.2
172.8
173.0
173.3
174.9
177.4
177.4
178. 1
176.9
176.5
176.2
179.6
19A.6
182.2
187.2
170.7
184.0
179. l
182.5






GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR
      no/oi
                  04:12 01
                                   0761.1
                                             07.7  341.3
                                                                OOOO.O
                                                                                        O215.O
                                                                                                   1O.1   177.4

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09/O1
09/01
09/01

09/01
09/01
09/01
O9/O1

09/01
09/O1
09/01
O9/01

09/01
09/O1
O9/01
09/01

09/01
09/01
09/01
09/01

09/01
09/01
09/01
O9/01

09/O1
09/01
09/01
09/01

09/01
09/01
09/01
09/O1

09/01
09/01
09/01
04:27
04*42
04«57

05:12
0!5t27
O5t42
05:57

06: 12
06«27
06:42
06157

07i 12
07S27
07:42
07S57

08: 12
08S27
08:42
08:57

09512
09:27
09:42
09B51

10:06
10:21
10:36
10:51

11:06
11:21
1 1 1 3(i
11 J51

:12!06
12:21
12:36
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
00
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01
00
01
01
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01
01
01
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01
01
01
O620.5
0591.2
0628.5
0650. 3
0627.8
0702.5
0757 . 8
0763.8
0713.0
0789.8
0771.8
0771.8
0777.8
0777.8
0763. 1
0838.5
1027.7
1018.4
0911.9
1070.4
1151.0
1151.0
1072.4
1111.2
0876.4
0000.0
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0493.8
O685. 1
1027.7
0000.0
1009.7
1141.7
1059.7
1192.4
1117.0
1190.4
1259.0
1189.7
1177..0
1141.0
1 1 33.0
O7.8
07.9
08. 1
07.9
07.7
09.5
09.3
09.2
08.9
09.3
09.4
09.5
09.6
09.5
09.7
09.8
09.8
09.9
09.8
10.0
09.7
06.3
05.7
07.9
08.9
00.0
00.0
18.7
13.8
08.0
00.0
08.0
08.0
08.0
08. 1
09.0
08.8
O8. 1
08.5
08.2
09. 1
09.6
340.8
336.6
336.7
338.9
339.3
338.6
338.6
338.7
338.8
336.9
338. 1
339.2
338.6
338.2
338. 1
342.6
342.4
343.4
341.6
342.2
341.5
339.2
341.9
341.2
337.7
000.0
000.0
339.2
338.4
338.9
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335.9
335.8
336.9
330.3
329.6
331.3
326.9
329.5
012.0
330.4
328.4
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155.0
153.0
156. 1
155.0
156.9
154.7
153.4
153.6
154.7
151.0
155.8
152.8
153.6
153.3
152.2
155.9
162.3
156.6
156.8
154.9
155.4
155.7
152.0
154.5
153.6
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153.5
152.3
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156.4
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153.6
152.9
152.9
139.9
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147.2
147. 1
143.9
0186.8
0159.4
0188.2
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0196.2
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O216.7
O217.4
0209.4
0227.7
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0252. 4
0246.5
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O240.3
0360. 0
0499.4
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0385. 2
0390.6
0352.5
0342.9
0384.8
0367.7
0368.6
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0855.2
0611.9
0415.0
0000.0
O394.8
O430.7
0413.5
0874.6
0875. 1
0875.6
0876.0
0875.3
0453.8
0422.2
0394.6
11.3
12.4
11.9
11.4
12.5
11.7
11.6
11.7
11.9
11.6
11.9
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.9
10.4
O9. 1
09.6
10.3
08.7
08. 1
07.8
07.4
08.0
10.2
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00.0
09.2
09.7
08.4
00.0
08.3
08.4
08.4
08.9
09.4
09.3
08.8
09. 1
09.7
09. 7
10. 1
177. 1
174.3
176.8
176.4
177.6
175.2
174.2
173.8
175.2
172.3
172.7
173. 0
172. 1
172.5
170.6
178.4
190.2
178.0
179.3
176.3
175.2
173.5
172.7
174.4
172.8
000.0
000.0
173.5
173.2
171.5
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168.6
167.5
169.2
177. 6
180.0
174.8
165.2
174.4
171.9
168.3
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09/01
09/O1

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09/O1
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09/01
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09/01
09/01
09/01
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09/01
09/01
09/01
09/01

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09/01
09/01

09/01
09/01
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09/01
09/01
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13:06
13:21
13:36
13:51

14106
14»21
14i 3k
14151

15«06
15321
15:36
15:31

16306
16t21
16:36
16151

17:06
17:21
17S36
17:51

18:06
18:21
18:36
18151

19C06
19t21
19:36
19:51

20«0l':.
20«21
20:36
20:51

01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
1179.7
1157.7
1277.0
1218.4
1291.0
1356.3
1285.7
1293.6
1158.4
1 24 1 . 0
1164.4
1214.3
1276.3
1218.4
1301.7
1333.6
1282.5
1348.3
1253.0
1351.0
1374.3
1331.7
1331.0
1246.4
1124.4
1137.0
1209.7
1 135.0
1056.4
0989.7
0971. 1
1038. 1
1143.0
1017.0
1109.0
1283.7
113(3.2
0967.8
1202.4
1060.4
1269.0
1124.9
O8. 7
08. 9
07.8
07.7
07. 1
06. 8
07.4
07.6
O7.8
08.3
09. 1
08.2
08.2
08.4
08.0
07.8
08. 1
08.0
07.8
O7.0
07.2
07.5
07.6
07.6
08.8
08.5
08. 1
08.6
09.2
09.9
09.8
09.4
08.4
09.2
08.4
O6.9
08.2
10.1
08. 1
10. 1
07.4
08.9
336 . 6
25 1 . 9
337.3
336.2
335.8
335.7
336.3
335.8
337.2
335.4
335.2
335.9
333.3
334 . 8
462.2
335.8
367.0
335.3
336.2
336. 1
336. 1
335.9
335.4
337.4
337.4
338. 1
337. 1
339.9
341.5
341.5
341.7
341.2
335.8
337.6
337.0
339.9
337.6
337.0
339.2
339.6
340.2
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0000.0
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150.6
147.2
149. 4
15O. 3
150.0
148.0
149.4
149.9
150.9
150.6
150. 1
150.4
147.8
150.9
150. 1
150.4
149.8
149.8
149.5
148.4
148.9
149.2
131.0
154.3
152.9
167.9
156.5
158. O
165.9
160.8
181.6
166.6
172.0
158.2
167. 1
166.8
166.0
162.9
208.4
170.7
164.5
176.6
0482.9
0438.4
0608.7
0605.4
0583.0
0461.2
0564.6
0392.4
0347.3
0364.4
0318.3
0355.6
0391.0
O398.4
0434.6
0418. 1
0410.5
0395.4
0381.2
0427.4
0562.9
0441.7
0526.3
0574.2
0924.8
0618.0
0660.9
0653.0
0395. 0
0348.2
0573.6
0492.5
O641.6
0621.0
0781.8
1021.2
0766.4
0692.6
1024.5
0489.4
0368. 4
0643.7
O9. 7
0Q. 8
08.8
08.8
08. 1
07.9
03. 4
08.7
09. 1
09.3
10. 1
09.3
O9.3
09.3
09.0
08.9
09. 1
08.8
08.7
O7.9
07.9
08.3
08.6
08.7
08.9
O9.2
08.9
09.3
09.6
10.8
10.0
09.9
08.3
09.3
08.4
08.0
08.5
11.2
O8.7
09.7
O7.5
O9. 3
170.7
169. 1
170.5
170.3
169.0
168.7
169.6
168. 1
168.9
168. 1
169.4
168.6
167.2
168.7
168.7
168.2
168.2
168.6
167.5
167.4
168.0
167.9
168.0
171.2
172. 1
177.7
172.2
178.5
173.8
176.4
185.7
178.6
196. 1
179.4
180.4
183.7
184.9
178.7
194.8
193.4
182.0
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09/01 21:21 Ol
09/01 2H36 01
09/O1 2H51 Ol
AVERAGE
09/O1 22106 01
09/01 22t21 01
09/O1 22:36 01
O9/01 22:51 Ol
AVERAGE
09/01 23S06 01
09/01 23:21 01
09/01 23:36 01
09/01 23«51 01

TIME


00:57
01 157
02:57
O3:57
04:57
05«57
06:57
O7:57
08:57
09:51
10:51
11:51
12:51
13:51
14:51
15:51
16:51
17:51
18:51
19:51
20:51
21:51
22:51
23:51


HEAT INPUT
BTU/HR

11.:IE*07
10.8E+07
10. 1E+07
10.4E+07
10. 1E+07
11. 1E+07
1 1 . 3E+07
09.0E+06
13.8E+07
13.3E+07
13.I5E+07
12.8E+07
1 1 . 7E+07
13.6E+07
12.5E+07
12.21-^-07
13.3E+07
13.0E-K>7
1 1 . 7E+07
12.5ir+07
13.6E+07
14.1E+07
14. lE-i-07
13.3E+07

AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
1!5.3E-K>5
15.5E+05
14.3E+05
15. IE+05
16.0E-1-05
18.9E+05
20.2E+05
18.3E+05
21.8E+05
38.4E+05
22.0E+05
21. 1E+05
20. 1E+05
20. 5E +05
20.2E+05
19.6E+05
20.4E+05
20.9E+O5
20.9E+05
20.2E+05
23.2E+05
20.6E+05
22.3E+05
22.6E+05
AVEKAGE
1279. O O7.
1313.7 O7.
1338.3 07.
1315.7 O5.
1311.7 O6.
1291.0 07.
1205.7 08.
1191.7 O8.
1199.0 08.
1221.8 08.
1269.0 O7.
1065. 1 09.
1081.1 09.
1O10.4 09.
1106.4 O8.
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EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
21.2E-01
23.3E-01
23.4E-01
21.3E-01
17.0E-01
20.3E-O1
23. 1E-01
28.0E-01
29.2E-01
32.9E-01
28.0E-01
32.7E-01
32.9E-01
32.3E-01
32.6E-01
34. 1E-01
33.9E-01
32.3E-01
30.7E-01
30.6E-01
32.0E-01
31.9E-01
32.2E-01
31.2E-01
28.6E-01
8 339.5
3 338.3
2 339.4
2 339.5
9 339.2
5 339. 1
1 338.2
2 339. 1
1 339.2
0 338.9
1 338.8
1 336.2
3 339.6
8 338. 1
8 338.2
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
M/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02

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S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
38.6E-02
83.0E-02
77.2E-02
88.7E-02
67.4E-02
79.0E-02
89.9E-02
12.3E-01
97. 1E-02
18.6E-01
11.2E-01
25.3E-01
13.5E-01
15.4E-01
1O.4E-O1
11.9E-01
12.0E-01
18.7E-01
15.3E-01
21. 1E-01
18.9E-01
12. 1E-01
56.6E-02
41.4E-02
12.0E-01
171.5
178.1
163.5
16O.4
168.4
160.0
137.9
136.4
133.9
157.3
156. 1
155.3
158.1
155.7
156.3
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

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O571.6 07.9 189.4
O319.6 07.9 ISO. 8
O279.4 07.8 176.8
O458.4 O8.0 182.2 GOOD HOUR
0261.0 08.0 175.0
0214.0 08.0 171.4
0199.8 08.8 170.6
0159.2 08.6 170.1
O208.5 08.4 171.8 GOOD HOUR
0147.4 07.9 170.2
0143.6 O9.3 169.1
O134.1 09.8 171.2
0114.2 1O.4 169.9
0140.3 09.4 170.1 GOOD HOUR
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
81.8
64.5
67.0
58.3
60.4
61.0
61.2
56.0
66.7
43.4
59.8
22.7
59.1
52.4
67.9
65.2
64.7
42.1
50.2
31.2
41.1
62.2
82.4
86.7
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	 21:24
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22:09
22124
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22:54

23:09
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23:39
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TIME HEAT INPUT
	 BTtt/HR-

00:51
01851
02:51
0:3! 51
04:51
05:51
O6IS1
07:51
03:51
1O:OO
10:54
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12:54
13:54
14:54
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16:54
17:54
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19:54
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14.3E+07
14. 1E+07
14-. !EfO7
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00. OE-02
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13.8E+07
12.5E+07
•-OO. OE-02
12.3EI-07
12.7EKI7
12.7E+07
12.0E+07
12.7E+07
19.0E+67-
13.0E+07
12.5E+07
12.7E+O7
12.5E+07
12.5EH-07
1 2 . 7E+07
12.01M07
11.5E-I-07

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01
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00
01
01
01
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00
01
01
01
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FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
24.7E+O5
24.OE+05
29. 7E+05
23. 7E-K>5
00. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
22.0E+05
19.3E+05
OO.-OE-02
20.0E+05
19.4E+05
19. 6E+05
2O.5E-H05
20. 4E+05
19.-6E+05
20.2EKI5
21.3E+05
20. OE 4-05
20.0E-I-05
20.0E+05
21.5E+05
20. 1E+05
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1295.4 09.
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1467.O 07.
1308.7 08.
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-EMISSIONS—
tt/MMBTU
32.^'E-Ol
28.8E-01
29.0E-01
29.9E-01-
44.5E-01
46.3E-01
42. 7E-01
46.0E-01
44.0E-01
00. OE-02
29.9E-01
30.4E--01
28. IE -01
29. 3E-01
45.3E-01
49.5E-01 •
46.5E-01
37.2E-01
29.5E-O1
35.9E-01
44.0E-01
4O.SE-01
39.0E-01
34 . 3E -0 1
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342. 7
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34 4. -1
344.9
343.9
344.3
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345.2
344.6
343. 1
344.3
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942.9 	
343.5
346.4
344.2
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OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
•OO.-OE-O2
OO.OE-02
00. OE-02
Oo. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
00. OE-02
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00. OE-O2
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00. OE-02
00. OE-O2
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- EMISSIONS-
tt/MMBTU
X3.8E-U2
73.9E-02
SO. OE-02
14.7E-01
10. OE 01
14.3E-01
17.0E-01
21.5E-01
17.0E-01
OO.OE-02
23.6E-01
34 . SL -02
13.2E-01
10.4E-01
19.0E-01
2-2.0E-01
26.0E-01
14.9E--01
/S.SE-02
14. 1E--01
IS. 4E--01
16.5E-O.I
1 4 . 9E - 0 1
1 2 . 6E- 0 1
14.8E-01
1/4.0
176. 1
000.0
172.9 -— 	 -
1.73. 1
173.0
173.O
000.0
172. 1
171.9
171.4
171.8
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170.6
170. 1
170.0
170.2
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EFFICIENCY-
PERCENT
1OO
100
100
- 	 100 	
1 00
100
100
100
100
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100
1 00
1 00
100
100

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100
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0572.8
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09
09
00
09
09
10
09
00
10
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-EFFICIENCY - 	 	
PERCENT
77. 1
74.3
72.5
50*6
77.5
69. 1
60. 1
53.3
61.3
	 00.0
21. 1
72. 1
S3. 2
64.6
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44.0
59.9
73,3
60.8
58.2
59.5
61.7
63.8
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ENTER DATE OK TEST
 ? "SD-EPT  3,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT  3,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9030
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9030
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9030
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 122-500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
3=-
to 01OO
0200
15300
0400
0500
0600
070O
0800
0900
1000
1100
1200
1 300
10380
1 0000
094.10
08840
09030
09420
1 0000
10000
08 1 00
08300
08300
O'?770
09040
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
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BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1400
1500
1 6OO
170O
1800
1900
2000
2100
220O
2300
2400
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09/03
09/03
09/03
09/03

09/03
09/03
09/03
09/03

09/03
09/03
09/03
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09/O3
O9/03
Oi:>/O3
O^/o?

O9/O3
10140
09590
O<»590
09220
0904O
09960
10140
08850
08850
09220
09960
TIME

00:09
00:24
00=39
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01:24
01:39
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02:09
02«24
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02:54

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01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
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BT
BT
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S02 INLE1
PPM
0000.0
1191.7
1151. 1
1042.7
1128.5
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12213.9
1167.7
1187.7
1 194.8
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1397.8
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344.2
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08.6
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169.4
169.7
169.2
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172.0
169.4
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169.5
169.4
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09/O3
09/03
09/03

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09/03
O9/O3
09/O3

09/03
09/O3
09/03
O9/O3

O9/03
09 /O3
09/03
09/03

09/03
09/03
09/03
09 /O3

09/03
09/O3
09/03
09/03

09/O3
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09/03
09/03

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09/03
09/03

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09/03
09 /O3
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04:54

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08:39
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09:24
09:39
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10:24
10i39
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11:39
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169.0
169.7
169.5
169.4
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169.3
169.9
169.2
169.5
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169.3
168.8
168.0
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185.7
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170.9
173.6
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172.2
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173.8
173.7
173.5
173.8
173.7
164.7
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177.0
171.5
193.6
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BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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09. /0-;
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Ov/03
O9/O3
O9/O?
09 /O3
09/03
09/03
09 /O3

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09/03
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09/03

09/03
09/03
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09/03
09/03
09/03
09/03

09/03
09/03
09/03
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09/03
09/03
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12:54
13:09
13=2-1
13:39
13:54
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14:24
14139
14:54

15J09
15124
15139
15:54

1 6: 09
16:24
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16:54

17:09
17124
17:39
17:54

18:09
18:24
18:39
18:54

19:09
19:24
19=39
19:54

20:O9
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20: 3<3
20:54

01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
Ol
01
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01
01
01
01
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0934.3
1063.3
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1237.4
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1041.4
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1047.7
1150.5
1139.8
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07.9
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340.9
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174.9
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169.3 '
170.5
170.3
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GOOD HOUR



GOOD HOUR
09.0
O8.4
07.9
09.2
08.6
08.9
09.2
09.2
09.8
09.3
1O.8
08.5
09.2
08.0
09. 1
08.5
08.2
08.0
07.7
08. 1
08.6
09.0
08.7
09.3
08.9
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09.4
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170.3
170.6
171.2
168.7
170.2
169.4
169. 1
170. 1
172.3
170.2
173.5
173.3
173.8
172.0
173.2
171.3
173.5
174.3
175. 1
173.6
174.2
181.6
202.7
202.9
190.4
193.6
181.5
178.8
177.4
182.8




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GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR


GOOD HOUR

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09/O3
09 /O3
09 /O3
09/03

09/03
O9/03
09/03
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09/03
09/03
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TIME HEAT
2H09
21:24
21:39
21C54

22>0!>
22:24
22139
22:54

23809
23:24
23:39
23:54

INPUT
BTU/HR

O0:54
-p. OH54
I 02:54
£ 03J54
04:54
O5«54
06:54
O7:54
O6I54
09:54
10:54
11:54
12:54
13:54
14:54
15:54
16:54
17:54
18:54
19:54
20:54
21:54
22»54
23:54


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11.
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5E+07
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1E+07
3E+07
8E+07
5E+07
5E+07
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4E+07
4E+07
2E+07
3E+07
7E-I-07
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5E+07
3E+07
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7E+07
1E+07
1E+07
5E+07
5E+07

Ol
Ol
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOU1RATE
DSCF/HR
20.2E+05
19.7E+05
17.5E+05
18.5E+05
18.6E+O5
21.2E-KJ5
22.. 6E+05
18.. 7E+05
OO.OE-O2
19.5E-t-05
17.4E+05
20. 1E-K>!5
19.0O05
2O.3E+05
20. 1E+05
19.2E+05
19.3E+05
18.6E+05
18.9E+O5
20.4E+05
19.OE+05
19.5E+05
1IS.7E+05
19.5E+05
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1050.0 09.
1046.0 08.
1012.0 09.
0996.8 O9.
1026.2 O9.
1060. O 08.
1105.2 07.
1022.8 08.
1117.9 08.
1076.5 08.
1222.9 07.
1336.7 07.
1332.0 08.
1283.5 08.
1293.3 07.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
29.2E-01
31.3E-O1
33.6E-01
32.7E-01
34.9E-01
37.9E-01
38.0E-01
37.9E-01
OO. OE-02
33.6E-01
26.6E-01
24.6E-01
21.6E-01
22.2E-01
23.6E-01
32.9E-01
3O.9E-01
28.7E-01
29.8E-01
29.6E-01
28.4E-01
30.0E-01
29.0E-O1
33.6E-01
30.:f.E-01
2
8
6
4
3
6
6
9
0
3
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346.9
348.8
350.6
345.0
347.8
346.5
346.6
345.9
345.9
346.2
346.4
347.2
346.8
347.7
347.0
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
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00. OE-02
00. OE-02
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00. OE-02
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00. OE-02
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EMISSIONS
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90. 3E-02
12.9E-O1
13. 1E-01
12.2E-01
11.8E-01
15.7E-01
15. 1E-01
20.0E-01
00. OE-02
13.7E-01
10.2E-01
1O.7E-01
10.7E-01
82.8E-02
73.4E-02
10.3E-01
16.7E-01
14.5E-01
14. 1E-01
18.0E-01
14.3E-01
15.5E-01
14. 1E-01
21. 1E-01
13.5E-01
160.8
159.5
162.2
158.0
160. 1
16O. 1
159. 1
158.8
157.3
158.8
158.9
157.9
162.7
156.8
159. 1
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
10O
100
100
100
too
100
100
100
000
100
100
1OO
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0488.8
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0483.4
0499.0
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0485.0
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0489.7
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09.
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6 174.7
4 176.3
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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT  5,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT  5,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? 1N9050
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9050
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9O50
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
0100
0200
03OO
0400
050O
0600
0700
0800
0900
1000
1100
1200
1300
07880
08840
101570
10770
1096O
07690
08840
10000
09570
088BO
08530
08010
015 ISO
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NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1 4OO
1500
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1700
1800
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2200
2300
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DATE
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09/05
09/05
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09/05
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09/05
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OOS26
00:41
00:56
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01:36
01:41
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02J26
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S02 INLET 027.
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0999.5 08.8
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09/05

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09/05
09/05
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09/05
09/05
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12:50

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13:35
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14:015
14:20
14:35
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16J20
16:35
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17:35
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222.4
197.9
197.8
000. 0
206.8
207. 7
2O4, 1

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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09 /C>5 21:05
09/O5 21^20
09/05 21! 35
09/O5 21:50
09/05 2*105
09/05 22:20
09/05 22:35
09/05 22:50
09/05 23:05
09/05 23: 20
09/05 23:35
09/05 23:50

TIME


OOs !56
01:56
I 02:56
<£3 O3:56
04:56
05:56
06:56
07:56
08:56
09:50
10:50
1 1 : 50
12:50
13:50
14:50
15:50
16:50
17:50
18:50
19:50
20150
21:50
22:50
23:50


HEAT INPUT
BTU/HR

9I3.5E+06
11.1E+07
13.2E+07
13.5E+07
13.7E+07
96.:IE+06
11. 1E+07
12.5E+07
OO. OE-02
11. lE-i-07
10.7E+07
10.OE+07
10.2E+07
97. !>E+06
78.4E+06
63. 1E+06
10.4E+07
87.0E+06
97.9E+06
89.3E+06
91.4E+06
34.9E+06
S0.5E+O6
76. IE+06

01
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
16.7E+05
19. lE-t-05
23.0E+05
22.6E+05
26. 1E+05
17.6E+O5
19.3E+05
22. 2E+05
00. OE-02
17.8E+05
18.8E-KI5
16.6E+05
16.7E+O5
16.5EI05
17.8E-K>5
13.BE+05
17.9E+05
16.7E+05
17.2E*05
16.8E+05
17.3E+05
17.0E+05
17.6E+05
17.. 6E+05
AVERAI3E
O6O9. 1 1O.O 333.8
OOOO.O OO.O OOO.O
0577 .9 1 1 . O 336 . 4
0577.2 11.0 338.1
0588.1 10.7 336.1
0562.6 11.2 333.0
0000.0 00.0 000.0
0548.6 11.4 333.0
0508.7 12.0 332.2
0540.0 11.5 332.7
0498.1 12.2 332.3
0000.0 00.0 000.0
0000.0 00.0
0000.0 00.0
0498.1 12.2
SO2 INLET
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
28.4E-01
25.6E-01
26.9E-01
28.3E-01
29.3E-01
31.7E-O1
29. 1E-O1
27.6E-01
00. OE-02
30. 1E-01
23.2E-01
21.3E-01
21.4E-O1
20.6E-01
20.8E-01
20.0E-01
19.4E-01
19.7E-01
18.3E-01
17.5E-01
18.3E-01
19.6E-01
19.6E-01
19.4E-01
23.3E-01
000.0
000.0
332.3
SO2 INTER
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02

OOOO . O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
19. 1E-01
24.0E-01
23.8E-01
27.2E-01
27.8E-01
29.4E-01
29.5E-01
26.7E-01
00. OE-02
17. 1E-01
12.5E-01
14.2E-01
15.5E-01
13.3E-01
12.0E-01
15.5E-01
19.3E-01
20.7E-01
20.3E-01
19.9E-01
19.3E-01
15.7E-01
16.5E-01
20.4E-01
20 . OE-0 1
196.9
OOO . O
136. 1
183.7
100.6
178.7
OOO.O
176.4
172.3
175.8
17O.3
000.0
000.0
000.0
170.3
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
OOO
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

O452.1 11. O 218.2
OOOO.O OO.O OOO.O
0430.3 11.4 203.0
0432.5 11.7 204.7
O438.3 11.4 208.6
0414.7 11.7 198.9
OOOO.O OO.O OOO.O
0435.3 11.7 197.6
0448.5 12.5 192.6
0432.8 12.0 196.4
0454.7 12.4 191.7
OOOO.O OO.O OOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0454.7
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
32.9
06.3
11.5
O4.O
05. 1
07.2
01.7
03.5
OO.O
43.0
46.0
33. 1
27.5
35.3
42.1
22.5
O0.5
05.4
O7.7
13.7
05. 1
20.0
16.0
00.0
17.7.3
00.0 000.0
00.0 000.0
12.4 191.7



GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR

                                                                                                       GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                       GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                         BAD HOUR
GOOD DAY

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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT  6,1980"
                                                       PROGRAM CELPA
                                                    CELANESE  FGD SYSTEM
                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                       SEPT   6,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 7 IN9O60
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 •> OUT9060
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ~> P9060
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
1
tn 0100
0200
0300
0400
0500
0600
0700
0800
090O
1000
1100
1 200
1300
074130
OB 180
09750
07660
0766O
07310
08350
OK010
06650
07950
07760
07760
073<>0
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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14OO
15OO
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
DATE
J>
en O9/06
00 09/06
09/06
09/06
09 /O6
09/O6
09/O6
09/06
O9/O6
09/06
O9/06
09/O6
09/06
09/O6
09/06
09/06
08130
O7950
07390
07760
096:10
08130
08130
08500
09240
09240
06690
TIME
OOJ05
O0820
00t35
O0:30
OltOS
01:20
01:35
01:50
02>05
O2:20
02:35
02:50
03:05
03J2O
03:35
03 = 50
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
CO
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT

S02 INLET O27.
PPM
0548.0 11.5
OOOO.O 00.0
0000.0 00.0
0000.0 °°-°
0548.0 H.5
0729.2
0000.0
0665.7
0779.4
0724.8
079O. 0
0000.0
0807.3
0770.7
0789.3
0796.7
0000.0
0796.0
0788.0
0793. 6
1O.O
00.0
09.9
08.2
09.4
07.9
00. 0
07.6
07.9
07.8
07.5
00.0
07.7
08. 1
07.8
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
331.6
000. 0
000.0
000.0
331.6
333.2
OOO.O
334.0
334.7
334.0
335.2
000.0
331.5
330.3
332.3
332.7
000.0
331.3
331. 1
331.7



SO2 INTER TEMP
PPM F
OOOO.O 164.9
OOOO.O OOO.O
0000.0 000.0
OOOO.O 000.0
OOOO.O 164.9
oooo.
0000.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo.
oooo .
oooo.
oooo .
oooo .
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
165.9
000.0
163.9
162.5
164. 1
162.0
OOO.O
165.9
165.4
164.4
166.8
OOO.O
165.0
165.4
165.7

S02 OUTLET
PPM
0590.8
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0590,8
0787.2
OOOO.O
0433.7
0450.9
0557.3
O440.8
OOOO.O
0430.4
0409.0
0426.7
0421.3
OOOO.O
0416.3
0448.9
0428.8

02'/.
12.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
12.0
10. 0
OO.O
10. 1
08.6
09.6
08.1
00.0
08. 1
08. 1
O8. 1
08.0
00.0
07.8
O8.3
08. 0

TEMP
F
181.3
OOO.O
000.0
000,0
181.3
18O.8
000.0
178.2
176.8
178.6
176.6
OOO.O
180.3
178.7
178.5
179.0
OOO.O
176.2
176.2
177.1
                                                                                                      BAD HOUR
                                                                                                      GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                      GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                      GOOD HOUR
09/06
           04:05 01
                            0801.3    08.0  330.8
                                                       OOOO.O
                                                                 165.5
                                                                              0477.9
                                                                                         O8.3  176.1

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09/06
O9/O6
09/06

O9/06
O9/06
09/06
09/06

09/O6
09/06
O9/O6
O9/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09 /O6
09/06
09/06
O4=20
04 : 35
O4S5O

