Title Author Link Date
Tandem Configurations of Different Aerosol Classifiers with the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier (AAC)
Martin Irwin
Cambustion Ltd
T.J. Johnson
University of Cambridge, University of Alberta
R.T. Nishida
University of Cambridge
J.P.R. Symonds
Cambustion Ltd
J.S. Olfert
University of Alberta
A.M. Boies
University of Cambridge
Jun-2018
A new method to minimise charge uncertainty in condensation particle counter calibration when using a Faraday-cup aerosol electrometer
J Symonds
Cambustion Ltd
Jun-2018
Use of the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier (AAC) for evaluation of aerosol microphysical and optical properties.
J.D. Allan
University of Manchester
D. Liu
University of Manchester
M.R. Alfarra
University of Manchester
P.I. Williams
University of Manchester
Aug-2017
Size Classification Without Charging – Characterization Of The New Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier
Jonathan Symonds
Cambustion
Tyler Johnson
University of Cambridge
Martin Irwin
Cambustion
Adam Boies
University of Cambridge
Jason Olfert
University of Alberta
Jul-2017
Theory and Experimental Validation of the Steady-State AAC Data Inversion
T.J. Johnson
University of Cambridge, University of Alberta
M. Irwin
Cambustion Ltd
J.P.R Symonds
Cambustion Ltd
J.S. Olfert
University of Alberta
A.M. Boies
University of Cambridge
Jun-2017
Determination of particle mass, effective density, mass–mobility exponent, and dynamic shape factor using an aerodynamic aerosol classifier and a differential mobility analyzer in tandem
Farzan Tavakoli
University of Alberta
Jason Olfert
University of Alberta
Sep-2014
Generation of a Monodisperse Size-Classified Aerosol Independent of Particle Charge
Farzan Tavakoli
University of Alberta
Jonathan Symonds
Cambustion Ltd
Jason Olfert
University of Alberta
Jan-2014
An instrument for the classification of aerosols by particle relaxation time: Theoretical models of the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier
F. Tavakoli
University of Alberta
J.S. Olfert
University of Alberta
May-2013