The Engineer's Clean Air Handbook is written for engineers but in a language which should be understandable to anyone who may be directly involved in or concerned about atmospheric contamination. It concentrates on achieving clean air and on the more general aspects of pollution. The book begins with the description and make-up of the atmosphere, the size and nature of the atmospheric content, sources of contamination, and risk assessment from atmospheric contamination. Subsequent sections focus on air filters and filtration systems, instrumentation for monitoring and control of atmospheric contamination, ventilation and the quality of breathing air, and the relationship of atmospheric contamination and health. Environmentalists, engineers, and ecologists will find the book useful.... 8.0 | 20 | 40 |60 | 100 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.8 2.0 4.0 6.0 10 30 50 80 Friction (Pa/m) Figure D.5.3 Sizing chart for ventilation ducts. ... Data Calculations, Butterworths, London) design can be obtained from the Industrial ventilation manual issued.
|Title||:||The Engineer's Clean Air Handbook|
|Author||:||P. D. Osborn|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2013-10-22|