05105
05:20
03! 35
05:50

06 805
06120
06 « 315
06150

07IO5
07820
07:35
07:50

08:05
08:20
03:35
OR: SO

09:00
09: 15
09:45
09:59

10:00
10:30
10t39
10:54

11:09
11:24
1 1 : 159
1 1:54

12:O9
r.2: 24
12:39
OO
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
01
OO
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
Ol
01
AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
00
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
OOOO . O
0948.3
08O 1 . 3
OS5O. 3
0717.5
OOOO.O
0617.8
0590. 5
0641.9
0639. 1
0000.0
0749.5
0737.5
0708.7
O679.0
OOOO.O
0596.5
0579.2
0618.2
0565.3
0000.0
O637. 1
0597.7
0600. 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
1563.4
1484.9
1524.2
1393.8
1197.0
0908.4
0845.9
1086. 3
0886.4
090O. 4
0929. 7
00.0
O7. 1
O9.4
O8. 2
10.6
00.0
11.3
11.5
11.1
10.3
00.0
08.3
08.8
09. 1
09.3
00.0
10.6
11.1
1O.3
11.4
00.0
10.6
10.9
11.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
10. 1
O9. 8
10.0
09.9
10.3
11.8
11.6
10.9
10.8
10.4
O9.7
OOO . 0
332.9
332. 4
332.0
336.2
000.0
334.6
333.5
334.8
335.1
OOO.O
334.4
333. 1
334.2
332.7
000.0
330. 1
33O.8
331 . 2
332.9
000.0
333.4
338.0
334.8
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
329. 1
332.2
330.7
330.7
376.7
323.9
326 . 3
339.4
326.7
324.2
331 .9
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO. 0
000.0
165.8
164.6
165. 3
165.9
000.0
162.9
169.3
166.0
164.5
OOO.O
164.7
164.3
164.5
163.2
000.0
162.9
161.3
162.5
162.7
000.0
161.8
164.2
162.9
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
000 . 0
000.0
000.0
209.5
206.6
208. 1
188.3
177.8
172. 3
177.4
179.O
166.6
171. 1
168.5
OOOO.O
O613.9
O413.6
0501.8
0369.9
OOOO.O
0277.3
O269.7
0305.6
0322. 1
OOOO.O
O487.0
0543.7
0450.9
0475.9
0000.0
0346.6
0341.9
0388. 1
0314.7
0000.0
0553. 4
0592.6
0436.9
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0767.2
0733.2
075O.2
0920. 1
0821.0
0637.5
0555. 1
0733.4
O614.6
063O.4
O657.3
00.0
07. 1
09.8
O8.4
11.4
OO.O
11.8
11.7
11.6
10.6
00.0
08.4
O8.O
09. O
09.4
OO.O
11.4
11.7
10.8
12.4
00.0
11.9
11.6
12.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
10.4
10.2
10. 3
10.7
10.7
12. 1
12.1
11.4
11.1
10.6
09.8
OOO.O
175.2
175.6
175.6
176.8
OOO.O
174.4
175. 1
175.4
174.2
OOO.O
173.8
172.7
173.6
173.1
OOO.O
173.7
171.4
172.7
172. 1
000.0
172.3
174.8
173. 1
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
226. 1
225.5
225.8
217.3
200.5
191.5
189.3
199.6
184.5
185. O
186. 1



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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 I
tn
en
O9/O6

09/06
09/06
09/06
09 /O6

O9/06
09/06
O9/06
O9/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09 /O6

09/06
09/06
09/O6
09/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06

09/06
09 /O6
09/06
09/06

12:54

113:09
13«24
13=39
13C54

14109
14>24
14:39
14:54

15:09
15124
15:39
15:54

:I6«09
16924
16139
16»54

17» O9
17:24
17t39
17:54

18:09
18:24
18:39
18:54

19:09
19:24
19:39
19:54

20:O9
20:24
20539
20:54

OO
AVERAGE
Ol
01
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
00
AVERAGE
OO
00
00
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
OO
Ol
AVERAGE
OOOO.O
0905.5
0986.9
1110.6
1044. 1
1046.7
1047.1
1284.8
1285.4
1252.2
1102.6
1231.2
1074.6
0965.6
1029.4
1002.2
1018.0
1338.0
OOOO.O
1018. 1
1O33.4
1129.8
1081.3
1056.7
0869.2
0883.2
0972.6
0883.8
0831.9
0000.0
OOOO.O
0857.9
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0772.9
0772.9
0788.5
OOOO.O
0000.0
1132.5
0960.5
OO.O
1O. 3
10.6
09.8
10.4
11.2
10.5
10.0
10.6
11.0
10.8
10.6
11.4
11.6
10.8
11.6
11.4
08.8
00.0
O9.4
08.9
09.0
08.0
O8.0
09.6
09.8
O8.9
09.7
10. 1
OO.O
OO.O
09.9
00.0
00.0
00.0
10.8
1O.3
09.9
00.0
00.0
09. 1
09. S
OOO.O
327.6
330.0
331.3
331.9
334.3
331.9
330.1
330.0
329.7
33O.3
330.0
330.4
331. O
329. 1
329.2
329.9
333.0
OOO.O
332.0
333. 1
332.7
334.1
335.3
333.1
333. 1
333.9
333.3
333. 1
000.0
OOO.O
333.2
000.0
000.0
000.0
331.5
331.5
332.2
OOO.O
000.0
334.9
333.6
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOO.O
168.7
169.7
165. 1
166.6
224.2
181.4
21O.5
194.6
224.2
25O.5
220.0
184.5
174.7
164.0
159.2
170.6
164.8
OOO.O
184.0
176.8
175.2
169.4
169.6
169.6
169. 1
169.4
170.8
167.2
000.0
OOO.O
169.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
173.8
173.8
173.2
OOO.O
000.0
168.9
171. 1
OOOO.O
O634. 1
0724.5
O655.3
0675.2
0704.0
O689.8
0671.1
0675.0
O689. 1
O791.9
0706.8
0350.6
0230. 1
0179.0
0130.0
0222.4
0202.0
OOOO.O
0377.4
0292.9
0290.8
0278.8
0216.3
0198.4
0212.9
0226.6
0236. 1
0206.9
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
O221.5
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0214.7
0214.7
O244.6
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0220.3
0232.7
OO.O
10.5
10.6
O9.8
10.6
11.2
1O.6
10.1
10.6
11.0
11. 0
10.7
11.5
12.2
11. 0
11.7
11.6
09.4
00.0
09.8
09.5
09.6
08.4
08.4
10.2
1O.3
09.3
10. 1
10. 1
OO.O
OO.O
1O. 1
OO.O
00.0
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10.8
10.8
10.0
00.0
00.0
O9. 1
O9.6
000.0
185.2
179.4
181.4
179. 1
225.4
191.3
224.7
215.5
213.5
262. 0
228.9
220.3
203.3
191.5
183.9
199.8
194.4
000.0
216.7
195.8
202.3
189.2
184.3
182.2
180.0
183.9
179.8
178. 1
OOO.O
OOO.O
179. O
000.0
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OOO.O
185. O
185.0
182.8
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000.0
178.0
180.4

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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09/06


2 1 : 09
21:24
JSz 09/06 21
09/O6

09/06
rio/06
09/06
09/O6

09/06
09/06
09/06
09/06













TIME HEAT
21-- 54

22:09
22:24
22:39
22:34

23:09
23J24
23:39
23154

INPUT
BTU/HR

O0:50
OU 30
02 850
O3:50
04:50
05:50
06:50
07:50
08:50
09:59
10:54
1H 54
12:54
13:54
14154
15:54
16:54
17:54
18:54
19:54
20:54
21:54
22:54
?:-i:54


00.
10.
12.

OE-02
. 2E+O7
. 2E+O7
95.8E+06
95.8E+06
91.
. 4E+06
10.4E+O7
10.0E+07
83.
00.
97.
97.
92.
10.
99.
92.
97.
12.
10.
00.
10.
00.
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no.

lE+Ofe
OE-02
OE-t-06
OE-i-06
4E+06
2E+07
4E+O6
4E+06
OE-t-06
OE-t-07
2E+07
OE-02
6E+07
OE-02
OE-O2
OE-02

Ol
00
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00
AVERAGE
00
00
OO
00
AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
00. OE-02
18.2E+05
19. lE-t-05
15.0E+05
15.4E+05
19.2E+03
18.2E+05
19.4E-I-05
17.2E-I-05
00. OE-02
18.2E+05
19.9E+05
17.9E+05
20. 1E+05
19.8E+O5
19. 9E+05
16.8E+05
20.5E+O5
19.OE+O5
00. OE-02
19. lE-t-05
OO.OK-02
OO.OE-O2
OO. OE-O2
AVERAGE
1161.1 O9.
0 336.3
0000.0 OO.O 000.0
0000.0
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1161.1 09.
0000.0 00.
OOOO.O 00.
0000.0 00.
OOOO.O 00.
0000.0 00.
OOOO.O 00.
0000.0 00.
0000.0 OO.
OOOO.O 00.
00.0 OOO.O
0 OOO. O
0 336.3
0 000.0
0 000.0
0 OOO.O
0 000.0
0 000.0
0 OOO.O
0 OOO.O
0 OOO.O
0 OOO.O
0000.0 00.0 000.0
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
00. OE-02
21.4E-01
20.5E-01
20.6E-01
22.8E-01
22.4E-01
20.5E-01
19.9E-01
20.6E-01
00. OE-02
47.4E-01
37.0E-O1
29. 1E-01
34.3E-01
4O.7E-01
36.3E-01
32.4E-01
27.5E-01
26.6E-01
00. OE-02
28.7E-01
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-O2
28.0E-01
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
OO. OE-O?

0000.0
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
SO2 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
tt/MMBTU
00. OE-02
16.8E-01
11.4E-01
11.4E-01
13.7E-01
11.2E-01
12.9E-01
13. 1E-01
18.6E-01
00. OE-02
24. 1E-01
26.3E-01
20.8E-01
22.7E-01
23.5E-01
81.5E-02
87.4E-02
66.7E-02
69.9E-02
OO. OE-O2
69.8E-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-r>2
15. 2E-01
169
OOO

OOO
169
000
000
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000.0
. 0
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OOO.O
OOO
000
000
OOO
OOO
OOO
000
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. 0
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S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
OOO
100
OOO
000
OOO

0224. 1
PPPPPPX
OOOO.O
0000.0
0224. 1
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
00.0
21.3
44.7
44.8
39.9
49.8
37. 1
34. 1
09.8
00.0
49.2
28.9
28.6
33.8
42.2
77.6
73. 1
75.7
73.7
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75.7
00.0
00.0
00.0
46.7
09


OO
O9
OO
OO
00
OO
OO
00
00
OO
.1 179.7

OO.O OOO.O
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. 1 179.7 BAD HOUR
. O OOO.O
. 0 OOO.O
. 0 OOO.O
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.0 OOO.O
. 0 000.0
. 0 OOO.O
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BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR

GOOD DAY

-------
ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT  7,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FOD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT  7,1980
ENTER FILE MAME
 ? IN9070
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9070
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9070
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
1
en
•^J 0100
02OO
0300
0400
0500
O600
0700
0800
0900
1000
1 100
1200
1300
06280
0774.0
07020
0*470
08690
07210
03500
07950
013180
07990
09140
07990
03 1 8O
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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14OO
1500
1600
1700
1800
1 90O
2000
2100
2200
23OO
2400
DATE
f" 09/07
01 09/07
00 09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07
09/O7
09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07
0780O
078OO
O7BOO
07610
O8560
O685O
0666O
07420
OB37O
O7230
07040
TIME
00:09
00524
00:39
00=54
01:09
01:24
OU39
01554
02809
02:24
02:39
02:54
03:09
03s 24
03 a 3'>
03:54
OOOOO
00000
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO
00
oo
00
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AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
01
00
01
oo
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
SO2 INLET
PPM
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
1195.7
0000.0
1004.2
OOOO. 0
1O99.9
1137.8
1099. 2
114(5.5
1208. 3
1 148.5


027.
00.0
00.0
00.0
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00.0
00.0
00.0
oo.o
00.0
00.0
07.7
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1O.3
00.0
09. 0
1O.6
10.7
10.2
10.4
10.5
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
ooo.o
000.0
000.0
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ooo.o
OOO . 0
330.3
ooo.o
323. 6
OOO. 0
327.0
329.5
331.5
33O. 6
•33 1 . 9
330.'='


S02 INTER
PPM
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO. O


TEMP
F
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
ooo.o
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO . 0
OOO.O
161. 1
000.0
168.8
ooo.o
165.0
198.4
218.O
178.0
224. 1
2O4.6


S02 OUTLET
PPM
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0243.5
0000.0
0288.7
OOOO.O
0266. 1
0484.7
06O6.8
0276.0
0670.3
0509.5


02'/.
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
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00.0
00.0
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08.4
00.0
11.1
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09.8
10.9
10. e
10.4
10.5
10.7


TEMP
F
000.0
000.0
ooo.o
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
ooo.o
ooo.o
000.0
177.3
000.0
189.6
000.0
183.5
208.3
221.7
207.5
212.3
212.5


BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
O'V/07
            04:O9 01
                              1171. 1
                                         10.5
                                               332. 1
                                                            OOOO.O
                                                                        254.2
                                                                                      0858.2
                                                                                                  1O.9  262.O

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O9/O7
O9/07
O9/O7

0-^/07
09/07
09/07
09/07

09/07
09/07
O9/07
09/O7

O9/07
09/07
09/07
09/07

09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07

09/07
09/07
09/O7
09/07

09/07
09/07
09/07
09/O7

09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07

09/07
O9/07
09/07
04i!24
O4:39
04:54

O5: 09
05:24
05«39
O5:54

O6I09
06J24
06»39
06:54

07:09
07:24
07:39
07:54

08:09
O8:24
08:39
08:54

09:09
09:24
09:39
09:54

10»09
10S24
10:39
10:54

11:00
lit 15
11:30
1 1:45

12:00
12:15
12:30
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
00
00
00
OO
AVERAGE
00
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
01
1 1 O4 . 5
1174.4
12O5.6
1163.9
1139. 1
1094.6
1205.0
1329.3
1192.0
1339.9
1476.9
13O5.4
1280.8
1350.8
1283.5
1767.5
1128.5
1121.9
1325.4
1214.3
1215.0
1224.9
1169.7
1206.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
1061.3
0992.2
1026.8
1037.4
OOOO.O
0903.7
11.3
1O.9
11.0
10.9
11.1
1O.9
10.3
09.9
10.6
10. O
09.0
10. O
10.2
09.8
10.3
10.5
1O.8
11.0
10.7
10.8
10.8
10.2
11.5
10.8
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
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00.0
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00.0
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00.0
10.2
1O.6
10.4
09.7
00.0
10. 1
330.0
333.4
333.5
332. 3
337.4
326.2
336.2
335.9
333.9
334.8
336.0
334.5
335.1
335. 1
333.9
332.7
331.6
332.8
332.8
330.8
329.2
332.6
332.3
331.2
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
000 . 0
OOO.O
000.0
322.6
314.4
318.5
327.5
000.0
327.5
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
263. 1
263.8
271.6
264.4
278. 1
276.4
277.9
279.6
278.0
279.5
280.9
260.3
281. 1
275.5
281.0
280.6
278. 1
278. 1
279.5
278.3
275.7
276.9
277. 8
277.2
000.0
000.0
000.0
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000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
149.1
143.0
146. 1
152.8
000.0
155.9
O821.8
O859.5
0869.2
0852.2
0823.7
0817.4
0868.0
O867.7
0844.2
0867.5
0867.3
0867. 1
0867. 1
0867.3
0867. O
0867.0
0835.2
0818.7
0847.0
0861.6
0420.8
0432.3
O399.9
0528.7
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0186.9
020O.4
0193.6
0196.2
OOOO.O
0222. 1
11.4
11.1
11.4
11.2
11.6
11.5
10.6
10.0
10.9
1O.6
09.7
10.7
10.7
10.4
10.6
10.7
11.1
11.2
10.9
11.1
11.2
10.5
11.6
11.1
00.0
00.0
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00.0
oo.o
oo.o
oo.o
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00.0
00.0
00.0
11.1
11.4
11.3
10.0
00.0
11.1
2S0.6
292. 1
297.5
233. 1
304.9
308.3
309.7
313.8
309.2
314.0
315.4
315.8
317.5
315.7
317.3
317.0
316.3
316. 1
316.7
317.4
313.6
315.5
314.9
315.4
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
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176.2
166.6
171.4
174.9
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173.5



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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 I
en
o
O9/O7

09/O7
09/07
O9/O7
O9/O7

O9/07
O9/07
O9/07
09/O7

09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07

O9/O7
09/07
09/07
09/07

09/07
09/07
09/O7
09/07

09/07
09/07
09/O7
09/07

09/07
09/07
09/07
09/07

09/07
09/07
09/07
O9/07

12:45

13:00
13: 15
13330
13»45

14«OO
141 15
14«30
14:45

15:00
15: 15
15:30
15145

16IOO
16: 15
16J30
16>45

17:00
17! 15
17:30
17:45

18:OO
18: 15
18:30
18:45

19100
19: 15
19:30
19:45

20:00
20: 15
20: 3O
20:45

01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
0821 .3
002O.8
0877.8
OOOO.O
1050.0
1045.4
0991 . 1
0976.9
OOOO.O
1037.4
1081.3
1031.9
1O98.6
0000.0
0972.2
0954.9
1008.6
0887.8
0000.0
1 1 37 . 2
1199.7
1074.9
1238.2
0000.0
0970.9
0971.9
1060.3
0880.0
0000.0
0841.2
0860.5
OS60.6
0773.4
0000.0
O797.3
0851.9
0807.5
O828. 6
OOOO. 0
080 1 . 3
0839.2
082?. O
10.7
10.2
10. 1
OO.O
09.3
09.8
09.7
10.5
00.0
O9.5
09.6
09.9
09.6
00.0
10.8
10.8
10.4
10.9
00.0
08.5
08.5
09.3
08.2
00.0
10.4
10.7
09.8
10.7
00.0
1O.9
1O.9
10.8
11.4
00.0
10.5
10. 3
10.7
10.6
OO. O
10.3
10.0
1O.3
328. 1
327. 7
328.8
000.0
329.3
330. O
329.4
331.3
OOO.O
330.3
330.4
330.7
327.9
000.0
328.6
328.5
328.3
329. O
000.0
329.5
328. 1
328.9
329.6
000.0
327.9
328. 1
328.5
327.6
000.0
327.3
329.3
328. 1
328.6
OOO.O
333.5
329.3
330.5
331.3
000.0
334 . 9
333. 6
333. 3
OOOO. 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
159.6
156. 1
157.6
OOO.O
154.9
157.5
156.7
157.8
000.0
158.5
160.2
158.8
159.4
OOO.O
161.9
16O.4
1 60 . 6
163.8
000.0
165.9
163.7
164.5
164. 1
OOO.O
163.3
164.0
163.8
163.9
000.0
162. 1
164.9
163.6
165.4
OOO.O
184.4
174.3
174.7
170.7
000.0
170. O
169.7
170. 1
0223.6
0214. O
0221.0
0000.0
0237.2
0255.4
0237.9
0255. 1
OOOO.O
0215.5
0225.8
0232. 1
0221.2
OOOO.O
0194.8
0214.6
0210.2
0222.6
OOOO.O
0297.3
0271.4
0263.8
0289.9
0000.0
0185.6
0203.6
0226.4
0220.0
0000.0
0230.2
0243.9
0231.4
0223.4
OOOO.O
0374. 1
0239. 1
0278.9
0199.7
OOOO.O
0237.7
0231.7
0223.0
11.6
10.9
11.1
00.0
1O.2
10.6
1O.6
11.4
00.0
10.5
1O.4
10.8
10.7
OO.O
11.6
11.6
11.3
11.8
00.0
08.8
09.0
09.9
08.7
OO.O
11.4
11.7
10.6
11.8
00.0
11.9
11.8
11.8
12.3
00.0
11.6
11.0
11.6
11.4
00.0
11.4
11.3
11.4
175. 1
174.5
174.3
000.0
171.6
O71.6
139.2
171.7
000.0
170.4
171.5
171.2
171.4
000.0
177.8
172.8
174.0
174.0
000.0
174.5
174.3
174.3
175. 1
000.0
174.5
176.0
175.2
176. 1
000.0
176.8
178.7
177.2
178.7
000.0
183.6
182.9
181.7
181.3
OOO.O
180.0
178. 1
1 79,. 8

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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O9/O7
O9/07
O9/07
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09/07
09/07
09/07
O9/07

09/07
O9/07
09/O7
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TIME HEAT
21:OO
21: 15
21:30
21:45

22 «00
22! 15
22130
22:45

23:00
238 15
23t30
23:45

INPUT
BTU/HR

00154
OH54
02:54
03:54
04:54
05:54
06:54
07:54
OS: 54
09:54
1OS54
11:45
12:45
13:45
14:45
15:45
16:45
17:45
18:45
19:45
20:45
21:45
22: 45
23:4!5


00.
00.
87.
80.
1O.
90.
10.
99.
10.
00.
OO.
99.
10.
97.
97.
97.
95.
10.
85.
133.
92.
10.
90.
88.


OE-02
OE-02
8E+06
9E+06
9E+07
1E+06
6E+07
4E+06
2E+07
OE-02
OE-02
9E+06
2E+07
5E+06
5E+06
5E+06
1 E+06
7E+07
6E+06
3E+06
8E+O6
5E+O7
4E-»-06
OE+06

01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
15.1E+05
15.9E+O5
22.3E-K>!5
17.9E+05
19.6E+05
19..9E+05
2O. 8E+05
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
19.5E+05
19.6E+05
17.9E+05
18. 1E+05
19. 1E+O5
16.8E+05
19.7E+05
17.5E+05
16. 8E+05
18.0E+05
19.3E+05
18.4E+05
1 7 . 5E+05
AVEKftOE
O92O.4 1O.
0000.0 OO.
1044.1 09.
0962.3 10.
0975.6 O9.
0936.3 10.
OOOO.O OO.
0888.8 1O.
O823.9 11.
0883.0 1O.
0867.2 10.
OOOO.O 00.
0885. 1 10.
O893.8 10.
0882.0 1O.
SO2 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
31.5E-01
37.5E-01
39.8E-01
39.2E-01
41.5E-01
44.1E-01
40.8E-01
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
33.3E-01
29.2E-01
30.2E-01
31.9E-01
32.7E-01
31.6E-01
32.4E-01
29. 1E-01
27. 1E-01
26.5E-01
29.9E-01
29.8E-01
29. 1E-01
33.4E-01
0
o
3
1
8
6
0
7
1
8
8
0
5
4
6




























333.4
OOO.O
335.5
332.2
333.7
335.3
000.0
334. O
333.2
334.2
333. 1
000.0
334.7
333.9
333.9
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
H/MMBTU
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02

OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
»»/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
81.3E-02
16.9E-01
29.9E-01
28.8E-01
28.2E-01
28.9E-O1
18.4E-01
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
68.4E-02
72.9E-02
78.9E-02
78. OE-02
74.6E-02
81.4E-02
74.9E-02
86.9E-02
10.3E-01
79.7E-02
79. OE-02
84.6E-02
86. 3E-02
13.2E-01
169.3
OOO.O
169.3
167.3
168.6
168.5
OOO.O
163.5
169.3
168.8
169.4
OOO.O
168.8
168.3
168.8
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
OOO
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
000
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

024O.4
10.
OOOO.O 00.
O253.4
O22O.O
0237.9
O222.9
0000.0
0216.5
0223.9
0221. 1
0247.8
0000.0
0235.2
O226.3
0236.4
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
00.0
00.0
74.2
54.9
24.7
26.5
32.0
34.5
54.9
OO.O
OO.O
79.5
75. 1
73.9
75.5
77.2
74.2
76.9
70. 1
62. 1
69.9
73.6
71.6
70.3
62.6
1O.
11.
10.
11.
00.
12.
12.
12.
11.
OO.
11.
11.
11.




























6 178. O
O OOO.O
O 177.6
3 176.8
6 177.5 GOOD HOUR
7 178.0
0 000.0
O 176.9
3 177.6
O 177.5 GOOD HOUR
2 179.8
0 OOO.O
7 178.7
8 177.9
6 178.8 GOOD HOUR



BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD DAY

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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT  8,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELUA
                                                   CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT  8,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9080
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9080
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9060
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
1
0} 0100
0200
O300
0400
0500
0600
0700
080O
0900
1000
1100
1200
1 ":00
O6660
06850
07610
07SOO
07300
07990
06850
087*0
08050
013730
07540
05990
0685O
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
20OO
2100
2200
2300
2400
DATE

09/08
09/08
09/08
09/08

09/08
09/08
09/08
09/08

09/08
09/08
O9/08
09/08

09/08
09/O3
09/08
09/O8

07360
06170
06340
06510
06850
0736O
07190
05990
06850
O6170
05990
TIME

00 tOO
OO: 15
00:30
00:45

01:00
01: 15
Ol:30
01:45

02:00
02: 15
02:30
02=45

03100
03: 15
03:30
03:45

OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO

01
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
ot
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET
PPM
0765.4
0000.0
0734.2
0917.0
0805.5
0952.9
OOOO.O
0955.6
0916.4
0941.6
0772. 1
0000.0
0681.0
0676. 3
0709.8
0615.8
0000.0
0737.5
OS 19. 9
0724.4


027.

11.4
00.0
11.4
10.0
10.9
09.9
00.0
09.4
09.8
09.7
10.7
00.0
10.7
10.8
10.7
11.4
00.0
10.6
09.7
1O.A
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
338. 1
OOO.O
334. 1
334.1
335.4
334.7
000.0
335.7
330.2
333.5
330.6
000.0
332.7
329.8
331.0
331.2
OOO.O
332.5
331.8
331.8


S02 INTER
PPM
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000 . O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
oooo . o


TEMP
F
168.2
OOO.O
167.3
169.3
168.3
168. 1
OOO.O
185.2
166.9
173.4
174.4
000.0
169.2
168.3
170.6
168.5
OOO.O
168. 1
167.9
168.2


S02 OUTLET
PPM
0203. 4
OOOO.O
0227.4
O275.6
0235.5
0256. 0
OOOO.O
0400. 2
026O.7
O3O5.6
0209.4
OOOO.O
0316.5
0240.3
0255.4
0234.5
OOOO.O
0249. 2
0250.6
0944. 8


027.

12.9
OO.O
12.9
11. 0
12.3
10.8
00.0
10.5
10.9
1O.7
12.'1
OO.O
11.9
12. 1
12.0
12.7
OO.O
11.5
10.5
1 1 . A


TEMP
F
179.3
OOO.O
178.2
179.7
179.1
177.4
OOO.O
187.8
190.4
185.2
188.0
000.0
179.6
176.8
181.5
177.6
OOO.O
177.3
176.5
177 1








GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




nnnn uni ID
09/08
           04:00 Ol
                            0891. 1
                                     09.0  331.6
                                                        0000.0
                                                                  168.3
                                                                               0252.6
                                                                                         09.5   174.9

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en
no/08
O9/08
Ov/Oft

09/06
09/08
o^/oe
OQ/Oft

09/08
09/08
09/O8
09/O8

09/08
09/O8
O9/08
O9/O8

09/08
09/08
09/03
09/08

09 /O3
O9/O8
09/08
09/08

09/08
09/08
09/08
09/08

09/01)
09/08
09/08
09 /OS

09 /OS
0^/08
O9 / O3
04: 15
04: 30
O4:45

O5 : OO
05: 15
05s 3O
05:45

O6:: OO
06: 15
06 53O
06:45

O7SOO
07s 15
O7:30
07s 45

06:00
08: 15
08: 30
08:45

09=00
09: 15
09: 30
09: 45

10:00
10=40
10:44
10:50

11 = 05
11:20
11:35
11:42

12:02
12: 17
12:32
OO
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
OO
00
AVERAGE
00
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
oo
O<">OO. 0
O863. 8
0710. 2
0821 .7
0681.0
OOOO. 0
0891. 1
0883. 1
0818.4
0958.9
0000.0
0937.7
0897. 1
0931.2
0941.0
0000.0
0976.9
1O56.0
0991. 3
1129.8
0000.0
1091.9
1156.7
1126. 1
1146.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
1 146.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0796.2
098O. 4
0888. 3
0819.4
0702.4
OOOO. 0
f >8:?3 . O
08O3. 3
1 168.0
0987.7
OOOO.O
OO.O
09. 5
1O.8
09 . 8
11.0
00. 0
09.5
09. 3
O1? . 9
08.8
OO.O
09.5
1O.O
0^.4
09.4
00.0
09. 2
08.7
09. 1
08.7
00.0
08.3
08 . 5
08.7
08.6
00.0
OO.O
00.0
08.. 6
00.0
00.0
12.4
1O.8
11.6
11.4
12.4
00.0
10.4
11.4
1O. 1
O9.9
OO. 0
OOO . 0
3?4. 3
3 ~'5 . 5
3:?3. 8
335.0
OOO. 0
337. 3
335.8
336.0
335.8
000.0
336.5
336.0
336. 1
336. 1
000.0
335.8
336.9
336.3
336.2
000.0
333.8
334.9
335. O
333.6
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
333.6
OOO.O
000.0
334.6
338.5
336.6
336.5
335. 1
000 . 0
321.4
331.0
333.9
322. O
OOO.O
oooo. O
OOOO . O
OOOl i . O
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
OOOO. O
oooo.o
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. O
000. 0
168. O
169. 9
168.7
171.7
000 . 0
168.6
165.2
168.5
162.4
000.0
162.2
165.2
163.3
162.5
000.0
155.8
155.0
157.8
153.8
OOO. 0
152.7
150. 3
152.3
148. 1
000.0
OOO.O
OOO. 0
148. 1
000.0
000.0
159.9
157.6
158.8
158.8
162.5
OOO.O
173.2
164.8
174.2
156.7
OOO.O
OOOO.O
024 1 . 8
0211.3
O235. 2
0230.7
0000.0
0262.8
O244. 1
0245.9
0234.3
0000.0
0281.0
0298.6
0271.3
0261.5
OOOO.O
O23O.4
0262. 1
0251.3
0246.7
OOOO.O
0243.3
0199. 7
0229.9
0273.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0275.0
0000.0
0000.0
0203.6
0286.8
0245.2
0250.8
0256.6
OOOO.O
0374.3
0293.9
0342. 1
0168.2
OOOO.O
00.0
10. 1
11.7
1 0 . 4
12.2
OO. O
10.5
1O.4
11.0
09.6
00.0
10.2
11.2
10.3
10.7
OO.O
10.2
O9.3
10.2
10.0
00.0
09.7
09. 0
O9.6
09.2
00.0
00.0
OO.O
09.2
00.0
00.0
14.3
12.3
13.3
12.6
14.1
OO.O
17. 1
14.6
11.0
10.8
OO.O
OOO . O
174. 3
176.4
175.2
173.6
OOO . 0
177.8
175. 1
177.2
173.0
000.0
175.0
175.3
174.4
174.2
000.0
171.6
171. O
172.3
169.8
000.0
168.9
167. 7
168.8
164.6
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
164.6
000.0
000.0
169.8
170.4
170. 1
170. 1
172.4
000.0
186.6
176.4
192.5
176.8
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GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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cr>
en
O9/OB

