SOURCE APPORTIONMENT FOR CARBONACEOUS AEROSOL USING CEB, MLR AND EI.

Jitendra J. Shah, James Huntzicker

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Abstract

For the study and control of particulate pollution, the nature and sources of particulate matter need to be understood. The control strategies in the past have been based on Emission Inventories (EI) which do not include chemical characterization, secondary and fugitive emissions, and source fluctuations. Physical and chemical characterization of ambient particulate matter has been carried out for a number of years; however, source apportionment using this information is relatively new. Receptor models have been evaluated and applied for source apportionment over the past ten years. This paper reports on a study to evaluate the applicability of chemical elemental balance (CEB), multiple linear regression (MLR) and chemical species specific emission inventory (EI), to quantify sources of carbon in the Portland, Oregon airshed. Refs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings, Annual Meeting - Air Pollution Control Association
PublisherAPCA
Volume5
StatePublished - 1984
Externally publishedYes

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Linear regression
Aerosols
Pollution
Carbon

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Shah, J. J., & Huntzicker, J. (1984). SOURCE APPORTIONMENT FOR CARBONACEOUS AEROSOL USING CEB, MLR AND EI. In Proceedings, Annual Meeting - Air Pollution Control Association (Vol. 5). APCA.

SOURCE APPORTIONMENT FOR CARBONACEOUS AEROSOL USING CEB, MLR AND EI. / Shah, Jitendra J.; Huntzicker, James.

Proceedings, Annual Meeting - Air Pollution Control Association. Vol. 5 APCA, 1984.

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Shah, JJ & Huntzicker, J 1984, SOURCE APPORTIONMENT FOR CARBONACEOUS AEROSOL USING CEB, MLR AND EI. in Proceedings, Annual Meeting - Air Pollution Control Association. vol. 5, APCA.
Shah JJ, Huntzicker J. SOURCE APPORTIONMENT FOR CARBONACEOUS AEROSOL USING CEB, MLR AND EI. In Proceedings, Annual Meeting - Air Pollution Control Association. Vol. 5. APCA. 1984
Shah, Jitendra J. ; Huntzicker, James. / SOURCE APPORTIONMENT FOR CARBONACEOUS AEROSOL USING CEB, MLR AND EI. Proceedings, Annual Meeting - Air Pollution Control Association. Vol. 5 APCA, 1984.
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