Back to

 

  

ICESP VII CONFERENCE PAPERS      

Held in Kyongju, Korea
September 20-25. 1998

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

KL-1 Series - Keynote Lectures

KL01   What’s New of China ESP

KL02  Japanese State-of the-Art for Non-thermal Plasma

KL03  Practical Problems with Electrostatic Precipitators Can Provide Significant Contribution to Science

KL04  Analysis of ESP Parameters Critical for control of fine Particulate Matter

KL05  Why Does ESLP Possess Better Performance?

FP-1 Series - Fundamentals and Physics

FP01  The Evaluation of Collection Efficiency on Electrostatic Precipitator by Visibility Index

FP02  Fundamental Principles of Similarity with Reference to the Collection Efficiency of an ESP

FP03  Onset Voltages of Back Corona for Various Layer Thickness and Gas Temperature in Wire-Cylinder Type Electrostatic Precipitator

FP04  The Role of Corona Wind in Electrostatic Precipitation

FP05  Influence of Lypophile on Preventing Re-entrainment in Spraying Surfactant Type Electrostatic Precipitators

FP-2 Series - Fundamentals and Physics

FP06  An Analysis of the Effect of Carbon in Ash Levels on ESP Performance

FP07  Experiment on Collection Characteristics of 2-Stage Parallel-Plate ESP in 0.01-0.1       µm Particle Size Range

FP08  Field Test of An Electrostatic Precipitation Unit for Road Tunnel

FP09  Characteristics of a Model Two-Stage Precipitator

FP10  Influence of Contaminated Discharging Electrode and Collection Plates on  Particle Collection Characteristics of ESP

FP-3 Series - Fundamentals and Physics

FP11  In-situ Measurement of Local Particle Fluxes in a Laboratory-scaled ESP

FP12  Influence of Dust Particles on V-I Characteristics in an Electrostatic Precipitator

FP13  A Preliminary Study on the Adhesive Forces of Precipitated Dust Layer

FP14  Experimental Studies on the Dielectric Substances in Fly Ash

FP15  An Experimental Study of Electrostatic Precipitator Plate Rapping and Reentrainment

FP-4 Series - Fundamentals and Physics

FP16  Studies of Rapping Reentrainment from Electrostatic Precipitators

FP17  Research in Formation of a Dust Layer on Precipitation Electrodes of the Electric Precipitator oat an Alternating Polarity Power Supply

FP18  Combines Pulse and Alternating Polarity Power Supply to Increase the Efficiency of Dust Cleaning

FP19  An Experimental Study of Electrical Agglomeration of Fine Particles in an Alternating Electric Field

FP20  Electrostatic Precipitator Skew Gas Flow Technology Application and Quantification

FP21  The Turbulent Transport Process of Charged Dust Particles in Electrostatic Precipitator

PP-1 Series - Plasma Process

PP01  Optimization of Pulsed Corona Discharge for Flue Gas Treatment

PP02  Investigation on SO2 and NOX Removal from Flue Gas by Pulsed Corona Discharge

PP03  Effects of Chemical Additives on Pulse Corona Process to Treat Combustion Flue Gases

PP04  Removal of the Aerosol Particles Formed in PPCP and EBDS by a Novel ESP

PP05  Investigation of NOX, SO2 Oxidation and CO Formation in Flue Gas by Nanosecond Streamer Corona

PP-2 Series - Plasma Process

PP06  DeNOx Pilot Scale Experiment with Exhaust From Stainless Steel Production Plant

PP07  Non-thermal Plasma Processing for De-NOX/SOX

PP08  SUENTP Code Simulations of Scaleup and Economic Evaluation of Non-Thermal Plasma Technology for Exhaust Gas Emission Control of Coal Fired Power Plants

PP09  Oxidation and Reduction Processes during NOX Removal in N2 + O2 with Corona Induced Non-thermal Plasma

PP10  Performance of PPCP System

PP-3 Series - Plasma Process

PP11  Application of Positive Pulsed Corona Discharge to Removal of SO2 and NOX

PP12  2-D Numerical Simulation of NOX Chemical Reaction in the Pulse Corona Discharge Process

PP13  SO2 and CO Removal Characteristics of Nonthermal Plasma Reactor in a Crossed DC Magnetic Field

PP14  Development of a New Dry Desulfurization Process using a TiO2 Catalyst And a Non-Thermal Plasma Hybrid Reactor

PP15  A New Type Nonthermal Plasma Generation Means Utilizing Ferroelectric Pellets

PP-4 Series - Plasma Process

PP16  Studies of SO2 Conversion in Discharge with a Dielectric Barrier at an  Alternating Polarity Form of the Impulse Voltage

PP17  Non-thermal Plasma Processing of Flue Gas with Catalytic Reactions and Water Vapor

PP18  Dynamic Behavior of the Corona Discharge in Air Abstract

PP19  Negative Ion Chemistry of Air Cleaning Coaxial Wire-tube Electrostatic Precipitators

PP20  The Modeling of the Removal of NOX/SO2 and VOC from Exhaust Gases By Pulse Corona and Barrier Discharges

