TAMU Cotton Engineering & Management

CYCLONES

1.  Michalewicz, D. A., B. W. Shaw, and W. B. Faulkner. 2006. Analysis of outlet concentrations from 1D3D cyclones over a range of inlet loading concentrations. ASAE Paper No. 064162. In Proc. 2006 International ASABE Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon: ASABE.
2.  Megel, A. J., D. B. Parker, R. Mitra, and J. M. Sweeten. 2006. Assessment of chemical and physical characteristics of bottom, cyclone, and baghouse ashes from the combustion of manure. ASAE Paper No. 064043. InProc. 2006 International ASABE Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon: ASABE.
3.  Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, B. W. Shaw, and R. E. Lacey. 2006. A theoretical approach for predicting number of turns and cyclone pressure dropTrans. ASAE. Vol. 49(2): 491-503.
4.  Faulkner, W. B. and B. W. Shaw. 2006. Efficiency and pressure drop of cyclones across a range of inlet velocitiesApplied Eng. in Agric. 22(1): 155-161.
5.  Faulkner, W. B., M. D. Buser, D. P. Whitelock, and B. W. Shaw. 2006. Effects of cyclone diameter on performance of 1D3D and 2D2D cyclones. In Proc. 2006 Beltwide Cotton Conference.
6.  Faulkner, W. B., M. D. Buser, and B. W. Shaw. 2006. Effects of cyclone diameter on performance of 1D3D cyclones: collection efficiency. ASAE Paper No. 064165. In Proc. 2006 International ASABE Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon: ASABE.
7. Wang, L., M. Buser, S. C. Capareda, J. D. Wanjura, C. B. Parnell, Jr., B. W. Shaw, and R. E. Lacey. 2004. Study of "baffle type pre-separator plus cyclone" abatement system for cotton gins. ASAE Paper No. 044017. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: ASAE.
8.Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, Jr., B. W. Shaw, and R. E. Lacey. 2003. Analysis of cyclone collection efficiency. ASAE Paper No. 034114. Las Vegas, Nevada: ASAE.
9.  Wang, L., M. D. Buser, C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 2003. Effect of air density on cyclone performance and system designTrans. ASAE. 46(4): 1193-1201.
10. Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 2002. Performance characteristics of cyclones in cotton-gin dust removal. International Commission of Agricultural Engineers. Vol. 4.
11. Wang, L., M. D. Buser, C. B. Parnell and B. W. Shaw, 2002. Effect of air density on cyclone performance and system design. ASAE Paper No. 024216. Chicago, Illinois: ASAE.
12.  Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 2002. Study of the cyclone fractional efficiency curves. International Commission of Agricultural Engineers. Vol. 4.
13. Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 2002. Theoretical study of the particle collection mechanism in the outer vortex of a cyclone. In Proc. 2002 Beltwide Cotton Conference.
14. Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 2001. Analysis of cyclone pressure drop. In Proc. 2001 Beltwide Cotton Conference.
15. Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 2001. A theoretical approach for predicting number of turns and cyclone pressure drop. ASAE Paper No. 014009. Sacramento, California: ASAE.
16. Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, Jr., and B. W. Shaw. 2001. Cyclone pressure drop measurement. ASAE Paper No. 014009. Sacramento, California: ASAE.
17. Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 2000. 1D2D, 1D3D, 2D2D Cyclone fractional efficiency curves for fine dust. In Proc. 2000 Beltwide Cotton Conference.
18. Wang, L. 2000. A new engineering approach to cyclone design for cotton gins. MS thesis. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University, Department of Agricultural Engineering.
19. Wang, L., C. B. Parnell, and B. W. Shaw. 1999. Performance characteristics for the 1D2D, 2D2D, 1D3D and barrel cyclones. ASAE Paper No. 994195. Toronto, Canada: ASAE.
20. Kaspar, P., S. Simpson, and C. B. Parnell, Jr. 1994. Cyclone design for axial-flow fan exhaust system. ASAE Paper No. 94-4045. Atlanta, Georgia: ASAE.
21. Mihalski, K., P. Kaspar, S. Simpson, and C. B. Parnell, Jr. 1994. Design of pre-collectors for cyclone collectors. ASAE Paper No. 94-4044. Kansas City, Missouri: ASAE.
22. Simpson, S. and C. B. Parnell, Jr. 1994. New cyclone design for cotton gin emissions containing lint fiber. ASAE Paper No. 94-1567. Atlanta, Georgia: ASAE.