Ufj tooo a329 lbday

The amount of ash collected in the ESP is (329 lb day) (1 - 0.995 collected) 65,800 lb day 2. The amount of mercury leaving the stack with the fly ash is (329 lb ash day)(2.42 x 10 6 gHg gash) 7.96 x 10 4lbHg day The amount of mercury leaving the stack as vapor is OxlO gHgN 20,000 dscf 60min 24h 244 8 V dscm J lmin V35.3 ft3 V h A day Total mercury leaving the stack 244.8 + 0.361 Two hospital wastes are received and stored in separate tanks at an incineration facility. The first, a sludge with...

Nog lnOiv2

Where y, and y2 represent inlet and outlet concentrations, respectively. Since it is reasonable to assume the scrubbing medium to be water or a solvent that effectively has the physical and chemical properties of water, H0G can be assigned values usually encountered for water systems. These are given in the following table For plastic packing, the liquid and gas flowrates are both typically in the range of 1500-2000 lb (h ft2) of cross-sectional area. Note The flow rates are more properly...

L

Types of forcing functions. definition of the Laplace transform, and integrating between the limits 0 to T, ultimately yields Consider an impulse function. The impulse function is also known as a Dirac delta function and is represented by S(t). The function has a magnitude oo and an area equal to unity at time t 0. The Laplace transform of an impulse function is obtained by taking the limit of a pulse function of unit area as t 0. Thus, the area of pulse function HT 1. The Laplace...

11 Process Control CTR

A heavy oil is heated by condensing steam in a shell-and-tube heat exchanger. Which sketch in Figure 34 contains a feedback control loop that will deliver the oil at the proper temperature by adjusting the amount of steam going to the exchanger Note that TRC temperature recorder and controller. A control system or scheme is characterized by an output variable (e.g., temperature, pressure, liquid level, etc.) that is automatically controlled through the manipulation of inputs (input variables)....

40 Ultimate Disposal ULT

Solution Ultimate disposal is described by many as the final process in the treatment and management of wastes. The term ultimate disposal methods was coined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and originally assigned to the four processes listed below. More recently, one of the co-authors of this book (L. Theodore) has added atmospheric dispersion to this list. The top four practices are addressed in the next problem (ULT.2). Dispersion is...

28 Hospital Medical Waste MED

MED.l CLASSIFICATION OF MEDICAL WASTE 1. Describe the difference between a medical waste and an infectious waste. 2. Identify the seven classes of regulated medical wastes. 3. By what means are hospital waste disposed 4. What steps can be taken by hospital operations to minimize occupational hazards, contamination, and infection 1. A medical waste is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of human beings or animals. A medical waste can be infectious or...

Domestic Applications

The following toxic compounds are often found in a domestic household. What are their structural and molecular formulas DOM.2 PROMOTING LOCAL POLLUTION PREVENTION Discuss activities a local government can undertake to promote pollution prevention. Solution Local governments can carry out the following types of activities to promote pollution prevention 1. Educational programs to raise awareness in both local businesses and the community of the need to conserve resources and reduce waste and...

Gm QUA

Determine the total volumetric flowrate through the afterburner, qT, by first calculating the volumetric flowrate of the combustion products of the natural gas, qu in scfm (j j scf combustion products scf natural gas Also note that the volumetric flowrate of the effluent is 7000 scfm. The volumetric flowrate of air required to combust the natural gas required, q2, in scfm is Calculate the total volumetric flowrate through the afterburner, qT, in scfm. Since primary air is employed in the...

35 Sludge Handling SLU

Identify two types of sludges and three classes of sludge generated by wastewater treatment processes. Primary settled or settleable sludge consists of thickened material that is generated in a primary sedimentation tank. Primary settled sludge is readily dewaterable and can be further thickened for wastewater volume reduction. The second type is the biological and chemical sludges produced in secondary and biological treatment processes. These sludges contain a significant level of biological...

2 14x1

0.00227 C W The outside convection resistance is The total thermal resistance is the sum of the above three resistances. Rtot 0.0909 + 0.00227 + 0.111 0.204 C W The overall heat transfer coefficient may now be calculated HTR.5 INCINERATOR WALL TEMPERATURE PROFILE HTR.5 INCINERATOR WALL TEMPERATURE PROFILE A flat incinerator wall with a surface area of 480 ft2 consists of 6 in. of firebrick with a thermal conductivity of 0.61 Btu (h ft F) and an 8-in. outer layer of rock wool insulation with a...