O9/08
09/O8
09 /O8
09 /O8

09X08
O9/08
09/08
09/O8

OP/ 08
O9/08
O9/08
O9/08

09/08
09/08
09 /O8
09/08

09/08
09/08
09/08
O9/08

09/08
09/O8
O9/O8
O9/O8

09/08
09/08
09/08
09/08

09/08
09/08
09/08
O9/08

12:47

13IO2
13: 17
13:32
13t47

14: 13
14(28
14143
14158

15i 13
15:28
15:43
15:5B

16:13
16:28
16:43
16158

17:13
17:28
17:43
17:58

18»13
18:28
18:43
18=58

19: 13
19:28
19:43
19:58

20: 13
20:28
20:43
20:58

Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
00
Ol
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
1O46.9
1067.5
114O.O
IO05.7
OOOO.O
0889.3
1011.7
1062.2
0940.5
0881.3
0972.4
0964. 1
0949.8
0897.9
0785.5
0769.6
0850.7
0792.8
0915.2
0844.7
0839. 1
0847.7
0892.6
0997.7
1O11.O
110O. 1
1000.3
1066.2
0810.8
0564.7
0494.2
0734.0
0444.3
0383. 1
0302.6
0289.3
0355.3
0441.0
0818. 1
096O.5
0913.9
07S3.4
09. 1
O9.7
08.6
09.8
00.0
11.3
09.9
10.9
11.0
10.9
10.6
10.8
10.7
10.8
11.1
10.8
10.8
1O.6
10.4
10.5
10.7
10.6
10.7
1O. 1
09.8
09.4
10.0
09.5
10.0
09.2
O9.0
09. 4
10.6
10.7
11.2
11.7
11.1
09.9
09.2
09.3
10.5
O9.7
333. O
329.6
335.0
334.2
OOO.O
334.8
334.7
332.4
333.7
333.1
333.2
333. 1
332.2
331.9
330.3
332.2
331.6
330.8
331.3
332.4
335.5
332.5
336.4
333.3
333.5
334.3
334.4
334.6
333.7
328.4
326.7
330.9
327.8
327.2
330.3
331.3
329. 2
333. 1
332.2
333.9
334.0
333.3
OOOO.O
oooo . o
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
161.6
164.2
16O.8
159.5
OOO.O
159.6
160. 0
157.6
159.0
159. 1
160. 1
159.0
157.7
159. 1
158.4
160. 1
158.8
159.1
159.6
159.3
160.8
159.7
169.0
169.0
163.4
163.4
166.2
180.8
186.6
179.2
174.6
180.3
168.5
167.8
170.7
170.3
169.3
169.3
167.7
168. 1
168.5
168.4
O274.4
0261.6
O308.4
0253.4
OOOO.O
0242.5
0268. 1
0278.4
0267.7
0259.4
0274. 1
0269.9
0270.4
0247.6
0240. 3
0268.3
0256.7
0258.6
0297.6
0262.2
0253.0
0267.9
0326.9
0352.7
O304.6
0331.2
0328.9
052O. 4
0372.5
0221.0
019O.6
0326. 1
0222.6
0232.5
0239.5
0245.9
0235. 1
0273.4
0355.8
0350.9
0279.9
0315.0
1O.6
1O.8
09.4
1O.5
00.0
12. 1
10.7
11.5
11.7
12.0
1.6
1.7
1.5
1.7
1.9
1.7
1.7
4.5
1.0
1. 1
1.7
12.1
11.6
10.5
1O.4
10.2
10.7
10.3
10.7
09.9
O9.5
10. 1
12.0
12.0
12.4
12.9
12.3
10.9
O9.9
1O.O
11.5
10.6
179. O
182.8
179.2
177.4
OOO.O
177.4
178.0
175.1
175.8
175.6
176.1
175.6
174.9
175.5
174.4
175.5
175. 1
175.2
175.3
175.7
179.9
176.5
179.2
182.0
176.2
175.8
178.3
187.0
195.8
211.0
196.5
197.6
187.7
183.6
184.3
183. 1
184.7
182.2
180.3
18O.O
178.9
180.4

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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09/O8
09/08
O9/08
09/O8

09/08
09/08
09/08
09 /O8

O9/O8
09/08
O9/08
09/O8

TIME HEAT
21: 13
21828
21t43
21:153

228 13
22828
22843
22858

23i 13
23328
23343
23858

INPUT
BTU/HR

00=45 S3.
Ols45 85.
02845 95.
03845 97.
04:45 97.
05:45 99.
06:45 85.
O7:45 11.
08:45 10.
O9:45 00..
10:50 94.
11342 74.

3E+06
6K+06
lE-i-06
5E+06
5E+06
9E+O6
6E+06
OE+07
1E+07
OE-02
3E+06
9E+06
12847 85.6E+06
13347 92.0I->06
14158 77.
15858 79.
16858 81.
17858 85.
18358 ^2.
19:58 39.
20:513 74.
21:58 85.
22:58 77.
23:5I:: 74.

1E+04
3E+06
4E+06
6E+06
OE+06
9E+06
9E+06
6E+06
IE+06
•3E+06

01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF.'HR
17. 1E+05
15.7E+05
19.:;:E-K>5
19.4E+05
18.0E+05
18.7E+05
15.3E+05
19.0E+05
16.9E+05
00. OE-02
20.8E+05
16.2E+05
15.7E-H55
17.2E+05
15.8E+O5
16.2E+05
16. 1E+05
16. 1E+05
16.5E+05
18.7E+05
13.8E+05
17.. 4E+05
16.0E+05
15.6E+O5
AVERAGE
0898.
0878.
O889.
O868.
08133.
O858.
0910.
0825.
0830.
O856.
0828.
0648.
0667.
0692.
0709.
S02
6 10.
6 10.
3 10.
O 11.
6 1O.
7 11.
6 10.
4 11.
8 11.
4 11.
1 10.
5 11.
8 11.
4 10.
2 11.
INLET
EMISSIONS
7
8
•3
O
8
1
9
0
1
0
9
5
0
9
1
333.9
334 . 6
334.4
332. 3
333.8
334.6
334.3
332.4
333. 1
333.6
333.3
331.2
333.9
332.5
332.7
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
tt/MMBTU
27
28
23
23
25
25
27
28
31
00
32
28
32
31
32
28
27
31
21
12
23
29
29
24
27
.5E-01
.6E-01
.8E-01
.9E-01
. 1E-01
.4E-01
. 7E-01
. 6E-01
. 4E-01
.OE-02
. 5E-O1
. 8E-01
.5E-01
. 3E-01
. 7E-01
. 8E-01
. 9E-01
. 3E-01
. 8E-01
. 3E-O1
. 9E-01
. 9E-01
. 5E-01
. 6E-O1
. 4E-O1

























tt/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02

OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO. 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
SO2 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
tt/MMBTU
92.9E-02
10.2E-01
98. 1E-02
89.3E-02
76.6E-02
84. «E-02
87.5E-02
80.3E-02
69. 1E-02
00. OE-02
ll.OE-01
15.9E-01
88.2E-02
89.3E-02
99. 9E-O2
95. OE-02
10.3E-01
ll.OE-01
10.3E-01
93.4E-02
10.4E-01
89.3E-02
93.7E-02
10.0E-01
96.5E-02
166.
165.
165.
165.
165.
166.
167.
164.
166.
166.
167.
165.
167.
166.
166.
S02
3
2
4
7
7
0
3
7
4
1
0
2
8
7
7
INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0229.2
0213.5
0244.5
O24O. 7
0232.0
0233.7
0246. O
0213.9
0252.0
0236.4
O259.O
0214.4
0245. 1
0261.6
0245.0
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
66.3
64.2
58.7
62.6
69.5
66.6
68.4
72.0
78. O
00.0
66.2
44.8
72.8
71.5
69.4
67.0
62.9
65.0
52.8
24.0
56.5
70. 1
68.3
59.2
63.3
11.8 176.6
12.2 176.6
12.0 177.4
12.2 178.9
12. 1 177.4 GOOD HOUR
12.3 178.9
12.2 179.2
12.3 178.6
12.4 178.5
12.3 178.8 GOOD HOUR
12.3 178.6
13.1 177.4
12.5 178.7
12.4 178.5
12.6 178.3 GOOD HOUR



GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD [JAY

-------
ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT  9,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT  9,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN909O
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9090
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9090
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
•f
en 0100
0200
0300
0400
0500
OfcOO
0700
0800
0900
1 OOO
1100
1200
1 300

09080
08730
08560
09420
08560
OI3O50
08560
07880
09433
09633s
08028
08831
09433

OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO

BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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!=•
1
cr.
CO



1400
1500
I6OO
1700
1800
1900
2000
2IOO
2200
2:300
2400
DATE
09/O9
09/09
O9/O9
O9/O9
09/09
09/09
0'»/09
09/09
09/09
09/09
O9/09
09 /O9
09/09
O9/09
O9/O9
09/0°
08429 OOOOO
00031 OOOOO
O09fc3 OOOOO
10636 OOOOO
O9834 OOOOO
09231L' OOOOO
096-29 OOOOO
07626 OOOOO
O'>031 OOOOO
11038 OOOOO
1 1 038 OOOOO
TIME CO
00: 13 01
O0:28 01
OOJ43 01
00:58 01
AVERAGE
01: 13 01
0 1 : 23 01
01:43 01
0 1 : 58 0 1
OVERAGE
02s 13 01
02:28 01
02:43 01
O2: 58 01
AVERAGE
O3s 13 01
03:28 01
03:43 01
03:58 Ol
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET
PPM
0716.2
0651.7
0696.9
0785.4
0712.6
0724.2
0659. O
0617. 1
063!r..7
0659.0
0596.5
0573.2
0520.0
0530.0
0554 . 9
0553.3
0578.6
0543.3
06O4 . 5
0569. 
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cr>
O9/O9
O9/O9
O9/O9

09/O9
09/09
09/09
O9/O9

09/O9
09/09
09/09
09/O9

09 /O9
09/O9
09/O9
09 /O9

09/09
09 /O9
09/09
09/09

09/09
09/09
09/09
O9/09

09/09
09/09
09/O9
O9/O9

09/09
09/09
09/09
09 /O9

OU/09
09 /O9
O9/O9
04:28
O4: 43
04:58

O5s 13
05328
O5J43
05s 59

06:03
O6S28
O6:43
06:58

07i 13
O7=28
07:43
07«58

08:09
08:24
03:39
08:59

09: 14
09:22
09! 37
09:45

10:00
10:35
10:50
11:05

11: 10
11:25
11:40
11:55

12" 10
12:20
12:35
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
OO
AVERAGE
00
OO
00
00
AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
00
01
00
00
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
OO
00
00
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
O724.2
O73O.8
O764. 1
0723.0
0803.3
0839.2
07O3.2
0000.0
0783.6
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
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0000.0
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1145.8
0000.0
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1145.8
1221.6
1158.4
1076. O
0934.3
1097.6
0000.0
0000.0
0000..0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
1059.3
0901.7
0893.8
0951.6
081O.O
0000.0
0859.8
O9.4
O9.6
O9. 7
09.6
O9.8
09.8
10.2
10.9
13.6
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
10.7
00.0
00.0
10.7
10.8
OS. 8
09.7
1O.5
10.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
08.8
09.6
09.2
09.2
09.6
OO.O
O9.4
331.5
329.5
33O. 1
330 . 4
332.8
331.3
331. 1
33O. 2
441.8
OOO.O
OOO . 0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
332.5
334.7
000.0
667.2
336.3
340.2
332. 2
334.6
335.8
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
319. 1
322.8
326.2
322.7
324.3
OOO.O
327.3
OOOO.O
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OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
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0000.0
0000.0
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0000.0
0000.0
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0000.0
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0000.0
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0000.0
0000.0
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0000.0
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0000.0
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0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
164.8
164. 1
163.8
164.4
165. 1
161.9
162.4
162.2
217.2
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
157.3
159.2
000.0
316.5
159.8
161.0
154.6
159.6
158.8
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
178. 1
163.9
154.2
165.4
152.2
000.0
152.6
0273.7
O255. 2
O264.5
0265.8
0262.8
0261.4
0228.2
0224.5
0325.6
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
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0000.0
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0361.8
0000.0
0000.0
0361.8
0372. 7
0382.6
O286.0
O261. 1
O325.6
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0477.5
O356.6
0224.2
O352.8
0221.4
OOOO.O
0302.0
1O.7
1O.9
11. O
11.0
11.2
11.1
11.5
12.4
15.4
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
O9.5
OO.O
00.0
09.5
12.1
1O.7
11.7
12.8
11.8
OO.O
OO.O
00.0
OO.O
OO.O
00.0
O9.3
1O.2
09.6
09.7
09.9
00.0
11.2
177.2
176.8
176.2
176.8
176.0
174.9
174.8
174.2
233.3
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
17O.7
173.7
OOO.O
344.4
173.7
175.6
169.2
174.9
173.4
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
189.3
182.9
176.2
182.8
170.7
OOO.O
17O.7



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




BAD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




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 O9/O9


 09/09
 O9/Q9
 09/09
 O9/09
 O9/09
 09/O9
 O9/O9
 O9/O9
 09/09
 09/09
 O9/09
 09/09
 09/09
 09/09
 O9/09
 09/09
 09/09
 09/09
 0
O9/09
O9/09
 12S5O Ol
        AVERAGE

 13105 OO
 13320 01
 13:35 01
 13«50 01
        AVERAGE

 14106 Ol
 14:21 00
 14539 Ol
 14S54 01
        AVERAGE

 15109 01
 15124 01
 15:39 01
 13:54 01
        AVERAGE

 16:00 00
 161 16 01
 16:31  01
 16! 46 01
        AVERAGE

 17*01  00
 17! 16  01
 17:31  01
 17:46  01
        AVERAGE

 18:00  OO
 18:24  01
 18:39  01
 18:54  01
        AVERAGE

 19:0"  Ol
 19:24  01
 19:39  01
 19:54  00
       AVERAGE

20:03  00
20: 18  01
20:33  01
2O:48  01
        AVERAGE
0732.8
O8O7.5
OOOO.O
0572.6
0671.0
0816.6
O686. 7
0811.3
0000.0
1037.4
1 116.5
O988.4
1129.8
1182.4
1288. 1
1322.7
123O.8
0000.0
1322.7
1216.3
1240.9
126O.O
OOOO.O
1032.7
1106.6
1087.9
1075.7
OOOO.O
1163.8
1020.8
0956. 3
1047.0
0889. 1
0838.6
0832.6
OOOO. 0
0853.4
0000.0
0699.6
0794.0
OS 17. 3
O770.3
09.8
09.6
00.0
10.6
10.0
O9.5
1O.O
09.5
00.0
09.0
08.6
09.0
08.4
08.6
06. 1
07.9
08.3
00. O
07.8
O7.8
07.6
07.7
00.0
08.9
08.4
O8.6
08.6
00.0
08.6
09. 1
09.5
O9. 1
09.5
09.6
09. 7
00.0
09.6
00.0
10.3
O9. 9
O<5 . 2
09.8
327. 1
326.2
32B. 1
325 . 9
326.8
325.5
435.4
323.9
OOO.O
326.2
327.5
325.9
327.9
326.9
328.2
328.9
328.0
000.0
328.4
329. 1
330.8
329.4
000.0
331.3
332.4
329.3
331.0
000.0
331.3
332.3
330.7
331.4
330.3
329.6
331.7
OOO . O
3 30 . 5
OOO.O
331.7
328.8
328.4
329.6
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
153.3
152.7
154. 1
153.7
154.2
15O.2
204. 1
152.3
OOO.O
158. 1
151.0
153.8
150.8
149.9
15O.8
150.5
150.5
000.0
150.9
151.4
151.9
151.4
000.0
150.6
151.0
150.3
150.6
OOO.O
152.2
152.9
152.2
152.4
15O.8
150.6
152.5
OOO.O
151.3
OOO.O
175. 1
166.7
156.3
1 66 . O
0314.7
0279.4
OOOO.O
0298.5
0345.9
O372.6
0339. 0
0350.7
OOOO.O
O386.7
0360.7
0366.0
0396.6
0345.9
0408.9
0416.3
0391.9
OOOO.O
0331.0
0299.6
O323.2
0317.9
0000.0
0311.6
0327.3
0249.5
0296. 1
0000.0
0343. 1
0327.8
O317.9
0329.6
0312.2
0307.6
0322.5
OOOO.O
0314. 1
OOOO.O
0511.4
O320.7
0299.5
0377.2
1O.4
10.5
00.0
11.6
10.6
1O.2
10.8
1O.3
00.0
09.3
09.0
09.5
08.9
08.7
08.3
07.9
08.5
00.0
O8.6
O8.6
08.3
08.5
00.0
10.2
09.7
09.8
09.9
00.0
09.8
10. 1
10.4
10.1
10.6
10.8
11.0
00.0
10.8
00.0
11.4
10.7
10. 1
1O.7
170. 1
17O.5
169.8
171. O
171.0
167.9
226. 6
170.0
OOO.O
167.7
168.6
168.8
168.0
166.6
166.9
167.3
167.2
OOO.O
166.9
167.2
168. O
167.4
OOO.O
168.6
168.7
167.7
168.3
OOO.O
169.6
169.1
168.9
169.2
167.5
167.3
169.0
000.0
167.9
000.0
179.9
189.8
176. O
181.9

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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0
O9/09
O9/O9
09/09

09/09
09/09
09/09
09/09

2:1 1 03
215 18
21:33
21:48

2:23O3
22: 18
22S33
22:48

22103
22U8
22133
22:48

TIME HEAT INPUT


00:58
01:58
i 02150
^ 03:58
04:58
05:58
06:53
07J58
O8SS9
09:45
11:05
11:55
12:50
13:50
14:54
15:54
16:46
17:46
18:54
19:54
20:4(3
21:48
22:48
22: 48

BTU/HR

11.4E+07
10.9E+O7
10.7E+07
1 1 . 8E+07
10.7E+O7
1O. 1E+07
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
12.0E+07
OO.OE-02
1 1 . OE+07
1 1 . 8E+07
10.5E+07
1 1 . 3E+O7
I2.0E+O6
13.3E+07
12.3E+07
1 1 . 5E+07
12.0E+07
95.3E+06
1 1 . 3E+07
13.8E+07
13.8E+07

OO
Ol
Ol
01
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
00
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
23.3E+05
21.3E+03
20. 1E+05
22. 1E+05
19.4E+05
28.2E+05
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
22. 6E+05
OO.OE-02
19.4E+05
21.4E+05
19.9E+05
19.5E+05
19.5E+04
20. 7E+05
20.6E+05
20.0E+05
21.9lt>05
17.6E+05
18.6E+05
22.0E+05
22.0E-I-05
AVERAGE
OOOO.O 00.
07O8.2 O8.
O816.O O8.
0929.0 O8.
0817.7 08.
OOOO.O 00.
0939.0 08.
0954.3 08.
O927.O 08.
0940. 1 08.
OOOO.O OO.
0856.3 08.
0872.5 07.
0000.0 00.
0864.5 08.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
24.3E-O1
21.4E-01
17.3E-O1
17.7E-01
21.8E-01
36.4E-01
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
34. 1E-01
OO.OE-02
27.7E-01
24.3E-01
21.5E-01
28.4E-01
33.1E-01
32.6E-01
29.9E-01
30. 1E-01
25.7E-01
23.6E-01
22.4E-01
24.8E-01
22.8E-01
26.0E-01
O
9
5
O
5
0
0
0
0
O
O
2
8
0
0
OOO.O
329.4
329.6
328.9
329.3
000.0
311.0
322.4
326.7
320. O
OOO.O
330.3
326.2
000.0
328.4
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS


























*/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02

OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
M/MMBTU
10.9E-01
91.9E-02
87.2E-O2
91.6E-02
91.0E-02
20.2E-O1
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
12.2E-01
OO.OE-02
10.7E-O1
91.5E-02
11.4E-01
ll.OE-01
10.7E-O1
87.4E-02
91.7E-O2
10.4E-01
10.6E-01
12.6E-01
94.4E-02
85.8E-02
84.4E-02
10.5E-01
000.0
154.5
153. 1
153. 1
153.6
OOO.O
146.6
148.9
148.6
148.0
000.0
149.4
148.0
000.0
148.7
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
100
10O
100
100
100
1OO
OOO
000
000
1OO
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

OOOO.O
O328.O
0334.8
0359. 1
O340.6
OOOO.O
0321.3
O327.&
0317.9
0322. 3
OOOO.O
0311.1
0328.2
OOOO.O
0319.7
00.
O9.
08.
O7.
08.
00.
08.
08.
08.
08.
00.
08.
07.
00.
08.
O OOO.O
2 171.5
7 168.9
9 168.7
6 169.7 GOOD
0 OOO.O
1 167.4
1 168.4
1 167. 1
1 167.6 GOOD
O 000. O
2 166.6
8 167.1
O 000.0
0 166.9 GOOD




HOUR




HOUR




HOUR
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
55.1
37.0
49.5
48.4
58.3
44.6
00. 0
00.0
OO.O
64.2
OO.O
61.3
62.4
46.9
61.3
67.6
73.2
69.3
65.5
58.8
46.5
57.9
65.4
63. O
58.8



























GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
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GOOD   Ti

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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ?  "SEPT  1O,1980"
                                                       PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE  FGD  SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT  10,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9100
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9100
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P91OO
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
^ 0100
0200
0300
04OO
0500
0600
0700
oeoo
0900
1000
1100
:I200
1 3OO
10035
11038
10436
10035
10035
10035
1 00:-:5
09633
08637
09026
08657
03289
09026
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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I
OO
 1400

 1500

 1600

 170O

 1800

 1900

 2000

 2100

 2200

 23OO

 2400

 DATE

O9/10
09/10
09/10
09/10
       09/10
       O9/10
       09/1O
       09/10
       09/10
       09/10
       09/10
       09/10
       09/10
       09/1O
       09/10
       09/10
       09/10
09026
07920
09210
09210
08473
09578
O9578
09762
O9210
08841
08841
TIME
ooooo
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET 027.
PPM
OO«O3
00= 18
O0:33
OOS48

01 103
01: 18
Ol:33
01:48

02S03
02S18
02833
02H48

03103
03: 18
03:33
03148

04:03
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
OO
01
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
OOOO.
074O.
0734.
0759.
0745.
0000.
0761.
0726.
O735.
0741.
OOOO.
0927.
1077.
0945.
0983.
OOOO.
O960.
0996.
0997.
0984.
OOOO.
0
8
8
4
0
0
4
8
5
2
0
0
3
6
3
O
9
2
5
9
0
00.
08.
08.
08.
08.
OO.
08.
O8.
08.
08.
OO.
07.
07.
08.
07.
00.
08.
OS.
08.
08.
00.
0
3
7
5
5
O
7
4
8
6
0
7
0
6
8
0
3
5
5
4
0
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
ooo.
329.
330.
331.
330.
000.
333.
332.
330.
332.
000.
331.
332.
330.
331.
000.
333.
332.
327.
331.
000.

O
3
1
2
2
0
8
2
8
3
O
3
9
1
4
O
2
2
8
1
O
S02 INTER
   PPM
 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0

 OOOO.O
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 OOOO.O

 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0

 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0
 0000.0

 OOOO.O
TEMP
  F
000.0
146.8
147.7
148.8
147.8

000.0
149.9
148.5
149.6
149.3

OOO.O
159.8
158.9
156. 1
158.3

000.0
157.7
157.7
153.6
156.3

OOO.O
S02 OUTLET  02V.  TEMP
    PPM           F
  OOOO.O    00.0  OOO.O
  0325.4    08.7  165.0
  0324.3    O9.0  165.6
  O339.7    09.O  167.0
  0329.8    08.9  165.9  GOOD HOUR
                                                                             0000.0    OO.O  OOO.O
                                                                             0331.7    09.0  167.2
                                                                             0357.9    08.4  167.0
                                                                             0316.7    09.3  166.6
                                                                             0335.4    08.9  166.9  GOOD HOUR

                                                                             0000.0    OO.O  OOO.O
                                                                             0359.5    08.3  181.2
                                                                             0382.4    07.0  177.2
                                                                             0306.9    09.2  173.8
                                                                             O349.6    08.2  177.4  GOOD HOUR

                                                                             OOOO.O    OO.O  OOO.O
                                                                             0310.4    08.6  173.9
                                                                             O312.7    08.9  175.0
                                                                             0328.1    09.1  172.5
                                                                             O317.1    O8.9  173.8  GOOD HOUR

                                                                             OOOO.O    00.0  OOO.O

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09/10
O9/1O
O9/1O

09/10
09/10
09/10
09/10

O9/1O
09/10
09/10
09/10

09/10
09/10
09/10
O9/1O

09/1O
09/10
O9/10
09/10

O9/10
00/10
09/10
00/10

09/10
09/10
09/10
09/1 0

O9/10
09/10
09/10
no/10

09/1O
OO/10
09/10
04s 18
04:33
O4:48

O5IO3
O5: 18
05:33
05148

06103
06! 18
06S33
O6!48

07IO3
07« 18
07:33
07148

O8:03
O8: 18
08:33
08:48

09103
oo : 18
09: 33
09:48

10100
10:30
10:45
10S58

1U07
11:22
11:37
1 1 : 52

12100
12: 15
12: 3O
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGIi
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
00
00
OO
AVERAGE
01
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
1012. 1
1004.8
1O1O. 1
10O9.O
OOOO.O
0979.5
1020.8
1O03.5
1001.3
OOOO. 0
1044.1
1029.4
101O.8
1028. 1
0000.0
0863.2
0932.3
1025.4
0940.3
OOOO.O
1056.7
0986.9
1046.0
1029.9
0000.0
1126.5
1147.8
1 122.5
1 132. 3
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. O
1292. 1
1026. 1
1027.4
105O.O
1098.9
0000.0
1023.3
1 O29 . 4
08.4
08.5
08.6
OS. 5
OO.O
08.6
08.7
08.9
08.7
OO.O
08.5
09.0
09. 1
08.9
00.0
09.5
09.5
09.2
09.4
00.0
09. 1
09.6
09.2
09. 3
00.0
08.5
08.9
09. 2
08. 9
00.0
OO.O
00. 0
00.0
OO. 0
09.0
09.7
09.7
00. 1
O". 4
OO.O
09. 3
08. B
378.6
332.7
330.6
347.3
000.0
333.0
331.9
333.4
332.8
OOO.O
334. O
331.9
332. 1
332.7
000.0
333. 1
334.9
333.o
334.0
000.0
334.5
334. 1
333.9
334.2
000.0
337.4
330. 1
339.0
335.5
OOO.O
000 . 0
OOO . 0
000.0
000. O
334.0
328. 1
324 . 9
327.8
328.7
000.0
327.4
325.2
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
152.5
155.2
153. 1
153.6
OOO.O
155.0
154.5
155.8
155. 1
OOO.O
155.4
153.9
154.5
154.6
OOO.O
153.6
154.5
154.9
154.3
OOO.O
153.5
153.9
154.2
153.9
000.0
156.7
152.4
158.8
156.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO. 0
OOO . 0
153.9
167.7
159.5
159.7
160.2
OOO . O
155.6
153.2
0334.9
0327. O
0322.4
0328. 1
OOOO.O
O305.O
0375.3
O343.O
0341.2
OOOO.O
0329.2
O321.5
0308.9
O319.9
OOOO.O
0281. 1
0318.4
0335.4
0311.6
OOOO.O
0331.8
0294.2
0316.3
0314.1
OOOO.O
0365.9
0428.8
0435.2
041O.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0337.6
0435.9
O337.7
O276.2
0346.8
OOOO.O
O254.4
0271.8
09.2
09.2
09.4
09.3
00.0
09.4
09.1
09.2
09.2
OO.O
08.5
09.3
09.3
09. 1
OO.O
10.5
10.0
O9.4
10.0
OO.O
09.2
1O.4
09.8
09.8
00.0
09.2
O9.8
10.2
09.7
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
OO.O
09.7
10.7
10.2
09.9
10. 1
OO.O
10.4
09.4
172.7
175.4
173.0
173.7
OOO.O
172.9
173. 1
173.7
173.2
OOO.O
173.8
172.0
172.7
172.8
OOO.O
172.6
174.2
173.2
173.3
OOO.O
171.7
171.2
171.4
171.4
000.0
174.0
168.8
174.9
172.6
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
OOO. 0
000.0
172. 1
185.3
192.3
182.8
183. 1
OOO.O
174.9
173.7



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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09/10

09/10
09/10
09/10
09/10

09/1O
09/10
09/10
09/10

09/10
09/10
09/10
09/10

O9/10
09/10
09/1 0
O9/10

09/10
09/10
09/:lO
O9/1O

09/10
09/10
09/10
O9/1O

09/10
09/10
09/10
09/10

09/10
09/10
09 / 1 0
O<3 / 1 o

12S45

13100
13s 15
13«30
13:45

14100
14: 16
14" 31
14:4(i

:15!01
15: 16
15:31
15546

16501
16: 15
16:35
16:50

17:05
17S2O
17:35
17:50

17:52
18:24
18:39
18=54

l'>:09
19:24
19:39
19:48

20: 13
20:28
2O:43
20:58

Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
00
AVERAGE
01
01
01
00
AVERAGE
1O62.O
1038.2
OOOO.O
1O28.8
1079.3
1123.9
1077.3
OOOO.O
1169.1
1012.8
1012.8
1064.9
OOOO.O
1054.7
1312.0
1301.4
1222.7
OOOO.O
1118.5
134O.O
1147. 1
1201.9
OOOO.O
0898.4
1064.0
0893.8
0952. 1
0000.0
0995.5
1115.9
1079.3
1063.6
1077.3
1199.0
1197.0
0000.0
11-57.8
1373.9
1309.4
1342.6
oooo . o
1342.0
O8.5
OS. 9
OO.O
08.9
08.4
08.2
08.5
OO.O
09.2
O9.6
10. O
09.6
00.0
09.1
08. 1
08.2
08.5
00.0
08.0
08. 1
07.8
08.0
OO.O
09. 1
07.6
O9.2
08.6
00.0
08. 1
07.5
08.2
07.9
07.7
07.2
08. 1
00.0
07.7
08.0
07.9
07.7
OO. 0
07.9
329.9
327.5
OOO.O
333.3
331.2
329.0
331.2
000.0
329.0
332.6
333. 1
331.6
000.0
331.1
329.9
379.5
346.8
000.0
330.8
333.0
333.9
332.6
OOO.O
334.9
337. 1
336.3
336. 1
000.0
336. 1
337.3
338. 1
337.2
339.9
342.7
341.4
000.0
341.3
340.6
342.5
342.3
OOO . O
34 1 . S
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000 . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
152.9
153.9
OOO.O
157.0
155.9
155.8
156.2
000.0
153.6
16O.O
166.7
160. 1
000.0
16O. 1
155.2
177. 1
164. 1
OOO.O
165.2
158.4
156.4
160.0
OOO.O
155.4
158.3
154.9
156.2
OOO.O
158.7
157.9
159.0
158.5
166.0
159.3
161. 1
000.0
162. 1
160.3
161.4
161.6
000.0
161.3
O289.8
0272.0
OOOO.O
0316.0
0307. 1
O370. 1
0331. 1
OOOO.O
0378.4
0371.4
0393.9
0381.2
0000.0
0868.4
0621.6
073O.8
0740.3
0000.0
0455.6
0372. 1
0297.7
0375. 1
0000.0
0180.2
0284.6
0284.6
O249.8
OOOO.O
O285.4
O305.6
0283.7
0291.6
0280.8
0291.5
0321.5
0000.0
0297.9
0330.4
O343.8
O345.3
OOOO.O
0339.8
O9.2
O9.7
OO.O
O9.7
08.9
08.7
09. 1
00.0
10. O
10.4
11.1
10.5
00.0
10.1
O8.8
O8.7
09.2
00.0
O8.7
08.5
08.5
08.6
OO.O
10.4
OS. 3
10.5
09.7
OO.O
O9.2
08.2
08.9
08.8
08.6
08. 1
O9. 1
00.0
08.6
09. 1
08.9
08.7
00.0
08.9
174.5
174.4
OOO.O
177.3
175.5
174.3
175.7
000.0
174. 1
178.3
182.1
178.2
OOO.O
180.0
178. 1
189.0
182.4
000.0
201.6
185. 1
181. 1
189.3
000.0
18O.O
180.3
178.0
179.4
OOO.O
176.2
175.9
176.5
176.2
177.5
181.5
177.6
OOO.O
178.9
178.2
176.5
176.8
000.0
177.2

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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0^/10
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09/10
09/10
09/10
09/1O

09/10
09/10
09/10
09/10

TIME HEAT
21: 13
21s 28
21:43
21»59

22i 13
22:28
22:43
22:58

231 13
23 a 28
23:43
23158

INPUT
BTU/HR


OOI48 12.5E+07
-j-, OH48 13.8E+07
" 02146 13.0E+07
^ 03:48 12.
04:48 12.
05148 12.
06:48 12.
07:48 12.
. :r.E+07
5E+07
5E+07
5E+07
OE+07
08148 10.8E+07
O9J48 11.
3E+07
10:58 OO.OE-02
11:52 1O.
12:45 11.
13:45 11.
14:46 99.
15:46 11.
16:50 11.
4E+07
3E+07
3E-I-07
OE+06
!5E+07
3E+07
17150 10.6E+O7
18:54 12.
19:48 12.
20:58 12.
21:58 11.
22:513 11.
23:58 11.

OE+07
OE+07
2E+07
5E+07
1E+07
!E-»-07

01
Ol
01
oo
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
00
AVERAGE
01
01
01
00
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRftTE
DSCF/HR
20.8E+05
23. 1E+05
20.4E+O3
20.7E+05
20.SE+05
21.. 2E-K>5
21.4E+05
21.5E*05
19. 1E+05
19.2E+05
OO.OE-02
18.5ir*05
19.2E+05
18.7E+05
18.0lf+05
19.0E-1-05
18.3E+05
17.7I->05
19.OE+05
18.6E+05
19.2E+05
18. 1E+05
18. 1E+05
18.7lf>05
AVERAGE
1274. 1 07.
1350.0 O7.
1370.6 08.
OOOO.O OO.
1331.6 07.
13OO.7 08.
1266.2 08.
1301.4 08.
OOOO.O 00.
1289.4 08.
1193.0 08.
1201.0 08.
1116.5 09.
OOOO.O 00.
1170.2 08.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
20.5E-01
20.6E-01
25.5E-01
26.9E-O1
27.7E-01
28.0E-01
29. 1E-O1
27.9E-01
30.2E-01
32. 1E-01
OO.OE-02
32.5E-01
29.4E-01
29.6E-O1
32. 1E-01
33.5E-01
31.7E-01
26.4E-01
27.9E-01
29.8E-01
35. 1E-01
34.8E-O1
35. 1E-01
32.9E-01
29.5E-O1
8
8
0
0
9
4
5
•->
0
4
6
5
2
0
8
344.6
347.4
341 . 4
OOO.O
344.5
342.3
342.3
343.7
OOO.O
342.8
342.2
341.0
341.3
OOO.O
341.5
SO2 INTER
EMISSIONS


























M/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2

OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
93.6E-02
95.2E-02
93.5E-02
89.8E-02
96. 1E-02
99.6E-02
92.4E-02
97. 1E-02
96.4E-02
12.5E-01
OO.OE-02
ll.OE-01
82.5E-02
95.6E-02
12.5E-01
21.6E-01
1O.4E-01
76.2E-02
81.9E-02
82.5E-02
96.5E-02
1O.6E-O1
93. 1E-02
69.2E-02
1O. 1E-01
160.
16O.
16O.
OOO.
160.
159.
159.
160.
000.
159.
159.
157.
157.
000.
158.
8
5
2
o
5
0
2
5
0
6
1
3
9
O
1
SO2 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























100
100
100
100
100
100
100
1OO
100
1OO
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0345.5
0371.5
0385.8
OOOO . 0
O367.6
0314.5
0302.4
03O6.6
OOOO.O
0307.8
0249. 1
0229.2
O188.3
OOOO.O
0222.2
SO2 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
34.3
53.7
63.3
66.6
65.3
64.5
68.3
65. 1
68. 1
61.0
00.0
66.2
71.9
67.7
61. 1
35.7
67.3
71.2
70.7
72.3
72.5
69.6
73.4
78.9
65.6
09
08
O9
00
09
09
09
09
00
09
09
09
10
00
10




























.2 175.9
.9 177.0
. 1 176.6
. O OOO.O
. 1 176.5
.7 175.1
.7 174.9
.5 175.7
. O OOO.O
.6 175.2
.8 171.9
.7 17O.5
.4 17O.2
.O OOO.O
.0 170.9



GOOD HOUR
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GOOD HOUR
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GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
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GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
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GOOD HOUR

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ENTER FILE NAME
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&NIER OUVKM FILE
y oo) vi i.o
ENTER PROCESS BAIA
y pvno
EN1ER HE A I INf'UT C
y i i^boo
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Ltl/HK
0100 10130
01200 101.10
0300 09V 62
0400 10130
O'-iOO Of/ 62
0600 10130
	 -070O 	 -10U&7
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1100 !Gb40
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NAME
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Lll/HR
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00000 BT NO
	 00000 BT - 	 -- --NO- ..._..- 	 	 ._. 	 	 	 	
00000 H 1 NO
00000 BT NO 101.Jt) 00000 BT NO
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00000 1.1 1 NO
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Ol
01
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AVERAGE
Ol
01
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1110.6 -
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11/9.7
0000.0
1149.2

14/0.3
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1 4 .1. 6 . 0
1336.0 -
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1.40V .8
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00.0
08.2

06 . 8
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00.0
07,9
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NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
1 EMP
1-
34-1 .a
340.6
310.6
OOO.O
340.8

341 .3
341 .4
OOO.O
340 . 6

340. 1
340.4
OOO . 0
340 . 2
,*»S.4
336.8
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336.6



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- -OOOO,0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO 0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
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0000.0
0000.0
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159.2
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17t>.6
1 /2.9
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177.6



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PPM
O264.1
0284 . 6
0288.2
0000.0
02/9.0

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0344.2
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0321.3
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08.8
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08.S
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08 . 9
08 . 9
00.0
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09-, 3-
09.4
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169.9
168.'.J.
000.0
169.4
1 JL"J JL
169.6
16/.9
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168.4
1 69 , 1
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1/0.8
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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT 13,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FED SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT 13,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 7 IN9130
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9130
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 '•f P9130
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 '? 125OO
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
CO 0 1 OO
0200
0300
O400
050O
O60O
0700
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0900
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1 1 00
1 200
1300
09903
09903
09126
O9320
09320
09903
10291
1O291
10972
10565
09955
10768
1 0565
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OOOOO
OOOOO
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BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1700
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2100
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2300
2400
DATE

-f 09/13
CO O9/13
CO 00/i3
O9/13

09/13
09/1 3
09/13
09/1 3

09/13
09/13
09/13
09/13
09/13
09/13
09/13
O9/1 ?

10565
0<>752
09549
09752
10362
10972
1O972
11175
09752
09955
11175
TIME

00: 14
00:29
00:44
00:59

01: 14
01:29
01:44
01 :59

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02:44
O2:59
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S02 INLET
PPM
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F
340.0
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341.3
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171.9
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171.7
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169.7
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170.4
169.0
167.7
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170.0
168.6
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09/13

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O4:44
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08:59

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09:59

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10:29
1O:44
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11:45

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165.6
169.9
166.9
159. 1
OOO.O
21O. 1
1 78 . 7
1209.5
1209.5
0336.6
0299.6
OOOO.O
0301.5
0312.6
0291. 1
0305.0
OOOO.O
0861.8
0486. O
O419.9
0299.3
OOOO.O
0288.6
0335.9
0272.9
0457.9
OOOO.O
0309.5
0346.8
0307.9
0314. 1
0000.0
0325.3
O315.8
0314.9
0309. 1
OOOO.O
0281.7
0301.9
0279.4
0498.6
0000.0
O275.0
0351. O
0275.7
0282.4
OOOO.O
0810.2
O456. 1
O8.4
08.4
08.4
O8.3
00.0
08.4
08. 4
O9.6
O9.6
OO.O
10. 1
09.8
09.3
09. 1
00.0
09.8
O9. 4
11.1
10.7
00.0
08.9
10.2
09.6
09.5
OO.O
08.2
09. 1
08.7
08. 1
00.0
08.2
08.3
08.8
08. 1
00.0
08. 1
O8.3
08. 1
08.4
OO.O
08.2
O8. 2
218.3
218.3
183.9
176.2
OOO.O
173-3
177. *
174.9
175.3
OOO.O
195.0
181.7
187.5
176.2
OOO.O
177. 1
180.3
178. 1
175.1
OOO.O
180.9
178.0
174.0
175.1
000.0
173.0
174.0
173.8
173.5
000.0
173.8
173.7
174.2
188.6
000.0
179.8
180.9
175.6
173. 1
000.0
220.0
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21SO3
21: 18
21:33
21:48

22:03
22: 18
22:33
22:48

23:03
23: 18
23133
23:48

TIME HEAT INPUT


00:59
01:59
02t 59
03:59
04»59
05159
06:59
07:59
08 : 59
ri9i59
10:59
11:45
12n4f.)
13:48
14:43
15:48
16:48
17:48
18:43
19:48
20:43
21:48
22: 43
23: 43

BTU/HR

12.4E+07
12.4E+07
1 1 . 4E+O7
1 1 . 7E+07
1 1 . 7E+07
12.4E+07
12.9E+07
12.9E+07
13.7E+07
13.2E+07
12.4E+07
13.5E+07
OO.OE-02
13.2E+07
12.2E+07
1 1 . 9E+07
12.2E+07
13.0E+07
13.7E+07
13.7E+07
14.0E+07
12.2E+07
12.4E+-07
14.0E+07

01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
OO
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
17.6E+05
17.4E+05
16.8E+05
16.8E+05
17.0E+05
19.0E+05
18.6E+05
18.9E+05
20. IE +05
19.7E+O5
19. lE-t-05
19.5E+O5
OO.OE-02
20.7E+05
21.0E+05
20.4E+05
22.5E-I-05
21.7E+05
21 .6E+05
21. 3E+05
21.7E+O5
20.7E+O5
21.3E+05
21.3E+05
AVERAGE
1127.2 08.
1068.7 08.
OOOO.O 00.
1002.8 08.
1066.2 O8.
0950.3 09.
0844.6 10.
0000.0 00.
1294.8 07.
1020.9 09.
1398.5 06.
12O4.3 O7.
OOOO.O 00.
1212.3 08.
1271.7 07.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
33.6E-01
38. 1E-01
38.3E-01
39.2E-01
38.3E-01
34.5E-O1
34.9E-01
36. IE -01
36.0E-01
35.6E-O1
29.9E-O1
27.5E-01
OO.OE-02
33.3E-01
31.8E-01
34.4E-01
34.0E-01
31. 1E-01
32.5E-01
31.8E-01
30.9E-01
30. 1E-01
29.9E-01
32.2E-O1
33.7E-01
S
8
O
9
8
5
4
0
6
2
5
344.4
345.2
OOO.O
341.0
343.5
339.6
337.9
000.0
339.2
338.9
339. 1
8 339.8
O OOO.O
0
4




























342.6
340.5
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO . OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02

OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
*/MMBTU
83.6E-O2
82.3E-02
80. 1E-02
93.3E-02
81.7E-02
76.5E-O2
80.8E-O2
78. 1E-02
33.2E-02
82.6E-02
75. 1E-02
11.6E-O1
OO.OE-O2
35. OE-02
14.9E-01
99.5E-02
11. 1E-01
91.2E-02
81 .8E-02
95.2E-02
12. 3E-01
36.6E-O2
89.OE-O2
78.4E-02
91.4E-02
176.
167.
OOO.
161.
168.
161.
161.
OOO.
158.
16O.
163.
158.
OOO.
163.
161.
6
3
0
1
3
8
2
0
4
5
6
9
0
1
9
SO2 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























100
100
1OO
100
100
1OO
100
100
1OO
10O
1OO
100
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

O332.O
O266.O
OOOO.O
O27O.9
0289.6
0268.4
0260. 1
OOOO.O
O341.7
0290. 1
O402.9
0241.3
0000.0
O268.8
O3O4.3
O9.
09.
OO.
O9.
O9.
1O.
11.
00.
08.
09.
06.
08.
00.
08.
07.
1 197.7
7 183. O
0 OOO.O
7 176.7
5 185.8
1 174.9
0 175.3
0 000.0
3 171.7
8 174.0
4 169.9
1 170.6
0 000.0
5 175.2
7 171.9
SO2 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
75.1
78.4
79. 1
76.2
78.7
77.9
76.9
78.4
76.9
76.8
74.9
57.9
OO.O
74.5
53.2
71. 1
67.5
70.7
74.8
70. 1
6O.3
71.2
70.2
75.6
72.4



























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                                                       PROGRAM CELDA
ENTER  DATE OF  TEST
  ">  "SEPT  14.1980"
                                                    CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                       SEPT 14,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 •? IN9140
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT914O
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 •* P9140
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 125OO
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
^ 0 1 00
ro
0200
0300
O400
0500
OliOO
O7OO
080O
0900
1000
1100
12OO
13OO
09549
OI394O
08940
09143
09!54(-.
09549
09955
10768
09123
09528
09123
O8718
O8718
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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14OO
150O
1*00
1700
1800
19OO
200O
2100
2200
230O
2400
DATE
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09/14
09/14
09/14
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O9/14
09/14
09/14
09/14
085 1!5
08515
OK515
06920
08920
O8109
07907
07704
08718
08515
08920
TIME
OOJ03
OOi IB
00133
00a48
OH 03
01: 18
01:33
OH48
02»O3
02: 18
02:33
02»48
03:03
03: 18
03:33
03=4(3
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT

S02 INLET 02'/.
PPM
1141.6 08.4
1136.4 08.7
0000.0 00.0
1154.4 01*. 4
1144.1 08.5
1174.4
1171.7
0000.0
1209.6
1185.2
1126.5
1219.6
0000.0
1286. 1
1210.7
1314.7
1334.7
0000.0
1214.9
1283. 1
08.2
07.9
00. 0
013. 1
08.1
08.8
08.0
00.0
07.9
08.2
07.9
O7.9
00.0
08.4
08. 1
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
343. 0
343. 1
000.0
341.3
342.5
341. 1
341.3
000.0
345.0
342.5
349.2
336.9
000.0
339.6
341.9
341.0
344. 1
OOO.O
341. 1
342. 1

S02 INTER
PPM
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. 0


TEMP
F
160. 1
158.9
000.0
157.0
158.7
155.
157.
000.
157.
156.
179.
161.
000.
159.
167.
159.
159.
000.
157.
158.
9
0
0
2
7
6
7
0
8
0
4
6
0
0
7

S02 OUTLET
PPM
0272.8
0263.7
OOOO.O
0299.6
O278.7
0307.5
0294.2
0000.0
0292.3
O298.O
0476.7
0248.6
0000.0
0282.6
O336.0
0278.6
0295. 1
0000.0
0265.9
0279.9

02'/.
08.5
08.7
OO.O
O8.6
08.6
08.5
08.5
OO.O
O8.5
08.5
09.3
08.5
OO.O
08.4
O8.7
O8.4
O8.2
00.0
08.8
08.5

TEMP
F
170.2
170.3
OOO.O
168.8
169.8
168.0
168.6
000.0
169.2
168.6
185.9
18O.O
000.0
172.6
179.5
171. 1
171.9
OOO.O
169.4
170.8
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
09/14
           04:03 01
                           1048.O   O9.2  341.4
                                                      OOOO.O
                                                                 158.5
                                                                             0246.3
                                                                                        09.8   169.6

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09/14
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09/14
09/14

09/14
09/14
09/14
09/14

09/14
09/14
09/14
09/14

09/14
09/14
09/14
09/14

09/14
09/14
09/14
09/14

09/14
09/14
09/14
O45 113
04:33
04:43

05103
05: 18
05:33
05148

06«03
06: 18
06:33
O6.-4R

07103
071 18
07:33
O7C48

08103
08: 18
08:33
08:: 48

09:O3
09: 18
09:33
09:48

10«03
10: 18
10«33
10:48

1U03
11: 18
11:33
11:48

12103
12: 18
12: 33
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
01
00
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
00
Ol
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
OO
1161.8
OOOO.O
1 177.7
1 129.2
11OO.6
0000.0
0000.0
1138.5
1119.6
1162.4
1189.0
0000.0
1093.3
1148.2
1040. 1
1036. 1
OOOO.O
1057.4
1044.5
OOOO.O
0903. 1
0000.0
0859.2
0881.2
0835.2
0770. 1
OOOO.O
0902.4
0835.9
0853.9
0864.5
0000.0
0000,0;
0859.2
0801.3
0780.7
0000.0
0780.7
0787.6
0782.7
0734.8
OOOO. O
07.6
OO.O
O6.4
07.7
07.0
00.0
00.0
07.8
07.4
07.8
07.5
OO.O
08.0
07.8
08.5
07.9
00.0
07.7
08.0
OO.O
09.6
OO.O
10.0
09.8
09.8
10.2
00.0
09.0
09.7
O9.5
09.4
00.0
00.0
09.4
09.7
09.9
00.0
09.6
09.7
09.6
09.9
OO. O
341.8
000.0
343.8
342.3
341.8
OOO.O
000.0
341 .0
341.4
341.6
342.5
000.0
342.3
342. 1
339.7
342. 1
000.0
341.4
341. 1
000.0
340.9
000.0
340.4
340.7
339.0
341.9
OOO.O
338.3
339.7
337.4
337.0
OOO.O
000.0
337.2
336.6
335.5
OOO.O
333.6
335.2
326.9
327.0
OOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
158.4
000 . 0
172. O
163.0
174.2
000.0
000.0
154. 1
164.2
152.2
152.3
000.0
153.1
152.5
151.4
153.9
000.0
154.3
153.2
OOO.O
151.1
000.0
149.8
150.5
149.7
152.0
OOO.O
206.6
169.4
168.6
159.0
000.0
000.0
163.8
154.7
154.6
OOO.O
169.4
159.6
162. 1
154.9
OOO . O
O290.5
OOOO.O
0265.9
0267.6
0427. 1
0000.0
OOOO.O
0254.8
0341.0
O291.4
0294.2
0000.0
0272.8
0286. 1
O272. 1
0289. 1
OOOO.O
0407.8
0323.0
0000.0
0273.0
OOOO.O
0268.3
0270.6
0268.9
0281.3
0000.0
0922.2
0490.8
0549.8
0317.7
0000.0
0000.0
0433.7
0273.3
0269.6
OOOO.O
0443.3
0328.7
0325.3
O27O.9
OOOO.O
08. 1
OO.O
07.5
08.5
07.4
00.0
OO.O
08.2
07.8
08.1
07.7
OO.O
08.2
08.0
08.8
08.9
00.0
07.9
08.5
OO.O
09.4
00.0
10.3
09.9
10.1
10.7
OO.O
09. 1
10.0
09.6
09.6
00.0
00.0
09.6
10.2
10.5
OO.O
10.2
10.3
1O. 1
10.6
00.0
170.7
000.0
182.4
174.2
186.6
000.0
OOO.O
167.2
176.9
166.8
166.7
OOO.O
166.4
166.6
165.9
168.2
000.0
167.3
167. 1
000.0
166.3
000.0
166.4
166.4
165.5
168.0
000.0
198.5
177.3
197.3
180.5
000.0
000.0
188.9
171.7
170.8
000.0
177. 1
173.2
186.4
172.6
OOO,O



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O0:03
20: 18
20: 33
20:48

Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
O748. 1
O755.2
O76O.8
0647. O
0000.0
0657.7
0688.5
0631. O
0653.0
0000.0
O727.5
0677.2
O712.2
0784.0
0000.0
08O2.7
0766.3
0800.7
0783.4
0000.0
0780.7
0788.3
0796.7
0802.0
0000.0
0807.3
0802.0
0827.3
0789.4
0000.0
0663.0
07J59.9
0564.6
0657.7
0000.0
0640.4
0620.9
0665.7
0714.2
0000.0
07O8.2
O696 . 0
09.6
O9.7
09.8
1O.4
00.0
09.9
10.0
09.9
09.8
00.0
09.6
09.8
09.9
08.6
00.0
O9.2
09.2
09.3
09.5
00.0
09.4
09.4
09.9
09.9
00.0
09.9
09.9
09.7
09.9
00.0
10.5
10.0
11.2
10.0
00.0
10.8
10.7
1O.6
10.2
00.0
10. 1
10.3
33O.4
328. 1
331.3
334. O
OOO.O
328.5
331.3
328.7
329.6
OOO. 0
328.7
329.0
379.4
328.5
000.0
329.7
345.9
330.8
330.2
OOO.O
331.0
330. 7
333.5
333. 1
OOO.O
331.3
332.6
331.7
331.9
000.0
332.5
332.0
333.8
330.9
000.0
333. 1
332.6
333.9
334.8
OOO.O
334.8
334 . 5
OOOO.O
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oooo.o
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
oooo.o
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
0000 . 0
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
155.4
157.5
153.8
155. 1
OOO.O
152.0
153.6
152.5
154.2
OOO.O
153.2
153.3
150.9
131.6
000.0
159.2
153.9
161.5
167.4
000.0
163.0
164.0
163.1
164.6
OOO.O
159. O
162.2
160.2
162.2
000.0
160.7
161.0
186.2
192.0
000.0
166.2
181.5
164.8
165.5
OOO.O
164.5
164.9
O278.5
O291.6
O293. 1
0258.8
OOOO.O
0276. 1
0276.0
0269.2
0273.8
OOOO.O
0272. 1
0271.7
0283. O
0279.8
OOOO.O
03O3.2
0289.3
0270.3
0245.7
0000.0
0255.4
0257. 1
0290.3
0261.1
OOOO.O
0252.4
0267.9
0244.6
0238. 1
0000.0
0274.5
0252.4
O359.4
O535.6
0000.0
0285.7
0393.6
0286.3
O273.2
OOOO.O
O275.3
0278.3
1O.2
1O.3
10. 1
11.1
OO.O
10.6
10.6
10.6
10.6
00.0
10.3
10.5
10.6
09.7
OO.O
09.9
10. 1
09.6
09.7
OO.O
09.8
09.7
10.0
10.5
OO.O
10. 1
10.2
10.0
10.2
00.0
1O.8
10.3
11.7
10.7
00.0
11.4
11.3
11.3
1O.6
OO.O
10.8
10.9
17O.7
176.6
169.3
169.6
OOO.O
166.9
168.6
166.8
168.1
000.0
167.0
167.3
167.4
165.7
000.0
169.4
167.5
170.3
170. 1
OOO.O
171.7
170.7
172.9
173.2
OOO.O
170.5
172.2
170.1
169.8
OOO.O
170.8
170.2
184.4
200.2
OOO.O
180.3
188.3
178.0
175.6
OOO.O
174.8
176. 1

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09/14

09/14
O9/14

09/14
0!>/14
O9/14
QO/ 14

O9/14
09/14
O9/14
0^/14

TIME HEAT
21:03
21 1 18
21 = 33
21:48

?.:>« 03
22s 18
22:33
22:48

23«O3
23: 18
23:33
23148

1 NPUT
BTU/HR

00548 1
Ol:4B 1
021413 1

9E+07
2E+07
2E+07
O3«48 1.4E+07
04:48 1.9E+07
05148 1.
06:4(3 2.
O7«4I5 13.
08148 11.
09:48 11.
10:48 11.
'VE+07
4E+07
5E+07
4E+07
9E+07
4E+07
1H48 10.9I->07
12:48 10.
13:48 10.
14:48 10.
15:41:! 10.
16:48 11.
17t48 11.
18:48 10.
19:48 93.
20148 96.
21:41? 10.
22:43 1O.
2?: 48 11.

9E+07
6E+07
6E+07
6E+07
2E+07
2E+07
1E+07
8E+06
3E+06
9E+07
6E+07
2E+07

01
01
00
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
FLUE OAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
19.8E+05
17.9E+05
18. 1E+05
ie.3E-t-05
18.6E+05
18. 1E+O5
19.4E+05
21.5E+05
21. 1E+05
P1.1E+05
20.7E+05
20.0E-I-05
20.0E+05
20. lE-t-05
19.6E+05
18.7E+O5
19.9E+05
20.8E+05
19. 1E+05
19.8E+05
16.6E+05
20.3E+05
19.2E+05
20. IE +05
AVERAGE
0777.4 09.
0762.1 1O.
OOOO.O OO.
079O.O 10.
0776.5 09.
0850.5 09.
0869.8 09.
OOOO.O 00.
O932.3 O9.
0884.2 O9.
0889.8 09.
0855.2 09.
OOOO.O OO.
O913.0 09.
0886.0 O9.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
31.4E-01
31.5E-01
32.6E-01
34.2E-01
29.2E-01
28.3E-O1
29.8E-01
27.7E-01
27.0E-01
23.7E-01
25.1E-01
24.0E-01
23.0E-01
21.6E-01
20.7E-01
22.4E-01
23.4E-01
24.8E-01
23.8E-01
20.7E-01
22.4E-01
24.0E-01
26.4E-01
26.5E-01
:?6. 1E-01
5
1
0
0
9
8
7
0
0
5
6
9
0
0
5
335.8
334.9
OOO.O
333.6
334.8
334.0
335.0
OOO.O
334.7
334.6
332.1
333.2
000.0
332.4
332.6
SO2 INTER
EMISSIONS


























»/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02

OOOO.O
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
SO2 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
«t/MMBTU
77.2E-02
81.9E-02
94. 1E-02
76.7E-02
73.3E-02
88.7E-02
75.6E-02
89.0E-02
83.4E-02
84.3E-03
11.7E-01
10.6E-01
93.7E-02
91.3E-02
89.0E-02
91.0E-02
78.2E-02
85.3E-02
81.4E-02
13.9E-01
94.8E-02
83.3E-02
85. 4E-02
86.4E-02
92.3E-02
162.
163.
000.
162.
162.
164.
166.
000.
1
8
0
7
9
7
0
O
165.8
165.
161.
161.
OOO.
160.
160.
SO2
5
1
2
0
0
8
INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
1OO
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0269.4
0251.4
OOOO.O
0262.9
0261.2
0272.7
0271.7
OOOO.O
0285.2
O276.5
0271.5
0285.6
OOOO.O
0277.4
0278.2
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
75.4
74.0
71.1
77.6
74.9
68.6
74.6
67.8
69.1
96.4
33.6
56.0
59.2
57.7
37.0
59.3
66.5
65.7
65.8
32.7
57.6
64.4
67.7
67.4
65.8
10
10
OO
10
10
10
10
OO
O9
09
09
10
00
09
09




























.2 173.6
.6 173.5
. 0 OOO.O
.6 172.4
.5 173.2
.3 174.0
.2 174.2
. O OOO.O
. 1 173.8
.9 174.0
.2 171.7
.7 172.8
.0 000.0
.9 170.7
.9 171.7



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GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
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GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
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GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT 15,198O"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT 15,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9150
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9150
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9150
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
0100
0200
0300
04OO
0500
0600
0700
0800
0900
1000
1100
1200
1?00
09934
09731
09731
O952V
0892O
09123
09731
09731
08016
03780
08207
O8398
O93J52
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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CO
14OO
1500
1 6OO
1 7OO
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
DATE

O9/15
09/15
09/15
09/15

09/15
09/15
09/15
09/15

09/15
09/15
09/15
09/15

09/15
09/15
09/15
09/15

09734
OIB207
07625
08398
09734
O9925
09543
08970
082O7
0897O
09161
TIME

00:03
00: 18
00:33
OOI48

OH OS
Ol: 18
01:33
OH48

02:03
02: 18
02:33
02:48

03:03
03: 18
03:33
03:48

OOOOO
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
CO

01
01
00
00
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
00
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
502 INLET 027.
PPM
0957.6
0931.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0944.3
0816.0
0863.8
0000.0
O86O. 5
0846.8
0814.6
0850.5
0000.0
0933.7
0866.3
0867.8
0780.7
0000.0
0871.8
084O. 1

08.5
09. 1
00.0
00.0
08.8
09.8
09.8
00.0
O9.8
09.8
10.2
10.0
OO.O
O9. 1
09.8
09.6
09.9
OO.O
09. O
09.5
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
334.6
334.9
OOO.O
000.0
334.8
334.0
337.0
000.0
333.1
334.7
334.6
336. 1
OOO.O
331.3
334.0
331.9
330.2
OOO.O
329.6
330.6
S02 INTER
PPM
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
TEMP
F
162. 1
163.2
OOO.O
000.0
162.7
160.9
161.3
OOO.O
141.5
161.2
177. O
178.8
OOO.O
162.7
172.8
162.6
161. O
OOO.O
160.2
161.3
SO2 OUTLET
PPM
0291. 1
0251.5
0000.0
OOOO.O
0271.3
0258.3
0378.2
0000.0
0277.6
0304.7
0383.9
0299. 4
0000.0
0255. 1
0312.8
0276.8
0296.2
OOOO.O
0298.5
O29O.5
02V.

