||Mathematical Model of Electrostatic Precipitation for the Texas Instruments Programmable 59 Calculator.
Faulkner, M. G. ;
McDonald, J. R. ;
||Southern Research Inst., Birmingham, AL.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
||SORI-EAS-81-232 ;4100-16; EPA-68-02-2683; EPA-600/7-83-050;
Air pollution control equipment ;
Electrostatic precipitators ;
Mathematical models ;
Computer programming ;
Performance evaluation ;
Computer programs ;
Texas instruments programmable 59 calculators
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The report describes a version of EPA's electrostatic precipitator (ESP) model suitable for use on a Texas Instruments Programmable 59 (TI-59) hand-held calculator. This version of the model allows the calculation of ESP collection efficiency, including corrections for non-ideal effects and rapping reentrainment in five size bands. Program input data and the individual and total collection efficiencies are printed on a TI Thermal Printer. This model is described in detail, including program steps for its use. This version and the full-scale model are compared.