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ICESP XII CONFERENCE PAPERS      

Held in Nuernberg, Germany
May 9-13, 2011

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 XII ICESP Conference under their respective topic.  Click on the Section title to view list of papers.   

Session 3: Numerical Modeling & Simulation

 

3D Numerical Simulation of Fine Particle Collection Efficiency in Cylindrical Wire-Plate and Spiked-Plate ESPs

 

Some Aspects of "Long Term" Modeling of Electrostatic Precipitators

 

Electrostatic Precipitator Operation at Corona Quenching Conditions – Theory, Simulation and Experiments

 

Finite Element Analysis of Electric Field and Particle Transport Phenomena in a Electrostatic Precipitator

 

Session 4: High Voltage Power Supplies

 

High-Voltage Power Sources for Upgrading ESP Performance

 

More than 20 Years of Practical Experience with Switched Mode Power Supplies in Modernization Projects

 

Intermittent Energization with High Voltage Switchmode Power Supplies 4th generation of Coromax pulse generators for ESP’s

 

4th generation of Coromax pulse generators for ESP’s

 

Aspects on high frequency power supplies for ESPs

 

Session 5: Fundamentals

 

The electrostatic precipitator external parameters at the heart of dust collection efficiency performance: coal characteristics, combustion and SCR chemical process

 

Model Calculation of Negative Wire - Cylinder Corona Discharge Properties in Humid Synthesis Gas

 

Development Of Empirical Relations For Fly Ash Resistivity Based On Experimental Measurement For Indian Thermal Power Plants

  

Influence of gas composition on corona discharge characteristics in the High temperature high-pressure electrostatic precipitator

 

Session 6: Precipitator Design

 

Influence of gas distribution, field velocity and power supply technique for small scale industrial ESP's

 

Dust Removal Method of DC Supply Ultra-Wide Electrode Distance

 

Recent Technology of Moving Electrode Electrostatic Precipitator

 

Session 7: Industrial Applications

 

Dedusting system for ArcelorMittal Monlevade sintering plant's primary mixer - João Monlevade Plant – A pioneer Application

 

The Research on ESP Adaptability For Chinese Coal Under 30mg/m3 Dust Emission

 

The Gas Suspension Absorber At Norcem’s Brevik Plant

 

Experiences of Systems to Reduce SO3 from Flue Gas of Combusting High Sulfur Content Residual Materials in Oil Refinery

 

Session 9: High Voltage Power Supplies

 

Research on the High Voltage and High Power switching mode power supply for Electrostatic Precipitators

 

Study of DBD electrostatic precipitator under pulse and square energizations

 

Mobile HV Test System with IGBT Inverter Technology for Electrostatic Precipitators

 

An ESP using bipolar-discharge with DC high voltage for road tunnels

 

Session 10: Biomass

 

Multi Stage ESPs for Increasing Safety and Improving Efficiency of “Bio Ash” Precipitation

 

Biomass co-firing. New challenges in electrostatic precipitators

 

Development and study of an electrostatic precipitator for small scale wood combustion

 

Charging and removal efficiency of an ESP in a 250 kW biomass boiler

 

Session 11: Pulsed Power

 

Laser diagnostics of pulsed corona discharge

 

NOx Removal Using Dielectric Barrier Discharges in a Wire-cylinder Reactor Stressed by High Pulse Voltage

 

Deodorization System Development by using Positive Pulsed Corona Discharge

 

Pulse-mode operation of high-frequency power supplies for ESPs

 

Session 12: Back Corona

 

ESP Controls For Various Fuel Boilers Based On The Odeus Method

 

Back Corona and Resistivity Measurements: New Findings

 

Session 13: New Applications

 

Ion Blast™ Precipitator

 

Performance of High Velocity Electrostatic Precipitator for Road Tunnel

 

Operation of an electrostatic precipitator at a 30 MWth oxyfuel plant.

 

Challenges for old ESP Upgrades at Utility with high Resistive Coal/Ash

 

Session 14: Numerical Modeling & Simulation

 

Enhanced Electrical Model for Electrostatic Precipitators

 

Power Electronic Modeling and Emulation of an Electrostatic Precipitator

 

Some Investigations on the Simulation of Electrostatic Agglomeration

 

Modern High-Voltage Control of an Electrostatic Precipitator

 

Session 15: Wet ESPs

 

A Conductive Composite Material for Wet ESP Applications

 

CFD modeling of the electrical phenomena and the particle precipitation process of wet ESP in coaxial wire-tube configuration

 

Fine particle removal of two-stage ESP using water film collection plates and nonmetallic charger

 

Wet precips for CCS, Increasing business opportunities for large scale wet precips

 

Session 16: Monitoring

 

New emission sampling system for particle number concentration up to 109/ccm

 

Direct measurement of ESP charging efficiency with Electrical Low Pressure Impactor +

 

Session 17: Diesel Exhaust Gas Cleaning

 

Novel EHD-Assisted ESP for Collection of Low Resistive Diesel Particulates

 

Diesel PM collection for marine emissions using double cylinder type electrostatic precipitator

 

Diesel exhaust particle reduction using electrostatic precipitator

 

Electrostatic precipitation of diesel soot

 

Session 18: Biomass & Nonthermal Plasmas

 

Comparison of different power supply techniques for biomass ESP applications

 

Development of Extreme low-Emission Multi-fuel Boiler System with Plasma-Chemical Hybrid Exhaust After-treatment

 

Non-Thermal Plasma Decomposition of Dilute Trichloroethylene in Air – Catalyst Effect

 

Session 19: Fabric Filters

 

Fabric Filter Optimization using Computational Fluid Dynamics

 

High Performance Filtration – In Situ Testing of Filter Media in Coal Fired Boiler Bag Houses

 

Surface potential decay measurements of corona-charged non-woven fabrics for air filtration

 

Application of Electrostatic-fabric Integrated Collector for 660MW Power unit of Coalfired Boilers

 

Session 20: Mercury Separation

 

Control of Mercury Emissions from Coalfired Power Plants and the Potential for Increased Black Carbon Emissions

 

Control of Mercury Emissions from Coalfired Power Plants and the Potential for Increased Black Carbon Emissions

 

Session 21: Numerical Modeling & Simulation

 

Comparison of numerical and experimental results for an electrostatic precipitator

 

Experimental validation of numerical models of collecting Electrodes

 

Dynamic analysis of the collecting plates of electrostatic precipitators


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