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RECORD NUMBER: 5 OF 15
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Fourth Symposium on the Transfer and Ultilization of Particulate Control Technology /|
|Author||Venditti, F. P. ; Armstrong, J. A. ; Durham, M. D.|
|CORP Author||Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.); Denver Research Inst., CO.; Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.|
|Publisher||Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Report Number||EPA-600/9-84-025a; EPA-600/9-84-025b; EPA-600/9-84-025c; EPA-600/S 9-84-025 b; EPA-600/S 9-84-025 c|
|Additional Subjects||Electrostatic precipitation ; Air pollution control equipment ; Particles ; Meetings ; Electrostatic precipitators ; Industrial wastes ; Combustion products ; Cost analysis ; High temperature tests ; High pressure tests ; Fugitive emissions ; Economic analysis ; Symposium on the Transfer and Utilization of Particulate Control Technology--(4th :--1982 :--Houston, Tex.) ; Particulate contamination in industry ; Filter cloth ; Filters and filtration ; Fabric filters|
|Collation||3 volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm|
The papers in the three volumes (of which this is one) were presented at the Fourth Symposium on the Transfer and Utilization of Particulate Control Technology in Houston, TX, October 11-14, 1982. Volume I relates to fabric filtration; Volume II, to electrostatic precipitation; and Volume III, to mechanical collectors, coal characteristics, inhalable particulates, and advanced energy and novel control devices. The symposium brought together researchers, manufacturers, users, government representatives, educators, and students to discuss new technology. It provided an effective way to transfer this technology out of the laboratory and into the user's hands. The various technologies were discussed from the perspectives of economics, new technical advances in science and engineering, and applications. Several papers dealt with combinations of devices and technologies, leading to a concept of using a systems (rather than a device) approach to particulate control. Other topic areas were high temperature/high pressure applications, fugitive emissions, measurement techniques, and cost analysis.
"Project officer, Dale L. Harmon." "November 1984." "EPA-600/9-84-025b." "EPA-600/9-84-025a." "EPA-600/9-84-025c." "Grant number: CR 809301." Vol. 1-2.
v.1. Fabric filtration -- v. 2. Electrostatic precipitation -- v.3. Economics, mechanical collectors, coal characteristics, inhalable particulates, advance energy and novel devices.