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Experimental Evaluation of Odor Treatment for Discharge Plasma by Using Ceramic Tube

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The odor removal technology in this research is the new technology which emits the discharge plasma in the area of AC, and through the research discharge plasma-ozone-absorption filter is accomplished as process system. In order for this, we combine the advantages of chemical technology, a discharge plasma technology, and ozone absorption filter technology together and emit the plasma on the odor materials that is collected in first step. Through this process, we are able to see that hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, mercaptan, trimethylamine and volatile organic compounds, bacteria, etc. which are major cause of various ill odor are removed, and through passing the plasma generator which makes free radicals that is ten times more powerful than ozone sterilizer, the rest of the odor substances is removed by redox reactions. In the third step, the rest of zone is absorbed and emitted into the air by using the absorption filter. The rate of efficiency as the result of this research is 99%, using 5㎥/min ceramic tube and applying 15m/sec wind and 360mm/Aq pressure.

DOI 10.11648/j.ijepe.20150405.23
Published in International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering (Volume 4, Issue 5, October 2015)
Page(s) 322-326
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Keywords

Discharge Plasma, Odor Treatment, Ceramic Tube, Ozone Control, Bacteria, Volatile Organic Compounds, Air Pollution

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  • School of Engineering, Mongolian University of Life Sciences(MULS), Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

  • School of Engineering, Mongolian University of Life Sciences(MULS), Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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