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Analysis of particulate matter dispersion near urban roadways
by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Washington State Transporation Commission, in cooperation with U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration in [Olympia, Wash.?]
Written in English
|Statement||by Morgan Balogh, Fred Mannering (Washington State Transportation Center) ; prepared for Washington State Transportation Commission, Department of Transportation, and in cooperation with U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.|
|Contributions||Mannering, Fred L., Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 44,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
• Motorised road traffic contributes 60 per cent of particulate matter (PM 10), 47 per cent of nitrogen oxides (NO x) and 17 per cent of carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions in London. • The spatial pattern of total emissions (all sources) reflects both urban density and the road Size: KB. The Near-Road Exposures and Effects of Urban Air Pollutants Study (NEXUS) was designed to examine the relationship between near-roadway exposures to air pollutants and respiratory outcomes in a cohort of asthmatic children who live close to major roadways in Detroit, Michigan USA. Most studies show small gradients of fine particulate matter Cited by:
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Abstract: Atmospheric particulate matter (PM) is a well known risk to human health. Vehicular traffic is one of the major sources of particulates in an urban study a problem of road dust dispersion. Roadway air dispersion modeling is the study of air pollutant transport from a roadway or other linear emitter. Computer models are required to conduct this analysis, because of the complex variables involved, including vehicle emissions, vehicle speed, meteorology, and terrain geometry. Line source dispersion has been studied since at least the s, when the regulatory framework in the.
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Title: Analysis of Particulate Matter Dispersion Near Urban Roadways: A Summary Author: Morgan Balogh, Fred L. Mannering Subject: Air pollution, Buses, Data. Particulate matter and its dispersion near urban roadways has become an issue of increasing concern because of the possible health risks to humans associated with the inhalation of small particulates.
Despite the potential health risk, little is known about the concentration of particulates near urban roadways or the particulates emission rates of various vehicles. Title: Analysis of Particulate Matter Dispersion Near Urban Roadways: Final Technical Report Author: Morgan Balogh, Fred L.
Mannering Subject: Air pollution, Buses. Particulate matter and its dispersion near urban roadways has become an issue of increasing concern because of the possible health risks to humans associated with the inhalation of small particulates.
This paper presents analysis and interpretation of diurnal, weekly and seasonal cycles of 1–h average particulate matter (PM10, PM and PM1) concentrations measured near an urban roadway in.
Analysis of Particulate Matter Dispersion Near Urban Roadways: Final Technical Report. Full Document (pdf 1, KB) Authors: Morgan Balogh, Fred L. Mannering. Analysis of Particulate Matter Dispersion Near Urban Roadways: A Summary. Full Document (pdf KB) Authors: Morgan Balogh, Fred L.
Mannering. Originator: Washington State. This paper presents analysis and interpretation of diurnal, weekly and seasonal cycles of 1–h average particulate matter (PM 10, PM and PM 1) concentrations measured near an urban roadway in Chennai city, India, between November and May The PM data analysis showed clear diurnal, weekly and seasonal cycles at the study by: Analysis of air quality data near roadways using a dispersion model particulate matter, (UCL), traffic-origin PM and black carbon followed Gaussian dispersion in the near road area in.
PDF | Research within SATURN has focussed on improving our understanding of the physical and chemical properties of particulate matter, and our | Find, read and cite all the research you need. Ordinary road gritting salt was applied to the road and the particulate matter entering the air at near-road surface level was monitored using optical particle counters.
The grit acted as a tracer. Analysis of air quality data near roadways using a dispersion model. particulate matter (PM), and toxic air pollutant concentrations within urban areas. This is achieved by interpreting the variation of long-path NO concentrations measured near the road with a dispersion model that incorporates concurrent meteorological by: Factor analysis and canonical correlation analysis were applied to the chemical and meteorological variables in order to identify the sources of particulate matter.
Industrial activities such as steel plants, coal-fired power plants, hospital waste burnings, vehicular emissions and soil were identified as the sources of the particulate by: of the pollutant dispersion in urban areas from po int sources, line sources or area sources.
Urban Urban areas can be modelled as a sum of area sources (e.g., domestic and commercial emission. Specification of PM spatial and temporal characteristics is important for understanding PM adverse effects and policymaking.
We applied network analysis to Cited by: 7. Measurement and Analysis of Fine Particulate Matter (PM) in Urban Areas of Pakistan Anjum Rasheed1, Viney P.
Aneja1*, Anantha Aiyyer1, Uzaira Rafique2 1 Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NCUSAFile Size: 2MB.
Journal of Environment and Earth Science ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.4, No.8, Mapping Dispersion of Urban Air Particulate Matter Over Kirkuk City Using. In urban areas, most of households are located near arterial roads, which are exposure to fine particulate matter directly.
Hence, it is critical to understand the near-road fine particulate matter concentration and distribution for the purpose of health risk analysis. This paper applies artificial neural network to estimate the near-road fine Cited by: 6. Two air pollutants, oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter (PM10), are monitored and modelled employing Airviro air quality dispersion modelling system in Sheffield, United Kingdom.
The aim is to determine the most significant emission sources and their spatial variability. NOx emissions (ton/year) from road traffic, point and area sources for the year were, and Author: Said Munir, Martin Mayfield, Daniel Coca, Lyudmila S Mihaylova, Ogo Osammor.
Fuller, S. Bai, D. Eisinger, D. NiemeierPractical Mitigation Measures for Diesel Particulate Matter: Near-road Vegetation Barriers Contract AQ Developing Effective and Quantifiable Air Quality Mitigation Measures, University of California, Davis ()Cited by: A number of models are beginning to be examined as possible = candidates=20 for modelling particulate matter across the European Union.
These = range=20 from complex dispersion models to simple empirical relationships = derived=20 from the comparison of emissions and air quality. Recent studies suggest that the transportation sector is a major contributor to fine particulate matter (PM) in urban areas.
A growing body of literature indicates PM exposure can lead to adverse health effects, and that PM concentrations are often elevated close to roadways. The transportation sector produces PM emissions from combustion, brake wear, tire wear, and resuspended dust.1. Introduction. For over a decade, Particulate matter (PM) has remained the focus of longitudinal studies associating ambient pollution exposure with potential human health effects (Dai et al.,Cheng et al.,Anderson et al.,Dockery et al.,Kumar and Gurjar,Samet et al., ).Several sampling and analysis methodologies have evaluated the quality of urban PM for Cited by: Well-positioned and configured vegetation barriers (VBs) have been suggested as one of the green infrastructures that could improve near-road (local) air quality.
This is because of their influence on the underlying mechanisms: dispersion and mass removal (by deposition). Some studies have investigated air quality improvement by near-road vegetation barrier using the dispersion Cited by: