Aerosol Science and Technology / Edition 1by Parker C. Reist
Pub. Date: 09/01/1992
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Featuring the latest research findings and applications,this expert guide covers the fundamentals and advanced principles of aerosol technology,and provides useful problem-solving techniques in air pollution,public health,and industrial hygiene. This second edition is completely revised and expanded and features new chapters on: explosive dusts; biological aerosols; fibers as aerosols; the design and operation of aerosol clean rooms; pharmaceutical aerosols; and atmospheric aerosols. New figures,tables,and illustrations,plus numerous case studies from industry and manufacturing environments are included.
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Table of Contents
Particle Size Distribution.
Macroscopic Fluid Properties.
Viscous Motion, Stokes Law.
Particle Kinetics - Settling, Acceleration, Deceleration.
Particle Kinetics--Impaction, Centrifugation, Respirable Sampling, Isokinetic Sampling.
Brownian Motion and Simple Diffusion.
Aerosol Charging Mechanisms.
Electrostatic Controlled Aerosol Kinetics.
Condensation and Evaporation Phenomena in Aerosols.
Evaporation and Growth.
Optical Properties - Extinction.
Optical Properties - Angular Scattering.
Coagulation of Particles.
Fibers as Aerosols.
Aerosol Clean Rooms - Design and Operation.
Atomospheric Aerosols; References.
Appendices: A: Corrected Sedimentation Velocities - Unit Density Spheres B: Stokes Law.
C: Error Function D: Electrical Units.
E: Adiabatic Expansion.
F: Psychrometric Chart.
G: Bessel Functions Order 1.
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