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Aerosols in the mining and industrial work environments

Aerosols in the mining and industrial work environments

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Published by Ann Arbor Science in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerosols -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses.,
  • Mineral industries -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses.,
  • Work environment -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Virgil A. Marple, Benjamin Y.H. Liu.
    ContributionsMarple, Virgil A., Liu, Benjamin Y. H., 1934-, International Symposium on Aerosols in the Mining and Industrial Work Environment (1981 : Minneapolis, Minn.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD884.5 .A348 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3511031M
    ISBN 100250405318
    LC Control Number82070701

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Download books for free. Find books You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other This chapter describes a personal aerosol sampler with size fractionation and time resolution that gives samples for elemental analysis. An impaction stage collects coarse particles and a filtration stage collects finer ones.

Sampling in consecutive time intervals is performed on different impaction and filtration surfaces. These sampling surfaces corresponding, for example, to min   Meters.

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An introduction to the microbiology of bioaerosols and their impact on the world in which we live The microbiology of aerosols is an emerging field of research that lies at the interface of a variety of scientific and health-related disciplines.

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Martonen TB, Lowe J () Assessment of aerosol deposition patterns in human respiratory tract casts. In: Marple VA, Liu BYH (eds) Aerosols in the mining and industrial work environments, vol 1, Fundamentals and Status.

Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor, MI, pp – Google Scholar   Human activities such as industrial production, mining, agriculture and transportation release a high amount of heavy metals to the bio sphere.

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FACTORS AFFECTING AEROSOL SAMPLING by Paul A. Baron, Ph.D., NIOSH/DART It should be noted tha t the Cecala et al. work was conducted i n the contex t of aerosol sampl ing in underground mining environments.

Here, windspeeds of the magnitude quoted are not uncommon. However, in industrial workplaces more generally, windspeeds are much :// Atmospheric aerosols have recently received attention in Korea due to the increase of fine particulate matter (PM ) in atmospheric environments, and their human health ://    Industrial emissions.

Industry is a major consumer of energy and depends mainly on fossil fuels, especially coal. The industrial/mining sector. is also a major consumer of electricity nationally. The largest industrial consumer of electricity is the mining sector, followed by the iron and steel, and non-ferrous metals industries.

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It has been a recognized, organized industry since the Bronze Age and today functions in one form or another in almost every ://Aerosols from mine sources have particle-size distributions that are determined by both the mining method and the source of the aerosol (Cantrell et al., ).A size distribution summarizing the physical characteristics of mine aerosols is shown in Fig.

(Willeke and Baron, ).The shape of the aerosol size distribution is influenced by the different sources contributing to the ://  where λ is the mean free path of the gas ( × cm for air at 20°C and 1 arm of pressure).

Equation was empirically derived to fit the entire range of values of d p /λ from the continuum to the free molecular regimes (Davies, ).

However, Equations and overestimate the particle diffusion coefficient in the nm particle diameter ://