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ICESP X CONFERENCE PAPERS      

Held in Cairns, Australia
June 25 - 29, 2006

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 X ICESP Conference.  

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

Session 1A - Opening Session (Monday, June 26, 2006)


1A1  Atmospheric Pressure Nonthermal Plasma Decomposition of Gaseous Air Contaminants and that Diagnosis

Session 2A - ESP Applications I
(Monday, June 26, 2006)

2A1  The Influence of Flow Distribution on the Performance Improvement of Electrostatic Precipitator

2A2  Model Experimental Research of Skewed Gas-Flow Technology

2A3
Secondary Flows and Turbulence for Staggered and Non-Staggered Electrode Emitters

Session 2B - ESP Fundamentals (Monday, June 26, 2006)

2B1  Experimental Test of Discharge Electrode for Collecting of Fly Ash of Different Physico-Chemical Properties

2B2  Influence of Re-entrainment and Charged Particles on Particle Deposition on Downstream Wall in an Electrostatic Precipitator

2B3  Experimental Study on Agglomeration of Smole Particle in Electric Field

Session 2C - Cold Plasma and Multi Pollution Control I (Monday, June 26, 2006)

2C1  Pilot-Scale NOX and SOX Removal from Boiler Emission using Radical Injection and Chemical Hybrid Process

2C2  Electrocore Technology Development for Multi-Pollutant Control

2C3  NOX Removal using DBD with Urea Solution and Plasma Treated TiO2 Photo Catalyst

Session 3A - ESP Applications II (Monday, June 26, 2006)

3A1  Electrostatic Precipitator Performance in Indian Pulverized Coal based Thermal Power Stations - Problems and Solutions

3A2  Electrostatic Precipitator Performance with Chinese Coals

3A3  Industrial Demonstrations of a Three-Phase T/R Power Source with Coal Fired Power Plants

Session 3B - ESP Fundamentals II (Monday, June 26, 2006)

3B1  Complex Analysis of Ionic Wind in ESP Modeling

3B2  The Newest Research Results for Collection of High Specific Resistivity Dusts with Electrostatic Precipitators

3B3  Back-Corona Model for Prediction 

Session 3C - ESP Fundamentals II (Monday, June 26, 2006)

3C1  Reduction of Ozone Generation in Electrostatic Precipitator

3C2  The Effect of the Third Electrode on the Ozone Generation of a Wire-Plate Type Non thermal Plasma Reactor with a Slit Barrier

3C3  Relationship between Ozone Formation and Toluene Decomposition Efficiency in a Zeolite-Hybrid Plasma Reactor

Session 4A - ESP Applications III (Monday, June 26, 2006)

4A1  Sizing and Design Experiences of the Electrostatic Precipitators for Two 600 Mw Power Generating Units

4A2  Removal of Marine Diesel Particulate Matter by Electrostatic Precipitator 

Session 4B - ESP Fundamentals III (Monday, June 26, 2006)

4B1  A Friendly Tool to Assist Plant Operators and Design  Engineers to Control Fly Ash Emissions: ORCHIDEE

4B2  The Study on Simulation of Optimize Control  System for Electrostatic Precipitator

Session 4C - Cold Plasma and Multi Pollution Control III  (Monday, June 26, 2006)

4C1  Enhanced Mercury Collection Using the Indigo Agglomerator

4C2  Advanced Particulate and Mercury Removal Technology

Session 5A -  ESP Applications IV (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

5A1  Sonic Horns have Fully Replaced the Tumbling Hammer Rapping in an ESP for the Sieving System of Iron Ore Sinter Machine

5A2  Sizing and Design of Electrostatic Precipitators for Iron Ore Sinter Band

Session 5B - ESP Fundamentals IV  (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

5B1  Spark and its Effect on Electrostatic Precipitator

5B2  Universal Relationship between Collection Efficiency and the Corona Power of the Electrostatic Precipitator

Session 5C - ESP Fundamentals IV  (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

5C1  Short Gap Non-Thermal Plasma Performance to Decompose Dilute Trichloroethylene

5C2  Application of Non-Thermal Plasmas to Gas Cleaning and Enhancing Combustion for Pollution Reduction

Session 6A - ESP Applications V  (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

6A1  Enlargement of Mist Particles for Wet Type Electrostatic Precipitator

6A2  Enhanced Fine Particle Collection Using the Indigo Agglomerator

6A3  Reduction of Fine Particulate Emmissions from ESPs

6A4  Sub-Micron Particle Removal Efficiency of Electrically Enhanced Wet Scrubber

Session 6B - ESP Fundamentals V (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

6B1 The Technology Development of the COEBP

6B2  Discovery of The Power-saving Principle of Electrostatic Dust Precipitation Using DC Supply

