Fundamentals of Air Cleaning Technology and Its Application in Cleanrooms

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 10, 2013 - Technology & Engineering - 871 pages
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Fundamentals of Air Cleaning Technology and Its Application in Cleanrooms sets up the theoretical framework for cleanrooms. New ideas and methods are presented, which include the characteristic index of cleanrooms, uniform and non-uniform distribution characteristics, the minimum sampling volume, a new concept of outdoor air conditioning and the fundamentals of leakage-preventing layers. Written by an author who can look back on major scientific achievements and 50 years of experience in this field, this book offers a concise and accessible introduction to the fundamentals of air cleaning technology and its application. The work is intended for researchers, college teachers, graduates, designers, technicians and corporate R&D personnel in the field of HVAC and air cleaning technology.

Zhonglin Xu is a senior research fellow at China Academy of Building Research.

 

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Contents

Particle and Size Distribution
1
Airborne Particles in Outdoor Air Atmospheric Dust
47
Filtration Mechanism of Fine Particle
133
Characteristics of Air Filters
185
Structural Design of HEPA Filter
267
Movement of Indoor Fine Particle
289
Classification of Air Cleanliness
339
Principle of Cleanroom
377
Calculation Theory of Nonuniform Distribution in Cleanroom
573
Characteristics of Cleanroom
587
Design Calculation of Cleanroom
619
Local Clean Area
649
Theory of Leakage Preventing Layer
697
Sampling Theory
729
Measurement and Evaluation
777
Erratum
872

Theory of Biological Cleanroom
467
Calculation Theory of Uniform Distribution in Cleanroom
549

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