Nor are ultra-fine particles, which are the greatest health risk, efficiently captured.
What does UFP stand for?
UFP stands for Ultra-Fine Particle
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We have 61 other meanings of UFP in our Acronym Attic
- Urban Forest Effects Model (calculates forest structure and function from sample ground data)
- Ultimate Frisbee of Saigon (Saigon, Vietnam)
- Ultraviolet Forecasting Operational Service (EU)
- United Flyers of Sonoma (California)
- Universal Freight Operating Systems, Inc. (est. 1998; Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
- Useless Fact of the Day
- United Federation of Universes
- Unobstructed Field of View (optical monitoring)
- Useful Field of View
- Ultimate Future Products
- Unadjusted Function Point
- Uncoated Fine Paper
- Underwater Fire Prevention
- Unified Federal Policy
- Union des Forces du Progrès (French: Progress Force Union, Mauritania)
- Union des Forces Progressistes (French: Union of the Forces Progressists, Quebec provincial party)
- Unión Federal de Policia (Spanish: Federal Union of Police)
- Union Fiduciaire de Paris (French: Union Trust of Paris)
- Union Frozen Products (Thailand)
- Unique Feeling Proposition
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Chemists announced that they have come up with an idea to develop a new model for the prediction of optical properties of non-conducting ultra-fine particles which can help inform the design of tailored nano-structures.
He said that fine- and ultra-fine particles that get into the lung might make their way into the blood vessels, and within 15 minutes of inhaling pollutants, there is a very rapid increase in blood pressure.
The committee has agreed to ask the Environment Agency for more details on its ultra-fine particles, and on monitoring the ash tip and air emissions at the power station.
In particular, cryogenic grinding systems are gaining popularity as a means of achieving ultra-fine particle sizes and uniform particle distribution, while maximizing production rates and minimizing overall operational costs.