Effects of dusty gas parameter change within an electrical filter on the degree of cleaning
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The following parameters are varied: amount of trapped dust, dust grain size composition, specific resistivity of dust layer, gas volume to be cleaned, and dust cohesion.
KeywordsDust Active Zone Size Composition Specific Resistivity Dust Layer
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