These proceedings contain the 14 paper presented during the symposium, which emphasized the collection of fine particles (solid or liquid particles smaller than about 3 microns) by any type of wet collector, including hybrid devices. Papers include: 'Fine Particulates--The Misunderstood Air Pollutant', 'Engineering Design of Fine Particle Scrubbers,' 'Submicron Particulate Scrubbing with a Two Phase Jet Scrubber,' 'Performance of a Steam-Ejector Scrubber,' 'Performance of Wet Scrubbers on Liquid and Solid Particulate Matter,' 'Rotating Concentric Homogeneous Turbulence Gas Scrubber,' 'Mean Drop Size in a Full Scale Venturi Scrubber Via Transmissometer,' 'Fine Particle Collection Efficiency Related to Pressure Drop, Scrubbant and Particle Properties and Contact Mechanism,' 'Effects of Water Injection Arrangement on the Performance of a Venturi Scrubber,' 'Fine Particulate Removal and SO2 Absorption with a Two-Stage Wet Scrubber,' 'Flux Force/Condensation Scrubbing,' 'Flux Force Condensation Aspirative Wet Scrubbing of Sub-Micron Particles,' 'Entrainment Separators for Scrubbers,' and 'Future Needs for Fine Particle Scrubber Capabilities.'
"PB 239 335." EPA Project officer: Dennis C. Drehmel, National Environmental Research Center, Control Systems Laboratory. Prepared for Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche (negative).