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11th Annual North American Waste-to-Energy Conference
The SEMASS Resource Recovery Facility (SEMASS) is a processed refuse fuel (PRF) waste-to-energy plant serving Southeastern Massachusetts. The plant consists of three 1000 ton per day boilers that generate steam at 765 F and 650 psig for use in a steam turbine/generator set . Over the past several years, metal wastage rates due to fire side corrosion of pressure containing components, have increased significantly in all three boilers. In an attempt to reduce overall maintenance costs anddoi:10.1115/nawtec11-1670 fatcat:lf33g5bumfcx3gv72tvlknq3qy