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Mechanical features impacting on electrical operation

Mechanical features impacting on electrical operation

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This chapter presents the design and operation of an electrostatic precipitator. It discusses the production of ions, discharge electrode and its spacing, collector electrodes, precipitator sectionalism, high tension insulators, electrical clearances, deposit removal from the collector and discharge systems, hopper dust removal, and the reentrainment from hoppers.

Inspec keywords: electrostatic precipitators; dust; ions; electrodes

Other keywords: high tension insulator; hopper dust removal; discharge electrode; precipitator sectionalism; mechanical feature; electrostatic precipitator; electrical clearance; collector electrodes; discharge system; collector system; ion production; hopper reentrainment; deposit removal

Subjects: Electrostatic devices

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