Pollutant Absorber Design by Using Condensation System to Minimize Air Pollutant Emissions from Industrial Estates

Depending on the type of fuel utilised and the height of the stack employed, the concentration and distance of pollutants produced by industry vary. The bigger the capacity of the fuel used, the higher the concentration of pollutants released by the industry. In addition, the taller the stack, the further the pollutants are released. Stack modification was done to reduce the concentration and distance of discharged pollutants. A pollution absorber was created using a condensation system and coconut shell charcoal in this investigation. To keep the quality of coconut shell charcoal as a pollutant absorber, It is necessary to employ a condensation system. Research and development approaches were used with the Design for Production (DFP) methodology to attain these goals. To steer the product development process, the DFP approach takes a multilevel systems approach to manufacturing processes. Minimizing emissions occurs in three stages: when pollutants enter the stack, inside the stack, and when pollutants exit the stack. The simulation results demonstrate that the emission concentration is obtained with the same fuel capacity and stack height, with the first absorption decreasing by 22% and the second absorption decreasing by 63%. Because the temperature is still high at that point, only a modest percentage decrease in initial absorption occurs.

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Prof. Dr. Yayat Ruhiat
Department of Physiscs, Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, Serang, Indonesia.

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