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Mock Midterm Exam
ENVE 4003/ENVE 5101
Closed Book and Closed Notes
Duration: 80 minutes
R = 8.314 J mol1 K1
g = 9.81 m s2
MWair = 29 g mol1
1 MW = 28 g m
September 15, 2016
ENVE 4003/5101 Air Pollution and Emissions Control
Tutorial 1 Questions
Learning Outcomes:
After this tutorial, students should:
Know the Ideal Gas Law, the definition of pressure, and the definition of density.
Know the barometric law
CHAPTER 3. SIMPLE MODELS
The concentrations of chemical species in the atmosphere are controlled by four types of
processes:
Emissions. Chemical species are emitted to the atmosphere by a variety of
sources. Some of these sources, such as fossil fuel comb
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric ev
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric ev
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric ev
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric evolution of a species X is given by the continuity equation
The atmospheric ev