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Jorma Jokiniemi focuses on Combustion, Waste management, Particle, Particulates and Particle size. His research integrates issues of Pellets, Stove, Flue gas and Mineralogy in his study of Combustion. In his research, Emission inventory, Pulmonary inflammation, Immunosuppressive effect and Environmental engineering is intimately related to Biomass, which falls under the overarching field of Waste management.
His research investigates the link between Particle and topics such as Aerosol that cross with problems in Nanotechnology, Nanoparticle and Nucleation. His Particulates study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry and Genotoxicity. Fuel oil is closely connected to Soot in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Particle size.
His primary areas of investigation include Combustion, Particulates, Aerosol, Environmental chemistry and Particle. His research in Combustion tackles topics such as Waste management which are related to areas like Biomass. His study in Particulates is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Diesel fuel, Adverse health effect, Genotoxicity and Chemical composition.
As a part of the same scientific study, Jorma Jokiniemi usually deals with the Environmental chemistry, concentrating on Air pollution and frequently concerns with Stove. His studies in Particle integrate themes in fields like Soot and Particle size. The various areas that Jorma Jokiniemi examines in his Particle size study include Nanoparticle, Mineralogy, Particle number and Analytical chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Combustion, Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Aerosol and Waste management. Jorma Jokiniemi is involved in the study of Combustion that focuses on Masonry heater in particular. His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Reducing atmosphere, Fly ash, Air quality index, Thermal treatment and Volatilisation.
His study in Particulates is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soot, Diesel exhaust, Sample preparation, Chemical composition and Genotoxicity. He has included themes like Analytical chemistry, Mass spectrometry, Air pollution, Radical and NOx in his Aerosol study. He combines subjects such as Particle and Softwood with his study of Pellet.
Combustion, Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Aerosol and Masonry heater are his primary areas of study. His Combustion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Waste management, Stove, Pellet, Pellets and Softwood. Jorma Jokiniemi works mostly in the field of Softwood, limiting it down to concerns involving Zinc and, occasionally, Nanoparticle.
His Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Opah and Chemical composition. His Aerosol research includes themes of Soot, Coal combustion products, Air quality index and Pyrene. His Masonry heater research incorporates elements of Photochemistry, Ignition system and Mass spectrometry.
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Fine particle and gaseous emissions from normal and smouldering wood combustion in a conventional masonry heater
J. Tissari;Jussi Lyyränen;K. Hytönen;O. Sippula.
Atmospheric Environment (2008)
Effect of Wood Fuel on the Emissions from a Top-Feed Pellet Stove
Olli Sippula;Kati Hytönen;Jarkko Tissari;and Taisto Raunemaa.
Energy & Fuels (2007)
Physicochemical characterization of fine particles from small-scale wood combustion
Heikki Lamberg;Kati Nuutinen;Jarkko Tissari;Jarno Ruusunen.
Atmospheric Environment (2011)
A novel field measurement method for determining fine particle and gas emissions from residential wood combustion
Jarkko Tissari;Kati Hytönen;Jussi Lyyränen;Jorma Jokiniemi;Jorma Jokiniemi.
Atmospheric Environment (2007)
Trace element partitioning during coal gasification
Joseph J. Helble;Wahab Mojtahedi;Jussi Lyyränen;Jorma Jokiniemi.
Comparison of Different Dilution Methods for Measuring Diesel Particle Emissions
Jussi Lyyränen;Jorma Jokiniemi;Esko I. Kauppinen;U. Backman.
Aerosol Science and Technology (2004)
Airway Exposure to Silica-Coated TiO2 Nanoparticles Induces Pulmonary Neutrophilia in Mice
Elina M. Rossi;Lea Pylkkänen;Antti J. Koivisto;Minnamari Vippola;Minnamari Vippola.
Toxicological Sciences (2010)
Comparison of particle emissions from small heavy fuel oil and wood-fired boilers
Olli Sippula;Jouni Hokkinen;Harri Puustinen;Pasi Yli-Pirilä.
Atmospheric Environment (2009)
AEROSOL CHARACTERISATION IN MEDIUM-SPEED DIESEL ENGINES OPERATING WITH HEAVY FUEL OILS
Jussi Lyyränen;Jorma Jokiniemi;Esko I. Kauppinen;Jorma Joutsensaari.
Journal of Aerosol Science (1999)
Fine Particle and Gas Emissions from the Combustion of Agricultural Fuels Fired in a 20 kW Burner
Jarkko Tissari;Olli Sippula;Jyrki Kouki;Kari Vuorio.
Energy & Fuels (2008)
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