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Aerosol Filtration Efficiency of In-Duct Air Cleaners.
Atmospheric Contamination and Tribo Electrification.
Charged droplet scrubber for fine particle control : laboratory study /
Comparative Analysis of the Electrostatic Potentials of Some Structural Analogues of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin and of Related Aromatic Systems.
Control technology for fine particulate emissions /
Development of a Model That Contains Both Multipole Moments and Gaussians for the Calculation of Molecular Electrostatic Potentials.
Effect of filtration parameters on dust cleaning fabrics /
Effect of Loading Dust Type on the Filtration Efficiency of Elctrostatically Charged Filters.
Effect of Parameters of Filtration on Dust Cleaning Fabrics.
Evaluation of a Finite Multipole Expansion Technique for the Computation of Electrostatic Potentials of Dibenzo-p-Dioxins and Related Systems.
Evaluation of the Cold Pipe Precharger.
Investigation of particulate matter monitoring using contact electrification /
Modeling Substrate Transport into Biofilms: Role of Multiple Ions and pH Effects.
Particulate sizing techniques for control device evaluation /
Proceedings : Symposium on New Concepts for Fine Particle Control /
Role of polyelectrolytes in filtration processes /
Use of electrostatically charged fog for control of fugitive dust emissions /
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