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Micro electrostatic precipitation for air treatment

Mermigkas, A. C. and Timoshkin, I. V. and MacGregor, S. J. (2012) Micro electrostatic precipitation for air treatment. In: 6th Environmental and Clean Technology Conference, 2012-06-21, Grand Central Hotel.

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Abstract

Micro-Electrostatic precipitation uses combining impulses and dc voltage in order to charge and remove fine, sub-micron particles efficiently. Short impulses are expected to increase the precipitation efficiency and to reduce power consumption.