For the analysis of the monitoring results, we will use a small scale Lagrangian model and two-dimensional (2D) observational winds to associate ambient H2S, SO2, and CO2 measurements with local emission sources. Given the closeness of our monitoring sites to the industrial parks, our 2D Lagrangian calculation can genuinely represent direction of pollution dispersion from the emission source. We focus on cases when vertical transport is weak and the emissions from the industrial parks is kept close to the surface. These very polluted cases are the targets of our 2D Lagrangian calculations. The model simulations combined with high-resolution monitoring data will be able to quantify emissions of H2S, SO2, and CO2 from the Sixth Naptha Cracking Industrial Park.
|Effective start/end date||1/08/15 → 31/07/16|
- Sixth Naptha Cracking Industrial Park
- hydrogen sulfide
- sulfur dioxide
- carbon dioxide
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