||Ozone Generation in dc-Energized Electrostatic Precipitators.
Viner, A. S.;
Lawless, P. A.;
Ensor, D. S.;
Sparks, L. E.;
||Research Triangle Inst., Research Triangle Park, NC. ;3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety, Saint Paul, MN.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.
Air pollution control equipment;
Indoor air pollution;
Chemical reaction mechanisms
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||Ozone emissions were measured from a short wire-plate precipitator and three commercial electronic air cleaners. Ozone generation was most strongly affected by the corona current and polarity of the discharge electrode. To a lesser extent, the type of corona (i.e., whether tuft or glow) was also important. Water vapor seems to reduce the ozone emission rate for negative corona, but ozone emissions from positive coronas are relatively unaffected. Ozone emission rate was also affected by the radius of the discharge electrode. (Copyright (c) 1992 IEEE.)
||Pub. in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Industry Applications, v28 n3 May/Jun 92. Presented at the Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting (Paper no. IUSD-89-94), San Diego, CA., October 1-5, 1989. Prepared in cooperation with 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety, Saint Paul, MN.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Journal article Oct 87-Aug 88.
||Reprint: Ozone Generation in dc-Energized Electrostatic Precipitators.
||68A; 89B; 99E; 99F
||PC A03/MF A01