A New Device for Reducing Air Pollution Using Principles of Electrostatics and Aerodynamics


Authors : Arin Chaudhary

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7121835

- Carbon Monoxide, Sulphur Oxides, Lead, Nitrogenous Oxides, and Carbon Dioxide gases are common byproducts of several processes that pose a potent risk towards Environmental degradation. This is because they have adverse effects on the ozone layer and can cause several respiratory problems as well. There are multiple sources of these harmful gas, such as refineries, power plants, mines, wastewater treatment plants, etc. However, one major source of pollution is cars. A passenger car emits about 4.6 Metric tons of carbon dioxide per year (according to 2018). One factor which makes them pose a potential damage to the environment is that these are nonpoint sources, sources that are distributed over a wide range of geographical area. This makes it very difficult to contaminate the harmful gases emitted by them. Understanding the problems and making a device that focuses on a way to contain these gases, convert them into particulate matter, and then use them for some useful processes can prove to be really helpful for the environment.

Keywords : Engineering; Pollution; Automobiles; Aerodynamics; Absorption; Systems Engineering

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