It is important to know the size distribution of the particulate material in emission gases when, for instance, developing control technologies and testing their efficiencies, as well as when monitoring emissions. The size and the size distribution of solid particles can be measured by various methods. The choice of method is affected by the particle size, for example. The measuring methods vary from mechanical, inertia-based separators (e.g. impactors and cyclones) to methods exploiting optical and electrical interactions. In the following, the most commonly used of these are discussed.
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