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Main Title Particulate Pollutant System Study. Volume III. Handbook of Emission Properties.
Author Vandegrif, A. E. ; Shanno, L. J. ; Lawles, E. W. ; Gorma, P. G. ; Saile, E. E. ;
CORP Author Midwest Research Inst., Kansas City, Mo.
Year Published 1971
Report Number CPA-22-69-104; MRI-3326-C; 0745;
Stock Number PB-203 522
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Particles) ; ( Handbooks ; Air pollution) ; ( Industrial wastes ; Particles) ; ( Air pollution control equipment ; Particles) ; Sources ; Chemical properties ; Physical properties ; Electric power plants ; Incinerators ; Open pit mining ; Agriculture ; Iron and steel industry ; Cements ; Lumbering ; Chemical industry ; Calcium oxide ; Refineries ; Clays ; Acids ; Fertilizers ; Bituminous concretes ; Foundries ; Coal mining ; Carbon black ; Petroleum refining ; Air pollution control ; Cement industry
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NTIS  PB-203 522 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 613p
Abstract
A handbook is presented as part of the documentation for a study of particulate air pollution from stationary sources. The objective of the study was to identify, characterize, and quantify the particulate air pollution problem in the U.S. The document delineates the kind and number of stationary particulate sources, the chemical and physical characteristics of both the particulates and carrier gas emitted by specific sources, and the status of current control practices. The first three chapters of the handbook present general background information pertaining to source emission factors and emission rates effluent characteristics, and control technology. The next chapter discusses some of the more important chemical and physical properties of particulates and carrier gas emitted by industrial sources. The remaining chapters present discussions of the major industrial sources of particulate pollutants. (Author)