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Development of the fine and ultrafine particles during the biomass combustion and possible measure of their decreasing

Originální název

Development of the fine and ultrafine particles during the biomass combustion and possible measure of their decreasing

Anglický název

Development of the fine and ultrafine particles during the biomass combustion and possible measure of their decreasing

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Fine and ultra-fine particles are produced during biomass combustion. The concentration of particles varies based on individual phases of the combustion process. This may poses a significant threat to human health since ultra-fine particles (<100 nm) are able to penetrate and deposit deep in the human body through various pathways. The paper presents results obtained through measurements in small combustion plants (used for household heating) with selected biomass types (for example pellets, sawdust, etc.). The main focus was placed on the monitoring of the size, concentration and morphology of the formed particles in the individual phases of the combustion process when the combustion parameters, especially temperatures, are not constant. Obtained results aim to propose new measure focused on stabilizing the combustion temperature at an early stage, which will reduce the concentration of ultrafine particles and thus contribute to reducing air contamination, hence, reducing health risks.

Anglický abstrakt

Fine and ultra-fine particles are produced during biomass combustion. The concentration of particles varies based on individual phases of the combustion process. This may poses a significant threat to human health since ultra-fine particles (<100 nm) are able to penetrate and deposit deep in the human body through various pathways. The paper presents results obtained through measurements in small combustion plants (used for household heating) with selected biomass types (for example pellets, sawdust, etc.). The main focus was placed on the monitoring of the size, concentration and morphology of the formed particles in the individual phases of the combustion process when the combustion parameters, especially temperatures, are not constant. Obtained results aim to propose new measure focused on stabilizing the combustion temperature at an early stage, which will reduce the concentration of ultrafine particles and thus contribute to reducing air contamination, hence, reducing health risks.

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@inproceedings{BUT161143,
  author="Stela {Pavlíková} and Ján {Poláčik} and Barbora {Schüllerová} and Vladimír {Adamec} and Jiří {Pospíšil}",
  title="Development of the fine and ultrafine particles during the biomass combustion and possible measure of their decreasing",
  annote="Fine and ultra-fine particles are produced during biomass combustion. The concentration of particles varies based on individual phases of the combustion process. This may poses a significant threat to human health since ultra-fine particles (<100 nm) are able to penetrate and deposit deep in the human body through various pathways. The paper presents results obtained through measurements in small combustion plants (used for household heating) with selected biomass types (for example pellets, sawdust, etc.). The main focus was placed on the monitoring of the size, concentration and morphology of the formed particles in the individual phases of the combustion process when the combustion parameters, especially temperatures, are not constant. Obtained results aim to propose new measure focused on stabilizing the combustion temperature at an early stage, which will reduce the concentration of ultrafine particles and thus contribute to reducing air contamination, hence, reducing health risks.",
  address="STEF92 Technology Ltd.",
  booktitle="19th International multidisciplinary scientific geoconference SGEM 2019",
  chapter="161143",
  doi="10.5593/sgem2019V/4.2",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="STEF92 Technology Ltd.",
  number="4.2",
  year="2019",
  month="december",
  pages="201--207",
  publisher="STEF92 Technology Ltd.",
  type="conference paper"
}