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Pulsed electron beams for flue-gas treatment
Author(s): Gennady A. Mesyats; Yuri N. Novoselov; D. L. Kuznetsov
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Paper Abstract

The development of industrial society creates serious threats to the safe existence of the biosphere, including man. Cleaning air from toxic exhausts becomes therefore one of the challenges. The global problem of air cleaning can be solved in a number of ways. We restrict our attention to one of the possible methods, the use of pulsed electron beams to clean sulfur oxides from the flue gases of power plants. Irradiation of flue gases by the increased density of pulsed electron beams permits a charges, excited particle concentration that is optical for the removal of specific toxic impurities. We present the most important results of these experiments.

Paper Details

Date Published: 3 March 1995
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 2374, Novel Applications of Lasers and Pulsed Power, (3 March 1995);
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Gennady A. Mesyats, Institute of Electrophysics (Russia)
Yuri N. Novoselov, Institute of Electrophysics (Russia)
D. L. Kuznetsov, Institute of Electrophysics (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2374:
Novel Applications of Lasers and Pulsed Power
Michael W. Prairie; Randy D. Curry, Editor(s)

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