09.5
10.0
00.0
00.0
09.8
10.4
10.2
00.0
JO. 3
10.3
10.7
10.4
OO.O
09.7
10.3
10.2
1O.7
00.0
09.3
10. 1
TEMP
F
172.0
172.5
OOO.O
000.0
172.2
171.4
173.8
000.0
171.4
172.2
180.9
189.2
000.0
177.4
182.5
175.8
174.3
OOO.O
173.9
174.7






GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR
      09/11
                   04SO3  Ol
                                     O899.1
                                                08.8   332.2
                                                                     OOOO.O
                                                                                 161.9
                                                                                               O29O.6
                                                                                                           09.1   174.7

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O9/15
09/15
09/15
09/15
09/13
09/15
09/15
09/IS
09/13
O9/15
09/15
09/13
O9/15
09/15
O9/13
09/13
09/15
09/15
09/15
09/13
O9/15
09/15
09/15
09/15
09/15
09/15
09/15
09/15
O9/15
09/15
09/15
09/15
0
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O
O
  09/15      12:50 Ol
                    AVERAGE

  09/15      13:05 Ol
  09/15      13t2O OO
  09/15      13:33 00
  O9/15      13:5O 01
                    AVERAGE

  09/15      14105 Ol
  09/15      14:2O 00
  09/15      14:35 01
  O9/15      14:5O Ol
                    AVERAGE

 09/15       13103  01
 09/15       15n20  OO
 O9/15       15135  Ol
 09/15       15>50  01
                    AVERAGE

 09/13      16S05 01
 09/15      16:20 00
 09/15      16:35 Ol
 09/15      16:50 01
                   AVERAGE

 09/15      17105 01
 09/15      17:20 00
 O9/15      17=35 01
 O9/15      17»5O 01
                   AVERAGE

 09/15      18:05 01
 09/15      Iff-20 00
 09/15      18:35 01
 09/15      18:50 01
                   AVERAGE

 09/15       19:05 01
09/15       19:20 00
09/15       19:35 01
09/15       19:50 01
                   AVERAGE

09/15       20:0!5 01
09/15       2O:2O OO
O9/15       2O:35 Ol
O9/15       2O:5O O1
                   AVERAGE
1393.2
1256.3
1443. 1
oooo.o
oooo.o
1732.9
1588.0
1764.9
OOOO.O
1796. 2
1792.8
1784.6
1653.2
OOOO.O
1678.5
1669.2
1667.0
1669.2
0000.0
1463.0
1298. 1
1476.8
1344.0
0000.0
1297.4
1454.4
1365.3
1310. 1
0000.0
1445.7
1709. 1
1488.3
1883."
OOOO.O
1748.3
1711.0
1781. 1
1636.6
OOOO.O
1648.:r.
1647.2
1644. 1
O9.9
10.2
1O. 1
OO.O
OO.O
08.9
09.5
08.9
00.0
09.0
O9. 1
09.0
10.0
OO.O
09.9
09.8
09.9
09.9
OO.O
10.3
11.1
10.4
10.2
00.0
10. O
08.5
09.6
08.8
00.0
08.3
07.7
08.3
07.2
00.0
08.3
08.2
07.9
O8.6
00.. 0
O7.9
08. 1
OS. 2
328.5
326. 3
332. 1
OOO.O
000.0
328.6
330.4
329.6
OOO.O
330.6
334.6
331.6
330.4
000.0
330.2
329.5
330.0
328.5
OOO.O
330.0
332.5
330.3
335.6
000.0
335. t
334.4
335.0
336. 1
OOO.O
335.6
337.0
336.2
340.7
OOO.O
339.3
334.4
338. 1
336.5
OOO . 0
338.6
338. 2
337 . 8
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000.0
oooo.o
OOOO . 0
oooo.o
OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
oooo.o
oooo.o
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO. 0
oooo.o
OOOO. 0
OOOO . O
OOOO. O
157.7
158.0
157.9
OOO.O
OOO.O
149. 1
153.5
154. 1
OOO.O
178.2
161.3
164.5
134.2
OOO.O
150.0
147.9
150.7
148.9
OOO.O
149.9
150. 1
149.6
151.5
OOO.O
153.5
153.6
152.9
152.1
000.0
154.2
155.4
153.9
157.5
000.0
178.6
159. 1
165. 1
155.6
000.0
153.5
152.9
154.O
O4O1.8
0364.6
0468.8
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0495.0
0481.9
0330.8
OOOO.O
0534.6
0633.6
0566.3
0466.4
OOOO.O
0404.5
0373.9
0414.9
0368.7
OOOO.O
0261.7
0232.8
0287.7
O185.3
OOOO.O
0225.3
O270.5
0227. 1
0296.6
0000.0
0283.2
0344.5
0308.8
0440.6
0000.0
0997. 1
0467.7
0635. 1
0337.0
0000.0
0300.2
O295.7
O311.O
1O. 1
10.5
10.2
00.0
00.0
08.9
O9.6
09.0
OO.O
09.0
09.2
09. 1
10.4
OO.O
10.3
1O.4
1O.4
1O.2
OO.O
10.8
12.0
11.0
10.8
00.0
10.9
09.3
1O.3
09.5
OO.O
09.0
08.5
O9.0
07.6
00.0
08.7
08.7
O8.3
09.2
00.0
08.6
08.8
O8. 9
175.6
176.8
174.8
000.0
OOO.O
171.4
173. 1
173.3
000.0
202.9
185.4
187.9
176.2
OOO.O
172.0
17O.8
173.0
169.4
OOO.O
169.3
171.4
170. 1
172.3
000.0
171.9
171.5
171.9
174.0
OOO.O
172. 1
170.7
172.3
172. 1
000.0
183.7
180.5
178.8
174. 1
OOO.O
171.0
170.7
171.9

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09/15 21:20
09/15 21:35
O9/15 2l:5O
O9/15 22« 05
09/15 22J20
09/15 22:35
09/15 22:50
O9/15 23105
09/15 23:20
09/15 23:35
09/15 23:50
TIME HEAT INPUT
BTU/HR

00:48
f" 01:48
•-• O2I48
3 O3:48
04:48
05148
06:48
07:48
08:48
09:37
10:59
1 1 : 50
12:50
13«50
14:50
15:50
16:50
17:50
18:50
19:50
2O: 50
21:50
22:50
23:50


12.4E+07
12.2E+O7
12.2E+O7
1 1 . 9E+07
1 1 . 2E+07
1 1 . 4E+07
12.:i:E-K>7
12.2E+07
10.0E+07
1 1 . OE+07
OO.OE-02
10.5E+07
1 1 . 7E+O7
12.2E+07
10.3E+07
97.8E+06
1O.5E+-07
12.2E+07
12.4E+O7
1 1 . 9E+07
1 1 . 2E+07
10.3E+07
1 1 . 2E+07
1 1 . 5E+07

Ol 1444.4 O9.3
OO OOOO.O OO.O
Ol 1439.7 08.8
Ol 1346.6 09.1
AVERAGE 1410.2 O9. 1
01 1347.3 09.4
00 OOOO.O OO.O
01 1157.1 1O.6
Ol 1173.1 10.0
AVERAGE 1225.8 10.0
01 1235.6 09.6
00 0000.0 00.0
01 1170.4 09.2
Ol 1426.4 08.2
AVERAGE 1277.5 09.0
FLUE GAS S02 INLET
FLOWRATE EMISSIONS
DSC:F/HR
21.1E+05
22.5E+05
22.4E+O5
21.4E+05
19. 1E+05
20.2E+05
21.4E-I-05
21.6E+05
18.0E+05
21.5E+OS
OO.OE-02
19.7E+05
22.5E+05
21.9E+05
17..7E+05
18.2E-I-O5
20.6E+05
22.0E+05
20.2E+05
18.8E+05
18. 1E+05
17.8I->05
21.1E+05
19.7E+05
AVERAGE
M/MMBTU
26.
26.
26.
25.
25.
26.
34.
39.
35.
24.
OO.
29.
40.
47.
51.
51.
48.
41.
40.
46.
44.
4O.
38.
36.
36.
6E-01
OE-01
5E-01
1E-01
4E-01
3E-01
8E-O1
1E-01
4E-01
5E-01
OE-02
3E-O1
1E-OI
5E-01
1E-01
6E-01
1E-01
OE-01
1E-01
7E-01
1E-01
6E-01
3E-01
6E-01
7E-01
340.5
000.0
338.5
339.4
339.5
339.5
000.0
339.4
340.4
339.8
34O.8
000.0
341.0
339.8
340.5
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02

0000.0 152.2
OOOO.O OOO.O
0000.0 152.6
OOOO.O 153.1
0000.0 152.6
OOOO.O 154.1
0000.0 OOO.O
0000.0 154.9
OOOO.O 155.3
OOOO.O 154.8
OOOO.O 155.1
OOOO.O OOO.O
OOOO.O 156.1
OOOO.O 154.8
0000.0 155.3
S02 OUTLET S02 INTER
EMISSIONS EFFICIENCY
K/MMBTU
82.
97.
10.
91.
85.
85.
11.
11.
13.
10.
OO.
98.
11.
14.
16.
13.
99.
73.
88.
17.
88.
91.
94.
88.
10.
9E-02
9E-02
OE-O1
4E-02
4E-02
2E-02
OE-01
5E-01
OE-01
6E-O1
OE-02
7E-02
9E-01
5E-01
3E-01
5E-O1
OE-02
2E-02
4E-02
2E-01
OE-02
4E-02
5E-02
1E-02
7E-O1
PERCENT
100
1OO
100
100
1OO
1OO
10O
100
100
10O
OOO
1OO
1OO
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0542.6 10.2 170.7
OOOO.O OO.O OOO.O
O245.3 09.6 17O.O
0263.9 O3.7 17O.6
O350.6 07.8 17O.4 GOOD HOUR
0275.6 10.0 170.7
0000.0 00.0 000.0
0255.0 11.7 170.5
0287.9 11.5 170.5
0272.8 11.1 170.6 GOOD HOUR
0282.6 10.6 169.8
0000.0 00.0 000.0
O264.4 09.9 170.4
0319.7 08.7 168.6
0288.9 09.7 169.6 GOOD HOUR
SO2 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
68.8
62.3
62.2
63.6
66.4
67.7
68.6
70.5
63.4
56.6
00.0
66.3
70.2
69.5
68. 1
73.8
79.4
82.2
78.0
63. 1
80.0
77.5
75.3
75.9
7O.O

GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD

HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD
GOOD

HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR
HOUR

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                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
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TIME
00»05
00! 20
00835
00:50
01:05
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Olr.35
01:50
02« 05
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02:35
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01
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01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
01
Ol
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT

S02 INLET O2X
PPM
1391.8 08.8
OOOO.O 00.0
1249.5 09.6
1477.6 09.3
1373.0 09.2
1455.7
0000.0
1627.3
1824.1
1635.7
2012.9
OOOO . O
1891.3
1917.9
1940.7
1844.0
OOOO.O
1832. 1
1842. 1
1839.4
09.5
OO.O
08.8
O8.5
O8.9
08.4
00.0
09.2
09. 1
08.9
09.3
00.0
09.2
09.4
09. 3
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
339.5
000.0
341.7
340.9
340.7
337.0
000.0
347.3
343.4
342.6
342.7
000. O
336.3
336.3
338.6
337.3
000.0
338.5
340.4
338.7


SO2 INTER TEMP
PPM F
OOOO.O 154.9
0000.0 000.0
0000.0 156.8
OOOO.O 154.4
OOOO.O 155.4
OOOO.O
0000. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO . 0
155. 1
ooo.o
156.4
154.9
155.5
182.4
000.0
155.5
154.0
164. O
154.7
OOO.O
154. 1
155. 1
154.6


S02 OUTLET
PPM
0305.4
OOOO.O
0285.2
0307.5
0299.4
0305.
OOOO.
O313.
0324.
0314.
0823.
OOOO.
0343.
0345.
0504.
0332.
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03O6.
0314.
0317.
2
0
3
5
3
5
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0
8
1
8
0
3
3
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027.
09.4
OO.O
10.3
10.1
09.9
10.2
00.0
O9.7
09. 1
O9.7
08.9
00.0
10. O
09.7
09.5
10.0
00.0
O9.9
09.9
09.9

TEMP
F
168.6
OOO.O
169.1
167. 1
168.3
169.0
OOO.O
169.4
168.2
168.9
185.8
OOO.O
171.3
168.0
175.0
168.5
OOO.O
168.4
168.6
168.5
                                                                                                     GOOD  HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
09,'16
           O4:O5 01
                            1788.9
                                    09.3   339.4
                                                       0000.0
                                                                 153.6
                                                                              0357.8
                                                                                        10.2  167.3

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09/16
09/16
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I 09/16
0 09/16
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09/16
09/16
O9/16
09/16

09/16
09/16
09/16
09/16

09/16
09/16
09/16
09/16

09/16
09/16
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04120
04:35
04. -50

05*05
05120
05«35
05550

Oc'>=05
06:20
06JI35
06:5O

07»03
07:20
07535
07:50

08*05
08:20
08:35
03:50

09:05
09:20
09535
O9:50

10: 11
10626
10«41
10:56

11: 10
11:26
11:41
1 1 : 56

12: 11
12:26
12=41
OO
01
01
AVirRAKE
01
OO
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
00
00
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVIfRAOE
01
01
OO
0000.0
1769.6
1814. 1
I79O.9
1803.5
0000.0
1286.8
1342.6
1477.6
1356.6
0000. 0
1399.2
1411.8
1389.2
1394.5
OOOO.O
1588.0
1717.0
1566.5
1628. 1
OOOO.O
1806.8
1802.2
1812.4
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
1032.7
1032.7
1039.4
1104.6
OOOO.O
1344.6
1162.9
1417. 1
1534.2
OOOO. O
OO.O
09.3
09.2
O9. 3
09.3
00.0
10.6
10. 1
10.0
09.9
00.0
09.4
09.6
O9. 6
10.2
OO.O
09.4
0<3.2
09.6
08.8
OO.O
09.0
08. 7
08.8
00.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
11.2
11.2
11.1
10.8
00.0
09 . 3
10.4
09. 1
08.4
OO . O
000.0
340.8
344. 1
341 .4
341.8
OOO.O
342. 9
343.,?
342.6
342.3
OOO.O
340.4
338.8
340.5
337. 1
000.0
338.8
341.6
339.2
342.4
OOO.O
340.2
342.3
341.6
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
•500 . 0
000.0
340.2
340.2
336.2
340.5
000.0
334.4
337.0
336.3
335.8
OOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
000.0
153. 1
155. 1
153.9
152.9
000.0
135.8
154.7
154.5
155.9
OOO.O
156.2
155.0
155.7
154. 1
000.0
154.4
156.9
155. 1
162. 1
OOO.O
154.2
155.4
157.2
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
148.5
148.5
144.2
148. 1
000.0
153.6
148.6
150. 1
145.5
OOO.O
OOOO.O
0287. 1
0291.8
O312.2
0344.5
OOOO.O
O282. 5
0266.4
O297.8
0348.9
OOOO.O
0475.6
0499.8
0441.4
0494. 1
0000.0
O643.9
0792. O
0643.3
0132.6
OOOO.O
0843.4
0708.5
0561.5
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0256.3
0256.3
0266.0
0281.8
0000.0
0350.5
0299.4
0310.9
0323.9
OOOO.O
00.0
10. 1
10.2
10.2
10. 1
OO.O
12.1
11.1
11.1
10.9
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10. 1
10.3
10.4
11.2
00.0
1O.6
10.3
10.7
O9.7
00.0
09.8
09.8
09.8
00.0
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00.0
OO.O
00.0
OO.O
00.0
OO.O
11.8
11.8
11.8
11.4
00.0
09.4
10.9
09.2
O8.4
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000.0
168.0
170. O
168.4
167.6
OOO.O
168.9
168.7
168.4
17O. 1
OOO.O
169.4
169.4
169.6
168.4
000.0
169.6
170. 1
169.4
183.8
000.0
176.8
176.9
179.2
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
163.3
163.3
158.5
163.2
000.0
174.2
165.3
169.2
166.9
000.0



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12s 56

13: 11
13326
13:41
13:56

14S11
14326
14:41
14:56

153 11
15126
15341
15=56

16:11
16126
16:41
16t56

173 11
17126
17S41
17:56

18311
18:26
18:41
18356

19311
19:26
19:41
19:56

20: :l 1
201 26
20341
20:56

Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
1367.9
1439.7
1369.9
1256.9
OOOO.O
1237.6
1288. 1
1207.0
1121.8
0000.0
1336.7
1221.8
1067.3
1045.4
OOOO.O
1303.4
1138.7
1307.4
1361.9
0000.0
1189.7
1286.3
1142.5
1135.2
0000.0
119:3.7
1157. 1
1241.6
1225.6
OOOO.O
1148.5
1205.2
1212.3
1325.3
OOOO. 0
1532.2
1356.6
1451.7
1592. O
OOOO.O
1J528.8
1524.2
O9.4
O9.O
09.6
10. 1
OO.O
09.7
09.8
10.1
1O.5
00.0
09.9
10.2
10. 1
09.3
00.0
03.1
09.2
08.4
07.7
00.0
09. O
08.4
09.1
O9.3
00.0
08.6
09. O
08.8
09.7
00.0
10.0
O9.5
09.7
09. 1
00.0
08. 1
09.0
08.7
O8.4
OO.O
OS. 6
08.6
337. O
336.4
335. 1
337.9
000.0
341.3
338. 1
338.6
335.8
000.0
338.6
337.7
335.4
337. 1
OOO.O
337.8
336.8
338.9
339. 1
OOO.O
338.6
338.9
339.4
338.4
000.0
343.7
340.5
339.6
338.3
OOO.O
333.5
337. 1
333.3
334.2
000.0
336.0
334 . 5
336.6
338.4
000.0
339.7
338.2
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
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145.2
146.9
143.5
145.3
000.0
147.4
145.4
146.4
144.0
OOO.O
146.2
145.5
143.5
144.6
OOO.O
146.2
144.8
147. 1
146.2
000.0
146.0
146.4
152.3
151.6
000.0
151.5
151.8
148.3
148.6
OOO.O
167.3
154.7
153.5
151.7
OOO.O
151.2
152. 1
151.8
154.8
000.0
152.5
153.0
023O.O
O288. 3
O241. 1
0257.4
OOOO.O
0259. 1
0252.5
O241.7
O242.5
OOOO.O
0267.3
O25O.5
0244.7
0262.9
0000.0
0287.3
O265.0
0260.9
0277.0
0000.0
0259.6
O265.8
O995.8
O670.2
0000.0
0353.4
0673. 1
0327.7
O228.9
0000.0
0415.8
0324. 1
0241.8
0228.4
OOOO.O
0265. 1
0245. 1
O354.2
O345.0
0000.0
0312.4
0337.2
O9.8
O9. 1
09.9
10.4
OO.O
10.2
10.2
1O.6
11.1
00.0
10.7
10.8
10.8
1O.5
OO.O
O8.6
10.0
08.8
08. 1
OO.O
09.2
08.7
09.6
09.7
00.0
O9. 1
09.5
09.2
1O. 1
OO.O
10.5
09.9
10.2
09.7
OO.O
08.3
09.4
09.2
08.7
00.0
09. O
O9.O
164.6
166.9
163.2
164.7
OOO.O
166.7
164.9
165. 1
163.5
000.0
166.2
164.9
164.4
165.6
000.0
165.2
165. 1
165.3
165.4
000.0
166.0
165.6
17O.O
168.6
000.0
169.9
169.5
168.7
168.6
OOO.O
185.6
174.3
178.7
173.4
OOO.O
170.7
174.3
170.0
170.8
OOO.O
170.2
170.3

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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09 / 1 A

O9/16
0^/16

09/16
09/16
09/16
09/16

09X16
O9/16
09/16
09/16

TIME HEAT
21 : 1 1
21»26
21:41
21:56

22! 11
22 a 26
22! 41
22:56

231 11
23«26
23141
23t56

INPUT
BTU/HR

-^ O0:50 11
I 01:50 11
£ 02C50 1.1
cr. O3I50 1O
04850 10.
05:50 11.
06:50 10.
07:50 11.
08:50 11.
O9:50 00.
10:56 00.
Ilt56 11.
12:56 10.
13s 56 10.
14:56 10.
15156 12.
16:56 1.
17:56 1.
18:56 1.
19:56 2.
20:56 1.
2 1 : 56 t .
22J56 1.
23:56 12.


SE-i-07
9E+07
2E+-O7
7E+07
7E+07
5K+O7
5E+07
7E+07
7E+07
OE-02
OE-02
7E+07
7E+07
3E+07
7E+O7
7E+O7
2E+07
OE+07
OE+07
2E+07
7E+07
OE+07
5E+07
2E-I-07

01
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
OO
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
20. 1E+05
20.5E*05
19.2E-M55
19.0E+05
18.9li>05
21.6E-»-05
19. 1E+05
21.2E+05
19.9i:+05
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
22.9E+05
18.5E+05
19.OE+05
2O.5E+05
22.2E+05
18.4E+05
19.0E+05
19.8E+05
21.0E+o:5
19.5E+05
18.8E+05
20.7E+05
2O. 9E+0!"'
AVERAGE
1 ;506 .2 OS.
1487.6 08.
OOOO.O OO.
1381.2 09.
145I3..3 08.
1364.6 09.
1347.9 09.
OOOO.O 00.
1141.1 10.
1284.5 09.
1156.4 09.
1187.7 09.
OOOO.O 00.
1445. O 08.
1263.0 08.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
•»/MMBTU
4O. IE-01
46.6E-01
55. IE-01
54.0E-O1
52.4E-01
46.2E-01
42.0E-01
47.2E-01
51.2E-01
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
37.7E-01
41. IE-01
39.5E-01
38.8E-01
33. 1E-O1
3S.OE-01
33.. IE-01
36.0E-01
38.7E-01
42. IE-01
41.4E-01
38.4E-01
35.9E-01
42. IE-01
6
9
0
2
9
3
1
0
1
5
5
2
0
0
*
34O. 2
341.5
OOO.O
34 1 . 5
341. 1
340. 4
340.4
000.0
339.4
340. 1
34O.2
339.5
000.0
342.5
340.7
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS


























S/MMBTU
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02

OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO . O
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
93. OE-02
95.3E-02
15. IE-01
98.7E-02
99. 1E-02
10.4E-01
14. 4E-O1
21.5E-01
17.2E-01
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
10.2E-01
83.5E-02
80.2E-02
84.5E-02
82.6E-02
74.2E-02
20. IE-01
10. IE-01
72.6E-02
96.3E-02
94.3E-02
85. 1E-02
91.9E-02
ll.OE-01
152.
153.
ooo .
155.
153.
154.
153.
OOO.
154.
154.
156.
153.
000.
154.
154.
S02
7
6
0
5

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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT 17,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FOD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT 17,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9170
ENTER OUTPUT TILE NAME
 ? OUT917O
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9170
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
1
£ 0100
0200
0300
0400
0500
0600
0700
O800
O900
1000
1100
i:?oo
1 30O
08987
09378
09378
O99*3
091 62
09378
09573
09182
09300
O7914
07914
08706
oe^os
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1400
1 500
1 600
1 70O
1IJOO
19OO
2000
2100
2200
:noo
2400
OflTE
3>
i-1 09/17
g 09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17
104S6
OV101
O8903
OS 3 1 0
07914
10090
08706
10685
O9497
10486
1 0288
TIME
00: 11
00:26
00t41
00:56
01: 1 1
01:26
01:41
01:56
02: 1 1
02126
02:41
02:56
03: 11
03: 26
03:41
03=56
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
ooooo
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
00
AVERAGE
01
01
oo
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT

S02 INLET O2V.
PPM
1486.3 07.9
1445.0 08.6
0000.0 00.0
13(56. 5 08.8
1439.3 08.4
1444.4
1413. 1
0000.0
OOOO . 0
1428.8
1305.4
1301.4
0000.0
1353.3
1320.0
1366.6
1366.6
OOOO. 0
1121.2
1284.8
08.7
08.9
00.0
00 . 0
08.8
08.7
08.9
00.0
09.0
08.9
09.2
09. 1
00.0
09.9
O9. 4
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
340.7
341.6
000 . 0
343.0
341.8
343.5
343.2
000.0
OOO.O
343.4
344.0
346.4
000.0
343. 1
344.5
335.8
336.0
OOO . O
338. 5
336.8

S02 INTER
PPM
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O

TEMP
F
153.6
154.2
000.0
154.0
153.9
153.4
153.0
000.0
OOO.O
153.2
168.0
160.9
OOO.O
160. 1
163.O
186. 1
156.3
000.0
155.3
165. 9


S02 OUTLET
PPM
0410.9
0519.2
0000.0
0374.3
O434.8
O420.
0444.
OOOO.
OOOO.
0432.
0664.
0344.
OOOO.
0301.
0436.
0921.
0365.
OOOO.
0248.
0511.
5
5
0
0
5
2
9
0
0
7
4
8
0
3
8

02'/.
08. 1
O8.8
00.0
O8.8
08.6
08.7
09.2
00.0
00.0
09.0
09.2
09.2
00.0
09. 1
09.2
09.4
09.5
00.0
10.3
O9.7

TEMP
F
172.4
174.3
OOO.O
173.2
173.3
174. 1
174.2
000.0
000.0
174. 1
197.4
182. 1
000.0
174.3
184.6
199.7
177.3
000.0
173.0
183.3
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
09/17
            04: 111 Oil
                             1139.8
                                      09.6  338.2
                                                         OOOO.O
                                                                    1 f.4. 2
                                                                                 0270.8
                                                                                            O9.8   170.4

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O9/17
09/17
09/17

09/:l7
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

O9/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

•y, 09/17
• 09/17
0 09/17
10 09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
O4»26
04:41
04:56

05= 11
05124
05:41
05:56

06311
06826
06141
06:56

07S 11
O7I26
O7:41
07:56

08s 00
08= 15
08:30
08:45

09:00
09t 15
09:30
09:45

10:05
1O:20
10*35
10:50

11:05
11:20
1U35
11:50

12:05
12:20
12:35
Ol
OO
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
OO
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
OO
Ol
AVERAGE
00
OO
00
00
AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
00
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
01
1116.5
OOOO.O
1198.3
1151.5
1260.2
1228.9
OOOO.O
1139. 1
1209.4
1332.0
1468.9
0000. 0
1568. 1
1456.3
1619.3
1667.8
0000. 0
1500.9
1596. O
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
1292. 1
1173.7
1232.9
1165. 1
OOOO.O
1058.7
1042. 1
1088.6
0'>7O.9
OOOO.O
0926.3
09.8
OO.. O
O9. 1
09.5
09.0
09.4
OO.O
09.7
09.4
O9.2
O8.6
00.0
08.5
08.8
08.5
OS. 4
00.0
09.2
08.7
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
OO.O
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
11.5
11.7
11.6
11.2
OO.O
10.6
10.3
10.7
10.5
OO.O
10.5
337.5
OOO.O
341.2
339.0
340.3
344.3
OOO.O
340.5
341.7
340.7
341.5
OOO.O
343.2
341.8
342.3
342.8
000.0
343.0
342.7
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
339. 1
338. 1
338.6
335.7
000.0
337.9
338.6
337.4
336.5
OOO.O
335.5
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
152.9
OOO.O
156.2
154.4
154.3
156.9
000.0
154.9
155.4
155.7
157. 0
OOO.O
156.1
156.3
158.7
156.5
OOO.O
157.7
157.6
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
156.9
158.3
157.6
153. 1
OOO.O
154.7
160.4
156. 1
156.6
OOO.O
155.4
O26O . 3
OOOO.O
O277.8
0269.6
0270.5
0281.2
OOOO.O
O243.0
0264.9
0271.5
0308.7
OOOO. 0
0391.6
0323. 9
0501.1
0493. 6
OOOO.O
0490. 6
0495. 1
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0353.9
0316. 1
0335.0
0322.9
0000.0
O285.4
0298. 1
03O2. 1
024O.7
OOOO.O
0238. 1
10. 0
OO.O
O9.5
09.8
09.4
1O.O
00.0
10.6
1O.O
09.7
08.9
OO.O
08.9
09.2
O9. 1
08.8
00.0
O9.6
O9.2
00.0
OO.O
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO.O
00.0
OO.O
OO.O
OO.O
00.0
16.6
17.0
16.8
16.4
00.0
15.9
15.7
16. O
15.8
OO.O
15.7
169.3
OOO.O
171.0
170.2
169.3
171.4
OOO.O
168.7
169.8
168.9
169.2
OOO.O
170. 1
169.4
174.2
170.5
000.0
168.9
171.2
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
169.4
168.6
169. 0
164.9
OOO.O
166.4
168.2
166.5
165.9
OOO.O
167'. 5



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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09/17

O9/17
O9/17
O9/17
09/17

09/17
O9/17
09/17
O9/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
09/17
09/17
09/17

0-//17
09/17
09/17
09/17

09/17
O9/17
09/17
09/17

12:50 Ol

13=05
13:20
13:35
13! 50

14:05
1 4 1 .?O
14135
14:50

:l!5:05
15120
15:35
15:50

16:05
16:20
16:35
16:50

17:05
17S20
17:35
17:5O

18=05
18:20
18:35
185 SO

19:05
19:20
19:35
19:50

20:05
20:2O
:?O:35
20:50

AVERAGE
01
00
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
01
01
AVERAGE
01
OO
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
00
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
O913.0
0936.7
0923. O
OOOO.O
0988.9
1048.0
O986.6
1027.4
0000.0
1077.3
1097.3
1067.3
1090.6
OOOO.O
1781.5
1594.7
1488.9
1O08. 1
OOOO.O
1087.3
1062.0
1052.5
1007.5
0000.0
0794.0
0763.4
0855.0
0810.6
OOOO.O
0758. 1
0908.4
0825.7
1026.7
OOOO.O
1021.4
1048.0
1032.0
0927.0
OOOO.O
0920.4
0912.4
0919.9
10.6
10.5
10.2
00.0
09.7
09.3
09.7
09.5
OO.O
09.3
09.2
09.3
O9.3
00.0
10.6
10.6
10.2
11.0
00.0
10.5
10.6
10.7
11.1
OO.O
12.4
12.4
12. O
11.6
00.0
11.9
10.0
11.2
09.4
00.0
10.3
10.7
10. 1
11.9
00.0
10.5
1O.3
10.9
335.5
335.8
337.3
000.0
341. 1
339.5
339. 3
339.6
000.0
339. 1
339.4
339.4
338.0
000.0
337.6
338.9
338.2
340. 1
000.0
340.4
340.4
340.3
338.8
000.0
342.4
344.3
341.8
340.4
000.0
333. 1
336.8
338.4
332.9
000.0
337.6
338.4
336.3
336.5
OOO.O
337.2
34O.2
3.38 . O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
155.7
155.9
156.6
000.0
160.6
159.7
159.0
159.5
000.0
158. O
158.5
158.7
154.3
OOO.O
151.8
152.9
153.0
156.2
OOO.O
156.6
155.3
156.0
153.9
000.0
155.9
156.8
155.5
154.6
OOO.O
153.9
185. 1
164.5
161.5
OOO.O
158. 1
157.9
159.2
156.6
OOO.O
154.4
154.9
155.3
0235.5
0238. 1
O251.6
0000.0
O279.2
0318.4
0283. 1
0346.5
OOOO.O
0379.6
0417. 1
0381. 1
0422.9
OOOO.O
0356.3
O318.9
O366.0
0323.9
OOOO.O
0358.7
0338.6
0340.4
0320. 4
0000.0
0233.5
0210.5
O254.8
0239.5
OOOO.O
0229.2
0762.2
041O.3
0495.8
OOOO.O
0433.7
0425.2
0451.6
0292.6
OOOO.O
O208.4
O2O9. 7
0236.9
16.0
15.8
15.4
00.0
15.1
14.5
15.0
13.6
00.0
13.1
13.3
13.3
13.1
OO.O
14.4
14.6
14.0
14.4
OO.O
13.5
14.0
14.0
14.4
00.0
15.8
16. 1
15.4
15.2
00.0
15. 1
13.7
14.7
12.2
00.0
13.1
13.6
13.0
15.0
OO.O
13.4
14. O
14. 1
166.6
166.7
168.6
OOO.O
170.0
169.6
169.4
172.8
000.0
173.5
174.7
173.7
174.5
OOO.O
171.7
173.6
173.3
176.3
OOO.O
176. 1
176.5
176.3
175.9
000.0
177.5
177.9
177. 1
176.9
000.0
176.7
194.2
182.6
187.7
000.0
181.2
179.7
182.9
176.9
OOO.O
175.9
176.2
176.3

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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O9/17
O9/17
O9/17
O9/17

09/17
O9/17
09/17
O9/17

09/.1'.'
09/17
09/17
O9/17















TIME HEAT
21SO5
21S2O
21:35
21:50

22 a 05
22:20
22135
22:50

23 SOS
23820
23:35
23t50

INPUT
BTU/HR

OOH56
OH 56
O2: 56
O3I56
O4:56
05:56
O6«56
07:56
08:45
09145
10S50
11:50
12:50
13:50
14:50
15«50
16:50
17:50
18:50
19:5O
20:50
2U50
22:50
23:50


11.
11.
11.
12.
11.
11.
12.
11.
00.
00.
98.
1O.
11.
13.
11.
11.
10.
98.
12.
10.
13.
11.
13.

