Дивовижна фізика масок N95 і FFP2 [MinutePhysics]

Дізнайтеся, як «працюють» маски/респіратори N95 і FFP2.

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10X efficiency of electrically charged fibers

“The electrostatic charge of N95 masks is a major contributor to their filtration efficiency, improving it at least 10-fold over uncharged fabric” (Tsai et al., Journal of Electrostatics 2002; Peter Tsai, personal communication).
Prakash Lab COVID-19 Response Group Working Draft Document on N95 masks: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aACcbkyZjR7nZy_wWeGQ9U2iGy0y4QajBeOL8RqAZIQ/edit
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“Electrostatic charge contributes as much as 95% of the filtration efficiency”
Molina, A., Vyas, P., Khlystov, N., Kumar, S., Kothari, A., Deriso, D., … & Prakash, M. (2020). Project 1000 x 1000: Centrifugal melt spinning for distributed manufacturing of N95 filtering facepiece respirators. arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.13494. https://arxiv.org/pdf/2004.13494.pdf

N95 & virus particle sizes

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