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Characterization of Inorganic Particulate Matter from Residential Combustion of Pelletized Biomass Fuels

Boman, C; Nordin, A; Boström, D; Öhman, M

Energy and Fuels 18(2): 338-348


ISSN/ISBN: 0887-0624
DOI: 10.1021/ef034028i
Accession: 063248206

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The increased focus on potential adverse health effects associated with exposure to ambient particulate matter (PM) motivates a careful characterization of particle emissions from different sources. Combustion is a major anthropogenic source of fine PM, and, in urban areas, traditional residential wood combustion can be a major contributor. New and upgraded biomass fuels have become more common, and fuel pellets are especially well-suited for the residential market.

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