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Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries

Year 2020, Volume: 3 Issue: 1, 15 - 21, 31.03.2020

Abstract

Electrostatic precipitator (ESP) is efficient
pollution control equipment. This paper aims in designing of a low cost and
portable ESP for small scale industries for controlling the pollution. A
prototype of two stage ESP is developed with low cost, less weight and easily
available materials. Which can be used in boilers, hospitals and cooking
purposes. A pollution test is conducted on the prototype for verifying NO2
and CO2 emission by installing this ESP and verified.

Supporting Institution

RUSA-Phase 2.0 grant

Thanks

Dr. C. Ganesa Moorthy (Professor, Department of Mathematics, Alagappa University, Karaikudi- 630003, INDIA) gratefully acknowledges the joint financial support of RUSA-Phase 2.0 grant sanctioned vide letter No.F 24-51/2014-U, Policy (TN Multi-Gen), Dept. of Edn. Govt. of India, Dt. 09.10.2018, UGC-SAP (DRS-I) vide letter No.F.510/8/DRS-I/2016 (SAP-I) Dt. 23.08.2016 and DST (FIST - level I) 657876570 vide letter No.SR/FIST/MS-I/2018-17 Dt. 20.12.2018.

References

  • [1] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. UdhayaSankar, and G. RajKumar. "A Design for Charging Section of Electrostatic Precipitators by Applying a Law for Electric Field Waves." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.6 (2017): 842-844.
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  • [3] Parker, Ken R. "Why an electrostatic precipitator?." Applied Electrostatic Precipitation. Springer, Dordrecht, 1997. 1-10.
  • [4] McDonald, Jack Raymond, and Alan H. Dean. "Electrostatic precipitator manual." (1982).
  • [5] Jedrusik, Maria, ArkadiuszSwierczok, and RyszardTeisseyre. "Experimental study of fly ash precipitation in a model electrostatic precipitator with discharge electrodes of different design." Powder Technology 135 (2003): 295-301.
  • [6] Mainelis, Gediminas, et al. "Design and collection efficiency of a new electrostatic precipitator for bioaerosol collection." Aerosol Science & Technology 36.11 (2002): 1073-1085.
  • [7] Rothenberg, Larry, Alan Viosca, and Igor Krichtafovitch. "Electrostatic air filter design and assembly." U.S. Patent Application No. 15/653,440.
  • [8] Phillips, James R., et al. "Design of a Second Generation Electrostatic Precipitator for Martian Atmospheric Dust Mitigation of ISRU Intakes." 2018 AIAA SPACE and Astronautics Forum and Exposition. 2018.
  • [9] Sander, Sören, Steffen Gawor, and UdoFritsching. "Separating polydisperse particles using electrostatic precipitators with wire and spiked-wire discharge electrode design." Particuology 38 (2018): 10-17.
  • [10] Cheremisinoff, PaulN. Air pollution control and design for industry. Routledge, 2018.
  • [11] Khaled, Usama, et al. "Experimental and analytical study on the performance of novel design of efficient two-stage electrostatic precipitator." IET Science, Measurement & Technology 12.4 (2018): 486-491.
  • [12] Arif, S., et al. "The influence of design parameters on the occurrence of shielding in multi-electrode ESPs and its effect on performance." Journal of Electrostatics 93 (2018): 17-30.
  • [13] Bacher, Christian, et al. "Discharge electrode geometry and energy efficiency in a one-stage wire–tube electrostatic precipitator operating at high concentrations of submicron liquid aerosol." Environmental technology (2018): 1-13.
  • [14] Ayturan, Yasin Akın, Zeynep Cansu Ayturan, and Hüseyin Oktay Altun. "Air pollution modelling with deep learning: a review." International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 1.3 (2018): 58-62.
  • [15] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and Graj Kumar. "What Is The Polarity Of An Electromagnetic Wave?." Indian J. Sci. Res 13.1 (2017): 255-256.
  • [16] Moorthy, Ganesa. "Application of Raman Spectroscopy to Pollution Control Using Wave Numbers." International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 2.1 (2019): 44-47.
  • [17] Udhaya Sankar, G., C. Ganesa Moorthy, and G. RajKumar. "Smart Storage Systems for Electric Vehicles–A Review." Smart Science 7.1 (2019): 1-15.
  • [18] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. RajKumar. "Temperature of Black Holes and Minimum Wavelength of Radio Waves." International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 4.4 (2018): 1104-1107.
  • [19] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. Rajkumar. "Two Expressions for Electrostatic Forces and For Magnetic Forces to Classify Electromagnetic Waves." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.10 (2017): 706-709.
  • [20] Vallikkodi, M., G. Udhaya Sankar, and P. Vishnukumar. "An Innovative Interpretation for Parallel Universe." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.5 (2017).
  • [21] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. Rajkumar. "Rotating Bodies Do Have Magnetic Field." (2016).
  • [22] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. RajKumar. "LIGOs Detected Magnetic Field Waves; not Gravitational Waves." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.8 (2017): 268-269.
  • [23] Udhaya Sankar, G., C. Ganesa Moorthy, and G. RajKumar. "A suggestion for a good anode material synthesized and characterized." Discov 54 (2018): 249-253.
  • [24] Sankar, G. Udhaya. "Climate change challenge–photosynthesis vs. hydro-electrolysis principle." Climate Change 3 (2016): 128-131.
  • [25] Sankar, G. Udhaya. "A Survey on Wavelength Based Application of Ultraviolet LED." computing (2007).
  • [26] UdhayaSankar, G., C. GanesaMoorthy, and G. RajKumar. "Global Magnetic Field Strengths of Planets From A Formula." (2016).
  • [27] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, and G. Udhaya Sankar. "Planck’s Constant and Equation for Magnetic Field Waves." Natural and Engineering Sciences 4.2: 107-113.
  • [28] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Sankar, and G. Rajkumar. "Simplified Interpretation for Einstein’s Energy Mass Relation." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3 (2017).
  • [29] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. Raj Kumar. "Why Do Distant Planets Have Speedy Winds." Mercury 3: 0-24055556.
  • [30] MOORTHY, C. G., SANKAR, G. U., & KUMAR, G. A VELOCITY INDEX FOR EXISTENCE OF ATMOSPHERE IN A PLANET. Mercury, 4(47.4), 10-8937.
  • [31] Udhaya Sankar, G., C. Ganesa Moorthy, and G. RajKumar. "Synthesizing graphene from waste mosquito repellent graphite rod by using electrochemical exfoliation for battery/supercapacitor applications." Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects 40.10 (2018): 1209-1214.
  • [32] Moorthy, Ganesa, G. RajKumar, and S. Sekar. "New Design for Charging Section of Electrostatic Precipitators Using Thermocouple Principle for Air Pollution Control." International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 1.4 (2018): 116-119.
Year 2020, Volume: 3 Issue: 1, 15 - 21, 31.03.2020

Abstract

References

  • [1] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. UdhayaSankar, and G. RajKumar. "A Design for Charging Section of Electrostatic Precipitators by Applying a Law for Electric Field Waves." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.6 (2017): 842-844.
  • [2] Ayturan, Yasin Akın, Ali Öztürk, and Zeynep Cansu Ayturan. "Modelling of PM10 Pollution in Karatay District of Konya with Artificial Neural Networks." Journal of International Environmental Application and Science 12.3 (2017): 256-263.
  • [3] Parker, Ken R. "Why an electrostatic precipitator?." Applied Electrostatic Precipitation. Springer, Dordrecht, 1997. 1-10.
  • [4] McDonald, Jack Raymond, and Alan H. Dean. "Electrostatic precipitator manual." (1982).
  • [5] Jedrusik, Maria, ArkadiuszSwierczok, and RyszardTeisseyre. "Experimental study of fly ash precipitation in a model electrostatic precipitator with discharge electrodes of different design." Powder Technology 135 (2003): 295-301.
  • [6] Mainelis, Gediminas, et al. "Design and collection efficiency of a new electrostatic precipitator for bioaerosol collection." Aerosol Science & Technology 36.11 (2002): 1073-1085.
  • [7] Rothenberg, Larry, Alan Viosca, and Igor Krichtafovitch. "Electrostatic air filter design and assembly." U.S. Patent Application No. 15/653,440.
  • [8] Phillips, James R., et al. "Design of a Second Generation Electrostatic Precipitator for Martian Atmospheric Dust Mitigation of ISRU Intakes." 2018 AIAA SPACE and Astronautics Forum and Exposition. 2018.
  • [9] Sander, Sören, Steffen Gawor, and UdoFritsching. "Separating polydisperse particles using electrostatic precipitators with wire and spiked-wire discharge electrode design." Particuology 38 (2018): 10-17.
  • [10] Cheremisinoff, PaulN. Air pollution control and design for industry. Routledge, 2018.
  • [11] Khaled, Usama, et al. "Experimental and analytical study on the performance of novel design of efficient two-stage electrostatic precipitator." IET Science, Measurement & Technology 12.4 (2018): 486-491.
  • [12] Arif, S., et al. "The influence of design parameters on the occurrence of shielding in multi-electrode ESPs and its effect on performance." Journal of Electrostatics 93 (2018): 17-30.
  • [13] Bacher, Christian, et al. "Discharge electrode geometry and energy efficiency in a one-stage wire–tube electrostatic precipitator operating at high concentrations of submicron liquid aerosol." Environmental technology (2018): 1-13.
  • [14] Ayturan, Yasin Akın, Zeynep Cansu Ayturan, and Hüseyin Oktay Altun. "Air pollution modelling with deep learning: a review." International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 1.3 (2018): 58-62.
  • [15] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and Graj Kumar. "What Is The Polarity Of An Electromagnetic Wave?." Indian J. Sci. Res 13.1 (2017): 255-256.
  • [16] Moorthy, Ganesa. "Application of Raman Spectroscopy to Pollution Control Using Wave Numbers." International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 2.1 (2019): 44-47.
  • [17] Udhaya Sankar, G., C. Ganesa Moorthy, and G. RajKumar. "Smart Storage Systems for Electric Vehicles–A Review." Smart Science 7.1 (2019): 1-15.
  • [18] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. RajKumar. "Temperature of Black Holes and Minimum Wavelength of Radio Waves." International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 4.4 (2018): 1104-1107.
  • [19] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. Rajkumar. "Two Expressions for Electrostatic Forces and For Magnetic Forces to Classify Electromagnetic Waves." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.10 (2017): 706-709.
  • [20] Vallikkodi, M., G. Udhaya Sankar, and P. Vishnukumar. "An Innovative Interpretation for Parallel Universe." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.5 (2017).
  • [21] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. Rajkumar. "Rotating Bodies Do Have Magnetic Field." (2016).
