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Held in Washington, DC USA 
April 5-8, 1993

The International Conference on Electrostatic Precipitation
(ICESP) is the official conference of the International Society for Electrostatic Precipitation (ISESP).  

The following is a list of papers from the V ICESP Conference under their respective topic.  Click on the Section title to view list of papers.   

Status and future of ESP and FF

ESPíS in the 21ST Century:  Extinction or Evolution

Forecast and Markets for Particulate Control Systems

It Ainít Necessarily So

U.S. Clean Air Act and  Particulate Control

The Conemaugh Station Precipitators: A Tale of Alternatives

Performance of ESPs with Small SCAs in Spray Dryer Retrofit Applications

The Electrostatic Precipitator Will Meet Standards

Experimental Results on ESP Pulse Energization with Furnace Sorbent Injection

Experience with Electrostatic Precipitators Downstream of Spray Absorbers for SO2-Separation

Economic Evaluation of Electrostatic Precipitator Retrofit Options

ESP User experience and field studies

Refurbishment of Baldwin Units #1 and #2 Electrostatic Precipitators

Replacement of Precipitator Internals, Big Bend Unit 1, Tampa Electric Company

Cold-Side Conversion of Council Bluffs Energy Center Unit 3 Precipitator

Experiences with Particulate Controls at PSI Cayuga Station During Test Burn with Low-Sulfur Eastern Coal

First ESP with Wide Plate Spacing Applied to a Cyclone-Fired Boiler

Ash properties and particulate collector performance

Effect of Coal Mineralogy on the Effectiveness of particulate Control Devices in Coal-Fired Power Plants

Catalytic Conversion of Native Sulfur Dioxide in Flue Gas for Resistivity Conditioning

Traditional Versus Non-Traditional Flue Gas Conditioning for ESPs

Resistivity Conditioning of AFBC Generated Ash

A Case Study for Sulfuric Acid FGC at Nova Scotia Power, Trenton Unit No. 5

A Novel, Energy-Efficient Flue Gas Conditioning Process

ESP enerigization and control strategies

Intermittent Energization with High Fly Ash Resistivity

Pulse Energization ESP for Fly Ash from Fluidized-Bed Combustors

700MW Hot-Side ESP Performance Improvement by Optimizing Energizing Conditions

Electrostatic Precipitation Model development and pilot-scale research

Prelec:  A Mathematical Model of Electrostatic Precipitation

Influence of the Electrode Geometry and of the Operating Characteristics on the Efficiency of Electrostatic Precipitators

An Evaluation and Comparison of the EPRI ESPMGEMS Electrostatic Precipitator Performance Model with Field Data and Other Models

Grade Efficiency and Eddy Diffusivity Models

Laboratory Tests for the Study of Fluid Flow and Corona Characterization Inside Wire-Plate Structures of Electrostatic Precipitators

Electrostatic Precipitation Fundamentals 

An Examination of the Full Electrostatic Precipitation Process for the Cleaning of Gases

Electrostatic Precipitator Penetration Function for Pulverized Coal Combustion Aerosols

A Numerical Procedure for Computing the Voltage-Current Characteristics in ESP Configurations

Electrically Stimulated Agglomeration at an Earthed Surface

Submicron Particle Agglomeration by an Electrostatic Agglomerator

Control of gaseous pollutants with electrostatics

Heterogeneous Reaction in Removal of SO2 and NOx from Flue Gas by Corona Discharge

Novel Plasma Chemical Technologies-PPCP and SPCP-for Control of Gaseous Pollutants and Air Toxics

Application of Low Temperature Plasmas Produced by Pulse Corona to Flue Gas Cleaning Processes

High Voltage Nanosecond Pulse Discharge System for Removing SO2 and NOx in Flue Gas

Advances in ESP technology

Development of Advanced Dust Collecting System for Coal-Fired Power Plant

Experience with Baffle-Free Collecting Plates in an Electrostatic Precipitator

Experimental Study of Flow Diversion During the Rapping of Collector Plates Inside and Electrostatic Precipitator

Application of Wet-Type Precipitator for Utilitiesí Coal-Fired Boiler

A Mathematical Model for Simulation of Large-Scale Electrostatic Precipitators

The Performance of a Pilot-Scale Electrostatic Precipitator Using Continuous, Intermittent and Pulsed Energization

Worldwide ESP Technology

An Electrostatic Precipitator Designed Specifically to Collect Orimulsion Fly Ash

The Investigation of the Electric Field of Wire-Plate Electrostatic Precipitator by Dielectric Wire Method


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