The following selected publications are related to Dr. Clack’s work here at the University of Michigan:
Xia, T., Kleinheksel, A., Lee, E. M., Qiao, Z., Wigginton, K. R., & Clack, H. L. (2019). Inactivation of airborne viruses using a packed bed non-thermal plasma reactor. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 52(25), 255201. doi:10.1088/1361-6463/ab1466 >
Clack, H. L. (2018). Lower order representations of evolving particle size distributions for rapid gas-particle mass transfer simulations during electrostatic precipitation. Fuel Processing Technology, 178, 71-77.
Xia, T., A. Kleinheksel, K.R. Wigginton, and H.L. Clack (2018). Suspending Viruses in an Airstream Using a Consumer-grade Ultrasonic Humidifier. Submitting to Aerosol Science and Technology.
Xia, T. and H.L. Clack (2017). Optical Property Measurements of Mixed Coal Fly Ash and Particulate Carbon Aerosols Likely Emitted During Activated Carbon Injection for Mercury Emissions Control, Accepted by Energy & Fuels.
Clack, H.L. (2017). “Numerical Simulation of Simultaneous Electrostatic Precipitation and Trace Gas Adsorption: Electro-hydrodynamic Effects.” Frontiers in Energy Research, 5.3. doi: 10.3389/fenrg.2017.00003
Lee, E.M., & H.L. Clack (2016). “Powder Resistivity Inferred Differential Collection of Heterogeneous Coal Fly Ash and Powered Activated Carbon Admixtures within a Cylindrical Electrostatic Precipitator.” Emiss. Control Sci. Technol, 2.1, 33-43.
Lee, E. M., & Clack, H. L. (2015). Powder Resistivity Inferred Differential Collection of Heterogeneous Coal Fly Ash and Powered Activated Carbon Admixtures Within a Cylindrical Electrostatic Precipitator. Emission Control Science and Technology, 1-11.
Clack, H. L. (2015). Simultaneous Removal of Particulate Matter and Gas-Phase Pollutants within Electrostatic Precipitators: Coupled In-Flight and Wall-Bounded Adsorption. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 15(6S), 2445-2455.
Clack, H.L. (2014). “Particulate Carbon Emissions from Electrostatic Precipitators Used for Mercury Emissions Control : Operational Factors and Implications.” Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health 7 (2), pp. 155-163.
Lin, G., J.E. Penner, H.L. Clack (2014). “Radiative Forcing Associated with Particulate Carbon Emissions Resulting from the Use of Mercury Control Technology.” Environmental Science and Technology 48 (17), pp 10519-10523.
Clack, H.L. (2012). “Estimates of Increased Black Carbon Emissions from Electrostatic Precipitators during Powdered Activated Carbon Injection for Mercury Emissions Control.” Environmental Science and Technology 46 (13), pp 7327–7333.
Ammigan, K., R.M. Miller, and H.L. Clack (2012). “Effect of Asymmetric Radiant Heating on Monodisperse Acetone-Ethanol and Acetone-Isopropanol Bicomponent Droplets.” International Journal of Multiphase Flows 38, 67-72.
Lee, E.M. and H.L. Clack (2010). “In situ detection of altered particle size distributions during simulated powdered sorbent injection for mercury emissions control.” Energy & Fuels 24, pp. 5410-5417.
Scala, F. and H.L. Clack (2008). “Mercury Emissions from Coal Combustion: Modeling and Comparison of Hg Capture in a Fabric Filter versus an Electrostatic Precipitator.” Journal of Hazardous Materials 152, pp. 616-623.
Clack, H.L. “Opportunities for Post-Combustion Control of Mercury Emissions from Coal Combustion.” In: Mercury in Coal and its Energo-Chemical Processing Products (translated from the Polish), J. Golas and A. Strugala, eds., 2013.
Prabhu, V., T. Kim, Y. Khakpour, S. Serre, and H.L. Clack (2012). “On the Electrostatic Precipitation of Fly Ash-Powdered Mercury Sorbent Mixtures.” Fuel Processing Technology 93, pp. 8-12.
Ammigan, K., R.M. Miller, and H.L. Clack (2011). “Vaporization of Multicomponent Droplets Exposed to Radiant Heating.” Combustion Science &Technology 183, 1412-1432.