Emission Status and Control Technology of UFPs in Chinese Coal-Fired Power Plants

The atmospheric particles, especially ultra fine particulate matter PM2.5 will produce great harm on human health and the environment. Coal-fired power plants is an important fine particulate matter emission source.This paper describes the status of coal-fired power plants emissions of ultra fine particles,and highlights for the coal-fired power plant emissions of fine particulate matter control technologies, including traditional wet desulphurization facilities, plus ESP dust, mixed dust control technology, .... 

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Tags: CNKI, China, China_National_Knowledge_Infrastructure, PM2.5, UFPs, coal, emission_control_technology, power_plants, ultra_fine_particulates


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