1st Edition

Air Pollution Control and Design for Industry

By Paul N. Cheremisinoff Copyright 1993
    608 Pages
    by CRC Press

    606 Pages
    by CRC Press

    Presents current methods for controlling air pollution generated at stationary industrial sources and provides complete coverage of control options, equipment and techniques. The main focus of the book is on practical solutions to air pollution problems.

    Stacks in pollution control; modeling atmospheric dispersion of pollutants; gravity settling chambers; cyclones; fabric filters; electrostatics and electrostatic precipitation; gas-phase adsorption for air pollution control; thermal incineration; packed wet scrubbers; jet venturi scrubbers; lime/limestone scrubbing for SO2 removal; fans and blowers; sampling and stack testing; industrial odor control; air clean-up and water pollution problems; plant compliance for managers; indoor/in-plant air quality.


    Paul N. Cheremisinoff