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Mechanism Research on PM2.5 Charging, Precipitation in High Electrostatic Field

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In this project, some charged characteristics, and analysis of precipitated PM2.5 in high electrostatic field were calculated based on theories and experiments. The connection between the charge amount and the additional electric field intensity caused by the wet flexible collectors was studied to reveal the mechanism of charging enhancement of PM2.5 on flexible collectors. Some explanation about the wet ability of collectors and the current density enhancing the precipitation process was proposed in this project. Simultaneously, the results shows that both gas treatment time and applied voltage have an important influence on particle collection, and the minor factor was initial concentration.

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Chang, J. , Xu, C. , Tao, A. , Gao, M. , Wang, X. and Ma, C. (2015) Mechanism Research on PM2.5 Charging, Precipitation in High Electrostatic Field. Journal of Environmental Protection, 6, 10-15. doi: 10.4236/jep.2015.61002.

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