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Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook, Volume 2: Engineering Design and Applications brings together researchers, engineers (both design and plants), and scientists to develop a fundamental scientific understanding of ventilation to help engineers implement state-of-the-art ventilation and contaminant control technology. Now in two volumes, this reference contains extensive revisions and updates as well as a unique section on best practices for the following industrial sectors: Automotive; Cement; Biomass Gasifiers; Advanced Manufacturing; Industrial 4.0); Non-ferrous Smelters; Lime Kilns; Pulp and Paper; Semiconductor Industry; Steelmaking; Mining.
- Brings together global researchers and engineers to solve complex ventilation and contaminant control problems using state-of-the-art design equations
- Includes an expanded section on modeling and its practical applications based on recent advances in research
- Features a new chapter on best practices for specific industrial sectors
HVAC consultants; Researchers; Ventilation manufacturers; Policy makers; Mechanical engineers; Designers of ventilation systems; Industrial hygienists; Environmental specialists; Occupational and environment sciences
- Local Ventilation
11. Design with Modelling Techniques
12. Experimental Techniques
13. Industrial 4.0 (Automation plus sensors)
14. Gas Cleaning Technology
15. Pneumatic Conveying
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- © Academic Press 2021
- 4th June 2021
- Academic Press
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Howard Goodfellow graduated with a Ph.D. from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry from the University of Toronto and has been responsible for specialized consulting and engineering design services for over 1000 industrial and government clients in the environmental field. He has provided litigation support and expert testimony for numerous legal clients in the industrial clean air technology field. For over 25 years, Dr. Goodfellow has been a recognized expert in the field of ventilation, air pollution and air quality control. His affiliation with the University of Toronto as Adjunct Professor and his association with TEKES and INVENT teams in Finland has led to teaching opportunities in various countries in the area of industrial ventilation as well as the publication of the first edition of the Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook. He has presented over 100 technical papers and is the author of the scientific textbook entitled: “Advanced Design of Ventilation Systems for Contaminant Control.” Dr. Goodfellow is a named Fellow of Engineers from the Professional Engineers Ontario and the Canadian Academy of Engineering as well as Hall of Distinction, University of Toronto, Engineering Alumni Association and recipient of The Engineering Medal, Entrepreneurship Category, Ontario Professional Engineers, and the Canada Award, Society of Chemical Industry.
Adjunct Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, ON, Canada
Dr. Yi Wang is a full professor at Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology in China. Her research focuses on building ventilation and energy efficiency of industrial buildings. She is currently leading one of the State Key Programs of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) entitled “Study on the Design Theories and Methods of Efficient Ventilation in Industrial Buildings”. Dr. Wang is the DeputyDirector of Key Laboratory for Green Buildings in Western China. She is also head of the University’s Ventilation Technology Research Centre, as well as a member of the Green Industrial Building Technology Group of China Green Building Council. Dr. Wang has published over 80 technical papers and co-authored 2 scientific textbooks. Her work has been used in several national standards of industry buildings in China. Ventilation systems in 10 steel plants have been optimized by Dr. Wang’s group in the last 5 years. Last year, Dr. Wang was awarded NSFC’s Distinguished Young Scholar for her contribution of improving working environment and energy efficiency in industrial buildings.
School of Environmental and Municipal Engineering, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, P.R. China
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