Secondary Aerosol Formation from Combustion Aerosols. Joakim Pagels. Div. Aerosol Technology (EAT). Objectives. ?. Improved understanding of the contribution from combustion sources to secondary aerosol formation, importance for both health and climate
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Secondary Aerosol Formation from Anthropogenic Combustion Sources.
Partners: Erik Swietlicki, Copenhagen University (Merete Bilde), Umeå University (Christoffer Boman), Insbruck University (Armin Wisthaler)
Funding Period (2008-2010, 2.8 MSEK)
Single Particle Chemical Composition and Mixing Characteristics of Fine and Ultrafine Particles in Indoor and Outdoor Air
Partners: Erik Swietlicki
Funding Period (2007-2010 2+2 year Research Assistantship, 1.4 +1.4 MSEK)
Aerosol Mass Spectrometry for Characterisation of Particles in Flue gases from Wood and Crop Fuels - A tool for Minimising Emissions.
Partners: Erik Swietlicki, Umeå University (Christoffer Boman)
Funding Period (2008-2009, 0.5 MSEK)
Equipment for Research on Aerosols and their Effects on Climate and Human Health – Funding to buy a HR-TOF-Aerosol Mass Spectrometer
PI: Erik Swietlicki, Partners: CAST
Funding Period (2007, 4.5 MSEK)
Robinson et al. 2007 Science
Mass classified aerosol exit
Any Wood, Biomass, Paper, Wood Products, Cellulose containing Products: