Deutsch_Anderson Equation ESP Efficiency Calculation

W - Terminal drift velocity (m/s)
A - Total collection area (m2)
Q - Volumetric air flow rate (m3/s)

Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Efficiency Formula & Calculator

electrostatic precipitator (ESP) efficiency calculator - formula & step by step calculation to measure the performance of electrostatic precipitators that removes the dust particles & smoke by the system of flowing gas & electrostatic force, based on Deutsch_Anderson equation. η = 1 - e(-WA/Q). The terminal drift velocity W in m/s, total surface area of collecting plates A in m2 & volumetric air flow rate in m3/s are the key elements of this calculation.


In environmental engineering, the below Deutsch_Anderson equation is used to calculate the performance of electrostatic precipitators. This calculator provides step by step calculation for each set of inputs let the users to understand how to perform such ESP efficiency calculations manually for environmental impact analysis
Deutsch-Anderson equation to measure the performance of electrostatic precipitators

In the field of environmental engineering, while working with the design & analysis of electrostatic precipitators, sometimes it's important to analyse the efficiency of the system that removes the dust particles & smoke by the use of gas & electrostatic force. The above formula & the step by step calculation may useful for users to understand how the values are being used in this calculation, however, when it comes to online for quick calculations, this ESP efficiency calculator helps the user to perform & verify such calculations as quick & easy as possible.