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Location: Cranfield University, College Road, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, MK43 0AL
- Air Quality Parameters indoor and outdoor, pollution sources, their impact and regulation (UK and EU)
- Air sampling and sampling strategies
- Advanced data analysis and dispersion modelling
- Specific pollutants: dust and particulates, odour, bioaerosols and biogas.
On successful completion of this course the delegate should be able to:
- Appraise the extent, impact and implications of air pollution from industrial processes.
- Understand the practical requirements for air quality monitoring: including designing appropriate sampling strategies, selecting sample locations, applying sampling methods correctly, conducting standard tests and evaluating the results.
- Understand the most common traditional analytical techniques used in air monitoring.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the critical issues affecting these analytical techniques and be able to recognise the relative strengths and weaknesses of the techniques covered and how these relate to the quality of the data acquired