2 edition of High altitude testing of residential wood-fired combustion equipment found in the catalog.
High altitude testing of residential wood-fired combustion equipment
J. A. Peters
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||J.A. Peters and D.G. DeAngelis.|
|Contributions||DeAngelis, D. G., Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. :|
High Moisture (30% MC) produced low CO, high PM and high VOC. The purpose was to "Study hazardous emissions from residential wood combustion devices in order to provide information for reducing the amount of particulates, VOCs and dioxins and furans and update database of the current contribution of residential appliances to Canadian air sheds.". Olesen, H.R., Wåhlin, P. & Illerup, J.B. Contribution to air pollution from residential wood combustion. Results from the Wooduse project. National Environmental Research Institute, Aarhus University. 71 pp. - NERI Technical Report no. Summary. This report is based on results from the research project WOODUSE.
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Get this from a library. High altitude testing of residential wood-fired combustion equipment. [J A Peters; D G DeAngelis; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)]. Data for high altitude combustion were collected and compared with data from a previous study using the same model stove and the same conditions at low altitude [EPA/].
There was n.s.d. in particulate or CO emissions. A possible explanation is given for results obtained in a study by PEDCo-Environmental Inc. in Vail, Colorado, in which high altitude combustion apparently led to Author: J.
Peters, D. DeAngelis. The staff at Auburn provided technical assistance in setting up and carrying out this program, provided combustion units and supporting material, and conducted thermal efficiency tests paral- lel to emission testing.
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