6400trucksf75mleSV 12000000 truck mile

Because trucking costs alone are 12 million, stabilization is certainly more cost effective. Advantages of landfilling Landfilling permits the actual reclamation of the contaminated land at the Ruocco and Theodore company site and eliminates one site from the national inventory of contaminated sites. Disadvantages of landfilling Valuable landfill space is being used by soils amenable to other treatment, precluding the use of that space by wastes better suited for landfill. SUP.9 CHOICE OF AN...

T

Since P( X - 10 < c) 0.90, the value of c must be such that P(0 < Z < c 2) 0.45. Therefore (from the standard normal table provided in Problem NUC.9, Chapter 24) According to state regulations, three thermometers (A, B, C) are positioned near the outlet of an afterburner. Assume that the individual thermometer component lifetimes are normally distributed with means and standard deviations given in the following table Using the following random numbers from 0 to 1, simulate the lifetime...

Johnstone Method Of Calculating Particle Efficiency

The Calvert equation significantly underpredicts the pressure drop at low values of R. Note that this equation fails when R is zero. A consulting firm has been requested to calculate the throat area of a venturi scrubber to operate at a specified collection efficiency. To achieve high collection efficiency of particulates by impaction, a small droplet diameter and high relative velocity between the particle and droplet are required. In a venturi scrubber this is often accomplished by...

38 Recycle Reuse RCY

Describe why waste recycle is a viable option in a pollution control strategy. Solution Recycling or reuse can take two forms preconsumer and postconsumer applications. Preconsumer recycling involves raw materials, products, and by-products that have not reached a consumer for an intended end use but are typically reused within an original process. Postconsumer recycled materials are those that have served their intended end use by a business, consumer, or institutional source and have been...

Solid Waste

24 Nuclear Radioactive Waste (NUC) 27 Hazardous Waste Incineration (HWI) 28 Hospital Medical Waste (MED) Describe the objectives of the Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965. The objectives of the Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965 were Promote proper solid waste management and recycling practices. Provide technical and financial assistance to municipalities to plan and implement solid waste management programs. Create a national research and development program for improved solid waste management...

Ac macpb

Calculate the face area of the bed, Aac 10. Calculate the bed height, Z. 11. Estimate the pressure drop from the graph in Figure 84 or a suitable equation. 12. Set the L D (length-to-diameter) ratio. Calculate L and D, noting that Constraints L < 30 ft, D < 10 ft L D of 3 to 4 acceptable if v < 30ft min 13. Design (structurally) to handle if filled with water. 14. Consider designing vertically if q < 2500 actual cubic feet per minute (acfm). Consider designing horizontally if q > 7500...

21 Adsorption ADS

Adsorption is a mass transfer process in which gas molecules are removed from an airstream because they adhere to the surface of a solid. In an adsorption system, the contaminated airstream is passed through a layer of solid particles referred to as the adsorbent bed. As the contaminated airstream passes through the adsorbent bed, the pollutant molecules adsorb or stick to the surface of the solid adsorbent particles. Eventually the adsorbent bed becomes filled or saturated with the pollutant....

Ya2 yb2 b2

ABS.9 DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR AN ABSORPTION COLUMN Figure 79. (continued) Answers to Problem ABS.8. ABS.9 DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR AN ABSORPTION COLUMN Provide a general design procedure for an absorption column. The general design procedure consists of a number of steps that have to be taken into consideration. These include 3. Estimation of operating data (usually consisting of a mass and energy balance, where the energy balance decides whether the absorption...

Y i 72 yn

The upper flammability limit of the mixture in percent can be calculated using the equation for the UFL of a multicomponent system There are two equations and two unknowns. One may solve the lower flammability equation in terms of y2 and use it to solve the upper flammability equation for 2-113 + 15J+T 8 y2 88.90- 1.94 3 Substituting into the lower flammability equation leads to 31.92 + 0.16 3 19.8 0.198 y2 50.2 0.502 Note that the LEL and UEL, where E means explosive, are terms equivalent to...

