Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Penney, W. Roy
A design of a method for calculating the efficiency and particulate matter emission rates was developed for use on wood stoves. The project was completed for the WERC competition which is an international design contest. The prevalence of wood burning as a form of heating, current EPA regulations, and current market conditions were major factors in forming the necessity of this testing method. Design was not limited to outlining the design specifications, the apparatus was built and run. Optimization of the method continued until completion of the project. If the method would continue to be improved then it would be able to have broad applications in the wood burning industry.
Shumaker, J. A. (2016). WERC Task #1 - Efficiency and Particulate Matter Emissions Testing of Wood Burning Heating Units. Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/cheguht/86