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Jeopardy Final JeopardyFinal Jeopardy 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt 100 pt 200 pt 300 pt 400 pt 500 pt Power PlantsLigniteCoal Mining Coal Technology Environmental Final Jeopardy 100 pt
Affordable, reliable, increasingly clean source of energy produced by power plants.
What is coal-based electricity?
Part of power plant that turns water into steam.
What is a boiler?
It sprays the exhaust gases from the boiler with limestone or lime- water to remove sulfur dioxide to comply with environmental regulations.
What is a scrubber?
The result of steam passing through a turbine generator.
What is electricity?
The largest coal-fired electrical generating power plant in North Dakota.
What is Coal Creek Station?
30 million tons mined each year in North Dakota.
What is lignite?
This material is stored in stockpiles for reclamation.
What is subsoil and/or topsoil?
The primary machine used to remove overburden.
What is a dragline?
Process to restore land to pre- mined conditions.
What is reclamation?
Agency that regulates surface coal mining in North Dakota.
What is the Public Service Commission?
Association whose primary objective is to maintain a viable lignite coal industry and enhance development of the region’s lignite coal resources.
What is the Lignite Energy Council?
Generated from lignite and is used by over 2 million consumers and businesses in the Upper Midwest.
What is electricity?
Source of 95% of electricity produced in North Dakota.
What is lignite or lignite-fired power plants?
Fraction of lignite comprised of moisture.
What is 1/3?
Lignite supply (in years) that is currently accessible in Western North Dakota.
What is 800?
Gas produced from gasification.
What is synthetic natural gas or syn gas?
Type of gas used for enhanced oil recovery.
What is carbon dioxide (CO 2 )?
Process to remove moisture from coal prior to combustion.
What is coal drying?
End products from this process could include electric power, synthetic natural gas, transportation fuels, hydrogen, and/or chemicals.
What is gasification?
Combustion technology using oxygen rather than air in the boiler.
What is oxyfuel combustion or oxycombustion?
One of twelve states meeting all National Ambient Air Quality Standards and home of the Lignite Energy Council.
What is North Dakota?
Emission control equipment used to capture over 99.9% of particles from boiler exhaust.
What are ESP’s or bag houses?
Capturing this gaseous compound from the boiler exhaust is the greatest technology challenge to the lignite industry.
What is carbon dioxide?
Fly Ash – Bottom Ash – Boiler Slag
What are Coal Combustion Products?
Concern resulting from increasing levels of greenhouse gases.
What is global warming?
Final Jeopardy Category Coal Make Your Wager
You Have 30 Seconds and Remember Your Response Must be in the Form of a Question?
It is critical to improving the wise use of lignite.
QUESTION What is research & development?
Joe Chaisson April 21, Integrated Coal Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) Power Plants and Geologic Carbon Sequestration Joe Chaisson.
Coal Notes. Take out your notes and answer these questions….in writing! What is a non-renewable resource? Give some examples… What is a renewable.
Managing coal combustion residues Information from: Managing Coal Combustion Residues in Mines Committee on Mine Placement of Coal Combustion Wastes,
Coal-Fired Power Plants
The Staple of the Industrial Revolution. Lignite Coal: also known as brown coal, is a sedimentary rock and consists of about percent carbon Bituminous.
Coal is shiny black rock with energy.
Sandi Tabor V.P. Government Affairs Lignite Energy Council Sandi Tabor V.P. Government Affairs Lignite Energy Council Environmental Issues.
Electricity Generation From Lignite Mark K
COAL IS GOOOOOD!!!!! GOOD COAL GOOD COAL IS GOOOOOD!!!!!
COAL. What is it? Woody substances buried in an oxygen-deprived; heat and pressure convert wood to carbon; process may give off water and methane Most.
By, Veronica Simpson. What are they used for? CoalBlack gold Coal is used to make electricity. 90 percent of America use coal for electricity. Paper,
Clean Coal Technology Sam Harris pg.
Trapping the Earth’s Internal Heat
FOSSIL FUELS Source: wikimedia commons COAL OIL NATURAL GAS Susana Amorós.
POWER GENERATION TECHNOLOGIES
Danielle Vaguine Fariha Zaman Harrison Smith. What is Coal? Coal is a fossil fuel formed from the decomposition of organic materials that have been subjected.
Industrial societies spend huge amounts of energy. Much of it is supply by electricity which comes from generators in power stations.
A black rock What is in coal? Comes from the remains of plants that have been compressed over millions of years in the Earth. It is about 75% carbon.
Emerging sustainable energy technologies. Ferrybridge Power Station (Eric De Mare)
COA L. WHERE DOES COAL COME FROM? These plants soaked up the sun’s energy while they were alive and stored this energy in their leaves, stems, and roots.
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