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Design of pre-separators for cyclone collectors


, : Design of pre-separators for cyclone collectors. 1993 Beltwide cotton conferences Volume 3 Proceedings of a conference held in New Orleans, USA, 10-14 January 1993: 1561-1568

The use of a 1D-3D cyclone to collect trash and fine dust simultaneously is believed to increase the emission concentration in comparison to fine dust collection only. Tests were conducted using a small scale 1D-3D cyclone as a fine dust collector, simultaneous trash and fine dust collector, and using a baffle-type pre-separator to remove the trash prior to cyclone fine dust collection.

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