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The dust loading of gas from a lime kiln is 3.25 g scf the permitted exhaust loading is 0.11 g scf what is the collection effici

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  • Solved The dust loading of a gas from a lime kiln is

    The dust loading of a gas from a lime kiln is 3.25 g/ft^3. The design loading before exhaust is 0.11 g/ft^3. (a) What is the collection efficiency required to obtain the desired exit dust loading if one collector is to be used? (b) What is the efficiency required if two collectors are used in series, each with the same efficiency?

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