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AU Air Pollution Control Sem VIII - Elective
Unit 5 : Control of air pollution(Removal of pollutants - particulate and gaseous - Air pollution control equipments (units) such as setting chamber, cyclones, wet scrubbers/collectors, scrubbers, centrifugal scrubbers spary towers, packed beds, electrostatic precipitators, after burners-absorption - adsorption - Diffusion)
1. Air Pollution Control-Particulate matter ll(Environmental Technology) Total View (208)
 
Air filters are very efficient units for the separation of fine particles. Indeed, their efficiency of separation is almost 100%, if they are properly designed and operated. If we have to make the stringent requirements of legislation with respect to particulate emissions, then, more often than not, we will have to make use of these devices.
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution Modelling and Control
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18

2. Air Pollution Control: Volatile Organic Compounds(VOCs)(Environmental Technology) Total View (208)
 
We will discuss the air pollution control aspects of the volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are the second most widespread and diverse class of air pollutants. VOCs can be toxic by themselves or they can form explosive mixtures with air or oxygen, and they remain in the atmosphere for a long period of time. Further, they contribute to the formation of photochemical compounds (which are ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution Modelling and Control
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 23
Price: Rs 17.25

3. Air Pollution Control: Sulphur Dioxide and Oxides of Nitrogen(Environmental Technology) Total View (208)
 
We will examine the air pollution control aspects of other two important air pollutants, viz., sulphur dioxide (SO2) and oxides of nitrogen. Sulphur dioxide is formed when a material containing sulphur is burnt and oxides of nitrogen are formed when the bound nitrogen in the material or the nitrogen in the combustion air combines with oxygen at the high temperature of combustion. Note that the hig ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution Modelling and Control
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 21
Price: Rs 15.75

4. Air Pollution Control-particulate Matter l(Environmental Technology) Total View (204)
 
In Unit 7, we will discuss the sources of particulate pollution and particle dynamics, i.e., the motion of particulates under gravity, centrifugal force and electrostatic field. We will then discuss three particulate separating equipment - gravity settling chambers, cyclone separators and electrostatic separators - with illustrations.
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution Modelling and Control
Published on: 28/10/14
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18

5. INTRODUCTION(Civil Enginnering) Total View (1)
 
Air pollution is the excessive concentration of foreign matter in the air which adversely affects the well being of the individual or causes damage to property.
Title: AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL
Published on: 31/10/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 0

6. Air Pollution Impact(Environmental Technology) Total View (231)
 
Unit 3, we will discuss the measurement of ambient air quality/pollution, i.e., measurement of the quality of the air we breathe and that of the gases coming out of industries. We will begin the Unit by discussing the need for sampling of the air to measure its quality and in this context will touch upon some sampling devices. We will then discuss sample collection and analytical methods for gase ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution: Impact and Prevention
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 25
Price: Rs 18.75

7. INTRODUCTION(Civil Enginnering) Total View (0)
 
Air pollution is the excessive concentration of foreign matter in the air which adversely affects the well being of the individual or causes damage to property.
Title: Air Polution and Control
Published on: 30/10/18
Author:
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Pages: 27
Price: Rs 0

8. Pollution, Different Types: Water, Soil, Air Pollution with Reference to Industrial, Thermal, Organic and Inorganic Pollutants. Bioremediation, Phytoremediation and Biomining (Environmental Biology)(Zoology) Total View (1278)
 
Pollution, types of pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, air pollution, bioremediation, phytoremediation, biomining, thiobacillus ferooxidans.
Title: Zoology Volume VI
Published on: 07/04/14
Author: Vimala C M
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18

9. Pollution, Different Types: Water, Soil, Air Pollution with Reference to Industrial, Thermal, Organic and Inorganic Pollutants. Bioremediation, Phytoremediation and Biomining (Environmental Biology)(Zoology) Total View (7833)
 
Pollution, types of pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, air pollution, bioremediation, phytoremediation, biomining, thiobacillus ferooxidans,
Title: Zoology Volume VI
Published on: 09/04/14
Author: Vimala C M
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 18

10. Enviranmental Pollution and Global Environmental Issues(Environmental Studies ) Total View (0)
 
Any substance present in the environment in harmful concentration, which adversely alters the environment by damaging the growth rate of a species and by interfering with the food chains, is toxic and affects the health, comfort and property etc. is considered as a pollutant. Smoke from industries and automobiles, domestic and commercial sewage, radioactive substances from nuclear plants and d ......
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Chetan R
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 19.5

11. Impact, Legislation and Standards(Environmental Technology) Total View (229)
 
In Unit 1, we discussed the natural and anthropogenic sources of pollution. In the present Unit (i.e., Unit 2) we will explain the environmental effects of air pollution. We will first consider the environmental effects of air pollution at personal, local, regional, continental and global levels.
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution: Impact and Prevention
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 26
Price: Rs 19.5

12. Air and Water Pollutio.(Zoology) Total View (1)
 
A brief Exam oriented notes on Air and Water Pollution
Title: Ecology and Wildlife
Published on: 13/08/19
Author:
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Pages: 6
Price: Rs 3.3

