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The Resource Developments in surface contamination and cleaning, Volume three, Methods for removal of particle contaminants, edited by Rajiv Kohli and K.L. Mittal

Developments in surface contamination and cleaning, Volume three, Methods for removal of particle contaminants, edited by Rajiv Kohli and K.L. Mittal

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Developments in surface contamination and cleaning, Volume three, Methods for removal of particle contaminants
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Developments in surface contamination and cleaning
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Volume three
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Methods for removal of particle contaminants
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edited by Rajiv Kohli and K.L. Mittal
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Methods for removal of particle contaminants
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The contributions in this volume cover methods for removal of particle contaminants on surfaces. Several of these methods are well established and have been employed in industrial applications for a long time. However, the ever- higher demand for removal of smaller particles on newer substrate materials is driving continuous development of the established cleaning methods and alternative innovative methods for particle removal. This book provides information on the latest developments in this topic area. The purpose of the Developments in Surface Contamination and Cleaning series is to provide
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Developments in surface contamination and cleaning, Volume three, Methods for removal of particle contaminants, edited by Rajiv Kohli and K.L. Mittal
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Developments in surface contamination and cleaning, Volume three, Methods for removal of particle contaminants, edited by Rajiv Kohli and K.L. Mittal
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  • Cover Image; Table of Contents; Front Matter; Copyright; Preface; About the Editors; Contributors; Chapter 1. Supersonic Nano-Particle Beam Technique for Removing Nano-Sized Contaminant Particles from Surfaces; 1. Introduction; 2. Theoretical Background; 3. Supersonic Nozzle Beam Technique; 4. Electrospray Technique; 5. Summary; Chapter 2. Megasonic Cleaning; 1. Introduction; 2. Cleaning Mechanism; 3. Theory of Megasonic Cleaning; 4. Surface Cleanliness Measurement; 5. Megasonic System Evaluation in the Laboratory and in Industry; 6. Industry Case Studies; 7. Concluding Remarks
  • Chapter 3. Laser Cleaning for Removal of Nano/Micro-Scale Particles and Film Contamination1. Introduction; 2. Dry Particle Removal Technique Requirements; 3. Laser Cleaning Techniques; 4. Future Directions in Laser Particle Removal Research; 5. Conclusions and Remarks; Chapter 4. Non-Aqueous Interior Surface Cleaning Using Projectiles; 1. Introduction; 2. Types of Contamination; 3. Effects of Contamination; 4. Fluid Cleanliness Levels; 5. Tube Cleaning Methods; 6. Non-Aqueous Projectile Cleaning Method; 7. Summary
  • Chapter 5. Electrostatic Removal of Particles and its Applications to Self-Cleaning Solar Panels and Solar Concentrators1. Introduction; 2. Solar Power Potential and the Global Energy Needs; 3. Atmospheric Dust and Its Deposition on Solar Panel; 4. Loss of PV Output Power Caused by Dust Deposition; 5. Electrostatic Charging of Dust Particles; 6. Dust Deposition Process: Effects of Size and Charge Distributions; 7. Transmission Loss Due to Atmospheric Dust; 8. Experimental Studies on Solar Panel Obscuration by Dust Deposition
  • 9. Effect of Microstructural Deposition Pattern: Particle Size, Shape, and Electrostatic Charge Distributions10. Removal of Dust From Solar Panels Using Low-Power Electrodynamic Screens; 11. Trajectories of Charged Particles on the Electrodynamic Screen; 12. Dielectrophoretic Force; 13. Tribocharging of Particles; 14. Removal of Uncharged Conducting Particles; 15. High-Voltage Three-Phase Power Supply for the Electrodynamic Screen; 16. Testing of the Electrodynamic Screen; 17. Measurement of Maximum Power Point Operation of the PV System With EDS
  • 18. Testing the Solar Panels Integrated With EDS for Maximum Power Point Operation19. Results; 20. Summary and Conclusions; Chapter 6. Alternate Semi-Aqueous Precision Cleaning Techniques: Steam Cleaning and Supersonic Gas/Liquid Cleaning Systems; 1. Introduction; 2. Precision Steam Cleaning; 3. Supersonic Gas-Liquid Cleaning; 4. Summary; Index
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