A Review on Particle Emissions from Small Scale Biomass Combustion

@article{Obaidullah2012ARO,
  title={A Review on Particle Emissions from Small Scale Biomass Combustion},
  author={Md. Obaidullah and Svend Bram and V. K. Verma and Jacques De Ruyck},
  journal={International Journal of Renewable Energy Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={147-159}
}
Combustion of biomass fuels in small scale heating appliances is an important source of particle emissions. Majority of the particles is less than 1 µm (micrometer) and emitted directly to the ambient air from the combustion devices . There is a growing concern worldwide about particle emissions from biomass combustion. This review paper has been conducted based on the research articles published in the journals, conference proceedings, and technical reports from the research institutions… 

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