By Zhongchao Tan
This textbook discusses engineering rules on the subject of pollution and greenhouse gases (GHGs); it specializes in engineering rules and designs of comparable units and gear for air emission keep an eye on for various industries reminiscent of power, chemical, and transportation industries. The e-book goals basically at senior undergraduate and graduate scholars in mechanical, chemical and/or environmental engineering departments; it may possibly even be used as a reference booklet via technical employees and layout engineers who're drawn to and want to have technical wisdom in pollution and GHGs. The publication is influenced by means of contemporary fast advances in pollution and greenhouse gasoline emissions and their regulate applied sciences. as well as vintage subject matters concerning pollution, this publication is additionally featured with rising themes concerning pollution and GHGs. It covers fresh advances in engineering ways to the relief of GHG emissions together with, yet are usually not constrained to, eco-friendly power applied sciences and carbon sequestration and garage. It additionally introduces an rising subject in pollution, that is often called Nano pollution. it's a turning out to be hindrance in pollution, yet mostly lacking in related books, most likely due to contemporary fast advances in nanotechnology has outpaced the advances in nano pollution control.
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3. The primary air quality standard for nitrogen dioxide (NO2) as an annual average is 100 μg/m3. What is the equivalent concentration in ppmv at 1 atm and 25 °C? 4. The exhaust gas from automobile contains 8,000 ppmv of carbon monoxide (CO). a. What is the equivalent concentration in g/m3 at 1 atm and 25 °C? b. 2 atm? 5. The exhaust gas from automobile contains 20 μg/m3 of lead. a. What is the equivalent concentration in ppmm at 1 atm and 25 °C? b. 1 atm? 6. At 25 °C and 1 atm pressure the ozone concentration at a monitoring site is 180 μg/m3.
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Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gases: From Basic Concepts to Engineering Applications for Air Emission Control by Zhongchao Tan