2E+07
7E+07
7E+O7
5E-K»7
5E+07
7E+07
OE+07
5E+07
OE-02
OE-02
9E+06
9E+07
1E+07
IE +07
4E+O7
1E+07
4E+07
9E+O6
6Ef07
9E+07
4E+07
9E+O7
1E+07
12.0E+07


Ol
OO
Ol
01
AVERAGE
Ol
00
01
01
AVERAGE
01
00
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
18.5E+05
19.9E+05
20.0E+O5
22.2E-K>5
20.6E+05
2O.9E-»-05
20. 2E+05
19.3E+05
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
21.8E+05
21..9E+05
22.0E>05
24. lE-t-O::.
20.2E>05
21..3E+05
20.9E+O5
22.7E+0-5
26. 6E+05
20. 7E 105
27.4I=>05
22.3E+05
24. 1E-KW
22.8E+05
AVERAGE
1O4O.O O9.
OOOO.O CO..
1095.9 10.
11O7.9 10.
10B7..9 10.
1087.3 1O.
0000.0 OO.
1165.7 09.
1202.3 09.
1151..8 09.
1218.3 O9.
OOOO.O 00.
1155.1 09.
1223.6 09.
1199.0 09.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
39.3E-01
40.2E-01
37.4E-01
38. 1E-O1
34.4E-01
35.7E-01
40.9E-01
44.6E-O1
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
45.2E-01
36.4E-O1
30.8E-01
30. 1E-01
31.4E-01
47.3E-O1
35.2E-01
32.6E-01
28.9E-01
32.7E-01
31.3E-01
33.9E-01
35. 1E-01
35.3E-01
36.2E-01
5 339.8
O OOO.O
1
3
0
7
342.3
341.O
341.0
339.2
0 000.0
1
4
7
6
0
3
1
3




























342. 1
345.0
342. 1
342.4
OOO.O
342.3
343.2
342.6
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
It/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02

OOOO.O
OOOO.O
oooo . o
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
SO2 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
H/MMBTU
12.0E-O1
12.3E-01
12.7E-01
15.6E-01
32.5E-02
82.8E-02
94. 1E-02
14.4E-01
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
27.8E-01
21.OE-O1
16.0E-01
16.3E-01
17.2E-01
18.2E-01
16.7E-01
15.9E-01
22.4E-01
19.4E-01
11.9E-01
8O. OE-02
86. 1E-02
82.7E-02
14.6E-01
156.
OOO.
156.
154.
156.
153.
000.
152.
154.
153.
152.
OOO.
153.
152.
153.
3
O
8
9
0
2
0
9
2
4
9
0
6
9
1
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























100
100
100
100
1OO
100
10O
100
000
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

O15O.2 12.
OOOO.O OO.
0215.5 13.
0186.2 13.
O184.0 13.
O17O.4 14.
OOOO.O OO.
0194.3 12.
0226.9 12.
0197.2 13.
0213.6 12.
OOOO.O 00.
O184.9 12.
0193.5 12.
0197.3 12.
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
69.5
69.3
66. 1
59.0
76.0
76.8
77.0
67.7
OO.O
OO.O
38.4
42.2
48.0
45.7
45.4
61.6
52.4
51.3
22.4
4O.6
61.9
76.4
75.5
76.6
59.1
6 176.8
O OOO.O
O 176. O
6 175.3
1 176.0 GOOD HOUR
1 172.8
0 000.0
6 173.3
6 174.9
1 173.7 GOOD HOUR
5 173.1
0 OOO.O
9 173.5
9 173.5
8 173.4 GOOD HOUR



GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD DAY

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          ENTER DATE OF TEST
           "• "SEPT 24, 198O"
                                                                 PROGRAM CELDA
                                                              CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                              CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                                 SEPT 24,198O
          ENTER FILE NAME
           -> IN9240
          ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
           '? OUT924O
          ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
           7 P9240
          ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
           ~> 12500
             TIME    COAL RATE  STM RATE
                      LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET  CON
IX)
0 1 00
02OO
0300
0400
0500
0600
07OO
0800
0900
1000
1 10O
1 2OO
l?oo
09921
086 1 0
08423
01)798
08423
03049
086 1O
08610
08983
1 122B
'131OO
10480
Of? "795
OOOOO
00000
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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 1400

 150O

 1600

 1700

 1800

 1900

 2000

 2100

 220O

 2300

 2400

 DATE

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
O9/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24
039&3
0698:3
OS983
08234
08795
O9357
08793
08983
O8608
07299
08601-1
TtME
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
OOOOO BT
CO SO2 INLET O2V.
PPM
O0»01
00: 16
OO:31
O0:46

01:01
01: 16
01:31
01:44,

02:01
02i 16
02:31
02s 46

03:01
03: 16
03:31
O3:46

01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
150O.
1433.
1339.
1339.
1403.
1249.
1316.
1336.
1346.
1312.
1360.
1482.
1598.
1613.
1513.
1609.
1596.
1607.
1590.
1600.
2
7
3
3
1
3
7
7
6
4
6
3
7
9
9
3
0
9
0
8
07.
07.
O8.
08.
07.
08.
08.
08.
07.
08.
07.
07.
07.
06.
07.
07.
06.
06.
06.
2
8
1
6
9
9
4
1
8
3
8
O
0
8
2
O
6
6
3
06.8
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
339.
338.
337.
338.
338.
337.
339.
340.
342.
339.
343.
340.
340.
34O.
341.
340.
340.
339.
340.
34O.

1
O
7
2
3
7
1
0
9
9
3
7
0
1
O
5
6
6
2
2
           04:01 01
                           1546.1
                                    07.1  340.3
SO2 INTER
   PPM
 OOOO.O
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 0000.0
 OOOO.O

 OOOO.O
 OOOO.O
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 OOOO.O

 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 OOOO.O

 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 0000.0
 OOOO.O
 0000.0

 OOOO.O
TEMP
  F
151.2
155.6
155.9
155.2
154.5

153.6
153.6
153.5
153.3
153.5

152.9
152.2
153.3
153.
153.
.5
.0
154.6
162.2
160.2
159.0
159.0

189.2
S02 OUTLET
PPM
0366.6
0661.3
0730.6
0758.6
O679.3
0394.8
0452.5
O352.7
03O3.3
0425.8
0270.5
0276.6
0754.2
O424. 1
0431.4
0512.4
0787.3
0659.9
0553. 3
0628.2
0577.9
02Y.

O9.6
10.3
10.9
11.1
10.3
11.2
09.9
1O.6
1O.3
1O.6
10.6
O9.3
09.3
09.6
09.8
09.4
09.1
09.3
09.7
09.4
10.1
TEMP
F
165.7
170.8
171.2
171.6
169.8
169.4
169. 1
168.5
169.2
169. 1
170.0
170.3
171.1
170.3
17O.4
171.3
178.9
176.7
174.5
175.4
191.7
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR

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O9/24
O9/24
09/24

09/24
O9/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
O9/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

O9/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
O9/24
O
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(Jl
O9/24

09/24
O9/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
O9/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

12*49

13504
13: 19
13:34
13:49

14S04
14805
14»49
15:00

15:04
15:19
15! 34
15:49

16:04
16:19
16:34
16:49

17S04
17S19
17:34
17:49

18:04
18:: 19
18:34
18M9

19:04
19: 19
19:34
19:49

20:O4
20: 19
20=34
20:49

Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
Ol
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
Ol
01
00
AVERAGE
00
Ol
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
Ol
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
1792.8
1747.5
1841.4
1762.9
1656.5
1632.6
1723.4
1672.5
1625.3
1564.7
0000.0
1620.8
0000. O
1401.6
1437.1
1431. 1
1423.3
0000.0
1565.4
1595.3
1544. 1
1568.3
0000.. 0
1422.4
1371.9
1391.2
1395.2
0000.0
1443. 1
1598.7
1776.9
1606.2
0000.0
1792.2
1830.7
1838. 1
1820.3
0000.0
1655.2
1751.6
1764.2
1723.7
O9.4
09.5
09.9
10. 1
10.5
1O.2
10.2
10.0
09.6
09.9
00.0
09.8
00.0
10.0
10.0
1O. 1
1O.O
00.0
09.7
10.0
10.5
10. 1
00.0
10.8
11.4
11.5
11.2
00.0
10. 1
09.7
09. 1
09.6
00.0
09.2
O9.3
09.3
09.3
00.0
10.0
09.5
09.5
Oc'.7
344.8
347.2
344. 1
344. 1
341.4
341.4
342.8
340.2
339. 1
339.7
OOO.O
339.7
OOO.O
338.6
339.0
338.8
338.8
000.0
340.4
340.4
340. 1
340.3
000.0
340.4
340.6
343.3
341.4
OOO.O
344.4
342.3
343.0
343.2
OOO.O
344.3
340.5
340.4
341.7
000.0
340.8
340.5
340.6
340.6
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
146. S
148.8
130. 1
149.4
161.5
154.2
153.8
152.0
150.0
150.6
000.0
150.9
000.0
150. 1
150. 1
149.7
150.0
000.0
150.6
150.0
149.8
150. 1
000.0
148.6
ISO. 4
152.0
150.3
000.0
151.8
151.6
151.5
151.6
000.0
152.9
180.0
162.6
165.2
000.0
155.4
154.8
154.2
154.8
O338.3
O386. 1
O376.9
O413.9
0632.5
0453. 1
O469. 1
0414.2
0372.7
O346.3
OOOO.O
0377.7
OOOO.O
0266.9
0266.7
0269.9
0267.8
OOOO.O
0336.5
0266.5
0311.7
0304.9
0000.0
0317.8
0307.3
0322.3
0315.8
0000.0
0313.9
0334.8
0364.0
0337.6
OOOO.O
0337.0
0669.7
0452. 1
0486.3
OOOO.O
0328.2
0357.5
0328.9
0338.2
11.4
1O.O
09.8
10. 0
10.5
10.2
10. 1
1O.O
09.5
09.4
00.0
09.6
00.0
O9.6
09.5
09.7
09.6
00.0
O9.2
09.5
09.9
09.5
OO.O
10.3
10.9
11.1
10.8
00.0
09.7
09.4
08.8
O9.3
OO.O
O9.2
09.3
09.7
O9.4
OO.O
1O.2
09.8
09.8
09.9
164.9
167.5
168.4
168.5
187. O
174.2
174.5
169.4
169.7
170. 1
OOO.O
169.7
OOO.O
169.5
168.9
168.9
169. 1
000.0
170.1
169.7
169.2
169.7
000.0
169.3
169.6
170.9
169.9
000.0
169.0
168.7
169.4
169.0
000.0
170. 1
191.2
188.6
183.3
OOO.O
178.7
177.4
175.3
177.1

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




OOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




OOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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09/24
09/24
09/24
O9/24

09/24
09/24
09/24
09/24

09/24
09/24
O9/24
09/24

TIME HEAT
21:04
21: 19
21:34
21 149

22=04
22: 19
22=34
22:49

.?3'O4
23: 19
23:34
23:49

I MPUT
BTU/HR


-J-, 00146 12.4E+07
I 01:46 10.8E+07
^ 02:46 10.5E+07
cr> 03«46 ll.OE+07
04:46 1O.I5E+07
05:46 10.1E+07
06:46 10.
07:46 10.
08:46 11.
09:46 14.
1O:46 OO.
11:46 13.
12:49 11.
13:49 11.
15:00 11.
15149 11.
16:49 10.
17:49 11.
18:49 11.
19:49 11.
20:49 11.
21:49 10.
22:49 oi.
23:49 10.

8E>07
8E+07
2E+07
OE+07
OE-O2
1E+07
OE+07
2E+07
2E+07
2E+07
3E+O7
OE+07
7IE+07
OE+07
2E+07
8E+07
2E+06
8E+07

OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
Ol
01
Ol
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
l'>.6E-i-O5
17.5E+05
15.7E+05
16.OE-I-05
16. 1E+05
15.9E+05
17. 1E+05
16.6E+05
17.<:.E+05
2O. 6E+05
OO.OIt-02
34.5E+05
19.8E-1-05
21.5E+05
20. 8E+05
21.2E-K>5
19.5E+05
23.3E+05
21 . 3E-K>5
19.4E+05
20.5E+05
19. 1E*05
17. 1E+05
22.8E+03
AVERAGE
0000.0 00.
1748.3 09.
1804.8 08.
1675.8 10.
1743.O O9.
OOOO.O 00.
1697.1 09.
1593.3 10.
1566.7 10.
1619.0 09.
OOOO.O OO.
1324.0 11.
1242.2 11.
1390.5 10.
1318.9 11.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
H/MMBTU
36.8E-01
35.5E-01
37.5E-01
38.5E-01
37.9E-01
36.2E-01
36.2E-01
38.0E-01
38.4E-O1
36.8E-01
OO.OE-02
97.4E-01
52.3E-01
54.7E-01
49.9E-01
44.6E-01
49.3E-01
49.2E-01
48.6E-01
53.3E-01
52.3E-01
51.5E-01
50.3E-01
46.5E-01
46.6E-01
O
1
9
1
4
0
5
0
3
9
0
2
9
6
2
000.0
341.9
314.5
343.5
333.3
OOO.O
343.8
341.9
342. 1
342.6
000.0
341.3
340.3
340.9
340. S
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS


























tt/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2

OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
22.2E-O1
14.0E-01
13.2E-01
18.6E-01
20.8E-01
12.2E-01
92.3E-02
10. 1E-01
89.7E-02
80.6E-02
OO.OE-02
15.8E-01
12. 1E-01
14.8E-01
11.4E-01
3O.8E-02
91.4E-02
10.6E-01
"9. 1E-O2
14.4E-01
10.5E-01
10.7E-O1
10.6E-01
1 1.6E-01
12.5E-01
000.
153.
152.
154.
133.
000.
152.
152.
152.
152.
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152.
150.
151.
151.
0
0
5
3
3
0
4
6
1
4
0
2
8
4
5
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























10O
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

0000.0
0352.9
0336.6
0348.9
0346. 1
0000.0
0356.2
0311. 1
0319.9
0329. 1
OOOO. 0
0317.7
0312.6
0345.9
0325.4
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
39.7
6O.5
64.9
51.8
45.2
66.3
74.5
73.4
76.6
78. 1
OO.O
83.7
76.9
72.9
77.1
81.9
81.5
78.4
79.6
73.0
79.9
79.2
78.9
75.0
71.7
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09.
09.
10.
09.
00.
10.
10.
10.
10.
00.
1 1.
11.
10.
11.




























O OOO.O
7 173.4
5 171.3
4 172.8
9 172.5 GOOD HOUR
0 OOO.O
0 172. O
4 170.6
6 170.7
3 171.1 GOOD HOUR
0 OOO. 0
4 168.7
8 168.7
9 168.9
4 168.8 GOOD HOUR



GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD   DAY

-------
ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT 25,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                   CELANESE FOD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND.MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT 25,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? 1N9250
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT925--0
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9250
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 125OO
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
0100
0200
03OO
04OO
0500
0600
O700
08OO
0900
1000
1100
1200
1300
08795
08047
08422
09918
09944
08608
08234
08608
08177
08363
09106
10035
09664
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
MO
NO
NO

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CO
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2OOO
2100
2200
2300
240O
DATE

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09 1 06
10035
09I35O
09478
O9292
1O035
09664
091O6
09664
09106
08920
TIME

00:04
OO: 19
00«34
00=49

01:04
01: 19
01:34
01:49

02:04
025 :l 9
02:34
02:49

03:04
03: 19
03:34
O3: 4^>

OOOOO
ooooo
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
CO

00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
SO2 INLET
PPM
OOOO.O
1497.6
1752.9
1999.0
1749.3
OOOO.O
2006.9
2028.3
1921 . 2
1985.5
0000.0
1765.6
1798.2
1445.0
1669.6
0000.0
1445.0
1332.7
1387.9
138R.5


027.

00.0
10.2
09. 1
08.4
09.2
OO.O
08.2
08.3
09.4
08.6
00.0
09.8
09.3
10.5
10.0
00.0
10. 1
09.9
09.8
09.9
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
ooo.o
341.8
342.2
343.2
342.4
000.0
343.6
343.2
344. 1
343.6
000 . 0
344.3
344.7
343.2
344. 1
OOO.O
341.7
342.6
342.5
342. 3


S02 INTER
PPM
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O


TEMP
F
ooo.o
151.2
150.6
152.6
151.5
000.0
153.6
151.8
153.0
152.8
000.0
150.8
151.6
ISO. 5
151.0
000.0
152.5
153.9
154.0
153.5


S02 OUTLET
PPM
0000.0
0321.2
0371.2
0366.7
0353.0
OOOO.O
0337. 1
O317.0
O192. 1
0282. 1
0000.0
O330.4
0344.1
0290.3
0321.6
OOOO.O
O337 . 4
0344.2
034 1 . 3
0341.0


02'/.

00.0
10.2
09.4
08.6
O9.4
00.0
08.7
08.9
10.0
09.2
00.0
10. 1
10. 1
10.9
10.4
00.0
1O.2
10. 1
10. 1
10. 1


TEMP
F
000.0
168.8
168.4
170. 1
169. 1
OOO.O
170.8
170.4
171.2
170.8
000.0
170.1
170. 1
170.4
170.2
OOO.O
169.9
17O.7
170.1
170.2








GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR
       O9/25
                   O4"O4 OO
                                      OOOO.O
                                                OO.O   OOO.O
                                                                    OOOO.O
                                                                                OOO. O
                                                                                              OOOO.O
                                                                                                          OO.O  OOO.O

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O9/25
O9/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
O9/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
0°/25

09/25
O9/25
09/25
0°/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
O9/25

09/25
00/25
O9/25
O4: 19
O4t34
04:49

05104
05: 19
05:34
05:49

06:04
O6: 19
06:34
06:49

07 804
07= 19
07:34
O7:49

08:04
08: 19
08:34
08: 49

09:04
09: 19
09: 34
O9:49

10"12
10: 17
10=32
:10:47

1 1 : 02
11:17
11:32
11:47

12-02
12= 17
1 2" 32
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
OO
00
00
AVERAGE
Ol
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
1435. 1
1483. O
1505.6
1474.6
OOOO.O
1455.7
1242.9
1434.4
1377.7
0000.0
13O2.7
1412.5
1380.5
1365.2
OOOO.O
1313.7
1373.2
1431.7
1372.9
0000. 0
1422.4
1438.4
1453.0
1437.9
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
1478.9
1453.7
1298. 1
1359.3
1397.5
OOOO . O
1520.9
1450.4
1-540. 1
1503.. 8
1675. 1
1870.O
1869.3
O9.5
09.3
09.7
09.5
OO.O
10.4
1O.2
10.0
10.2
00.0
1O.9
10.3
10.5
10.6
00.0
09.8
09.7
09.8
09. 8
00.0
O9.5
10.0
09.8
09. 8
00.0
00. 0
00.. 0
00. 0
00. 0
09.8
09.8
10.7
10.2
10. 1
00.0
09. 1
09.4
09.5
0°. 3
08.8
08. 1
OS . 6
343.3
343.7
342.9
343.3
000.0
342.7
344.2
340.0
342.3
000 . 0
338.4
339.5
339.6
339.2
000.0
339.9
339.5
340.4
3-50. o
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342.2
340.8
311. 6
331.5
000.0
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000. O
000.0
000. 0
342.3
342.8
341.3
342. 1
342. 1
000.0
338.2
337.7
338. O
338.O
338.7
339.6
340. 1
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . O
OOOO. O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
152.5
153.6
153. O
153.0
000.0
174.4
177.5
176. 1
176.0
ooo.o
156.3
155.9
155.5
155.9
OOO.O
154.9
153.8
152. 1
153. 6
000.0
154.0
152.2
152.2
152.8
000. 0
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000.0
000.0
0<"'0. 0
162.4
161. 1
154.6
154.2
158. 1
000.0
157.0
153.4
151.5
154.0
152.5
151.4
153.3
O332.6
O337.6
0320. 1
033O. 1
0000.0
O413.5
O556.7
0572. 1
0514. 1
OOOO.O
0301. O
0347.5
0325.2
0324.6
0000.0
0341.1
0287.2
0329.9
O319. 4
OOOO.O
O319.8
0322.5
0314.5
0318.9
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0430.9
0584.3
0272.5
0286.5
0393.6
OOOO.O
0201. 1
0204.3
0231.0
0212. 1
O249. 2
0281.2
0274. 1
09.8
O9.7
O9.9
09.8
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1O.8
10.5
10.2
10.5
00.0
11.1
10.5
1O.5
10.7
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09.9
O9.9
10. 1
10. O
OO. 0
09.8
10.2
10.0
10.0
00.0
OO. 0
OO.O
00.0
OO. O
10.3
10.3
11.0
1O. 3
10.5
OO.O
09. 1
09.5
09.5
09.4
08.8
08.2
08.7
168.7
168.9
169.5
169. O
OOO.O
189.8
198.0
198. O
195.3
000.0
176.8
174.2
173.5
174.8
OOO.O
172.8
17O.3
170.3
171 . 1
000.0
170.0
168.8
168. O
168.9
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
192.4
189.0
178.2
174.7
183.6
000.0
177. 1
173.5
171.6
174. 1
170.3
17O. 1
170.0



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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09/25
O9/25
O9/25
<>">/25

o°/2s
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
O9/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
>. 09/25
^ 09/25
ro
0
09/25
09/25
O9/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
00/25

00/215
0^/25
09/25
09/25

09/25
O9/25
09/25
09/25

12:47

13: 02
13:: 17
13132
13=47

14::02
14*17
14032
l-»:47

15:02
15: 17
15:3:?
15:47

16:02
16: 17
16:32
16:47


17:02
17: 17
17:32
17:47

18:02
18: 17
IB: 32
18:47

:l 9:: 02
19:: 17
19:32
1^:47

20:02
20: 17
2O: 32
2O: 47

01
AVERAGE
01
01
O1
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
0.1
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE

Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
1 754 . 3
1702. 2
1784.2
1763.6
1690.7
1695.8
1735.8
1626.6
1671. 1
1516.9
1612.O
1606.7
1652.5
1664.5
1 64 1 . 2
1622.6
1645.2
1621.3
1600.7
1587.4
1574.7
1596.0

1613.3
1596.7
1543. 1
1501.6
1564.9
1490.3
1316.0
12-58.7
1437.7
1385.7
1451.7
1416.5
1632.6
1671.8
1543.2
1625.9
1296. 1
I48O. 9
1385.9
1447.. 2
09.0
O8 . 6
OS. 8
OS. 7
08.9
09. 0
08. 9
09.0
08.7
09.5
08.9
09.0
08.6
08.4
08. 1
08.4
08. 4
08.5
08.7
09.0
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08.8

09. 0
09. 1
09. 4
07.8
08.8
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08.2
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O7 . 6
08.0
07. 8
07.6
07. 1
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07.4
07.8
08.7
O7.9
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OS. 3
341.7
340. 0
341 . 5
341.4
341.0
341.2
341.3
341. 3
34 1 . 3
341.6
341.3
341.4
341.5
341.5
341.3
342.0
341.6
342.3
342. 1
342.5
342.3
342.3

338.5
338.6
339.5
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338.3
336.8
336.9
337.4
338.9
337.5
340.4
340.9
342. 1
342. 3
34 1. . 4
341.3
340.4
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152.7
152.5
152.7
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151.5
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152.9
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151.5
151.2
151.7
152.0
150.8
152.2
151.5
151.6
152.4
152. &
158.2
188.8
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175.6
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197.6
185.8
192.5
178.0
160.2
157.0
154.4
162.4
154.5
153.3
154.8
156. 1
154.8
156.2
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155.8
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155.3
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0264.8
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0267.6
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0294.6
0281.0
O282.8
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0653.4
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026 1 . 6
0276.6
0251. 1
O197.5
O23 1 . 2
O213.2
0223. 3
O'3 . 0
08. 7
OS.o
08. 9
09.2
09. 4
09. 1
09.3
08.8
O9.7
09.2
O9.3
08.9
08.4
08.2
O8.4
08.5
08.2
08.5
08.7
08.7
08.5

08.8
08.8
O9. 1
08.8
08.9
08.8
09.2
09.6
08.5
09.0
08.8
08. 1
08.0
07. 9
08.2
08.4
09.8
09. 2
O9. 9
O9. 3
17O.7
17O. 3
17O. 2
169.6
169.6
168.7
169.5
169. 1
168.4
170. 1
168.7
169. 1
168.9
169. 1
168.5
168.5
168.8
168.4
168.0
168.9
197.7
175.8

193.9
212.9
218.7
215.9
210.4
214.6
188. 1
178.2
174. 1
188.8
172.6
170.7
170.8
171.5
171.4
171.0
170.5
170.3
169.5
170.3
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

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09/25
O9/25
O9/25
09/25

09/25
09/25
09/25
09/25

09/23
09/23
09/23
09/25
















TIME HEAT
21 : 02
21: 17
21:32
21 = 47

22:02
22:17
22:32
22:47

23 1 02
23J17
23132
23:47

INPUT
BTU/HR

O0:49
Ol:49
O2: 49
03:49
04:49
05:49
06:49
O7:49
O8:49
09:49
10:47
1 1 : 47
12«47
13:47
14:47
15147
16:47
17147
18:47
19:47
20:47
21:47
22:47
23:47


11.
10.
10.
12.
12.

OE+07
1E+07
5E+O7
4E+07
4E+07
10.8E+07
10.
10.
10.
OO.
11.
12.
12.
11.
12.
12.
11.
11.
12.
12.
1 1 .
12.
11.
11.

