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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
 
 
Most industries have smoke or dust problem of some kind. The smoke can be made up of solid or fluid particles suspended in the gas. Sometimes the particlesare waste which must be removed for reasons of hygiene and comfort before the gasis released into the atmosphere. Equally, often, the materials may be useful productswhich must be recovered for the process to be profitable. For the control of dust,electrostatic precipitator is often used. Tough theory of electrostatic precipitation was made known as early as inthe early part of nineteenth century, its commercial application had to wait till thefirst decade of twentieth century when high voltage DC generator becomecommercial available.
 
 
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