Hygroscopic Behavior of Aerosol Particles Emitted from Biomass Fired Grate Boilers

@inproceedings{Rissler2005HygroscopicBO,
  title={Hygroscopic Behavior of Aerosol Particles Emitted from Biomass Fired Grate Boilers},
  author={Jenny Rissler and Joakim Pagels and Erik Swietlicki and Aneta Wierzbicka and Michael Strand and Lena Lillieblad and Mehri Sanati and Mats Bohgard},
  year={2005}
}
This study focuses on the hygroscopic properties of submicrometer aerosol particles emitted from two small-scale district heating combustion plants (1 and 1.5 MW) burning two types of biomass fuels (moist forest residue and pellets). The hygroscopic particle diameter growth factor (Gf) was measured when taken from a dehydrated to a humidified state for particle diameters between 30 350 nm (dry size) using a Hygroscopic Tandem Differential Mobility Analyzer (H-TDMA). Particles of a certain dry… CONTINUE READING

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