3E+07
8E+07
2E+07
OE-02
4E+07
5E+07
1E+07
4E+07
5E+07
3E+07
I5E+07
6E>07
!5E+O7
1E+07
4E+07
1E+07
4E+07
2E+07

Ol
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAB
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
19.3E+05
16.3E4-O3
19.9E+05
23.2E+05
22.. 4E+OI5
20.. 6E+05
20.4E+05
19.8E+05
18.I5E+O5
00. OE-02
21.7E+05
22.3E+O5
20.2E+05
19.4E+05
21.7E+05
20.2E-I-05
20. 1E+05
19.7E-»-0!5
2O.OE+05
18.4E+05
18.6E«-0!5
18.9E+05
17.7E+05
17.8E+05
AVERftBE
1557.4 07.
1134.5 OR.
1294.1 O7.
1443.1 07.
1357.3 07.
1455.0 07.
1336.7 07.
1446.4 07.
1435.1 07.
1418.3 07.
1470.3 07.
11252.2 08.
1360.6 08.
1345.3 08.
1357.1 08.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
»/MMBTU
51. 1E-O1
55. 1E-01
52.3E-01
43. 1E-01
44. 1E-01
43.9E-01
45.0E-O1
42.0E-01
44.0E-01
00. OE-02
44.2E-01
44.3E-O1
49.7E-01
49. 1E-O1
46. 1E-01
44.8E-01
44.9E-01
44.2E-O1
36.6E-01
38.9E-01
39.2E-01
35.3E-01
36.5E-01
35.9E-01
43.9E-O1
5
•5
7
5
8
8
7
•5
7
7
7
2
1
1
0




























341.6
34O.7
341.5
343.8
341.9
343.8
342.4
342.5
341.4
342.5
341.5
341.0
342.0
341.0
341.4
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02

OOOO.O
oooo . o
OOOO . 0
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
0000.0
0000 . 0
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
oooo.o
0000.0
oooo.o
oooo.o
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
H/MMBTU
10.5E-01
82. 1E-02
10.4E-01
10.8E-01
10. 1E-01
16.8E-01
1O.8E-01
99.5E-02
99.7E-O2
00. OE-02
12.9E-01
62.7E-02
74.4E-02
76.2E-O2
82.7E-O2
76.2E-02
1O. 1E-O1
24.3E-01
14.8E-01
74.2E-02
65.7E-02
61.8E-02
39.6E-02
26.2E-02
97.2E-02
156.6
154.8
155.7
155.6
155.7
157. O
155.2
154.9
153.4
155. 1
133.2
153.4
153.5
151.8
153. O
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
10O
100
100
1OO
1OO
1OO
100
100
100
OOO
100
10O
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

O240.9
0181. 1
0212.5
O235.9
0217.6
0191.7
O133.9
0137.9
01O6.3
0142.5
0081.7
0071.8
0102.1
0089.2
OO86.2
08.
09.
08.
O8.
O8.
08.
09.
08.
08.
O8.
08.
11.
09.
09.
O9.
6 169.4
7 169.6
8 17O.1
5 170.2
9 169.8 GOOD HOUR
5 170.1
7 168.9
2 168.8
2 167.4
7 168.8 GOOD HOUR
4 167.6
9 167.3
3 167.6
2 166.3
7 167.3 GOOD HOUR
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
79.5
85.1
80. 1
75.0
77.0
61.6
75.9
76.3
77.3
00.0
7O.9
85.9
85.0
84.5
82. 1
83.0
77.5
45.0
59.6
8O.9
83.2
82.5
89.2
92.7
77.8



























GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
OOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

GOOD DAY

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ENTER DATE OF  TEST
 ~> "SEPT 26, 198O"
                                                       PROGRAM CELDA
                                                    CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                       SEPT 26,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 '• IN9260
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9260
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P92A.O
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 i 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
ro 0 1 00
ro
0200
0300
O40O
0500
060O
O700
0800
090O
1000
1100
1200
1 3OO
08920
OV106
O8735
07991
07248
08177
08920
09292
09136
0'"''707
09517
O8565
O87I55
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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14OO
1500
1600
1700
1800
190O
2000
2100
220O
230O
2400
DATE
J>
jL. O9/26
rv> O9/26
00 09/26
O9/26
09/26
09/26
09/26
O9/26
09/:>6
09/26
O9/26
09/26
09/26
O9/26
O9/26
09 /2k
O97O7
O9136
08946
O9136
0(9565
08946
09517
O9326
O9 136
09326
0(5375
TIME
OOSO2
OOt 17
00:32
00147
01:02
OH 17
OU32
01:47
02:O2
02: 17
02:32
02:47
03:02
03t 17
03:32
03:47
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT

SO2 INLET O27.
PPM
1390.5 08.2
1181.0 O8.6
1329.3 08.2
1391.2 08.1
1323.O 08.3
1393.2
1091.3
1190.4
1163. 1
1209.5
1188.4
0883. 1
1028. 1
1156.4
1064.0
1048.. 0
0821.3
0992.8
1126.5
0°97. 2
08. 1
09. O
08.6
08.9
08.7
08.7
09.9
09. 1
08.5
O9. 1
09.2
1O.O
08.7
08.4
09. 1
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
342.0
341.3
342.6
342.0
342.O
342.7
341.8
343.6
345.2
343.3
342.9
34O.2
334.9
334.6
338.2
333.9
333.2
333.9
334.9
334.0

S02 INTER
PPM
0000.0
0000. O
0000. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO. 0

TEMP
F
152.9
152.2
152.9
151.5
152.4
153.3
152.4
152.3
153.4
152.9
151.8
166.7
164.7
155.9
159.8
153.4
152.6
152.9
152.8
152.9


S02 OUTLET
PPM
0065. 1
O039.4
0078. 1
O076. 1
0064.7
0059.
OO27.
O044.
0043.
0043.
0049.
0025.
0100.
0113.
O072.
0069.
0015.
O031.
OO49.
0041.
3
7
8
8
9
3
7
O
3
1
8
4
9
2
6

027.
O9.2
13.4
09.5
09. 1
10.3
09.2
14. 1
1O.6
10.3
11.1
10. O
15.2
11. 1
09.9
11.6
10. 1
15.8
11.0
10.1
11.7

TEMP
F
167.4
167.3
168. O
167. 1
167.5
168.6
167.6
167.9
169. 1
168.3
167.9
175.2
185.6
180. 1
177.2
174.7
173.6
172.4
172. 1
173.2
                                                                                                     GOOD  HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                     GOOD HOUR
O9/26
           04:02 01
                            12-56.2
                                    O8.O   336.5
                                                       OOOO.0
                                                                 154.5
                                                                              O054.3
                                                                                        09.3  171.6

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00/^6
00/26
o •"//;><•-,

00/26
00/26
00/26
OO/26

00/26
O9/26
O9/26
OO/26

09/26
09/26
OO/26
09/26

09/26
O9/26
09/26
09/26

09/26
09/26
09/26
09/26

09/26
09/26
09/26
O9/26

09/26
09/26
09/26
09/26

09/26
09/26
OO/26
04: 17
04: 32
C>4 = 4 7

05:02
05: 17
05:32
O5: 47

O6:02
O6: 17
06:32
O6=47

07: 02
O7: 17
07:32
07:47

08:02
08: 17
08:32
O3: 47

09: O2
09: 17
09:32
09:47

10:05
10:2O
10:35
10:5O

1 H 05
1 1 : 20
11:35
1 1 : 50

12: OS
12: 2O
12: 35
01
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
Ol
01
AVERAGE
Ol
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
Ol
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
OO
00
AVERAGE
00
OO
00
00
AVERAGE
00
OO
Ol
01
AVERAGE
01
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
01
1032., 7
1 161 -B
1 103.7
1161.1
1 173.7
0976.9
1177. 1
0097. o
1078. o
O80O . 4
0737.5
O839. 8
0023.7
086O. 4
0013.7
O717.5
0905.7
O973.6
O877.6
1038. 1
0515.4
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0776.3
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
0000.0
1829.4
1832. 1
1830. 8
1348. 7
1778.2
1 63 1 . 9
1464. 3
168O. 8
1 368 . 6
1 334 . 7
1 170. 4
00 . 5
O3 . 8
OR.o
OS . 8
O9. 1
1O. 1
O8. 8
00.9
oo . s
10. 1
10.7
09. 6
09. 4
1O.O
09.4
10.4
O9. 1
08.9
OP. 5
03.8
12.2
00. 0
00.0
1O.5
00. 0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
08.9
O8.9
O3.9
00.0
09.3
10.0
1O.7
09.8
11.1
1 0 . 4
1 O . S
336 . 2
336. 6
337 . 7
3 36 . 3
338. 2
330.2
338. 7
337.8
338.5
338. 7
339.2
339.8
339.6
339. 3
339. 9
341.3
34O.4
340. 1
34O. 4
3 33 . 2
337. O
OOO . O
000.0
337 . 6
OOO . 0
000.0
OOO.O
OOO. O
OOO . 0
000.0
000.0
328.8
329.2
329. O
323.3
320. 1
319.6
315. 1
310.5
320.6
310.2
323 . O
OOOO. O
OOOO . o
OOOO . 0
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO. O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
153.2
154.O
154.2
154.O
151 .0
154. 1
153.7
1 '"i 3 . 6
153.3
153.5
154.9
154.9
156.O
154.8
156.0
157.4
154.2
211.8
169.9
228.2
243.9
000 . 0
OOO.O
236. 1
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
OOO.O
OOO.O
000.0
267.9
268.9
268.4
269.5
263.6
265.3
257 . O
263.9
262.8
131.3
163. 7
O020 . 7
OO23. 3
0016.5
0028. 7
0011.4
OOO4 . 5
O021 . 1
OO16.8
O013.5
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0005.8
0008.9
0003. 7
0002.9
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.7
OOOO. 9
0294. 1
0219. 1
0000.0
OOOO. 0
O256. 6
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0472.3
0480.7
O476.5
0640.6
0581.6
0430.0
0405.3
O514.4
0331.5
O81O. 1
O475. 2
15.4
1O.8
10. 4
11.5
10.7
15.8
10.9
1 l.O
12. 1
11.9
16. 1
11.9
11.2
12.8
11.0
15.9
11.3
1O.6
12.2
1O.6
15.0
OO.O
OO.O
12.8
00.0
00.0
00.0
00.0
OO. 0
00.0
00.0
09.5
09.4
O9.5
09.2
09.7
10.2
1O.4
09.9
10.8
11.1
11.3
171.4
172.3
172.6
172. O
172.3
173.O
172.8
172.8
172. 7
174. 1
174.8
174.7
174.3
174.5
174.3
175.6
174.1
214.7
184.7
259.2
274.9
OOO.O
000.0
267. 1
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
000.0
313.6
315.7
314.7
316.8
308.0
312. O
306.3
31O.8
31O.9
243.9
215.7



GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




BAD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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ro
en
       09/26
       09/26
       O9/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       O9/26
       09/26
       O9/26
       09/26
       O9/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       O9/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       O9/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
       O9/26
       09/26
       0'>/26
       09/26
       09/26
       09/26
12s SO
01

AVERAGE
13:05
13i 2O
13:35
13:50
Ol
Ol
Ol
Ol




AVERAGE
14:O5
14:20
14«35
14:50
Ol
01
01
01




AVERAGE
15:05
15:2O
15:35
15:50
01
01
01
01




AVERAGE
16:05
16:2O
16:35
16:50
Ol
01
Ol
01




AVERAGE
17s 05
17:20
17:35
17:50
01
01
01
01




AVERAGE
18:05
18:20
18:35
18:50
01
01
01
01




AVERAGE
19:05
19:20
19:35
19:5O
01
01
01
01




AVERAGE
20:05
20:20
20:35
20:50
01
01
01
01




AVERAGE
1381.
1313.
14O9.
1366.
1361.
17OO.
1459.
1938.
1998.
1806.
1961.
1926.
1910.
1921.
1892.
1901.
1906.
1677.
1524.
1554.
1549.
1576.
147O.
1446.
1417.
1369.
1425.
1272.
1296.
1171.
1055.
1199.
1217.
1132.
1120.
1219.
1172.
1415.
1534.
1425.
14S"5.
1465.
2
7
1
6
9
4
5
3
9
1
8
3
5
2
6
9
6
8
8
1
5
6
3
4
1
2
8
1
8
7
4
0
0
•-,
5
6
4
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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT 27,1980"
                                                      PROOFAM CFLDA
                                                   CELANESE FDD SYSTEM
                                                   CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT 27,198O
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN927O
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT927O
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9270
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
3=-
I
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0200
0300
0400
0500
0600
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1000
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1200
1300

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08565
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08185
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08375
08375
07780
07410
09818
09262
09262

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BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
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NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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00:35
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S02 INLET
PPM
1367.9
1151. 1
1110.6
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1 174.7
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1276. 1
1O60.0
1490. 9
1226.4
1428.4
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09.5
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09.6
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NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
338.8
338.3
340.3
343.2
340.2
346.3
346.7
343.2
341.1
344.3
339. 1
337.9
339. 1
334. 3
337.6
334. 1
333.6
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F
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154.0
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155.8
156.9
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158.4
157.7
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156.4
157.4
171. 1
163. 7
162.2
158. 1
156.8
155. 1
155.0
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S02 OUTLET
PPM
0249.8
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0198.8
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10.7
10.7
10.2
10.7
09.5
09.6
13.4
10. 2
10.7
09.7
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TEMP
F
174.6
174.7
176.8
178.2
176. 1
178.3
181.3
177.8
177.7
178.8
177.5
177.4
185. 1
191 . 6
182.9
180.8
178. 1
177.2
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00.0
10.2
11.1
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10.0
00.0
10.4
09.2
00.0
00.0
09. 1
09.2
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09.5
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09. 5
09.4
00.0
09.8
09.7
1O.9
1C. 1
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175.O
176.O
175.6
177.6
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176.4
179.8
180.0
179. 1
000.0
179.6
000.0
178.2
175.9
000.0
177. 1
172.8
173.5
172. 1
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172.8
172.2
171.3
170.5
OOO.O
171.3
168.9
000.0
000.0
171.6
17O.3
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201.6
182.6
176.8
187.0
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174.2
173. 1
173.6
173.6

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09/27 21: 17
09/27 21:32
09/27 21:47
09/27 22:02
09/27 22:17
09/27 22:32
09/27 22:47
09/27 23:02
O9/27 23S17
09/27 23J32
09/27 23:47
TIME HEAT INPUT
BTU/HR

00:50
01:50
02:50
O3I5O
O4I50
05:50
06S5O
07:50
03:50
09159
10:59
11:59
12: 59
13:59
14:59
15«57
16:57
17:57
18:47
19:47
2O: 47
21:47
22:47
23:47


10.2E+07
10.5E+07
10.7E+07
1O.9E+O7
10.2E+O7
!O.2E-»-O7
10.5E+O7
10.5E+07
OO.OE-02
92.6E+06
12.3E+07
1 1 . 6E+07
1 1 . 6E+07
1 1 . 6E+07
1 1 . 6E+07
10.7E+07
11.3E+O7
12.3E+07
12.0E-1-07
1 1 . 8E+07
11. 1E+07
1 1 . 3E+07
11. 1E+07
10.7E+07

OO OOOO.O OO.O
Ol 149S.2 OS. 5
01 1467.7 08.3
Ol 1371.9 O8.7
AVERAGE 1445.9 O8.5
OO OOOO.O OO.O
Ol 1179.7 O8.8
01 1242.2 08.3
01 150O.9 08.0
AVERAGE 1307.6 08.4
00 0000.0 00.0
01 1215.0 08.9
01 1356.6 08.5
01 1532.2 07.8
AVERAGE 1367.9 O8.4
FLUE GAS SO2 INLET
FLOWRATE EMISSIONS
DSCF/HR
20.2E+05
19.9E+05
19.3E+05
20.3E+05
2O. 1E+05
21.8E+05
2O. 3E+05
16.7E+05
OO.OE-O2
18.2E+05
25.3E+05
21. 1E+05
21.5E+O5
1B.9E+05
18.5E+05
17.7E-I-05
18.7E+05
20. 1E+05
18.7E+05
19. 1E+05
18.6E-I-05
18.8E+05
18.2E+05
17.5E-I-05
AVERAGE
#/MMBTU
38.5E-O1
38.7E-01
43.6E-01
43.3E-01
42.2E-01
38. 1E-01
36.7E-01
42. 1E-01
OO.OE-02
38.7E-01
32. OE-01
33. OE-01
38.7E-01
38.4E-01
32.7E-01
28. 1E-01
29.8E-01
29.5E-O1
39.8E-01
43. OE-01
41. 1E-01
39.7E-O1
35.5E-01
37.3E-01
37.4E-01
OOO . O
321.7
32O.9
320.2
320 . 9
OOO.O
320.3
320.8
321.7
32O.9
000.0
32O.9
321.3
321.3
321.3
SO2 INTER
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02

OOOO.O OOO.O
OOOO.O 154.5
OOOO.O 154.8
OOOO.O 153.5
OOOO.O 154.3
OOOO.O OOO.O
OOOO.O 153.4
0000.0 153.7
0000.0 153.1
0000.0 153.4
0000.0 OOO.O
0000.0 152.5
0000.0 152.1
OOOO.O 152. O
OOOO.O 152.2
SO2 OUTLET S02 INTER
EMISSIONS EFFICIENCY
#/MMBTU
79. 1E-02
76.2E-02
24.6E-02
45.4E-02
19. OE-02
1 1 . 3E-02
10.2E-02
22.6E-02
OO.OE-02
95.7E-O2
13.6E-01
10.9E-01
13.3E-01
15.6E-01
14.3E-01
99. OE-02
66.3E-02
75.0E-O2
78.4E-02
12.6E-01
75. 1E-02
73.7E-02
79.3E-02
84. 3E-02
79. 1E-O2
PERCENT
100
100
100
100
1OO
10O
1OO
100
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

OOOO.O OO.O OOO.O
0247.6 1O.2 172.4
O226.6 1O.O 172.4
0222.4 1O.3 172.0
O232.2 1O.2 172.3 GOOD HOUR
OOOO.O OO.O OOO.O
0213.9 10.7 171.4
0239.8 1O.4 171.6
0289.1 09.7 170.7
0247.6 10.3 171.2 GOOD HOUR
OOOO.O 00.0 OOO.O
0216.1 11.2 170.9
0271.9 10.6 171.5
0283.9 09.7 171.2
0257.3 1O.5 171.2 GOOD HOUR
SO2 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
79.4
80.3
94.3
89.5
95.5
97.0
97.2
94.6
OO.O
75.3
57.6
66.9
65.7
59.3
56.2
64.7
77.3
74.6
80.3
7O.6
81.7
81.4
77.7
77.4
78.1

GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
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GOOD HOUR
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ENTER DOTE  OF  TEST
 -,-  "SEPT  28, 190_80"
                                                       PROGRAM  CELDA
                                                    CELANESE FGD  SYSTEM
                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                       SEPT 28,1980
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9280
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9280
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ~' P9280
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 •> 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
OJ 010O
ro
0200
0300
O400
0!500
0600
0700
0800
0900
1OOO
1100
120O
13OO
07966
08892
08892
O8707
013151
08707
08892
09448
08929
08929
08929
09353
1OO45
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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OJ
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 1 4OO

 1500

 160O

 1700

 1KOO

 1900

 2000

 2100

 2200

 2300

 24OO

 DATE

09/28
09/28
09/23
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      09/28
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09/28
OV/28
09/23
09/23

O9/28
09/28
09/28
09/28

09/28
09/28
09/28
09/28

32, 00/28
I 09/28
£ 09/28
-^ 09/28

09/28
O9/28
09/28
09/28

09/28
09/28
09/23
09/28

09/23
09/28
09/28
09/28

O9/28
O9/28
O9/28
O4: 17
O4:32
O4:47

05:02
O5: 17
05:32
05:47

06:02
06: 17
O6:32
06:47

07: 02
07i 17
07:32
07:47

08JO2
08: 17
08- '32
03:47

09:02
09: 17
09:32
O9S47

10:03
10: 18
10S33
10:43

11:03
11: 18
11:33
11:48

12:O3
12= 18
12: 33
01
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
Ol
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
00
00
00
AVERAGE
00
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
Ol
Ol
1466.3
1439.7
1453. O
1 453 . O
OOOO.O
1459.O
1296. 1
1278. 1
1344.4
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1290. 1
1278. 1
1379.9
1316.0
OOOO.O
1544.3
1552.8
1568. 1
1555.2
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1584.7
1474.9
1461.7
1507. 1
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OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
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OOOO.O
1365.9
1337.9
1256.9
132O.2
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1323.4
1313.4
1189.0
1275. 3
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1336.O
1361.3
O8.7
O8.9
O8. 9
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00. O
O8.8
09.8
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O9.4
00.0
09.3
09.4
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09. 1
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08. 1
08. 1
08. 1
08. 1
00.0
07.5
08.3
08.8
08.2
00.0
00.0
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00.0
00.0
00.0
08. 1
08.5
08.5
08.4
00.0
07.4
07.5
03.3
07. 7
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O7.4
O7. 2
32O.6
321.6
32 1 . 6
321 . 3
000. O
323.0
325.2
325.5
324 . 6
OOO.O
324. 1
324.9
325. 1
324.7
000.0
325.8
325.8
326. 1
325.9
000 . 0
326.7
327.2
324.2
326.0
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
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000.0
328.9
331.9
332.2
331.0
OOO.O
319.3
323. 2
316.6
319.9
000.0
325.9
327.6
OOOO. O
OOOO. O
OOOO. O
O<">OO - 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO. 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
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OOOO.O
OOOO.O
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0000.0
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OOOO . O
0000.0
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0000.0
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OOOO.O
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0000.0
0000.0
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0000.0
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OOOO.O
OOOO.O
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151 . 1
150.3
15O. 4
1 50 . 6
OOO . O
149.4
150.5
150. 1
15O.O
OOO.O
150.8
149.7
149.8
ISO. 1
000.0
149.6
146.0
148.7
148. 1
OOO.O
150.0
148.9
148. 1
149.0
000.0
000.0
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000.0
000.0
000.0
150. 1
151.0
148. 1
149.7
OOO.O
144.9
145.4
138.2
142.8
OOO.O
149.8
148.7
0264.4
0236.7
O240. 1
0247. 1
OOOO.O
0241.9
0229.8
0231.8
0234.5
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0239.5
0242.5
0262.4
0248. 1
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O301. 1
0171.0
0201.8
0224.6
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0632.9
0621. 1
0346.2
0533.4
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OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
0200.2
0234.2
0231.8
0222. 1
0000.0
O188.7
O170.8
0134.5
0164.7
OOOO.O
O173.4
0196.4
10.8
11.0
10.9
1O.9
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11.1
12.0
12.5
11.9
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11.7
11.8
11.4
11.6
00.0
1O. 3
10.3
10.5
10.4
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09.9
O9.9
10. 1
10.0
00. O
00.0
00.0
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00.0
00.0
1O.8
11.0
10.6
10.8
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O9.9
O9.6
10. 1
O9.9
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09.3
O8.8
172.3
170.3
17O.O
170.9
000.0
168.9
168.7
168.9
168.8
OOO.O
168.6
168.3
168.7
168.5
OOO.O
167.9
164. 1
165.9
166.0
000.0
169.0
168.4
165.9
167.8
OOO. O
000.0
000.0
OOO.O
000.0
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169.8
170.7
170.3
170.3
000.0
165.7
165.2
159.0
163.3
000.0
169.3
167.2,



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O9/28

09/28
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09/28
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12S48

13:03
13: 18
13:33
13=48

14=03
14i 18
14:33
14:48

15:03
15: 18
15:33
15:48

:16=03
163 18
16:33
16:48

17:03
17i 18
17:33
17:48

18:03
18: 18
18:33
18:48

19:03
19J 18
19:33
19:48

20:03
20: 18
20:33
20:48

01
AVERAGE
00
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
1 37 1 . 2
1356.2
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1274. 1
1316. O
1286.8
1292.3
0000. O
1247.5
1217.6
1159.8
12O8.3
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1099.2
1124.5
1155. 1
1126.3
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1109.9
1033.4
0967.6
1037. O
0000.0
1298. 1
1250.9
1230.9
1260.0
0000.0
1330.7
1380.5
1478.3
1396.5
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1405. 1
1409.8
1476.3
1430.4
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1546. 1
1412.5
1305.4
1421.3
07.0
07.2
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07.4
07.3
07.3
07.3
00.0
O7.2
07.6
08.0
07.6
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07.9
08.0
07.7
07.9
00.0
07.9
08. 1
08.3
08. 1
00.0
07.2
07.9
O7.9
07.7
00.0
07.5
O7.7
07.4
07.5
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07.6
07.7
07.5
07.6
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07.2
08. 1
08.8
08.0
324 . k
326.0
OOO.O
328.5
328.3
327.9
328.2
OOO.O
327.0
321 .3
322.4
323.6
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324.5
325.5
325. 1
325.0
000.0
326.5
324.9
325.8
325.7
000.0
327.5
327.6
328.2
327.8
000.0
326.3
327.8
327.5
327.2
000.0
331.3
328.6
330.2
330. O
OOO.O
331.6
331.6
332.4
331.9
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OOOO . O
OOOO.O
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0000.0
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0000.0
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147. O
148.5
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152.2
152.2
152.6
152.3
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166.0
176.6
155. 1
165.9
000.0
154.5
154.7
154.4
154.5
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155.2
154.5
155.0
154.9
000.0
155.4
156. 1
156. 1
155.9
000.0
153.6
154.6
155.9
154.7
000.0
188.3
164.8
161.7
171.6
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161.0
159.0
159.8
159.9
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0625.6
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08.9
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O9. 1
09.0
08.9
09.0
00.0
08.7
08.8
09.4
09.0
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09.5
09.5
09.3
09.4
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09.2
09.7
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09.6
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08.9
O9. 1
10.0
O9.3
00.0
08.7
08.9
08.8
O8.8
00.0
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09.5
09.6
09.4
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08.8
08.7
10. 1
09.2
165.6
167.4
000.0
171.2
172.0
171.6
171.6
000.0
182.6
193.0
179.3
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174. 1
173.7
172.5
173.4
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173.5
172.5
172.6
172.9
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172.8
173. 1
172.8
172.9
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172. O
174. O
174.5
173.5
000.0
2O2.4
192.2
183.0
192.5
000.0
179.2
177.7
177.3
178. 1

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O9/2S
09/28


00/213
OO/28
00/23
OQ / 23

O9/2I3
O9/29
09/28
09/28

21 = 03
21: 18
21 : 33
21 :48

22" O3
22: 18
22:33
22:48

23:03
23: 19
23:33
23:48

TIME HEAT INPUT
BTU/HR

00: 47
01:47
02: 47
03147
04:47
05:47
O6: 47
07: 47
03:47
O9: 47
10:43
1 1 :48
12:41?
13: 48
14: 43
15:48
16:48
17: 43
18:48
19: 48
2O: 48
21:413
22:48
23: 48


99. 6E+O6
1 1. 1E+07
11. 1E+07
10.9E+07
10.2E+07
lO.9E-»-07
1 1 . 1E+07
1 1 . 8E+O7
1 1 . 2E+07
OO.OE-O2
1 . 2E+O7
2.3E+07
2.6E+O7
2. 1E+07
2.6E+07
12.6E+07
13.0E+07
13.3E-I-07
12.8E+07
13.3E+07
1 1 . 4E+07
1 1 . 6E+07
10.5E+O7
1O.OE+O7

C'O
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
Ol
01
AVERAGE
OO
Ol
01
01
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
17.7E+05
19. 3E-I-05
19.7E+05
18.3E-I-05
17.3E+05
19.5E+O5
10. 4I-+O5
18.9E-»-O5
18.0E+05
OO.OE-02
18. 3E+05
19.2E+05
18. 8E*05
IB. 3E-H>5
1Q. 4E+05
19.8E+05
20.9E+05
20.6E+05
19. 6E+05
20.5E+05
13. 2E+05
18.8E+05
15. 7E t-05
13. 1E+O5
AVERAGE
OO<"'0. O OO .
1325.3 O8.
1 4 ~-!7 . 1 Oft
1447.O 08.
14O3. 1 OR.
OOOO.O OO.
1668.5 O7.
1601.8 O7.
1696.4 O7.
1685.6 O7.
OOOO.O OO.
1255.5 09.
1138.5 09.
13O6. 1 09.
1 233. 4 OO
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
K/MMBTU
40. 1E-01
40.6E-01
40.5E-01
40.3E-01
41.0E-01
39.9E-01
38. 1E-01
41 . 4E-01
40.4E-O1
OO.OE-O2
35.9E-01
33.0E-01
33.7E-01
32. 5E-01
31.0E-01
29.4E-01
27.6E-01
32.4E-01
35.6E-01
36.6E-01
37.6E-01
37.7E-01
42.OE-O1
37.0E-01
36. 7E-01
0
4
O
3
2
O
3
2
2
2
O
5
9
2
S
OOO. O
3 3 2 . O
o-^«^ «=;
335. 8
3^4. 4
OOO . 0
334.9
334.9
334.9
334.9
OOO . O
333.0
332.2
334.0
333. 1
S02 INTER
EMISSIONS


























»/MMBTU
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
OO.OE-02
00. OE-O2

OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
OOOO. O
OOOO- O
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO. O
SO2 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
80.2E-O2
94. 3E-02
35.6E-O2
17.3E-01
84.2E-O2
88.4E-02
91.2E-02
72. 7E-02
16.6E-01
OO.OE-02
74.9E-02
50.8E-02
54. 1E-02
84.4E-02
12.6E-01
47.2E-02
34.6E-02
43. 1E-02
64.4E-02
14.4E-01
10.6E-01
37.6E-02
96.5E-02
58.4E-02
87. 3E-02
ooo.
159.
16O.
1 59 .
1 6O .
OOO.
159.
157.
155.
157.
OOO.
155.
155.
155.
1 55 .
S02
1
7
5
7
O
O
6
0
9
5
0
0
3
1
1
INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























1OO
100
100
1OO
100
100
100
100
1OO
OOO
100
100
100
100
100
too
100
100
1OO
100
100
100
too
100

OOOO.O
O254 . 3
0297.3
0 3O7 . 2
0286.3
OOOO. 0
0398. 1
0336. 1
0305. 1
O346. 4
OOOO. 0
0165.9
0142.6
O166.6
0158.4
SO2 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
8O.O
76.8
78.9
57.0
79.5
77.9
76. 1
82.4
58.9
00.0
79. l
84.6
84.0
74. O
59. 3
84.0
87.5
86.7
81.9
6O.6
71.8
76.8
77.0
84.2
76.5
OO.
10.
09.
00.
09.
00.
O8.
08.
O8.
08.
00.
11.
12.
11.
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0 OOO.O
4 176.8
5 177.3
4 176.5
8 176.9 GOOD HOUR
O OOO.O
8 176.2
7 174.0
5 172.4
7 174.2 GOOD HOUR
0 000.0
5 171.9
0 171.4
5 171.5
7 171.6 GOOD HOUR



OOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR

HOOD  PftY

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ENTER DATE OF TEST
 ? "SEPT 2?,1980"
                                                      PROGRAM CELDA
                                                    CELANESE  F<3D  SYSTEM
                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                      SEPT 29,198O
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN9290
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT9290
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9290
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 ? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
01 OO
0200
0300
04OO
05OO
0600
070O
0800
0900
IOOO
1100
1 200
1300
07998
07998
07998
07812
0744O
07812
08929
091.15
08460
0846O
03460
089(59
09 1 65
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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14OO
15OO
16OO
17OO
1800
1 9OO
2OOO
2100
22OO
230O
2400
DATE

09/29
09/29
O9/29
O9/29

09/29
O9/29
O9/29
09/29

09/29
O9/29
09/29
09/29

09/29
09/29
09/29
O9/29

07931
O91O7
O7Q31
07931
07755
08 1 O7
08636
03460
O846O
07579
07402
TIME

00:03
00: 18
00«33
OO: 43

01:03
01:18
01:33
01:48

02: O3
O2: 18
02:33
02:48

03: 03
O3» 18
03:33
03:48

OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
ooooo
OOOOO
ooooo
CO

OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET 027.
PPM
OOOO.O
1261.5
1282.8
1 32O. 0
1 288 . 1
OOOO. 0
1011.5
1113.9
1181.7
1 102. 4
OOOO. 0
1211.6
1231.6
1227.6
1223. 6
OOOO . O
1250.2
1291.4
1253.5
1265.O

00. 0
09.8
09.0
03 ft
09. 2
OO.O
1O.6
09.3
09. O
O'=> 6
OO.O
OS. 7
08.8
OS . 8
03.8
OO . 0
O8. 9
OS. 7
OS. °
OS. 8
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
OOO . O
333 . 9
335. 4
335 . 4
334 . 9
OOO . O
336.7
337.0
335 . 6
336 . 4
OOO . O
335.2
334.9
335.0
335. O
OOO.O
335.5
335.3
33 1 . O
333 . 9
S02 INTER
PPM
OOOO.
0
OOOO. 0
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
C'OOO .
0
o
o
O
0
o
O
o
o
0
o
0
o
O
0
0
o
0
TEMP
F
000 . 0
155.2
154.6
155. 6
155. 1
OOO. O
154.8
154.5
154.9
154.7
OOO . 0
154.4
153.6
153.7
153.9
OOO . O
153.0
176.7
161. 1
163.6
•502 OUTLET
PPM
oooo.o
0171.8
0167.6
0190. 5
0176.6
0000.0
0125.4
0127.4
0143.2
0132.0
OOOO.O
0169.6
O166.8
0165.6
0167.3
OOOO.O
0164.9
0505. O
0273.4
O314.4
O27.

