CleanAir Training

  1. Episode 3: A Basic Understanding of Particle Sizing

    What you should learn:

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      1. True or False? Larger particles are affected by isokinetic sampling more so than small particles.
      2. PM10 is a health concern because it is ____________.
      3. Where is most condensable particule normally formed?
      4. The PM2.5 fraction begins in what part of the PM2.5 cyclone?
      5. True of False? TSP is a subset of PM10.
      6. Where is the error from sampling non-isokinetically expected to be more apparent - at the ESP inlet or at the stack?
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  3. Episode 2: The Basic “How” of Isokinetic Sampling

    What you should learn:

    1. What are two things that we can control that affect isokinetic sampling?
    2. What is the “K-factor” equation?
    3. True or False? If I cannot attain the proper delta H for Isokinetic sampling, my nozzle may be incorrectly sized.

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  5. Episode 1: What is Isokinetic Sampling?

    What you should learn:

    1. What is the basic criterion for isokinetic sampling?
    2. True or False? Sampling faster than isokintetic results in a particulate concentration that is biased high.

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