46 Hazard Risk Assessment HZR

Solvent vapor emissions from a coating operation are diluted with air to bring the solvent concentrations below the lower explosive level. As a pollution prevention measure you are asked to consider nitrogen as an alternative for air to transport the solvent vapor. What are the advantages of the nitrogen system over the air system Nitrogen-based systems are much safer from an explosion point of view than conventional air systems. A nitrogen system can be built as a self-contained closed system....

E2e4e3

For a given conversion efficiency, C, E4 is calculated from Equation (2). Then S2 is determined from Equation (1), and finally 3 is determined from Equation (3). The solutions for 40, 50, 60, and 70 conversion efficiency are summarized in the table below. Note that P , P2, P3 and PA can be calculated from the equation With the ethylene yield expression given in the problem statement, the net yield and ratio of total flow from the reactor, S2, to net ethylene yield are calculated below as a...

5 Stoichiometry STC

The reaction equation (not balanced) for the combustion of butane is shown below. Determine the mole ratio of reactants to products. A chemical equation provides a variety of qualitative and quantitative information essential for the calculation of the quantity of reactants reacted and products formed in a chemical process. The balanced chemical equation must have the same number of atoms of each type in the reactants and products. Thus the balanced equation for butane is Number of carbons in...

JPrpm d j

Fans are usually classified as either the centrifugal or the axial-flow type. In centrifugal fans, the gas is introduced into the center of the revolving wheel (the eye) and discharges at right angles to the rotating blades. In axial-flow fans, the gas moves directly (forward) through the axis of rotation of the fan blades. Both are used in industry, but it is the centrifugal fan that is important at process facilities. Generally, centrifugal fans are easier to control, more robust in...

K

(1 86 x 1Q-4 (32.2) (1.96X62.4) - 0.0741 (0.0741)(62.4) V (1.23 x 10-5)2 J Therefore, for the smaller particle size, Stokes' law is valid and dpS 1.86 x 104 ft. For the larger particle size, _ (18)(1.23 x 10 s)(2.200) '5 pL _ V (32.2X1.96X62.4) K (3 52 x 10-4) (32-2) ( 1.96)(62.4) - 0.0741 (0.0741) 1 3 Since 3.3 < 4.39, Stokes' law is invalid for the larger particles. Assuming the intermediate range applies, ,l l4_ y V'29 (2.200X1.23 x 10-5) -43(0.0741) -29 (0.153) g071p0-71 (0.153)(32.2)...

37 Source Reduction RED

Define and discuss the differences among the following terms 1. Pollution Prevention Pollution prevention refers to the reduction or prevention of pollutant generation at the source. This concept was first defined as waste minimization, but waste minimization can refer to methods that reduce the volume of waste after it is generated. In contrast, pollution prevention implies prevention of waste before it is generated. 2. Pollution Control Pollution control refers to downstream reduction of...

45 Hazard Risk Analysis HZA

Discuss the key features of hazard risk assessment. Also discuss the differences between hazard and health risk assessment. Hazard risk assessment, among other things, involves the identification of a potential hazard. Hazard risk assessment can also include the process of assessing the likelihood and severity of a hazardous material release from a particular location, developing designs and procedures to minimize the chance of a release, and developing plans to respond to a release. Proper...

50 Economics ECO

The rinse water from a chrome plating operation has an average total chromium concentration (as Cr) of 20mg L 450,000 gal yr of this rinsewater is generated as a process wastewater. What is the value of the chromium ( yr) as chromic acid (H2Cr04) if it is recovered from the rinse water. Chromic acid costs 3.75 lb. The value of the chromic acid is equal to the product of the concentration, flowrate, cost, and stoichiometric ratio. Since one mole of H2Cr04 produces one mole of Cr, the...

8 Mass Transfer Operations MTO

Using the vapor-liquid equilibrium (VLE) data for the ethanol-water system provided in the following table, generate a Txy diagram. What are the liquid and vapor mole fractions of water if the liquid mixture is 30 mol ethanol Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium at 1 atm (mole fractions) Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium at 1 atm (mole fractions) The Txy diagram is plotted in Figure 23. The top curve ( v vs. T) represents saturated vapor and the bottom curve (x vs. T) is saturated liquid. From the diagram, when x...