13. Introduction to Air Pollution(Environmental Technology) Total View (231)
 
Air pollution refers to the undesirable materials in the atmosphere that are either injurious to the health of living organisms or/and otherwise harmful to the materials. The pollutants are carried by winds from one place to another, washed down by rain and settled or converted into other products by atmospheric reactions.
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution: Impact and Prevention
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 24
Price: Rs 0

14. Pollution Control and Waster Management(Environmental Studies ) Total View (0)
 
Air pollution - Air pollution may be defi ned as the presence of one or more contaminants like dust, mist, smoke and colour in the atmosphere that are injurious human beings, plants and animals.
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 03/04/18
Author: Chetan R
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 41
Price: Rs 26.65

15. Surface Chemistry(Engineering Chemistry ) Total View (0)
 
The phenomenon of accumulation of one substance on the surface of other substance is called adsorption. This process creates a film of one substance on the surface of other substance. This process differs from absorption, in which a one substance is dissolved in another substance. Note that adsorption is a surface-based process while absorption involves the whole volume of the material. The te ......
Title: University Chemistry Vol - III
Published on: 29/03/18
Author: K K Padmanabha
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 20
Price: Rs 13

16. Steam Power Plant(Energy Engineering ) Total View (55)
 
In the present scenario, the electricity has become an essential commodity rather than luxury. Thermal power plant will become important in the areas where hydro sources are not adequate.
Title: Energy Engineering
Published on: 13/11/14
Author: Math M C
Publisher: Subhas Stores
Pages: 58
Price: Rs 0

17. MODULE- IV ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND WATER CHEMISTRY(Engineering Chemistry ) Total View (13)
 
This Chapter covers the entire 2018-19 VTU Engineering chemistry syllabus and also the syllabus of Autonomous engineering colleges and Deemed Universities. For the benefit of students, at the end of this chapter all possible questions and answers are given.
Title: BASUCHANDRAS ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
Published on: 20/08/19
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 78
Price: Rs 23.4

18. METEOROLOGY AND AIR POLLUTION(Civil Enginnering) Total View (3)
 
The degree, to which all pollutants discharged from various sources concentrate in a particular area, depends largely on meteorological conditions.
Title: AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL
Published on: 31/10/18
Author:
Publisher:
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 9.5

19. Module 1(Elements of Mechanical Engineering ) Total View (20)
 
Energy Resources, Steam Boilers, Steam Formation and Properties.
Title: Elements of Mechanical Engineering
Published on: 08/11/16
Author: Deepak C and Ravi Kumar T
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 30
Price: Rs 0

20. Energy Engineering Added(Energy Engineering ) Total View (12)
 
Solved Questions
Title: Energy Engineering. Questions Solved
Published on: 05/01/17
Author: Santhosh S Gaidhankar
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 48
Price: Rs 26.4

21. Advanced Chapter-1 Industrial Activities Contribute to Climate Change(Environmental Studies ) Total View (1)
 
The burning of coal, oil, and natural gas, as well as deforestation and various agricultural and industrial practices, are altering the composition of the atmosphere and contributing to climate change. These human activities have led to increased atmospheric concentrations of a number of greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and ozone in the ......
Title: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Published on: 26/10/17
Author: Maruthesha Reddy MT
Publisher: Interlinepublishing
Pages: 9
Price: Rs 5.4

22. Steam, Diesel and Gas Turbine Power Plants(Power Generation and Economics) Total View (9)
 
 Introduction,  Efficiency of steam plants  Merits and demerits of plants,  Selection of site.  Working of steam plant,  Power plant equipment and layout,  Steam turbines, Fuels and fuel handling,  Fuel combustion and combustion equipment,  Coal burners, Fluidized bed combustion, Combustion control, Ash handling, Dust ......
Title: Power Generation and Economics
Published on: 01/06/17
Author: Praveen B.R
Publisher: Saividya Institute of technology
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 7.15

23. Waste Water Disposal on Land: Land Application(Environmental Technology) Total View (233)
 
In this Unit, we will discuss some of the areas of land application of wastewater in terms of wetland either naturally occurring or artificially constructed, along with their advantages and disadvantages. Other land based treatment such as septic tank, lagooning, etc., have also been discussed in the Unit with a view to examine the potential of these techniques. We will also discuss land applicati ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Waste Water Reuse and Disposal
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 32
Price: Rs 24

24. Environmental Systems(Environmental Science and Technology) Total View (378)
 
Environmental systems maintain a finite capacity for assimilating stress, establishing a threshold level beyond which additional stress results in a marked decrease in the system's performance andlo r an adaptive change in the system's struc ture, A more useful index of I environmental sustainability is ' ecosystem resilience", One way of thinking about resilience is to focus on ecosystemdynamics ......
Title: MSc Tech 204 Environmental Pollution and its Prevention
Published on: 21/08/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 14
Price: Rs 10.5

25. Waste Water Treatment: Physical and Chemical Processes(Environmental Technology) Total View (234)
 
In this Unit, we shall study the wastewater treatment methodologies employing physico-chemical methods. As we are aware wastewater from domestic as well as industries are discharged into rivers, estuaries seawater etc. leading to water pollution. To obviate water pollution problems, wastewater should be treated to meet the standards set by authorities. The various treatment methods to be used depe ......
Title: Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Water Resources and Waste Water Treatment
Published on: 10/12/13
Author: KSOU
Publisher: Karnataka State Open University
Pages: 29
Price: Rs 21.75



 
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