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dc.contributor.authorOkawa, H.
dc.contributor.authorNishi, K.
dc.contributor.authorShindo, D.
dc.contributor.authorKawamura, Youhei
dc.contributor.editorYamada, A., Sakai, K., Hashimoto, K y., et. al.
dc.identifier.citationOkawa, H. and Nishi, K. and Shindo, D. and Kawamura, Y. 2012. Influence of air humidity and water particles on dust control using ultrasonic atomization, in Yamada, A., Sakai, K., Hashimoto, K. et. al. (ed), 32nd Symposium on Ultrasonic Electronics, USE2011, Nov 8 2011, pp. 07GE06-1-07GE06-6. Kyoto, Japan: Institute of Pure and Applied Physics.

The influence of air humidity and water particles on dust control was examined using ultrasonic atomization at 2.4 MHz, an acrylic box (61 L), andfour types of ore dust samples: green tuff (4 m), green tuff (6 m), kaolin, and silica. It was clearly demonstrated that ultrasonic atomization waseffective in raising humidity rapidly. However, at high relative air humidity, the water particles remained stable in the box without changing to watervapor. Ultrasonic atomization was applied to suppress dust dispersion and 40–95% dust reduction was achieved at 83% relative air humidity. Dustdispersion was more effective with ultrasonic atomization than without.

dc.publisherInstitute of Pure and Applied Physics
dc.titleInfluence of air humidity and water particles on dust control using ultrasonic atomization
dc.typeConference Paper
dcterms.source.titleJapanese Journal of Applied Physics
dcterms.source.seriesJapanese Journal of Applied Physics
dcterms.source.conference32nd Symposium on Ultrasonic Electronics, USE2011
dcterms.source.conference-start-dateNov 8 2011
dcterms.source.conferencelocationKyoto, Japan
curtin.departmentWASM Mining Engineering Teaching Area
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