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By Professor Dr.-Ing. Heinz Brauer, Professor Dr. Yalamanchili B. G. Varma (auth.)

This e-book has arisen without delay from a path on Air and Water toxins keep an eye on brought by means of the 1st named writer on the Technical college of Berlin. Extractions of this direction were offered in Brazil, Turkey and India. It was once on the Indian Institute of know-how of Madras the place the 1st named writer obtained in touch with Professor Varma, who became out to be a suggestive, cooperative coauthor. This ebook is addressed basically to chemical, environmental and mechanical engineers, engaged within the layout and operation of apparatus for pollution regulate. however it will surely be worthwhile to chemists and physicists faced with the answer of environmental difficulties. additionally it truly is meant as a textual content­ booklet for engineering classes on environmental security. The objective of the publication is the presentation of data on layout and operation of apparatus appropriate to the abatement of destructive emissions into air. The know-how of pollution regulate is of quite younger age, however it has already accomplished a excessive measure of functionality, as a result of the study and enhance­ ment paintings invested within the final a long time during this field.

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2 Processes and Equipment for the Removal of Gaseous Pollutants by Chemical Methods. . . . . . . . . . . . 51 51 52 53 55 55 58 59 60 61 61 61 62 63 4. Application of High Chimneys for Pollutant Dispersion in the Atmosphere . 63 5. List of Symbols. 65 6. References . . 65 1. Introduction This book is concerned with a thorough treatment of design and operation of equipment for air pollution control. It therefore seems appropriate to give an introduction to these chapters with a survey of the equipment which is presently of primary importance for pollution control.

16) must be substituted into Eq. (15), in order to obtain the settling velocity. 3675Ar (24) range of application: O~Ar~ 10 10 . 4. Dimensionless settling velocity as a function of the Archimedes number Ar: Curve a according to Eq. (24), curve b according to Eq. (26), and curve c according to Eq. (27) 51 2. Removal of Particulate Pollutants In Fig. 4 Eq. (24) is described by curve a which approaches curve b with Ar --+ O. Curve b is derived from Eq. (24): (26) For curve c is approached. 49 Art.

Radioactive emissions. In Fig. 3 locations of only the first three types of emissions are identified. For material emissions four typical pollutants are pointed out. It is of course possible to include into such an emission illustration further information on the pollutants and carrier fluids emitted and flow rates. According to Fig. 3 there are 14 locations with material emissions, but only two of these are controlled while 12 are uncontrolled emissions. Diffuse or uncontrolled emissions are primarily observed at such locations where elements of a plant are fitted together, as for example flanges.

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