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APPENDIX X

TABLE 20(continued)

With steam atomizing, the weight of steam being 0.30 the weight of the tar, the following
changes in the waste gases will be produced:


	Cubic Meters per Kiligram
				Cubic Feet per Pound
			
	Air Supply in Percentage of Theoretical Requirements.
							
	100%
	120%
	140%
	180%
	100%
	120%
	140%
	180%

H20 Total ....
 02 C02 H20
 N2
	2.17 21.09
 PC
 0.00 15.43 10.29
 74.28
	2.17 25.00
 ircentage
 3.13 13.00 8.68 75.19
	2.17 28.92
 Basis (We
 5.42 11.25 7.50 75.83
	2.17
 36.74
 t)
 8.52 8.85 5.90 76.73
	34.73 337.65
	34.73
 400 . 36
	34 . 73 463 . 04
	34.73 508.31

					
			
When the weight of the atomizing steam is 0.60 time the weight of the tar, the waste gases change as follows:
								

	Cubic Meters per Kilogram
				Cubic Feet per Pound
			
	Air Supply in Percentage of Theoretical Requirements
							
	100%
	120%
	140%
	180%
	100%
	120%
	140%
	180%

H2O Total. . . .
 Oo
 C02 H2O
 N2
	2.91 21.83
 P<
 0.00 14.90 13 . 35 71.75
	2.91
 25.74
 jrc'entage
 3.04 12 . 04 11.32 73 . 00
	2.91 29.66
 Basis (We
 5.28 11.00 9.83 73 . 89
	2.91 37.49
 t)
 8 . 35 8 . OR 7.78 75.19
	46.68 349.60
	46.68 412.31
	46.68 474 . 99
	46.08 580.20