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Advanced Electrostatic Enhancement of Fabric Filtration.
Advances in Fine Particle Control Technology.
Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Training Manual.
EPA's New Clean Air Technologies and Opportunities for Cooperative Development.
Evaluation of Pilot ESP Performance with Elevated Loadings from Sorbent Injection Processes.
Evaluation of the Cold Pipe Precharger.
Fabric Filtration with Integral Particle Charging and Collection in a Combined Electric and Flow Field. Part 1. Background, Experimental Work, Analysis of Data, and Approach to the Development of a Mathematical Engineering Design Model.
Fabric Filtration with Integral Particle Charging and Collection in a Combined Electric and Flow Field. Part 2. Development and Verification of the Mathematical Engineering Design Model.
Hazardous Dust Control.
Mathematical Model for Fabric Filtration with Integral Particle Charging and Collection in a Combined Electric and Flow Field.
Modeling Wave Form Effects in ESPs: The Algorithm in ESPM and ESPVI.
New Technology for the Control of Aerosols from Stationary Sources.
Overview of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Particulate Technology R and D Program.
Overview of the U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Electrostatic Particulate Research and Development Program.
Pilot Scale Experiments to Improve Performance of Electrostatic Precipitators.
Pressure drop reduction by electrical enhancement of fabric filtration /
Program to Develop Engineering Data for Fabric Filtration with Integral Particle Charging and Collection in a Combined Electric and Flow Field.
Pulse Energization in the Tuft Corona Regime of Negative Corona.
SUPER ESP: Ultimate Electrostatic Precipitation.
The application of coona destruction as a method to control volatile organic compounds /
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