6B3  Novel ESP Model for Impulse Energisation

6B4  The Rectangular Controlling Principle and Method of Automatic Following Control on Dust Density and Wang Meiju in Electrostatic Dust Precipitation

Session 6C - Fabric Filtration I (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

6C1 Fabric Filters For Coal Fired Power Stations

6C2  Experiences in Baghouse Applications after Coal Fired Boilers

6C3  Application of Fabric Filter to Coke Oven

6C4  Reverse Gas Baghouse Modelling and Complete Off-Gas System Simulation

Session 7A - ESP Applications VI (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

7C1 High Frequency Switch Mode Power Supplies for Electrostatic Precipitators Operational and Installation Advantages

7C2  Economical Aspects of Energising Electrostatic Precipitators with High-Frequency Switched Power Supplies

7C3  Modular Switched Mode Power Supplies – a Way to Solve the Challenges of Reliability, Output Properties and Cost, Compared to Conventional T/R’s in ESP Applications

Session 7B - ESP Fundamentals VI (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

7B1 Application of Modern ESP Models to Low Sulphur, High-Ash Power Station Conditions

7B2  Development of an Industrial Model of Rapping – Effect on the Collecting Efficiency

7B3  A Numerical Model of a Wire-Plate Electrostatic Precipitator under Electrohydrodynamic Flow Conditions

Session 7C - Fabric Filtration II (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

7C1 Cost Comparisons between Electrostatic Precipitators and Pulse Jet Fabric Filters and Inherent Challenges of both Technologies at ESKOM’S 6 X 600 MW Duvha Power Station

7C2  Colorado Springs Utilities Improves Fabric Filter Performance by Installing Expanded PTFE Membrane Filter Bags

Session 8A - ESP Applications VII (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

8A1 Performance Improvement of Electrostatic Precipitator: Some Experimental Studies

8A2  Upgrade Technologies for Electrostatic Precipitators

Session 8B - ESP Fundamentals VII (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

8B1 Investigations on Fly Ash Resistivity: Development of Empirical Relations Based on Experimental Measurement

8B2  Experimental and Calculated Values of Migration Velocity as a Parameter of Precipitation Process in Electrostatic Precipitators

Session 8C - Fabric Filtration III (Tuesday, June 27, 2006)

8C1 Managing Bag Shrinkage in Low Temperature Fabric Filter Plants

8C2  Selection Criteria of PPS and PPS/PI Blends for Use in Power Station Applications

Session 9A - ESP Applications VIII (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

9A1 Improvement of Reliability for Moving Electrode type Electrostatic Precipitator

9A2  The Application of Magnetically Enhanced Corona Pre-charging Technology for the Electrostatic Enhanced Filter

9A3  Laboratory Research on Collection of Particles Reentrained from Corona Electrode

Session 9B - ESP Fundamentals VIII (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

9B1 Assessing the Significance of the Indigo Aerodynamic Agglomeration Technology Using MIE/LIF Laser Diagnostics

9B2  Properties, Charging Processes and Depositions of Particles in Electrostatic Filtration Systems

9B3  Experimental Study on Electrostatic Precipitation with Spraying Corona Discharges

Session 9C - ESP Applications IX (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

9C1 Fabric Filter Retrofits an Electrostatic Precipitator Upgrade Technology

9C2  Retrofitting Fabric Filter Plants into Small Electrostatic Precipitator Casings

Session 10A - ESP Applications X (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

10A1 SO3 Flow Biasing, an Engineered Approach

10A2  A New Type Field Test Instrument for Specific Resistivity of Fly Ash

Session 10B - New ESP Technologies I (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

10B1 Development of Electrostatic Precipitator for Road Tunnel

10B2  High Velocity Electrostatic Precipitator for Road Tunnel

Session 11A - ESP Applications X (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

11A1 SO3 The Bi-Corona® - ESP - A New Development to Enhance

11A2  Investigation of an ESP Based on ERDEC Design after an Oil Fired Boiler

Session 11B - New ESP Technologies II (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

11B1 Efficiency Improvements on Large Industrial Electrostatic Precipitators with IGBT Inverter Technology

11B2  Development of High-Power, High-Frequency and High-Voltage Power Supply System for Electrostatic Precipitator

Session 12A - ESP Applications X (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

12A1 Indigo Particle Agglomerators Reduce Emissions and Opacity on Coal-Fired Boilers in The US: A Proven Technology

12A2  Development of Smoke Eliminator Adapting Electrostatic Technology

12A3 Technical and Economical Comparisons between Different Kinds of Materials and Different Geometries for Electrostatic Precipitator Insulators

Session 12B - 12B New ESP Technologies III (Wednesday, June 27, 2006)

12B1 Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator

12B2  Multi-Stage Collector (MSC™) Proof-of-Concept Pilot Design and Evaluation

12B3  The Development and Application of Mechanical and Electronic Multiplex Double Fields ESP


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