26 Municipal Waste MUN

Provide answers to the following questions 1. What are some reasons given for the opposition to the construction of new municipal landfills 2. Identify several restrictions with respect to location of a new municipal landfill. 3. Identify several restrictions with respect to operations of a new municipal landfill. 4. What is the most significant resistance to the development of a recycling program 1. Public opposition to new landfills as displayed by the not in my backyard attitude can be...

49 Noise Pollution NOP

Describe the general subject of noise pollution. An estimated 20 million Americans are exposed to noise that poses a threat to their hearing. Everyone at some time or another has experienced the effects of noise pollution. Many people are unaware that the sounds that cause them so much annoyance may also be affecting their hearing. Hearing loss is one of the most serious health threats as a result of noise pollution. Noise pollution is traditionally not placed among the top environmental...

19 Combustion CMB

CMB.l DESCRIPTION OF COMBUSTION EQUIPMENT Briefly describe some of the terms used to describe combustion equipment. Afterburning is the most common term used to describe the combustion process employed to control gaseous emissions. The term afterburner is appropriate only to describe a thermal oxidizer used to control gases coming from a process where combustion was not complete. Incinerators are used to combust solid, liquid, and gaseous materials when used in this handbook, the term...

13 Fluid Particle Dynamics FPD

FPD.l CHECK FOR EMISSION STANDARDS COMPLIANCE As a consulting engineer, you have been contracted to modify an existing control device used in fly ash removal. The federal standards for emissions have been changed to a total numbers basis. Determine if the unit will meet an effluent standard of 105 7 particles acf. Data for the unit are given below. Average particle size, dp 10 pm assume constant Particle specific gravity 2.3 Inlet loading 3.0 gr ft3 Efficiency (mass basis), E 99 1.881 x 10 8 gr...

Qc 115

The cross-sectional area of the combustion device is given by 7. The residence time of gases in the combustion chamber may be calculated from where t is the residence time (s), V is the chamber volume (ft3), and qT is the gas volumetric flowrate at combustion conditions in the chamber (acfs). Adjustments to both the gas volumetric flowrate and fuel rate must be performed if secondary (from process gas stream) air rather than primary (outside) air is added for combustion. CMB.7 CALCULATIONS ON...

P 357p

The Langmuir equation appears to fit the data better. Regressing the data for both equations and generating regression coefficients are left as exercises for the reader. ADS.5 BREAKTHROUGH AND WORKING CAPACITIES Calculate both the breakthrough capacity and the working capacity of an adsorption bed given the saturation (equilibrium) capacity (SAT), mass transfer zone (MTZ), and HEEL data provided below SAT 39 0.39 lb solvent lb adsorbent HEEL 2.5 0.025 lb solvent lb adsorbent Solution The...

41 Energy Conservation ENC

ENC.l POWER GENERATION AND ITS IMPACT Even with an aggressive energy conservation program, the growing population will continue to demand increasing amounts of electricity. Identify and describe the environmental impacts, both positive and negative, of the two means of power generation coal-fired steam boilers and nuclear power. The following answer itemizes the positive and negative aspects of each of the two energy generation methods from the standpoint of their impact on the environment. A...

Nuclear Radioactive Waste NUC

NUC.l CLASSIFICATION OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES Provide answers to the following questions 1. What is a radioactive waste 2. What are the different categories of radioactive wastes 3. Identify at least three sources of radioactive wastes. 4. Describe methods by which the volume of radioactive waste may be minimized. 1. Radioactive wastes are waste materials that consist of unstable isotopes. Over time, the materials decay to a more stable form (or element) emitting potentially harmful energy in the...

36 Water Quality Analysis WQA

Identify materials that can affect the chemical quality of a municipal wastewater. 2. What are the four types of microorganisms that can affect water quality 3. Define eutrophication. What environmental factors affect the extent of eutrophication 4. How has the use of mathematical models for predicting dispersion of compounds in water systems developed after 1900 5. Identify three water systems, in the order of increasing complexity, that are commonly modeled for water quality analysis. What...

31 Water Chemistry WCH

Briefly describe each of the following concentration terms There are various ways of expressing the concentration of a solution containing a solute (dissolved) in a solvent, e.g., a pollutant in a water (wastewater) stream. Solutions may be either dilute or concentrated. When a solution contains a relatively small quantity of the solute, it is dilute when the amount of solute is large, the solution is said to be concentrated. The precise quantity of solute contained in a given amount of...

