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Lecture 4: Estimating Emissions
Objective:
To define emission factors
To appropriately select and apply
emission factors
To describe the limitations of emission
factors
To describe and apply a fra
Air Pollution Regulations
Objective:
To identify and classify air pollution
regulations.
Lecture Notes adapted from
H.C. Frey and A.P. Greishop
Air Pollution Regulations
Some Examples:
Clean Air Act:
CE 479/579 Air Quality:
Introduction to Air Quality
Spring, 2016
Introduction
Objectives:
Define terminology
Define air pollution
Describe a general framework for
categorizing air pollution problem
Dispersion Modeling Pt. 1
Objective:
Quantify atmospheric pollutant
concentrations using a dispersion model
approach
Lecture Notes adapted A.P. Greishop
https:/archive.org/details/HSF-photo-sts068-21
Air Quality Meteorology Pt. 1
Objective:
Describe layers of the atmosphere
Quantify vertical mixing
Describe mixing heights
Lecture Notes adapted A.P. Greishop
Scale of Meteorology and Air Pollutio
Mass balances and Box Models
Objective:
Define air quality system or box
Write a mass balance
Use box model to relate pollutant
concentrations and emissions
Lecture Notes adapted A.P. Greishop
Gene
Transport time scales + box model
practice
Objective:
Calculate/understand transport time scales
for box models
Apply concepts in several box model
examples
Lecture Notes adapted A.P. Greishop
Need
CE 479/579: Air Quality
Spring 2017
Homework #1
Due Friday, January 27 in class
NOTES: Use an appropriate number of significant figures and always show units when reporting your
answers. ppm refers to
CE 479/579: Air Quality
Spring 2017
Homework #4 (Due Wednesday, March 22nd, in class)
NOTES: You can refer to De Nevers Ch. 6 (posted on moodle) in completing this assignment. Use the appropriate
numb
CE 479/579: Air Quality
Spring 2017
Homework #3
Due Wednesday, February 24th, in class
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Probability and Statistics I (MAT651)
1. Axiomatic Foundations, The Calculus of Probabilities, Counting, Enumerating
Outcomes. Conditional Probability and Independence
2. Random Variables, Distributio
Statistics Qualifying Exam for MAT 651/652
August, 2009
1. Let X1 , X2 , . . . , X10 be a random sample of size 10 from a continuous uniform distribution on
(0, 2). Let W = X(10) X(1) where X(10) is t
Topology Qualifying Exam
Topics Covered
MAT 661
Point Set Topology
Topological Spaces: Topologies, neighborhoods, basis, closure operations, continuity,
product and quotient topologies.
Topological Pr
Topology Qualifying Exam
August 23, 2010
Do all of the following problems.
1. Let X be a topological space.
(a) (5 points) Dene what it means to say that X is regular.
(b) (10 points) Give a complete
Topology Qualifying Exam
January 9, 2009
Do all of the following problems each of which is worth 20 points.
1. Let X be a topological space.
(a) Dene what it means to say that X is compact.
(b) State
T OPOLOGY QUALIFYING EXAM
AUGUST 2009
There are six problems. Begin y our a nswer to any p roblem on a n ew p age in y our blue
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August 2008
Qualifying Examination
Topology
Problems 1-4 consist of true or false statements. Each statement is to be proved or
disproved with brief but complete reasoning. Provide definitions of all
Topology Qualifying Exam
August 20, 2007
Do all of the following problems.
1. (20 points) Let X be a set.
(a) Dene what it means to say that the collection B of subsets of X is a basis for
a topology