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A NEW METHOD OF TREATMENT OF EMISSIONS INFRASONIC THERMAL ENERGY FACILITIES

Blinaeva E.V., Smailova S.S.

D.Serikbayev East Kazakhstan State Technical University, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan


Citation:

Blinaeva, E.V. and Smailova, S.S., (2013) A new method of treatment of emissions infrasonic thermal energy facilities, Modern Science: Researches, Ideas, Results, Technologies, Iss. #2(13), PP. 135 - 137.


Keywords:

infrasound exposure; cleaning dust and gas streams


Abstracts:

In the article the rationale for selecting a particular domain of research, based on government regulations, describes a method for experimental studies on the use of infrasound on the operating facility thermal power complex, given the results of experiments on the effects of low frequency sound waves in the dust-gas stream in order to reduce the concentration of harmful substances are given the equation that justify the assumption that the mechanism of reduction of pollutants in emissions from thermal energy facilities. The scientific novelty of this work lies in the fact that on the basis of the experiments is possible to develop a mathematical model of infrasound pylegazoulavlivaniya, to identify the main determinants of the degree of their influence on the final results of flue gas treatment, which will justify the need for automation of process control subsonic gas treatment.


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