The development of incineration units (kiln and afterburner) for hazardous wastes in terms of design and fluid-dynamic optimization has been carried out together with definition of a new design methodology. An extensive theoretical and experimental analysis has been carried out on a hazardous waste incineration pilot plant to test the methodologies and to optimize the entire system in terms of reduction of the polluting emissions and higher combustion efficiency. In particular, the combustion chamber and the afterburner have been thoroughly studied. A computer code for multiple chemical reactions occurring in an afterburner chamber of an incineration system was developed, based on the equations presented herein, to evaluate the decomposition rate of dioxins for different chamber geometries. The results of these analysis are presented herein.
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