Air Pollution Control Books

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Air Pollution Control Technology Handbook (Mechanical Engineering)

by Amazon.com

In the debate over pollution control, the price of pollution is a key issue. But which is more costly: clean up or prevention? From regulations to technology selection to equipment design, Air Pollution Control Technology Handbook serves as a single source of information on commonly used air pollution control technology. It covers environmental ...;

The Role of Ecological Chemistry in Pollution Research and Sustainable Development

by Springer

The papers presented in this book demonstrate clearly the role of the processes defining the natural environment’s composition, structure and chemical properties adequate to the biologic value of habitation, the essential impacts of human activity and other related factors on all the environmental compartments, including water, soil and air. The ...;

The Role of Ecological Chemistry in Pollution Research and Sustainable Development

by Springer

The papers presented in this book demonstrate clearly the role of the processes defining the natural environment’s composition, structure and chemical properties adequate to the biologic value of habitation, the essential impacts of human activity and other related factors on all the environmental compartments, including water, soil and air. The ...;

Ever - Changing Guidelines and Regulations EBook

by Catalytic Products International (CPI)

The ideal air pollution control solution for any industrial operator – especially in chemical processing industries where productivity is vitally important – involves controls that are proven reliable in the harshest environments and that are engineered to meet not only today's requirements, but tomorrow's as well.;

Mathematical Theory of Oil and Gas Recovery

by Springer

This book comprises a new mathematical study of multiphase multicomponent flows in heterogeneous porous media. The goal is to develop analytical models of the recovery processes from heterogeneous reservoirs based on the exact analytical solutions of equations of flow in porous media. The analytical models developed describe chemical and hot ...;

Air, Water and Soil Quality Modelling for Risk and Impact Assessment

by Springer

Environmental pollution by harmful anthropogenic substances and uncontrolled use of natural reserves have become a global problem and require substantial efforts for developing and applying efficient measures of control, mitigation and abatement. For achieving this goal predictions of possibly resulting risks and impacts are urgently needed for ...;

Air, Water and Soil Quality Modelling for Risk and Impact Assessment

by Springer

Environmental pollution by harmful anthropogenic substances and uncontrolled use of natural reserves have become a global problem and require substantial efforts for developing and applying efficient measures of control, mitigation and abatement. For achieving this goal predictions of possibly resulting risks and impacts are urgently needed for ...;

Emissions of Air Pollutants

by Springer

Well founded and reliable emission data are necessary to implement strategies to investigate and control air pollution caused by the transport and chemical transformation of air pollutants. This book contains a wealth of new information that enables environmental scientists and authorities dealing with air pollution to design methods for measuring ...;

Costs of Air Pollution Control

by Springer

This book describes the development of cost effective abatement strategies aimed at the control of air pollutant emissions in Europe, with a focus on ground level ozone. The author starts with the air pollution status quo in the late 1990s, discussing the impacts of photooxidant concentrations in the context of other air pollution related effects. ...;

Influence of Climate Change on the Changing Arctic and Sub-Arctic Conditions

by Springer

The current warming trends in the Arctic may shove the Arctic system into a seasonally ice-free state not seen for more than one million years. The melting is accelerating, and researchers were unable to identify natural processes that might slow the deicing of the Arctic. Such substantial additional melting of Arctic and Antarctic glaciers and ...;

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