emissions calculator Articles

  • Sensitivity of urban dispersion calculations to urban meteorology (COST 715)

    Generally, the worst air pollution occurs in cities. This paper describes the COST 715 programme, which is a European activity supporting scientific exchange and networks on 'meteorology applied to urban air pollution problems'. For urban pollution assessments one needs the input of pollution near the ground, 'averaged' over an area containing a mixture of houses, gardens, streets, etc. The ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Development and testing of a European Union –wide farm‐level carbon calculator

    Direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from agriculture accounted for around 10% of total European Union (EU) emissions in 2010. To reduce farming‐related GHG emissions, appropriate policy measures and supporting tools for promoting low‐carbon farming practices may be efficacious. This paper presents the methodology and testing results of a new EU‐wide farm‐level carbon footprint calculator. ...

    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Dispersion modeling— New downwash calculations change the playing field

    For many people, the terms “stack height” and “dispersion model” do not ring a bell. Others grapple with these terms as they can be challenging factors in the process of obtaining an air construction permit. Have you ever constructed a stack at a specific height due to EPA guidelines and regulations surrounding Good Engineering Practice (GEP) as it relates to air ...

    By Trinity Consultants

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