The modelling of aerosol agglomeration processes: applications in flue-gas cleaning and nanomaterial synthesis

Kari Lehtinen

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Abstract

This paper is an overview of the author's DTech thesis "Theoretical studies on aerosol agglomeration processes". The work described in this article has been funded by LIEKKI and SIHTI research programmes, IVO Research Foundation and the Leo and Regina Wainstein Foundation. The electrical agglomeration project was carried out in co-operation between VTT and Tampere University of Technology. The nanoparticle production project was carried out in co-operation with UCLA Air Quality and Aerosol Technology Laboratory. The Aerosol Technology Group, a joint group of VTT Energy and VTT Chemical Technology, is also currently doing experimental research on nanomaterial synthesis.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)41-43
JournalVTT Energy Highlights
Publication statusPublished - 1998
MoE publication typeD1 Article in a trade journal

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