Handbook of Air Pollution Control Engineering and Technology
This handbook provides information for professionals attempting to reduce and eliminate air pollution problems. It contains information on all aspects of air pollution, and also examines the technical aspects of air pollution control equipment. Many practical applications are provided, and the text is referenced to assist the reader in further research. The major scientific areas of air pollution are brought together with practical engineering solutions, and will help air quality and pollution control managers to reduce maintenance costs and prevent deterioration of installations.
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