  • [22] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. RajKumar. "LIGOs Detected Magnetic Field Waves; not Gravitational Waves." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3.8 (2017): 268-269.
  • [23] Udhaya Sankar, G., C. Ganesa Moorthy, and G. RajKumar. "A suggestion for a good anode material synthesized and characterized." Discov 54 (2018): 249-253.
  • [24] Sankar, G. Udhaya. "Climate change challenge–photosynthesis vs. hydro-electrolysis principle." Climate Change 3 (2016): 128-131.
  • [25] Sankar, G. Udhaya. "A Survey on Wavelength Based Application of Ultraviolet LED." computing (2007).
  • [26] UdhayaSankar, G., C. GanesaMoorthy, and G. RajKumar. "Global Magnetic Field Strengths of Planets From A Formula." (2016).
  • [27] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, and G. Udhaya Sankar. "Planck’s Constant and Equation for Magnetic Field Waves." Natural and Engineering Sciences 4.2: 107-113.
  • [28] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Sankar, and G. Rajkumar. "Simplified Interpretation for Einstein’s Energy Mass Relation." Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3 (2017).
  • [29] Moorthy, C. Ganesa, G. Udhaya Sankar, and G. Raj Kumar. "Why Do Distant Planets Have Speedy Winds." Mercury 3: 0-24055556.
  • [30] MOORTHY, C. G., SANKAR, G. U., & KUMAR, G. A VELOCITY INDEX FOR EXISTENCE OF ATMOSPHERE IN A PLANET. Mercury, 4(47.4), 10-8937.
  • [31] Udhaya Sankar, G., C. Ganesa Moorthy, and G. RajKumar. "Synthesizing graphene from waste mosquito repellent graphite rod by using electrochemical exfoliation for battery/supercapacitor applications." Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects 40.10 (2018): 1209-1214.
  • [32] Moorthy, Ganesa, G. RajKumar, and S. Sekar. "New Design for Charging Section of Electrostatic Precipitators Using Thermocouple Principle for Air Pollution Control." International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 1.4 (2018): 116-119.

Details

Primary Language English
Subjects Environmental Engineering
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Rajkumar G. This is me

Yasin Akın AYTURAN

Sekar S. This is me

Ganesa Moorthy C.

Project Number letter No.F 24-51/2014-U, Policy (TN Multi-Gen),
Publication Date March 31, 2020
Submission Date September 12, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2020 Volume: 3 Issue: 1

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APA G., R., AYTURAN, Y. A., S., S., C., G. M. (2020). Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries. International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling, 3(1), 15-21.
AMA G. R, AYTURAN YA, S. S, C. GM. Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries. Int. j. environ. pollut. environ. model. March 2020;3(1):15-21.
Chicago G., Rajkumar, Yasin Akın AYTURAN, Sekar S., and Ganesa Moorthy C. “Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries”. International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 3, no. 1 (March 2020): 15-21.
EndNote G. R, AYTURAN YA, S. S, C. GM (March 1, 2020) Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries. International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 3 1 15–21.
IEEE R. G., Y. A. AYTURAN, S. S., and G. M. C., “Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries”, Int. j. environ. pollut. environ. model., vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 15–21, 2020.
ISNAD G., Rajkumar et al. “Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries”. International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling 3/1 (March 2020), 15-21.
JAMA G. R, AYTURAN YA, S. S, C. GM. Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries. Int. j. environ. pollut. environ. model. 2020;3:15–21.
MLA G., Rajkumar et al. “Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries”. International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling, vol. 3, no. 1, 2020, pp. 15-21.
Vancouver G. R, AYTURAN YA, S. S, C. GM. Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries. Int. j. environ. pollut. environ. model. 2020;3(1):15-21.
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