4 Dispersion DSP

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of employing atmospheric dispersion as an ultimate disposal method of waste gases. 1. Dispersion of the waste gases leads to the dilution of the pollutants in the atmosphere. Self-purification mechanisms of atmospheric air also assists the process. 2. Tall stacks emit gas into the upper layer of the atmosphere and lower the ground concentration of the pollutants. 3. The method is commonly used, cheap and easily applicable. 4. By selecting the proper...

Mout minlEm

The mass flowrate out, mouV for an E of 95 is 2. The mass flowrate out, mout, for an E of 99 is 3. The mass flowrate out, wout, for an E of 99.9 is 4. The mass flowrate out, wout, for an E of 99.99 is mout 100(1 -99.99 100) 0.01 lb h 5. The mass flowrate out, moat, for an E of 99.9999 is < ut 100(1 -99.9999 100) 0.0001 lb h The carbon monoxide (CO) concentration in the stack from a solid hazardous waste treatment facility is measured at 20ppmv at a temperature of 175 F. The oxygen...

43 Toxicology TOX

Toxicology is the science dealing with the effects, conditions, and detection of toxic substances or poisons. Six primary factors affect human response to toxic substances or poisons. These are detailed below 1. The chemical itself Some chemicals produce immediate and dramatic biological effects, whereas others produce no observable effects or produce delayed effects. 2. The type of contact Certain chemicals appear harmless after one type of contact (e.g., skin) but may have serious effects...

14 Mechanical Collectors MCC

A hydrochloric acid mist in air at 25 C is to be collected in a gravity settler. You are requested to calculate the smallest mist droplet (spherical in shape) that will always be collected by the settler. Assume the acid concentration to be uniform through the inlet cross section of the unit and Stokes' law applies. Operating data and information on the gravity settler are given below. Dimensions of gravity settler 30 ft wide, 20 ft high, 50 ft long Actual volumetric flowrate of acidic gas...

29 Regulations REG

Identify key legislation directed at controlling wastewater discharges from municipalities. Briefly define the priorities of each legislation. 2. What is the purpose of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) 3. What is non-point-source (NPS) pollution Why is NPS pollution difficult to deal with 4. Highlight the difference between a direct discharger and an indirect discharger. 1. The Clean Water Act (Federal Water Pollution Act of 1972) created water quality standards for point discharges,...

52 Statistics STT

Discuss the problems associated with the need to obtain representative samples for statistical analysis. One of the main problems with sampling is the need to obtain samples that are representative of the population. This usually requires both taking a large enough sample and doing it randomly. To sample randomly is to select from a population such that each sample drawn has an equal chance of being chosen. This requires including the whole population when selecting and removing all possible...

Hazardous Waste Incineration HWI

HWI.l DESTRUCTION AND REMOVAL EFFICIENCY (DRE) By federal law (as described in Chapter 22), hazardous waste incinerators must meet a minimum destruction and removal requirement, i.e., that the principal organic hazardous constituents (POHCs) of the waste feed be incinerated with a minimum destruction and removal efficiency (DRE) of 99.99 (four nines). The destruction and removal efficiency is the fraction of the inlet mass flowrate of a particular chemical that is destroyed and removed in the...

44 Health Risk Analysis HRA

List and describe the four major steps in a health risk assessment. The four major steps in a health risk assessment are hazard identification, dose-response assessment, exposure assessment, and risk characterization. A hazard is defined as a toxic agent or a set of conditions that has the potential to cause adverse effects to human health or the environment. Hazard identification is a process that determines the potential human health effects that could result from exposure to a hazard. This...

Industrial Applications IAP

List several guidelines that should be followed when selecting a safe site for a plant. The following guidelines should be followed when selecting a safe site for a plant 1. Topography. A fairly level site is needed to contain spills and prevent spills from migrating and creating more of a hazard. Firm soil above water level is recommended. 2. Utilities and water supply. The water supply must be adequate for fire protection and cooling. The source of electricity should be reliable to prevent...