00.0
11.8
11.4
1O. 9
11.4
00.0
12.7
11.8
10.9
11.8
00. 0
10.5
10.7
10.6
10.6
00.0
10.8
10.6
1O.8
1O.7
TEMP
F
OOO.O
171.7
171.4
171.2
171.4
OOO.O
172.0
171.4
170.8
171 .4
OOO. 0
170.5
170. 1
169.6
170. 1
000. O
169.8
185.7
186.7
180.7
                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
                                                                                          GOOD HOUR
04:O3 OO
                OOOO.O
                         OO.O  OOO.O
                                            OOOO.O
                                                                   OOOO.O
                                                                             OO.O  OOO.O

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O9/29
O9/29
O9/29

09/2<»
09/29
09/29
09/29

09/29
09/29
09/29
09/29

09/29
09/29
O9/29
O9/29

3=. 09/29
,L 09/29
CO 09/29
10 09/29

O9/29
09/29
09/29
O9/29

09/29
O9/29
O9/29
09/29

09/29
09/29
09/29
O9/29

09/29
09/29
09/29
04: 18
04:33-
O4S43

05:03
05: 18
05:33
05:48

06:03
O6: 18
06: 33
06J48

07 803
071 18
O7:33
07:48

OS: 03
08: 18
08:33
08:48

1O:08
10:23
10:38
10:53

11B08
11:23
11:38
1 1 : 53

12:08
12:23
12:38
12:53

13:08
13:23
13:38
Ol
Ol
Ol
AVERAGE
OO
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
01
01
01
AVERAGE
00
Ol
Ol
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
Ol
00
AVERAGE
01
01
01
OO
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
OO
AVERAGE
01
01
01
1 185. O
1243.6
1312.7
1247. 1
OOOO.O
1220.9
1145.8
1220.3
1195.7
OOOO.O
1342.0
1538. 1
1669.2
1516.4
OOOO.O
1439.7
1431.7
1465.7
1445.7
OOOO.O
1596.7
1642.6
1559.4
1599.6
1433.7
1361.3
1349.3
0000.0
1381.4
1331.3
1374.6
1383.5
OOOO.O
1364.8
1258.2
1313.4
1353.9
0000.0
1308.5
1302.7
1282.3
1169. 1
O9.2
OS. 9
OS. 7
O8.9
OO.O
09.4
10.0
09.9
09.8
00.0
09.6
O8.5
08.3
08.8
OO.O
O9.2
O9.3
08.9
09. 1
00.0
08.5
08.5
08.7
08.6
08.8
09.0
09. O
OO.O
O8.9
O9. 1
08.7
08.8
OO.O
08.9
08.9
08.4
07.8
OO.O
OS. 4
OS. 3
08.5
09.5
331. 1
331.9
332. O
331.7
OOO.O
332.5
332.4
331.8
332.2
OOO.O
337.6
334.2
334.2
335.3
OOO.O
332.9
332.2
332.7
332.6
000.0
331.3
334.0
330.9
332. 1
332.2
332. 1
331.2
OOO.O
331.8
324.9
319.9
325.2
OOO.O
323.3
324.3
33O.4
327.8
000.0
327.7
332.2
33O. 2
330."
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO . 0
156. 1
155.O
155.6
155.6
OOO.O
154.8
155.2
156.3
155.4
000.0
157.3
157.5
155.7
156.8
OOO.O
155.6
155.1
155.2
155.3
OOO.O
152.5
154.5
150. 1
152.4
152.5
152.5
152.4
OOO.O
152.5
155.6
146.9
151.1
OOO.O
151.2
153.9
154.8
149. 1
000.0
152.6
155.5
154.2
154.7
O2O1.9
0196.8
O21O.9
0203.2
0000.0
0184.3
O162.4
0171.6
O172.8
OOOO.O
0257.6
0287.8
O312.7
O286.0
OOOO.O
0254.4
0258.3
0258.5
0257. 1
0000.0
O286. 1
0294. 1
0264 . 7
O281.6
0215.1
0203.6
0208.4
OOOO.O
0209.0
O264.0
0255.5
0256.8
OOOO.O
0258.8
0182.1
O196.6
0237.0
0000.0
O205.2
0317.6
0308.7
0296.3
10.9
1O.9
10.7
1O.8
OO.O
11.4
12.0
12.0
11.8
00.0
11.4
10.2
O9.7
10.4
00.0
10.6
10.7
10.7
1O.7
00.0
1O.O
10. 1
10.3
10. 1
10.3
10.6
10.4
00.0
10.4
10.3
10.0
09.8
OO.O
10. O
10.2
09.6
O9. 1
00.0
09.6
09.0
09.2
09.5
175.5
174.5
174.8
174.9
000.0
173.5
173.6
174. 1
173.7
000.0
175.6
174. O
172.7
174. 1
000.0
173.3
172.4
172.8
172.8
000.0
169. 1
172. 1
168.2
169.8
170.5
17O. 1
170.6
OOO.O
17O.4
177.4
166. 1
170.4
OOO.O
171.3
171.9
171.8
167.0
000.0
170.2
172.1
171.2
171.5



OOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




OOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




COOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




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O
 09/29       13:53 00
                   AVERAGE

 09/2'>       14SO8 01
 O9/29       14:23 Ol
 O9/29       14:38 Ol
 OQ/29       14:53 OO
                   AVERAGE

 09/29       15:08 Ol
 O9/29       15:23 Ol
 09/29       15:38 01
 Co/29       15:53 OO
                   AVERAGE

 09/29       16:08 Ol
 O9/29       16:23 01
 O9/2"      16138 01
 09/29      16:53 OO
                   AVERAGE

 09/29      17:08 01
 09/29      17123 Ol
 O9/29      17838 01
 09/29      17:53 OO
                   AVERAGE

 09/29      18:08 01
 09/29      18:23 01
 09/29      18t38 01
 O9/29      18:53 00
                  AVERAGE

 09/29      19:O8 Ol
 09/29      19:23 01
 09/29      19:38 Ol
 09/29      19:53 OO
                  AVERAGE

09/29       20:O8 01
09/29       20:23 Ol
O9/29       20:38 01
09/29       20:53 OO
                  AVERAGE

09/29       21:08 01
09/29       21:23 Ol
O9/29       21:38 Ol
C^/29       21:53 OO
                  AVERAGE
oooo.o
1 25 1 . 5
1073.3
1073.9
1036. 1
OOOO.O
1O61. 1
1060.7
1019.4
1046.7
OOOO.O
1042.3
0°84.9
1028. 1
O95O.3
0000.0
0987.8
1023.4
0963.9
0913.7
0000.0
O968.7
0857.2
1O33.4
1068.7
OOOO.O
O986.4
1295.4
1137.8
O964.9
0000.0
1132.7
1267.5
1386.5
1542.8
OOOO. 0
1 3^8 . 
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O9/29
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09/29

09/29
09/29
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TIME HEAT
22 :08
22:23
22:38
22:53

23=08
23:23
23:38
23:53






INPUT
BTU/HR

O0:48
Ol:48
02: 48
03:48
04:48
O5: 48
06:48
07:48
03:48
1O:53
11:53
12:53
13:53
14:53
15:53
16:53
17:53
18:53
19153
20:53
21:53
22:53
23:53




10.0E+07
10.
10.
97.
93.
97.
11.
11 .
10.
10.
10.
11.
11 .
99.
10.
99.
99.
96.
10.
10.
10.
1O.
94.
00.

OE+07
OE+07
7E+06
OE+06
7E+O6
2E+07
4E+07
6E+07
6E+07
6E+07
2E+07
5E+07
1E+O6
1E+07
IE+06
1E+06
9E+06
1E+07
8E+07
6E+O7
6E+07
7E+06
OE-02

01
Ol
Ol
OO
AVERAGE
01
01
01
OO
AVERAGE
00
OO
00
00
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
17.5E-t-05
18.2E+05
16.9E+05
16.6E+05
16.0E+05
1S.OE+05
18.9E+05
19.9E-t-05
17.6E+05
18. 1E+05
18.0E+05
18.4E+05
19.4E+05
13.5E+05
1 8 . 9E+05
13.2E+O5
17.8E-I-05
17.6E+O5
13.OE+O5
17.7E+05
13. 1E+05
18. 1E+05
20.SE-K'5
OO.OE-O2
AVERAGE
1495.6 O^.
1493.5 OS.
1449.7 O9.
OOOO.O OO.
1479.6 0:3.
1267.5 14.
1290.1 10.
1183.7 O9.
OOOO.O OO.
1247.1 11.
OOOO.O OO.
OOOO.O 00.
OOOO.O OO.
0000.0 00.
OOOO.O OO.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
37.5E-01
33.3E-O1
34.4E-01
35.7E-01
35.5E-O1
36.6E-01
42.7E-O1
41.9E-01
44.2E-01
39.3E-01
38.6E-01
35.6E-01
35. 1E-01
32.9E-01
32.2E-01
30. 1E-01
28.9E-01
29.7E-01
33.5E-01
38. 1E-01
41.2E-01
42. 1E-01
45.5E-01
OO.OE-O2
36.7E-01
1
8
•?
0
9
9
2
6
O
6
0
0
0
0
o




























•33 1 . 3
33 1 . 5
331.''
OOO . O
33 1 . 6
332.0
331.7
330.9
OOO.O
331.5
OOO.O
OOO . 0
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
SO2 INTER
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO . OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02

oooo . o
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
oooo . o
oooo . o
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
«/MMBTU
63. 1E-O2
49.4E-02
55.3E-O2
10.5E-01
68.8E-O2
64.7E-02
93. 1E-O2
85.6E-02
89. 1E-O2
68. OE-02
81.1E-02
62. 1E-02
39.8E-02
82.3E-02
86.6E-02
1O.OE-01
68.2E-02
58.4E-02
35.4E-02
10.6E-01
1O.3E-01
10.1E-01
48.7E-02
OO.OE-O2
78.^-02
164.7
156. 1
154.6
OOO . O
158.5
153.O
152.2
152.9
OOO . 0
152.7
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
OOO.O
S02 INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
100
100
100
100
1OO
100
10O
100
100
100
1OO
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
OOO

0438.9
O284.5
O232. 1
OOOO.O
0318.5
0142.7
0141.8
0129.0
0000.0
O137.8
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
S02 OUTLET
1O.
1O.
1O.
OO.
10.
11.
11.
11.
00.
11.
00.
00.
OO.
00.
OO.

1 189.7
1 175.5
4 172.6
O OOO . O
2 179.3 GOOD HOUR
2 170.4
1 169.3
5 168.4
O OOO.O
3 169.4 GOOD HOUR
0 000.0
0 OOO.O
O OOO.O
0 000.0
0 OOO.O BAD HOUR

EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
83.2
85.2
83.9
70.5
8O.6
82.3
78.2
79.6
79.8
82.7
79.0
82.6
74.4
75.0
73. 1
66.7
76.5
8O.3
74.5
72.3
75.1
75.9
89.3
00.0
78.3



























GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
GOOD HOUR
BAD HOUR

15001:1 DAY

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ENTER DATE OF  TEST
 -'  "SEPT  30, 1<>80"
                                                       PROGRAM CELDA
                                                    CELANESE FGD SYSTEM
                                                    CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND
                                                       SEPT 3O.198O
ENTER FILE NAME
 ? IN93OO
ENTER OUTPUT FILE NAME
 ? OUT93OO
ENTER PROCESS DATA FILE NAME
 ? P9300
ENTER HEAT INPUT CONTENT
 •? 12500
   TIME   COAL RATE  STM RATE
            LB/HR     LB/HR
COAL TYPE  UPSET CON
!p» 0100
ro
02OO
0300
04OO
0500
0600
0700
08OO
0900
1000
1 100
i :>oo
13OO
O8812
09341
10046
10046
0934 1
09341
03460
0757^
09755
08817
07691
O9567
O9755
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
PT
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

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1«1OO
1500
1600
1 70O
1800
1900
2000
21OO
22OO
2300
2400
DATE

O9/3O
O9/30
O9/30
09/30

09/30
09/30
09/30
O9/30

09/30
09 /3O
O9/3O
09/30

09/30
O9/30
09/30
09/30

12194
O9943
O8817
09O04
07691
09192
09755
09755
09755
09943
1O318
TIME

OOsOB
OO:23
00: 38
00:53

01 : 08
01:23
Oi:38
Ol:53

02:08
02:23
02:38
02:53

03:08
03123
03:38
03:53

OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
OOOOO
CO

01
01
01
00
AVERAGE
01
01
01
00
AVERAGE
Ol
01
01
00
AVERAGE
Ol
Ol
Ol
00
AVERAGE
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
BT
S02 INLET O2V.
PPM
1179.7
1148.4
1131.2
OOOO.O
1153. 1
1146.5
1196.3
1258.2
OOOO.O
1200.3
1189.7
1324.7
1379.2
OOOO . 0
1 297 . 9
1443.7
1484.9
1455.7
0000.0
1461.4

15. 1
10.8
1O. 1
OO.O
12.0
14.5
10.0
O9.4
OO.O
11.3
09.7
10.4
10.5
00.0
1O. 2
10.6
10.6
10.6
00.0
10.6
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TEMP
F
331.5
332.4
333.7
000.0
332.5
336.9
334.3
337.5
OOO . O
336.2
338.8
337.7
337.6
000. 0
338.0
336.8
336. 1
330.5
OOO.O
334.5
SO2 INTER
PPM
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
oooo.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
OOOO.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
o
0
0
0
0
o
o
0
0
0
0
0
TEMP
F
151.5
151.5
152.7
OOO.O
151.9
153.6
152.4
154.3
OOO.O
153.4
153.3
152.2
152.3
OOO.O
1 52 . 6
151.5
151.5
163.9
OOO.O
155.6
S02 OUTLET
PPM
O144.9
0127.0
0126.9
OOOO.O
0132.9
0153.3
0118.0
018O.2
0000.0
0150.5
0204.6
O202.3
0206.8
OOOO.O
0204. 6
0219.5
0244.9
O490.0
0000.0
0318. 1
02V.

11.6
11.6
12.0
OO.O
11.7
11.7
11.7
11.5
OO.O
11.6
12.2
12.1
11.6
00.0
12.0
11.3
11.3
11.4
OO.O
11.3
TEMP
F
168.0
168.7
169.8
OOO.O
168.8
17O.7
169.0
170.6
OOO.O
170. 1
17O. 1
169.0
168.3
OOO.O
169. 1
166.6
166.9
190.2
000.0
174.6
                                                                                                      GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                      GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                      GOOD HOUR
                                                                                                      GOOD HOUR
09/30
           04:08 01
                            13C>9.2
                                     1O.7   333.3
                                                       0000.0
                                                                              O295.3
                                                                                         11.6   174.7

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09/30
O9/ 30
O9/ 3O

O9/30
09 /3O
09/3O
O9/3O

OP/30
09/3O
09 /3O
09/3O

O9/30
O9/30
O9/30
09 / 3O

OP/3O
09/3O
09/30
09/30

09/30
O9/3O
09/30
09/30

09/30
09 /3O
09/30
O9/30

09/30
09/30
OP/ 30
OP/ 30

OP/30
O9 / ?O
OP/?
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tn
O9/3O

09/30
O9/3O
09/3O
09/30

09/30
09/30
09/30
09/30

09/30
09/30
O9/30
O9/30

09/UO
09 /3O
09/30
09 /3O

09/30
09 /3O
09/30
09/30

09 /3O
09/30
09/30
09/30

09/30
09/30
09/30
09/30

09/30
O9/30
09/30
09/30

12:46

13101
13« 14.
13:31
13:46

14:01
14:16
14:31
14:46

15:01
15H6
15:31
15:46

16:01
16: 16
16:31
16:46

17>O1
17: 16
17:31
:I7M6

18S01
18: 16
18«31
18:46

19:01
19: 16
19:31
19146

20:01
20s 16
20=31
20846

Ol
AVERAGE
Ol
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
00
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
Ol
AVERAGE
01
Ol
00
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
01
01
OO
Ol
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
01
Ol
00
01
AVERAGE
1*27.9
1459.0
1878.6
1157. 1
OOOO.O
1513.5
1516.4
1767.6
1803.5
OOOO.O
1855.4
1808.8
1791.5
1532.8
OOOO.O
1242.2
1522.2
1268.2
1264.2
0000.0
1101.9
1211.4
1O96.6
1023. 1
0000.0
0998.8
1O41.2
0929.7
0967.6
OOOO.O
1164.4
1020.6
1153. 1
1053.7
0000.0
1453.7
1221.8
1530.2
1359.9
OOOO.O
1352.6
1414.2
07.2
08.8
O5.O
11.4
OO.O
O7.6
08.0
06.2
OS. 4
OO.O
04.2
05.3
05.2
08.5
00.0
09.7
07.8
10.3
09.9
00.0
10.9
10.4
1O.8
11.4
00.0
11.4
11.2
11.3
11.6
00.0
09.6
11.0
09.9
00.0
00.0
10.4
06.8
07.3
O6.7
00.0
07.5
07.2
337.2
332. O
338. 1
33O.7
OOO.O
336.3
335. O
338.1
340.4
OOO.O
339.0
339.2
339.3
327.8
OOO.O
332.3
333. 1
329.9
329.8
OOO.O
329.9
329.9
33O.6
33O.8
OOO.O
331.3
330.9
331. 1
330.0
000.0
331.9
331.0
331.5
326.4
000.0
328.8
328.9
331.8
330.7
OOO.O
332.3
331.6
OOOO . O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
157.6
161 .5
156.5
154. 1
OOO.O
157.6
156. 1
156.3
156.6
000.0
157.9
156.9
156.6
154.6
OOO.O
152.4
154.5
152.2
151.6
OOO.O
ISO. 8
151.5
151.4
151.7
OOO.O
152.8
152.0
152.6
152.9
000.7
154.2
153.5
153.9
162.4
000.0
156.7
157.7
156.0
155. O
OOO.O
156.0
155.7
0356.4
O351.6
0383.4
0201.4
OOOO.O
O247.4
0277.4
0322. 1
0351.7
OOOO.O
0353.6
0342.5
0372.9
O303.2
0000.0
0154.5
0276.9
O185.4
0187.7
OOOO.O
0180.3
0184.5
0175.8
0176.4
0000.0
0169.7
0174.0
015O.4
0135.4
0000.0
0163.5
0149.8
0156.9
0245.5
0000.0
0220.5
0207.6
O229.3
0209. 1
0000.0
0230.4
0222.9
O7.3
O9.4
05.7
1O.3
OO.O
07.7
07.9
O6.2
O6.O
OO.O
OS. 2
05.8
04.6
06.9
00.0
11. O
07.5
09.9
09.8
OO.O
10.5
10.1
1O.8
11.3
00.0
11.1
11.1
11.7
11.4
00.0
09.8
11.0
09.7
00.0
00.0
1O.2
06.6
08.8
08.6
00.0
09.0
08.8
178.3
185.4
174. 1
172.3
OOO.O
173.8
173.4
172.7
173. 0
000.0
173.7
173. 1
174.2
171.8
000.0
170.6
172.2
170.0
169.1
000.0
169.7
169.6
170.5
172. O
OOO.O
172.8
171.8
170.7
171.2
OOO.O
171.2
171.0
17O.5
184.4
OOO.O
174.4
176.4
173.5
171.7
OOO.O
172.8
172.7

GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR




GOOD HOUR

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09/30
09 /3O
O9/3O
09/30

O9/30
09/30
O9/3O
09/30

09 /30
O9/3O
O9/30
09/30

TIME HEAT
21:01
2 1 : 1 6
21:31
21:46

22:01
22: 16
22J31
22:46

23:01
23: 16
23:31
23:46

INPUT
BTU/HR


00:53 11.. OE+07
5= 01:53 11.
H-. 02153 12.
£; O3«53 12.
04153 11.
O5:53 11.
06153 10.
07:53 94.
O8J53 12.
O9:46 OO.
1O:46 96.
11:46 12.
12:46 12.
13:46 15.
14:46 12.
15:46 1.
16:46 1.
17:46 96.
18:46 1.
19:46 2.
20:46 2.
21:46 12.
22:46 12.
23:46 12.

7E+07
6E+07
6E-I-07
7E+07
7E+07
6E+07
7E+06
2E+07
OE-02
1E+06
OE+07
2E+O7
2E+07
4E+07
OE+07
3E-I-07
1E+06
5E+07
2E+07
2E+O7
2E+07
4E+07
9E-I-07

01
01
OO
01
AVERAGE
01
01
00
01
AVERAGE
Ol
01
00
Ol
AVERAGE
FLUE GAS
FLOWRATE
DSCF/HR
25.4E-K>5
25.0EK>5
24. 1E+05
25.OII+05
29.2E+05
23.8E+05
21.7E+05
19.7E+05
24. 3E*05
00. OE-02
18.OE+05
24 . 6E-K>5
20.7E+05
24. 3E -1-05
16.3E+05
17.3E-1-05
21.9K+05
20.3E+05
23.8E+05
17.7E+05
18.2E+05
19.2E+05
19. 1E+05
23.3E+05
AVERAGE
1 529 .5 07 .
1201.0 06.
OOOO.O OO.
1379.9 09.
1370.1 07.
1463.7 O7.
1114.5 07.
OOOO. O OO.
1512.2 O8.
1363.5 07.
1431.7 06.
1545.6 07.
OOOO.O 00.
1471.0 14.
1482.8 09.
S02 INLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
44. 1E-01
42.6E-01
41.3E-O1
48.3E-01
59.5E-01
44.3E-01
42.4E-01
39. 3E-01
38.8E-01
OO.OE-O2
41.9E-01
41.2E-01
41.2E-01
40.0E-01
39.4E-01
39.6E-01
39.2E-01
36.6E-01
35. 1E-01
29.5E-01
35. 1E-01
35.7E-01
34.WE-01
44.4E-O1
4O.6E-O1
8
7
0
O
8
3
0
0
4
6
6
1
0
9
5
3 34 . O
335.7
OOO.O
334.0
334.6
335.6
333.3
OOO. O
336.8
335. 2
335.9
335.2
OOO.O
333.9
335.0
SO2 INTER
EMISSIONS


























#/MMBTU
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
00. OE-02
OO. OE-02
OO. OE-02
00. OE-02
OO.OE-O2
OO. OE-02

OOOO.O
OOOO.O
OOOO . O
OOOO . 0
0000.0
OOOO.O
OOOO . 0
OOOO.O
OOOO.O
0000.0
OOOO.O
0000.0
0000.0
0000.0
OOOO.O
S02 OUTLET
EMISSIONS
#/MMBTU
49.4E-O2
55.3E-02
78. OE-02
11.3E-01
17.8E-01
16.6E-01
10.3E-01
97.5E-02
99.4E-02
OO. OE-02
77.4E-02
33.2E-02
10.4E-01
72.7E-02
77.3E-02
70.4E-02
53. OE-02
60.3E-02
51.4E-02
49.6E-02
62.8E-02
76.4E-02
1 1 . OE-O1
17.5E-01
89. 9E-O2
155.
155.
OOO .
155.
155.
155.
155.
000.
157.
156.
155.
155.
OOO.
154.
155.
S02
4.
3
O
8
7
6
5
0
1
1
5
2
0
8
2
INTER
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT

























1OO
100
100
100
100
100
100
1OO
100
000
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

O245.9
0255.2
0000.0
0270.5
0257.2
0339.7
0364.6
0000.0
0463.0
0389. 1
0517.0
0611.5
0000.0
0794.7
0641. 1
S02 OUTLET
EFFICIENCY
PERCENT
88.8
87.0
81. 1
76.6
70. 1
62.6
75.8
75.2
74.4
00.0
81.5
79.8
74.7
81.8
8O.4
82.2
85.2
83.5
85.4
83.2
82. 1
78.6
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                                APPENDIX B

            DAILY  AVERAGE  S02  CONCENTRATIONS  ON  AN  HOURLY BASIS


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                               APPENDIX C

            DAILY S02 REMOVAL EFFICIENCIES ON AN HOURLY BASIS


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                                TECHNICAL REPORT DATA
                         (Please read Inuructions on the reverse before completing)
 PE = CRT NO
 EPA-600/7-81-143
                                                      3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION- NO.
   ri_= AND SUBTITLE
Performance Evaluation of an Industrial Spray
 Dryer for SC>2 Control
                                 5 REPORT DATE
                                 August 1981
                                 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE
7 AUTHOR(S)
                                                     8 PERFORMING ORGANIZATION .REPORT NC
J.A.Kezerle, S.W.Mulligan, D-P Dayton, and
 P. J. Perry
9 PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS
                                                      10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO.
 TRW, Inc.
 P.O. Box 13000
 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina  27709
                                 1NE827
                                 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO.

                                 68-02-3174, Task 15
12 SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS
 EPA, Office of Research and Development
 Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory
 Research Triangle Park, NC  27711
                                                      13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOC
                                                      Task Final;  3/80-6/81
                                                                         OD COVERED
                                 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE
                                   EPA/600/13
15 SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES IERL_RTp prOject officer is Theodore G. Brna, Mail Drop 61,
919/541-2683.
is ABSTRACT ,phe repOrt gives results of a test to evaluate the SO2 removal performance
of the lime-spray-dryer/fabric-filter system treating flue gas  from the stoker-coal-
fired boiler at Celanese's Amcelle plant in Cumberland, MD, in August/September
1980. Continuous monitors were used to collect data according to EPA procedures
for compliance testing. Data were collected for 23 days with the boiler operating at
about half load. In addition to evaluating SO2 removal by dry flue gas desulfurization,
operating experience with the boiler  and spray-dryer/baghouse system was obtained
for 5 months,  ending September 30,  1980. Data were reduced to express SO2 remo-
val on a mass  per unit energy input basis as prescribed by EPA. Test results showed
the mean SO2 removal efficiency to be 70% (standard deviation of + or -9%) when the
sulfur content of the bituminous coal averaged 2%. This efficiency generally was
60-80%, except during system upsets. During the last week of testing, daily SO2
removal averaged about 80%. System availability was 73% over the 25 days of testing
and 96% over the last week.  Report appendices  provide data and computer averages
for SO2 removal and the computer program used for data reduction.
                             KEY WORDS AND DOCUMENT ANALYSIS
                DESCRIPTORS
                                         b.IDENTIFIERS/OPEN ENDED TERMS
                                                                    COSATi Field'Group
 Pollution
 Flue Gases
 Desulfurization
 Sulfur Dioxide
 Spray Drying
 Calcium Oxides
Filtration
Fabrics
Coal
Boilers
Computer Programs
Pollution Control
Stationary Sources
Fabric Filters
13B
2 IB        HE
07A,07D   21D
07B        13A
13H
 Release to Public
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                                          Unclassified
                                              21 NO OF PAGES
                                                  273
                                          20 SECURITY CLASS (This page I
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                                              22. PRICE
EPA Form 2220-1 (9-73)
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