Pre-treatment of dynamically varying waste gas concentrations using activated carbon prior to biofiltration: effect of cycle length on degree of load equalization

@inproceedings{Collins2007PretreatmentOD,
  title={Pre-treatment of dynamically varying waste gas concentrations using activated carbon prior to biofiltration: effect of cycle length on degree of load equalization},
  author={Kodi Collins},
  year={2007}
}
Dynamically varying waste gas concentrations pose challenges to the operation and design of air pollution control techniques such as biofilters. Although design approaches are becoming well established for biofilters treating gases containing VOC concentrations that are constant as a function of time, many industrial processes emit gas streams contaminated with volatile organic compounds at concentrations that fluctuate with time. Application of an effective load equalization technique could… CONTINUE READING

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