10 Chemical Kinetics KIN

Assuming power law (elementary reaction rate) kinetics to apply, write the rate equation for the following reactions 1. First-order, irreversible reaction 2. Second-order, irreversible reaction 3. Second-order, irreversible reaction 4. Third-order, irreversible reaction 5. Third-order, irreversible reaction 6. Fractional or higher order, irreversible reaction 7. First-order reversible reaction 8. First- second-order, reversible reaction 9. Simultaneous irreversible reactions A > products A +...

Pa yap

Where ya mole fraction of component a P total pressure pCOi 0.30(2) 0.60 atm pco 0.05(2) 0.10 atm pno 0.05(2) 0.10 atm pHi 0.50(2) 1.00 atm pQi 0.10(2) 0.20 atm P 2.00 atm Amagat's law states that the pure component volume, Va, of an ideal gas is given by VCq2 0.30(10) 3.00 ft3 Vco 0.05(10) 0.50 ft3 FH2o 0.05(10) 0.50 ft3 FN2 0.50(10) 5.00 ft3 By definition, the parts per million (ppm) is given by ppmc02 0.30(106) 3.00 x 105 ppm ppmco 0.05(106) 0.50 x 105 ppm PPmH2o 0.05(106) 0.50 x 105 ppm...

25 Superfund SUP

SUP.l COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE, COMPENSATION AND LIABILITY ACT 1. In 1980, the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act CERCLA created the Superfund. What were the objectives of the Superfund 2. Identify and describe the three concepts that make CERCLA a unique law 3. The Environmental Protection Agency EPA has four options to achieve compliance with the objectives under CERCLA. What are these options 1. In 1980, CERCLA put aside 1.6 billion in a trust...

Picture Of Curved Operating Lines Mccabe-thiele

Mccabe Thiele Tray Efficiency

McCabe-Thiele analysis of equilibrium stages for the ethanol-water system. Figure 31. McCabe-Thiele analysis of equilibrium stages for the ethanol-water system. the slope of this line may be determined The operating line for the top of the column see Figure 31 is then y 0.56 x 1 - 0.56 0.7 0.56x 0.308 The describing equation for the operating line at the bottom of the column is V L D z -xB q xD - xB - xD - z V 1.25 0.2 - 0.05 1.2 0.7 - 0.05 - 0.7 - 0.2 2.07 The operating line for the...

17 Venturi Scrubbers YEN

VEN.l POWER REQUIREMENTS FOR A VENTURI SCRUBBER Calculate the power requirement of a venturi scrubber treating 380,000 acfm of gas and operating at a pressure drop of 60 in. H20. The gas horsepower may be calculated from a A P Alternately, the following equation may be used PG 0.157 A gt ' 0.157 60 9.42 hp 1000 acfm 9.42 hp 1000 acfm 380,000 acfm 3580 hp To determine the brake horsepower, the gas horsepower must be divided by the fan efficiency. Assuming a fan efficiency of 60 , the operating...

Electrostatic Precipitators ESP

An electrostatic precipitator ESP is being used to clean fly ash from a gas. The precipitator contains 30 ducts, with plates 12 ft high and 12 ft long. The spacing between the plates is 8 in. The gas is evenly distributed through all of the ducts. The following information can be used Gas volumetric flowrate 40,000 acfm Particle drift velocity 0.40 ft s Use the Deutsch-Anderson equation to calculate the efficiency of the precipitator. Also, use the modified Deutsch equation with a range of...

20 Absorption ABS

Briefly describe the absorption process. Gas absorption, as applied to the control of air pollution, is concerned with the removal of one or more pollutants from a contaminated gas stream by treatment with a liquid. The necessary condition is the solubility of these pollutants in the absorbing liquid. The rate of transfer of the soluble constituents from the gas to the liquid phase is determined by diffusional processes occurring on each side of the gas-liquid interface. Consider, for example,...

Q

Using the data provided in the problem statement, calculate the efficiency for the situation where the flow is equally distributed with the same inlet loading. Since ql 3000acfm for all modules, 2 3000 1 - 0.995 1 3000 1 - 0.99 9 If neither the flow nor concentration are uniformly distributed, the general equation for the efficiency in a compartmentalized baghouse is used. 2 3.8 2500 1 - 0.995 1 4.25 4000 1 - 0.99 36,000 It can be seen that poor flow distribution causes the efficiency to...