Application of Acoustics in Air Pollution Problems

by Joseph C. F. Chow,

Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1964, Vol. 90, Issue 4, Pg. 59-78

Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract: An analysis is made of the displacement and attenuation in a acoustic field with suspended particles to provide the theoretical basis of the experimental determination of the size and concentration of the particles in air pollution. The theory is valid for a particle larger than the mean free path of both components of the mixture and is compared favorably with the existing experimental data. The result shows that a pollution counter could be designed using acoustic properties.

Subject Headings: Air pollution | Particle pollution | Particle size distribution | Displacement (mechanics) | Acoustic techniques | Particles | Mixtures

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