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Calculating Efficiency of Separation of Aerosol Particles from Gases in Packed Apparatuses

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A mathematical model for the process of removal of aerosols from gases in channels filled with packing is considered. Equations for transport of aerosol particles and results of their numerical solution are given. Influence of operating conditions and of design characteristics of the packed apparatus on gas purification efficiency is analyzed.

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Laptev, A. , Basharov, M. , Farakhov, T. and Iskhakov, A. (2014) Calculating Efficiency of Separation of Aerosol Particles from Gases in Packed Apparatuses. Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science, 4, 143-148. doi: 10.4236/aces.2014.42017.


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