A Dual-Purpose Air Pollution Alert and Implementation System for the Greater Tel Aviv Area
The first thermal power plant in Tel Aviv was constructed in the 1930’s, about 2 miles north of the town. The capacity of the plant (Reading A) was 36 MW and the stack height reached 33m. Twenty years later, two 50 MW units (Reading B) were constructed at the same site, each unit connected to a 53 m. high stack. Two 20 MW units (Reading C) were added in the mid fifties, at a site located about 2 miles east of Reading A and B, close to a newly-built residential area.
KeywordsMobile Unit Implementation Procedure Warning Status Meteorological Forecast Average Average Average
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