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Principles of electrostatic precipitator and factors affecting

Keywords: Electrostatic precipitator, V-I character, Function . 0B1 INTRODUCTION . V-I character is one of the most important factors affecting collection efficiency, while electrodes are the key component of ESP. Reasonable electrodes-arrangement is the precondition for

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