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Influence of Environment Conditions on Ultrasonic and Electrostatic Precipitation of Aerosols of Wood Flour
The risk of human exposure to finely-dispersed aerosol particles being airborne indoors is determined by the size and the number concentration of particles, the intensity of an aerosol emission source, the air filtration and ventilation efficiency, etc. The emphasis in this article is on behaviour patterns of aerosol particles when exposed to ultrasonic and electrostatic fields in different conditions of air temperature and relative humidity. Wood flour having sizes of interest (characteristicdoi:10.24425/aoa.2019.129739 fatcat:4j4soxrdjndujp3x6u5jg6s6hu