In my thesis, I invetigated the theoretical background of the working of electrostatic precipitators, and I described the different structural realizations in practice. In this context, I introduced the different physical effects in electrostatic precipitators which have serious affects on collection efficiency.
Further on I described the model which has been made with the cooperation of BME-VET and ÁT; I eluded the detailed review of the complex numerical model. I also descirbed the model's moduls in which the main physical phenomenas have been implemented.
During my work, I have come to know with practical applications of the object-orientated principles as the newest simulation program has been made in C# environment. I used this program for simulation, and during my work I have come to know the detailed program-code, and the implementation and co-operation of the classes, which represents every single important element about electrostatic precipitation.
Finally, for the most perfect simulation results, I get to know with the recently used Pascal-program of the numerical model, and with the help of it, I investigated the effects of corona-quenching. Additionally I give a solution for a promising simulation of the electric potential, after I investigated a new way of the deduction of one of the basic equation of electrostatics.