Size distribution of fine particles in stack emissions of a 600-MWe coal-fired power plant

Abstract : Monitoring emissions of particles with a diameter smaller than 10 µm (PM10) has become of growing interest. However, measuring such particles is rather difficult. It appears as a result necessary to develop and assess measurement methods for the monitoring of PM10 from stack and fugitive emissions. The aim of the GAEC program [Granulométrie des Aérosols dans les Emissions Canalisées: Aerosol size distribution from stack emissions] is double: to develop monitoring methods and improve knowledge on fine particulate stack emissions. Three institutes were involved in the program: Séchaud Environnement (formerly LECES), INERIS and CERTAM. This paper presents the mains results of the evaluation of a cascade impactor (Johnas), aerosol size distribution measurement techniques (ELPI Dekati, FPS, SMPS TSI) applied on size characterization of fine particulate matter in stack emissions of a 600-MWe coal-fired power plant.
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Isaline Fraboulet, Frantz Gouriou, A. Ungar, Eric Joos, X. Chaucherie, et al.. Size distribution of fine particles in stack emissions of a 600-MWe coal-fired power plant. 8. International Conference on emissions monitoring, Sep 2007, Zurich, Switzerland. pp.51-56. ⟨ineris-00973267⟩

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