Surveying the Impacts of Hartsfield-Jackson Airport on PM and Ozone in Atlanta Area .


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Assessing the Impacts of Hartsfield-Jackson Airport on PM and Ozone in Atlanta Area. Alper Unal, Talat Odman and Ted Russell School of Civil & Environmental Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology 2004 CMAS Workshop October 18 – 20 2004 Chapel Hill, NC. Objectives.
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Surveying the Impacts of Hartsfield-Jackson Airport on PM and Ozone in Atlanta Area Alper Unal, Talat Odman and Ted Russell School of Civil & Environmental Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology 2004 CMAS Workshop October 18 – 20 2004 Chapel Hill, NC Georgia Institute of Technology

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Objectives Determine the effect of flying machine discharges on local air quality for PM 2.5 and O 3 Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Annual LTO > 420,000 Improve Emissions Estimation and Processing for Aircrafts PM 2.5 estimation Temporal and Spatial Distribution Georgia Institute of Technology

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Hartsfield-Jackson Airport (Courtesy of City of Atlanta Department of Aviation) Georgia Institute of Technology

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Emissions Inventory Fall Line Air Quality Study [August 11-20 2000] Meteorological information Emissions Data (EDMS 4.01) PM 2.5 Estimation (Method1) General Aviation, Air Taxi, Military Aviation =>EF from EPA (ERG, 2003) Commercial Air Aviation => Ratio wrt. Air Taxi VOC Georgia Institute of Technology

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Emissions Inventory First Order Approximation (Method2) Developed by FAA (Wayson and Fleming, 2001) Characteristic Level (Corrected mean for test outcomes) Georgia Institute of Technology

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Emissions Inventory Georgia Institute of Technology

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Annual PM Emissions Temporal Distribution Spatial Distribution Speciation Annual Gas Emissions Air Quality Model Ready Emissions Processing Georgia Institute of Technology

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Emissions Processing Georgia Institute of Technology

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Aircraft Impact - Ozone Method2 Method1 Maximum affectability of provincial fixations to air ship outflows Georgia Institute of Technology

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Aircraft Impact - PM 2.5 Method2 Method1 Maximum affectability of local focuses to air ship emanations Georgia Institute of Technology

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GSE Impact - PM 2.5 PM 2.5 Ozone Maximum affectability of local focuses to Ground Support Equipment discharges Georgia Institute of Technology

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Findings PM 2.5 discharges estimation technique were enhanced Emissions handling structure has been produced Method1 evaluations of flying machine discharges are overestimated Preliminary examination demonstrates effect of Hartsfield on EC and OC in southern metro districts Georgia Institute of Technology

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