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Химия в интересах устойчивого развития  / №4 2016

Black Carbon, Soot and Dust Particles in the Atmosphere of an Industrial City (300,00 руб.)

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Первый авторMikhailuta
АвторыLezhenin A.A.
Страниц7
ID449729
АннотацияIn this work, features of an arrangement and localization of the main sources of soot emissions on the territory of Krasnoyarsk city are considered. It is shown that under the conditions of the complex orography, the circumstances to forming high urban air pollution levels by dust, soot and black carbon are created. Thus, the stationary sources of Krasnoyarsk city throw out in air 129.8 thousand t of the polluting substances a year. Emissions from the largest enterprises amount to 91.9 % of total amount (47.2 % – RUSAL Krasnoyarsk OAO and 44.7 % – Heat Electropower Stations Nos. 1, 2, 3). The proportion of soot in the total amount of emissions amounts to 3 %. But despite this, features of the emission sources arrangement on the territory of the city can form a considerable human health risk level.
УДК504.064
Mikhailuta, S.V. Black Carbon, Soot and Dust Particles in the Atmosphere of an Industrial City / S.V. Mikhailuta, A.A. Lezhenin // Химия в интересах устойчивого развития .— 2016 .— №4 .— С. 26-32 .— URL: https://rucont.ru/efd/449729 (дата обращения: 26.10.2021)

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Химия в интересах устойчивого развития 24 (2016) 447–453 UDC 504.064 DOI: 10.15372/KhUR20160403 Black Carbon, Soot and Dust Particles in the Atmosphere of an Industrial City S. V. MIKHAILUTA1 and A. A. LEZHENIN2 1Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia E-mail: mikhailuta@gmail.com 2Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk E-mail: lezhenin@ommfao.sscc.ru Abstract In this work, features of an arrangement and localization of the main sources of soot emissions on the territory of Krasnoyarsk city are considered. <...> It is shown that under the conditions of the complex orography, the circumstances to forming high urban air pollution levels by dust, soot and black carbon are created. <...> Thus, the stationary sources of Krasnoyarsk city throw out in air 129.8 thousand t of the polluting substances a year. <...> Emissions from the largest enterprises amount to 91.9 % of total amount (47.2 % – RUSAL Krasnoyarsk OAO and 44.7 % – Heat Electropower Stations Nos. 1, 2, 3). <...> The proportion of soot in the total amount of emissions amounts to 3 %. <...> But despite this, features of the emission sources arrangement on the territory of the city can form a considerable human health risk level. <...> Keywords: black carbon, soot, sources of emissions, urban air pollution, air quality INTRODUCTION Krasnoyarsk is one of the largest cities of Russia with the population of more than 1 million [1]. <...> There are 649 industrial facilities and almost 6086 stationary sources in the territory of the city. <...> Starting with 1986, the inventory count of emissions in atmospheric air includes more and more the polluting substances. <...> Thus, the implementation of new techniques of performing measurements of the polluting substances in enterprises emissions leads to the information emergence on emissions of “new” substances while all these “new substances” initially were already present in them. © Mikhailuta S. V. and Lezhenin A. A., 2016 The environmental measures implemented from the federal and regional budgets are aimed at reducing the negative impact on atmospheric air from the industrial sector and in some cases this leads to a decrease in emission volumes (Table 1). <...> But, at the same time in 1986 in inventory count of emissions completely there was no information on amounts of emission of nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen oxide, methane and soot. <...> This article describes <...>