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WO2014006736A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2014006736A1
Publication date: 2014-01-09
Application number: 2012067288
Filing date: 2012-07-06
Abstract: Provided is a dust-collecting device capable of efficiently removing the substances to be collected. A dust-collecting device provided
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US2013074690A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2013074690A1
Publication date: 2013-03-28
Application number: 13/700,925
Filing date: 2011-05-30
Abstract: A method for operating a dust collection device by reducing the adhesion of high-resistance dust while performing stable charging, with minimal pressure loss and high efficiency. The dust collection device comprises a pre-charging unit and a bag filter in a flue gas duct through which a gas flows, with the pre-charging unit disposed upstream from the bag filter, wherein the pre-charging unit comprises electrodes that charge the dust, a power source that supplies electric power to the electrodes, and a gas flow rate control device that adjusts the flow rate of the gas flowing through the pre-charging unit to a prescribed value. The method comprises a step of charging the dust by applying a voltage from the electrodes to the dust, and a step of removing the dust adhered to the electrodes by increasing the flow rate of the gas flowing through the pre-charging unit. A method for operating a dust collection device by reducing the adhesion of high-resistance dust while performing stable charging, with minimal pressure loss and high efficiency. The dust collection device comprises a pre-charging unit and a bag filter in a flue gas duct through ...more ...less
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WO2012053096A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2012053096A1
Publication date: 2012-04-26
Application number: 2010068697
Filing date: 2010-10-22
Abstract: Provided is a photovoltaic generation panel attaching frame that enables multiple units to be transported (shipped) simultaneously
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WO2011152357A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2011152357A1
Publication date: 2011-12-08
Application number: 2011062389
Filing date: 2011-05-30
Abstract: Disclosed are: a method for operating a dust collection device
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US2006278082A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2006278082A1
Publication date: 2006-12-14
Application number: 10/548,323
Filing date: 2004-08-26
Abstract: In a dust collecting apparatus, a flow path (8) through which a gas containing particulate matter flows is formed by arranging a ground electrode (5) in an outer shell (2), a dust-collecting filter layer (6) is arranged adjacent to one side of the ground electrode (5), and a plurality of discharge units (4) of a discharge electrode, to which a voltage is applied to generate an ion wind inducing and forming a secondary flow with respect to the gas, is arranged on the other side of the ground electrode (5), with tips (4a) thereof being away from each other in a direction transverse to the flow path (8). The ground electrodes (5) has an aperture ratio that allows the secondary flow to pass along a cross section of the flow path orthogonal to the gas flow, and the dust-collecting filter layer (6) has an aperture ratio that allows the secondary flow to pass along the cross section of the flow path orthogonal to the gas flow and also allows the gas having flown into the dust-collecting filter layer to flow in the direction along the gas flow. In a dust collecting apparatus, a flow path (8) through which a gas containing particulate matter flows is formed by arranging a ground electrode (5) in an outer shell (2), a dust-collecting filter layer (6) is arranged adjacent to one side of the ground electrode (5), and a ...more ...less
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WO2005021161A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2005021161A1
Publication date: 2005-03-10
Application number: 2004012288
Filing date: 2004-08-26
Abstract: A ground electrode (5) is placed in an outer shell (2) to form a flow path (8) through which a gas containing particulate matters is caused to flow. A dust collection filter layer (6) is provided adjacent to one side of the ground electrode (5). Discharge sections (4) of discharge electrodes are arranged on the other side of the ground electrode (5) with the heads (4a) of the discharge sections (4) separated from each other in the direction transverse to the flow path (8). A voltage for producing an ion wind that induces and forms a secondary flow to the gas is applied to the discharge sections (4). The ground electrode (5) has an open area ratio that causes the secondary flow to pass along a flow-path cross-section that crosses the flow of the gas. The dust collection filter layer (6) has an open area ratio that causes the secondary flow to pass along the flow-path cross-section that crosses the flow of the gas and to pass in the direction of the flow of the gas that flowed in the inside. A ground electrode (5) is placed in an outer shell (2) to form a flow path (8) through which a gas containing particulate matters is caused to flow. A dust collection filter layer (6) is provided adjacent to one side of the ground electrode (5). Discharge sections (4) of ...more ...less