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Main Title Numerical Calculation: Aspiration Efficiency of Aerosols into Thin-Walled Sampling Inlets.
Author Boyle, K. M. ; Kim, T. ; Flynn, M. R. ; Wiener, R. W. ;
CORP Author North Carolina Univ. at Chapel Hill. Dept. of Environmental Sciences and Engineering.;Environmental Monitoring Systems Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
Publisher Nov 91
Year Published 1991
Report Number EPA-R-815152; EPA/600/3-91/075;
Stock Number PB92-132901
Additional Subjects Aerosols ; Sampling ; Efficiency ; Inlets ; Boundary value problems ; Air pollution ; Particulates ; Computer programs ; Mathematical models ; Particle trajectories ; Particles ; Equations of motion ; Air flow ;
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Abstract
Aspiration efficiency of particles from a flowing airstream into a thin-walled sampling inlet is accurately predicted using a numerical model. The model combines the Boundary Integral Equation Method for predicting the velocity field into the inlet with an analytical solution to the particle equations of motion. A two- and a three-dimensional model are examined. Results for the three-dimensional model correlate well with an empirical model of aspiration efficiency. The method can be generalized to a wide range of airstream, sampling inlet, and particle conditions.