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ICESP VI CONFERENCE PAPERS      

Held in Budapest, Hungary
June 18-21, 1996

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 VI ICESP Conference.  Click on the series title to view abstract in that series section.   

Air Toxics

002 - Control of Trace Elements in Combustion Flue Gas by a Corona Discharge   Activated Conditioning Agent and Electrostatic Precipitator

008 - Application of Wet Type Electrostatic Precipitator for Boiler Plants

021 - Improving Collection of Toxic Fine Particles in ESPs

027 - An Experimental Study of the Performance of an ESP Operating Downstream From a Semi-Dry Desulphurization Unit

Control and Design

035 - Emission Control during Transition Periods Using an Expert Supervisory Control System

045 - Electrostatic Precipitator Combined Pulse Charging Section with Moving Electrode Section for High Resistivity Dust

057 - Fundamental Characteristics and Collection Efficiency of a Model Precipit

063 - Back Corona Control with Help of Advanced Microprocessor Enhances Performances

071 - Field Testing of Acoustical Cleaning of Electrostatic Precipitators

080 - Self Exploring ESP Rapping Optimization System

087 - Improved Cleaning of High Voltage Insulators in ESP

094 - Diagnostics and Control of Electrode Rapping System

100 - Rigid Discharge Electrode and Wide Spacing Electrostatic Precipitators in Poland

Modeling

107 - An Efficient Pseudo-Transient Solution Method for Monopolar Corona with Charge Advection and Diffusion

113 - Precipitation Modeling by Calculating Particle Tracks in Simulated Flow Fields

124 - Removal of Submicrometer Dust Particles by a Charged Spherical Collector

130 - A Model of the Non-Stationary Charge Flow in an Electrostatic Precipitator

137 - Effective Solution of 3D Charge Coupled Problems in Electrostatic Precipitators

144 - Discharge of Impulse Series in Presence of Space Charges

154 - A Finite Element Method for Modeling 3D Field and Current Distributions in Electrostatic Precipitators with Electrodes of Any Shape

160 - Modeling of Particle Deposition on the Collecting Plates of Electrostatic Precipitator

166 - Three-Dimensional Corona Current Distribution in Complex ESP Configurations

172 - Advance of Field Calculation Method in Electrostatic Precipitators with Non-Cylindrical Corona Electrodes

178 - Numerical Computation of Ionized Fields in Electrostatic Pulse Powered Precipitators

184 - Modeling of the Velocity Field in Electrostatic Precipitators

190 - Motion of Macroscopic Particles in Electric Field

Operation and Upgrade

197 - Operating Experience of a Pulse ESP at a Modern 500 MW Coal Fired Power Plant in Japan

203 - Aspects of ESP Upgrading

209 - Performance Evaluation of an ESP Unit Using Low Grade Coa

215 - Economical Comparison of Conventional and Pulsed Electrostatic Precipitators in Industrial Applications

221 - Exploitation Experience of the Cooperation of an Electrostatic Precipitator and a Desulphurization Installation

227 - Use of Charged Liquid Aerosols for Increasing of the Efficiency of the Process of Dust Precipitation

232 - Possibilities of Making Use of Integrated Emission Monitoring System for Inspection of Electro Precipitators Operation

238 - Skewed Gas Flow Technology Improves Precipitator Performance Eskom Experience in South Africa

244 - Precipitator Performance Improvement Program a Practical Approach

254 - An Energy Management System for Electrostatic Precipitator

262 - Romanian Technologies for the Utilization the Pulses in the Electrostatic Precipitation in Energetics and Cement Industry

Physics

269 - The Effect of Gravitational Settling in an Electrostatic Precipitator

275 - The Spectra of the Corona in an Electrostatic Precipitator

281 - Measuring and Modeling Mass Fluxes in ESP

293 - Studies on Electrostatic Precipitation at Temperatures around Acid Dewpoint

299 - Relations between Coal/Fly Ash Properties and Cohesive Forces in Electrostatically Precipitated Ash Layers

