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||AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNOLOGY HANDBOOK
Author: Karl B. Schnelle
Description: Covering all alternative air pollution control processes, the Air Pollution Control Technology Handbook serves as a detailed reference for the practicing engineer who prepares the basic process engineering and cost estimation required for the design of an air pollution control system. It covers the topics in depth so that the reader can proceed with the basic equipment design and apply the methods and design equations presented. Using this book, the engineer will be able to select techniques for control, review alternative design methods, review equipment proposals from vendors, evaluate the costs of control equipment, and prepare a detailed equipment design.
Table of Content: AHistorical Overview of the Development of Clean Air Regulations. Clean Air Act. Air Permits for New Source. Atmospheric Diffusion Modeling or Psd Permit Regulations. Source Testing. Ambient Air Quality and Continuous Emissions Monitoring. Cost Estimating. Process Design and the Strategy of Process Design. Profitability and Engineering Economics. Introduction to Control of Gasaeous Pollutants. Absorption for Hap and Voc Control. Adsorption for Hap and Voc Control. Thermal Oxidation for Voc Control. Control of Voc and Hap by Condensation. Control of Voc and Hap by Biofilitration. Membrane Separation. Nox Control. Control of Sox. Fundamentals of Particulate Control. Hood and Ductwork Design. Cyclone Design. Design and Application of Wet Scrubbers. Filtration and Baghouses. Electrostatic Precipitators. Index