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Hughes, J. F. (1983) Current Trends in Powder Coating Technology - Research in the UK. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Hughes, J. F. (1983) Electrostatics '83 - An Introduction to the Conference. Physics Bulletin, 34 (4). pp. 157-8.

Hughes, J. F. (1983) Optimising the Performance of Powder Coating Systems. Metal Finishing . pp. 33-6.

Hughes, J. F. (1983) Trouble Shooting on Powder Coating Installations. Finishing . pp. 24-6.

Hughes, J. F., Athwal, C. S. and Coventry, P. F. (1983) Implications of Ion-Wind and Back-Ionisation on Precipitator Performance. In: UNSPECIFIED. pp. 167-72.

Hughes, J. F., Pude, J. and Coventry, P. F. (1983) A Study of Electrostatic Precipitation - Calculation of Electric Fields due to a single Unipolar Source. Journal of Electrostatics, 14 . pp. 241-54.

Hughes, J. F., Smith, J., Lees, P. and McAllister, D. (1983) Experimental and numerical investigation of field conditions associated with the transport of low conductivity liquids and powders. Proceedings of the IEE, 14 . pp. 369-78.

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