|Fluent Webinar: Virtual Prototyping to Improve Power Plant Emissions|
|Join Fluent for a webinar on Virtual Prototyping to Improve Power Plant Emissions, April 28, at 2 p.m.|
|Date:||April 28, 2005|
|Type of Event:||Online Event, National|
The EPA has just released the Clean Air Interstate Rule, which it has described as the "biggest pollution reductions in the last 15 years." It will require power plants in 28 states and the District of Columbia to cut SOx by up to 70% and NOx by 60% by 2015. This is estimated to cost $3.6 billion per year over 10 years while saving $85 billion to $100 billion in health care costs.
Optimization of air quality methodology and equipment relies on flow and thermal distribution, whether in an overfire air system, an SCR, FGD,or mercury control system. The use of flow modeling can ensure proper design and installation of equipment while reducing physical testing to ensure both compliance and cost effectiveness.
Please join Drs. David Schowalter and Jens Madsen of Fluent Inc. and Kevin Culligan of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in a web seminar discussing the regulatory environment and the use of flow modeling to address technical challenges in emission control. There is no cost to attend this webinar.
To register for this free online event, visit:
|Event record first posted on April 14, 2005, last modified on April 18, 2005|