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Title      : Certificate Programme in Environmental Technology_Air Pollution Modelling and Control
Subject      : Environmental Technology
copyright ©  2018     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 5/118
Total Price      : Rs.      : 69
 
 
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Air Pollution Modelling Total views (204)  
In almost all countries including India, the air pollution legislation is based on a certain accepted level of pollutant concentration. To plan and execute air pollution programmes designed to meet the requirements of the legislation, therefore, we may be called upon to predict the ambient air pollutant concentration that will result from any planned activity.
Pages: 26
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Air Pollution Control-particulate Matter l Total views (204)  
In Unit 7, we will discuss the sources of particulate pollution and particle dynamics, i.e., the motion of particulates under gravity, centrifugal force and electrostatic field. We will then discuss three particulate separating equipment - gravity settling chambers, cyclone separators and electrostatic separators - with illustrations.
Pages: 24
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Air Pollution Control-Particulate matter ll Total views (208)  
Air filters are very efficient units for the separation of fine particles. Indeed, their efficiency of separation is almost 100%, if they are properly designed and operated. If we have to make the stringent requirements of legislation with respect to particulate emissions, then, more often than not, we will have to make use of these devices.
Pages: 24
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Air Pollution Control: Volatile Organic Compounds(VOCs) Total views (208)  
We will discuss the air pollution control aspects of the volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are the second most widespread and diverse class of air pollutants. VOCs can be toxic by themselves or they can form explosive mixtures with air or oxygen, and they remain in the atmosphere for a long period of time. Further, they contribute to the formation of photochemical compounds (which are ......
Pages: 23
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Air Pollution Control: Sulphur Dioxide and Oxides of Nitrogen Total views (208)  
We will examine the air pollution control aspects of other two important air pollutants, viz., sulphur dioxide (SO2) and oxides of nitrogen. Sulphur dioxide is formed when a material containing sulphur is burnt and oxides of nitrogen are formed when the bound nitrogen in the material or the nitrogen in the combustion air combines with oxygen at the high temperature of combustion. Note that the hig ......
Pages: 21
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