Engineering Design Handbook for Air Cleaning for Chemical Demilitarization
Final rept. Oct 77-Mar 78
AAI CORP BALTIMORE MD
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The purpose of this handbook is to provide information and references relating to the design of an air-cleaning system for chemical demilitarization operations. The goal of the system is the highly efficient removal of toxic chemical agents in the form of minute particulate, aerosol, and gaseous matter. Criteria for establishing the air volume, airflow, and sizing of the air- handling equipment are presented. Consideration is given to hood locations, ductwork and damper performance, filter housings, particulate filters, gas-phase adsorbers, blowers, and instrumentation for testing, monitoring, detection and control. Discussions also cover installation, testing, maintenance, and operation of the ventilation and exhaust systems.
- Chemical, Biological and Radiological Warfare
- Air Pollution and Control