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2-46) where the electrical mobility, Z, has units of velocity/electric field or m2/V . s [cm2/statV . s], that is, unit electrical mobility is a drift velocity of 1 m/s in a 1 V/m field. One statvolt (cgs unit) is equal to 300 volts (V). EXAMPLE 2-7 Aerosol emissions from a foundry are sampled into an electrostatic precipitator for collection onto an electron microscope grid. 01 m. 02 m/s. 33 Â 1029 m2/V . s. What is the minimum plate length, L, that will precipitate all of these particles? Answer: For a potential of 5000 V, the precipitation time, te, in the electric field is Fgrav ¼ te ¼ H H ¼ ¼ Velec ZE ¼ 6:41 Â 10À16 N [6:41 Â 10À11 dyne] Comparing the two forces Felec 7:2 Â 10À13 N ¼ ¼ 1120 Fgrav 6:41 Â 10À16 N The electric force exceeds the gravity force by over a thousand times.
The particle Reynolds number is less than one, indicating the flow around the particle can be laminar. However, it is not in this case because the gas flow is turbulent. 5 Boundary Layer A boundary layer in a flow is defined as a region near a boundary, usually a solid surface, where the influence of fluid viscosity is particularly important. The fluid velocity must fall to zero at the boundary itself. When flow starts along a surface, either in time or space, the boundary layer consists only of the gas at the surface, where the relative velocity is zero.
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