Aerodynamic capture of particles

proceedings of a conference held at B.C.U.R.A., Leatherhead, Surrey, 1960.
  • 200 Pages
  • 1.53 MB
  • English
Symposium Publications Division, Pergamon Press , New York
Dynamics of a particle -- Congresses., Fluid dynamics -- Congresses., Aerosols -- Congre
StatementEdited by E.G. Richardson.
ContributionsRichardson, Edward Gick, 1896- ed.
LC ClassificationsQA852 .B7 1960
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 200 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5801411M
LC Control Number60014947

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THE AERODYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF DUST PARTICLES The very large size range of dust particles that exist in the ventilation system of an active mine results in a variety of differing phenomena influencing the behaviour of the particles. The smallest particles act almost as a gas and react to molecular forces while the larger particles are.

The effectiveness of a filter in capturing particles is reported in terms of collection efficiency or particle penetration. Particle penetration, P, is defined as the ratio of the particle concentration (mass or number of particles per unit volume of gas), also referred to as dust loading, on the outlet of the filter (i.e., cleaned flue gas stream) to that on the inlet side of the filter (i.e.

Particles with an aerodynamic diameter of approximately to 5 μm have the highest probability of depositing in the lung, with the smaller particles having a greater probability to penetrate into the deep lung. Particles with aerodynamic particles much larger than 5 μm tend to impact in the oropharyngeal cavity.

The larger the GSD value Cited by: Aerocapture is an orbital transfer maneuver in which a spacecraft uses aerodynamic drag force from a single pass through a planetary atmosphere Aerodynamic capture of particles book decelerate and achieve orbit insertion.

Aerocapture uses a planet's or moon's atmosphere to accomplish a quick, near-propellantless orbit capture to place a space vehicle in its science orbit (most science orbits require a near. An aerosol is defined as a suspension system of solid or liquid particles in a gas. An aerosol includes both the particles and the suspending gas, which is usually air.

Frederick G. Donnan presumably first used the term aerosol during World War I to describe an aero-solution, clouds of microscopic particles in term developed analogously to the term hydrosol, a colloid. Sorry, our data provider has not Aerodynamic capture of particles book any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full by: 1.

In pharmaceutical applications, a precise determination of aerodynamic diameter (D A) is required for assessing the performance of aerosol particles widely used for inhalation therapy.

Particle sizing equipment that measures aerodynamic diameter is widely available but there is a number of biases associated with the use of these instruments. Particulate matter (PM) is the general term used for a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets suspended in air.

U.S. EPA defines PM 10 as particle matter having a nominal aerodynamic diameter of 10 micrometer (µm) or less.

PM is defined as PM less than or equal to µm in aerodynamic diameter. In general, “coarse PM” refers. Particle Morphology and Density Characterization by Combined Mobility and Aerodynamic Diameter Measurements.

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DeCarlo,1,2 ,4 Douglas R. Worsnop,5 Paul Davidovits,4 and Jose L. Jimenez2,3 1Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (PAOS), University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, USA. The removal of particulate matter from the atmosphere has been examined in the light of the physical mechanisms involved, with a review of the theoretical and experimental results available in the literature.

While the wet and dry removal are usually separately discussed, it has been decided to give evidence of the fundamental mechanisms which are active in both Cited by: Aerodynamic diameter is defined assuming spherical particles and unity density.

The APS measures particle velocity by passing the particles through two laser beams separated by about microns. An elliptical mirror collects scattered light onto a photodetector. Airborne particles have irregular shapes, and their aerodynamic behaviour is expressed in terms of the diameter of an idealised spherical particle known as aerodynamic diameter.

Particles are sampled and described on the basis of their aerodynamic diameter, which is usually simply referred to as particle size. Particles having the same aerodynamic diameter.

The aerodynamic-equivalent diameters of irregularly shaped particles are smaller than that of spherical particles for given geometric diameters of particles having the. Aerodynamics for Engineering Students, Fifth Edition, is the leading course text on aerodynamics.

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The book has been revised to include the latest developments in flow control and boundary layers, and their influence on modern wing design as well as introducing recent advances in the understanding of fundamental fluid dynamics.

Computational methods have 5/5(6). Quadrupole particles should be treated as hard spheres with a triad of quadrupole, hexadecapole and pole elastic moments.

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Publication number }, author = {Wilson, J C}, abstractNote = {A method of measuring the aerodynamic diameter of aerosol particles was investigated. The method consists of accelerating particles in a coverging nozzle and measuring their velocities near the exit of th. All aerodynamic forces on a surface are caused by collisions of uid particles with the surface.

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Launched inthe Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier is a novel aerosol instrument, capable of classifying particles between 25 nm and >5, nm (PM5) according to their aerodynamic diameter.

Uniquely, the AAC does not require the particles to be electrically charged (no radioactive or X-ray source is required for operation), which makes it. Fig. (a) The average light scattered as a function of the aerodynamic diameter (density = 1 gcm−3) for the types ofparticles shown in Fig The agreement between the positive and negative ion curves shows that the identication of organic and sulfate particles is consistent for both polarities.

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The aerodynamic particle size distribution (APSD) of the residual particles delivered from a pMDI plays a key role in determining the amount and region of drug deposition in the lung and thereby the efficacy of the inhaler. In this study, a simulation model that predicts the APSD of residual particles from suspension pMDIs was utilized to Cited by:   One would need to run industrial-strength cleaner/purifier (in clean rooms, etc.) to capture these very small particles in submicron and nano range.

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calculates the contributions on its local particle due to all the other particles at a given point in time. A standard procedure for simulation of fluid structure interactions with a line-like bluff body is a two-dimensional sectional analysis model.

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They can travel with the flow in the furnace and. of aerosol particles. An aerosol is a mixture of solid particles and/or liquid droplets suspended in a gas.

The gas phase can be air or other gases. In air pollution studies, we can also call it particulate matter.

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In this book, particulate matter (PM) is interchangeable with aerosol without examining their fine differences.

The particles. The fractal dimension of these particles was approximately These particles were composed mostly of BC, with the organic carbon content increasing as φ increased. At φ =the particles were about 90%BC, 5%PAH, and 5%aliphatic hydrocarbon (particle density = g/cm3). aerodynamic lenses first designed by Liu et al.

(a, b), near-axis particles can be focused onto a single streamline in prin-ciple. An aerodynamic lens system typically consists of three parts: a flow control orifice, focusing lenses, and an acceleration nozzle.

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