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Reduction of Dust Emission in Transshipping Processes at Sea Ports

S. Kovshov, M. Barkan


Sea ports are major sources of adjacent territories pollution at the present stage of economic development. Air pollution by dust, which is formed in the storage and transhipment of different types of bulk materials is one of the most damaging elements. The article presents a new method for determining the quantitative characteristics of dust emission sources in the transhipment of bulk cargo in a port described a technique to reduce the negative impact of dust emission in the processing efficiency of courts of dusty cargoes offered entirely new hardware design to reduce dusting bulk cargoes overcharge and storage.


dust, bulk cargo, dust emission, sea crafts, hopper, dust control, dedusting

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