EC-1 Series - Energization and Control

EC01  A Novel and Versatile Switched Mode Power Supply for ESP’s

EC02  Ador Powertron’s Efficient High Voltage Rectifier Systems for Electrostatic Precipitation

EC03  The HVDC Current Source for ESP

EC04  The Influence of Pulse Streamer Corona on Collecting Aerosol Particles

EC05  A Study of Electrostatic Precipitator Using Pulse Energization for Collecting High Resistivity and Fine Particles

EC-2 Series - Energization and Control

EC06  Improving Efficiency of ESP with the Magnitude-regulated and Phase-Shifting Power Supply

EC07  ESP Efficiency Measurements with a Flexible Pulsed Power Supply

EC08  Pulse Energization Solving Sinter Strand ESP Problems

EC09  Development and Application of the LYC3-IV Type Multi-purpose Control Simulating Testing Unit for ESP

EC10  Development on Simulating Software of High Voltage Energization System  For Electrostatic Precipitator

EC-3 Series - Energization and Control

EC11  On-line Precipitator Control with an Expert System

EC12  Study on Training Simulator for Electrostatic Precipitator and its Running Mathematical Models

EC 13  The Introduction and Development of an Automatic Pulse Repetition Frequency, Self Adjustment System for Precipitators Operating with the Presence of Back Ionization

OU-1 Series - Operation and Upgrade

OU01  Rebuilding and Upgrading Electrostatic Precipitators – A Consultant’s Perspective

OU02  Boiler Leakage from Power Plant Cause the Effect to ESP

OU03  Study on Design Parameters for Optimum Flow Distribution in an Electrostatic Precipitator

OU04  Investigation of Pulse Energization and Agentless Conditioning at Pilot Electrostatic Precipitator of 300 MW Coal Fired Boiler

OU05  The Performance and Application of Roof-mounted Electrostatic Precipitator

OU-2 Series - Operation and Upgrade

OU06  Research and Use of Electrostatic Precipitator with Steel-Wire Brush

OU07  New Technology Improves Electrostatic Precipitator Performance

OU08  Industrial-Scale Study of a Retrofitted Electrostatic Precipitator

OU09  Some Investigations on ESP Unit : Determination and Improvement of Collection Efficiency

OU10  Recent Application of Moving-Electrode Type Electrostatic Precipitator

OU-3 Series - Operation and Upgrade

OU11  Automated Cleaning of Electrostatic Precipitators

OU12  Wet ESPs Status and Latest Development in the Field of Aerosol Collection

OU13  Experimental Tracking of Dust Properties Related with ESP Performance Along Full Scale Units

OU14  Colder Side Electrostatic Precipitator of Advanced Flue Gas Treatment System for Coal-fired Boiler

OU15  Dual FGC Solving ESP Performance Problems

DE-1 Series - Design

DE01  An Experimental Study of the Performance of the Electrostatic Precipitator With Assistant Collecting Electrodes

DE02  Experimental Study on the Characteristics of Corona Discharge on Collecting Electrode of VX Type

DE03  Research and Application of Multi-electric Field Vertical Electrostatic Precipitator

DE04  Introduction of a Method and Device for the Electrical Charging and Separation Of Particles That Are Difficult to Separate from Gas Flow

DE05  Effect of the Plate Spacing and Discharge Electrode Shape on the Efficiency Of Wide Plate Spacing Electrostatic Precipitator

DE-2 Series - Design

DE06  Experimental Study of a Moving Electrode Electrostatic Precipitator

DE07  Design of Electrostatic Precipitators after Pulverized Coat Boilers Firing Low Sulphur Coals

DE08  Horizontal Discharge Electrodes in an Electrostatic Precipitator

DE09  The Collection of Fine Particles by an Electrostatic Precipitator with Quadruple Pre-chargers

DE10  Electrostatic Lentoid Precipitator and its Performance

DE-3 Series - Design

DE11  Current Distribution and Re-entrainment of Low Cohesive Dust

DE12  Study on Bi-Electrodes Alternative Discharge Multiple Cascade Impacting Electrostatic Precipitator

MN-1 Series - Modeling and Analysis

MN01  Effect of Turbulence of Particle Transport inside a Wire-Cavity Plate Electrostatic Precipitator

MN02  Computation of Turbulent EHD and Particulate Flows in Wire-plate Electrostatic Precipitators

MN03  Electrohydrodynamic Modeling of Fine Particle Collection in Electrostatic Precipitators

MN04  On the Modeling of Particle Transport in Electrostatic Precipitators

MN05  Study on Electrode Configuration and Arrangement Inside ESP Using Numerical Simulation

MN-2 Series - Modeling and Analysis

MN06  Some Aspects of Flow Skew Technology in ESP Performance Improvement

MN07  Numerical Simulation of Screens in Electrostatic Precipitator Inlets

MN08  ESP Performance Prediction and Flow Optimization Using CFD Modeling

IS-1 Series - Industrial Session

IS01  Hand in Hand for Environment Protection

IS02  Brief Introduction of Lanzhou Electric Power Equipment Manufacturer (LEPEM)


Last updated: May 28, 2011.