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Electrostatic scavenging of submicron particles aided by the hydrodynamic effect of particle vibration

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A particle of a few micrometers in diameter with a high electrostatic charge is strongly vibrated to induce a secondary flow around the particle. The flow blows the submicron particles into a region close to the charged particle, where the electrostatic gradient force becomes strong enough to adsorb the submicron particles on to the charged particle. The experimental results show that the agglomeration rate is greatly enhanced by the complementary use of the electrostatic and the hydrodynamic effects. In this paper, a fundamental consideration on the electrostatic agglomeration is also presented in combination with the concept of agglomeration volume in the acoustic agglomeration.

Affiliations: 1: Division of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University, N13 W8, Sapporo 060, Japan; 2: Department of Electrical Engineering, Hokkaido Institute of Technology, 7 Jyo 15 Choume, Teine-ku, Sapporo 006, Japan


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