VOLATILITY OF HUMAN WASTE AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES
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ARCTIC AEROMEDICAL LAB FORT WAINWRIGHT AK
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The present study was undertaken to provide information upon which a more rational approach to the design of incinerators for human waste can be based. The volatile matter and carbon remaining as a function of time were determined for different operating conditions of the volatilization chamber. An equation is proposed to describe the volatilization process, and the dependence of the constants in the volatility equation upon temperature and upon the rate of air supply to the volatilization chamber was determined. Volatilization temperatures as low as 300 C may be feasible for some incinerator designs which provide a reactor for the oxidation of the material volatilized.
- Hygiene and Sanitation
- Solid Wastes and Pollution and Control