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Environmental Modeling & Assessment

, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp 177–184 | Cite as

Industrial pollution transport. Part 2. Control of industrial emissions

  • David Parra‐Guevara
  • Yuri N. Skiba
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Abstract

Solutions of the pollution transport problem and its adjoint are used to monitor mean pollution concentration in an ecologically important zone. Four strategies of control over pollutants released into the atmosphere by industrial plants are suggested. They differ by the restrictions imposed on the emission rate of each plant. All the strategies use solutions of the adjoint transport problem and assure the fulfillment of the sanitary norm in the zone. A linear interpolation of these strategies also brings pollution level in the zone down to the sanitary norm. A method of detecting the plants violating the prescribed emission rates is also given. A simple example is given to illustrate the strategies suggested.

pollution transport air quality estimates control of industrial emissions 

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  • David Parra‐Guevara
  • Yuri N. Skiba

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