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|Main Title||Novel Concepts, Methods and Advanced Technology in Particulate/Gas Separation.|
|Author||Ariman, Teoman ; Ojalvo, Morris S. ; Drehmel, Dennis C. ;|
|CORP Author||Notre Dame Univ., IN.;Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution control ; Particles ; Meetings ; Acoustics ; Electrostatics ; Filtration ; Separation ; Magnetization ; Technology ; Industrial wastes ; Combustion products ; Fines ; Reprints ; High gradient magnetic separation|
This paper discusses presentations made during a symposium on novel concepts, methods, and advanced technology in particulate/gas separation. The symposium, held at the University of Notre Dame and sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Environmental Protection Agency, was held both to identify new research areas and to stimulate future research activities. The presentations included two general lectures by internationally known scientists (Dr. M. Bernarie of France and Professor F. Loffler of West Germany) and 17 invited lectures by other prominent experts. New concepts and methods include the use of acoustics, high gradient magnetic fields, and electrostatic filtration in particulate/gas separation.