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The ISO 4217 currency code for the Spanish Peseta.

ESP

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Spain. The code is used for transactions to and from Spanish bank accounts and for international shipping to Spain. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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In this study, the finite element strength analysis [23, 24] and lightweight optimization design of the main structure of the large electrostatic precipitator were carried out using advanced design technologies such as finite element method, optimization design, and virtual prototype.
Effect of electrode shape on discharge current and performance with barrier discharge type electrostatic precipitator, Journal of Electrostatics 57(3-4): 407-415.
The study was focused on novel CFB OSA, the well-studied PF OSA from electrostatic precipitators was used for comparison.
Popa, "Contributions to Improve Performances of Plate-Type Electrostatic Precipitators for Bi-Phase Systems Gas-Solid Particles", Ph.D.
Sorensen, year (1984), "Effect of Secondary Flows and turbulence on Electrostatic precipitator efficiency", Journal of Atmospheric environment.
The results of numerical analysis confirmed that there is unsatisfactory uniformity of flow field inside considered actual electrostatic precipitator and the certain flow corrections have to be made.
* Growing demand for electrostatic precipitator in APAC
The content of indissoluble residue (mainly quartz) increases along the ash separation system in both CFBC and PF ashes, being lower in bottom ashes and several times higher in electrostatic precipitator ashes.
CBC, a Brazilian subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, supplied the new equipment, which includes an electrostatic precipitator for removal of particulate material.
Gaseous contaminants can be removed with an activated carbon filter, an oxidizing filter - carbon plus potassium permanganate - or an electrostatic precipitator. Oxidizing filters chemically alter gaseous contaminants so that their odor or effects are eliminated; whereas activated carbon adsorbs and retains contaminants until the adsorptive capacity is reached.
"We found that [fly ash] is indeed a very strong catalyst,' says Karasek, "which causes dioxins to form from almost anything.' That process seems to occur most readily after the fly ash has cooled to about 300|C, often in a pollution control device such as an electrostatic precipitator. The chief culprits are the heavy metals present in the fly ash particles.
We also prepared a preliminary economic analysis, which indicated that leaching and ion-exchange were the more attractive alternatives for treating ash collected from the electrostatic precipitator. S!
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