Air Pollution in a Sulphuric Acid Plant
The effects of continuous and intermittent sources of air pollution in a sulphuric acid plant are experimentally investigated. The deviation between time-average concentrations and the prediction of various stack dispersion formulae depends on the down-wind distance and the range of wind velocity. Correction coefficients are suggested for adopting such equations for the estimation of long term pollution.
KeywordsWind Speed Wind Velocity Correction Coefficient Process Area Maximum Average Minimum
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