306 - Electrostatically Enhanced Core Separator System

312 - Recent Experience in Controlling Fine Particles in ESP

325 - Local Deposition of Particles in a Laboratory-Scale Electrostatic Precipitator with Barbed Discharge Electrodes

335 - Improved Discharge Electrode Design Yields Favorable EHD-Field with Low Dust Layer Erosion in Electrostatic Precipitator

343 - Fractional Efficiency Investigations under Back Corona Conditions Considering the Local Occurrence of Back Corona at the Dust Layer of Electrostatic Precipitators

353 - Studies of Dust Layer Formation on Electrostatic Precipitator Electrodes at Alternating Polarity Power Supply (Apps)

359 - The Study of Agglomeration and Collection Efficiency in Electrostatic Precipitators

365 - Investigations into the Local Mass Flux of Dust to be Precipitated at the Collecting Electrode

375 - Investigations on Particle Dynamics in a Plate Type Electrostatic Precipitator Using Double-Pulse Holography

382 - Experiments on Simultaneous Variation of Plate Spacing and Duct Length

388 - Conduction and Charging Phenomena in a Fluidised Bed of Solid Insulating Particles

394 - Fact: a Non-Traditional Fly Ash Conditioning Technology

400 - Measurement of Discharge Electrode Emission Characteristics in the Laboratory

406 - Particle Flow Field in a Commercial Design ESP during Intermittent Energization

417 - FGC as a Means for Cost-Effective ESPs for Low Sulfur Coals

427 - Flue Gas SO3 Conditioning for Improvement of Particle Collection in ESP

432 - Results of IES Utilities, Burlington Station SO3 Conditioning

438 - Impact of Ash Characteristics on Precipitator Performance

452 - Physical Simulation of the Particle Migration in ESP Part II Application Results

460 - The Evolution of Back Corona Conditions in an ESP

466 - The Effect of Size and Shape on Electrostatic Particle Charging Processes

Plasma Catalysis

473 - Application of Non-Thermal Discharge Plasma for Flue Gas Cleaning

479 - Non-Thermal Plasma Processing for Air Cleaning

485 - Decomposition of Methylmercaptan by Non Thermal Plasma

490 - Removal of the Ozone Layer Depleting Gases Using Non-Thermal Plasma Technology

495 - Optimizing Pulse Corona Characteristics for Removal of SO2 by Pulse Corona from Simulated Flue Gas

500 - VOC Removal by Plasma Cathalysis

505 - Decomposition of Hydrocarbons by Back Corona Discharges

511 Back-Corona Generated Plasma for Decomposition of NO2 in Oxygen-Free N2:NO2 Gas Mixture 

517 No removal by Pulsed Corona Discharge in ESP with Irrigated Plate

523 Removal of Toulene from Air Stream by a Pulse Corona Plasma Reactor

529 Reduction of NOx from Natural Gas Combustion Flue Gases by Corona Discharge Radical Injection Techniques and Electrostatic Precipitators

535 The Reduction of NOx and SOx from Flue Gas Using Sub microsecond Pulsed Energization

544 Reduction of Chemical Pollutants in the Exhaust as of the Municipal Waste Incinerator by PPCP (Pulse Corona Induced Plasma Chemical Process)

550 Removal of NOx in a DC Corona Discharge Used in Wet Precipitators

555 Pulse Corona Discharge Investigations and Concept of Combined Effluents Cleaning from Dust and Oxides

562 NOx Removal Characteristics of Corona Radical Shower System

568 Effect of Non-Thermal Plasma on Carbon Dioxide

574 Removal of NO from Flue and Exhaust Gases Using Non-Thermal Plasma Technology

580 The use of Pulsed Corona Technology to Destroy VOCs, Dioxins and Furans at a Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator

Power Supply

587 Application of Pulse Power for Gas Cleaning Direct-Coupled Pulse Energization in ESP and Pulse Corona Induced Plasma Chemical Process

596 Design of a Low Cost Pulsed Power Supply for Electrostatic Precipitators Using Magnetic Switching Technique

602 Pulsed Energization Application to Cleaning of Flue Gases

608 The New Scope for EPPS Under the High Voltage Vacuum Switching Tubes EBV Usage


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