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Alternative mains frequency energisation systems

Alternative mains frequency energisation systems

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Although the majority of existing operational single-stage precipitators use full wave mains rectification for energisation, there is a growing trend to adopt other means of energisation to overcome the deleterious effects of reverse ionisation when handling high resistivity dusts, and/or to optimise power consumption on large installations. These alternative systems are reviewed in this chapter.

Inspec keywords: electrostatic precipitators; rectification

Other keywords: large installations; alternative mains frequency energisation systems; full wave mains rectification; operational single-stage precipitators; reverse ionisation; high resistivity dusts; power consumption

Subjects: Electrostatic devices

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