Volume 3 Issue 1 Article 2

Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries

Writer(s): Rajkumar G. 1, Yasin Akın Ayturan 2, Sekar S. 3, Ganesa Moorthy C. 4,

Electrostatic precipitator (ESP) is efficient pollution control equipment. This paper aims in designing of a low cost and portable ESP for small scale industries for controlling the pollution. A prototype of two stage ESP is developed with low cost, less weight and easily available materials. Which can be used in boilers, hospitals and cooking purposes. A pollution test is conducted on the prototype for verifying NO2 and CO2 emission by installing this ESP and verified.



Keyword(s): Electrostatic Precipitator, prototype Modelling, Small scale industries application,

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Citation type: APARajkumar G., Yasin Akın Ayturan, Sekar S., Ganesa Moorthy C.. (2020). Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries. Ulusal Çevre Bilimleri Araştırma Dergisi, 3 ( 1 ) , 15-21. http://ijepem.com/volume-3/issue-1/article-2/
Citation: BibTex@article{2020, title={Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries}, volume={3}, number={1}, publisher={International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling}, author={Rajkumar G., Yasin Akın Ayturan, Sekar S., Ganesa Moorthy C.}, year={2020}, pages={15-21} }
Citation type: MLARajkumar G., Yasin Akın Ayturan, Sekar S., Ganesa Moorthy C.. Air Pollution Controlled Prototype Modelling of Electrostatic Precipitator for Small Scale Industries. no. 3 International Journal of Environmental Pollution and Environmental Modelling, (2020), pp. 15-21.