ENSC2415 - Air Quality Monitoring and Improvement
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Air Pollution control equipment and pollution prevention techniques for the control of point source gas/vapor and particulate emissions – including their effectiveness and operational limitations - are examined. Air dispersion modeling, point source, fugitive emissions and ambient air monitoring methods are also discussed. Because many of the methods used to monitor ambient air quality are similar to those used to assess indoor air quality, a portion of the course is devoted to techniques used to monitor indoor (e.g. workplace/residential) air quality as well. Laboratory exercises introduce point source manual monitoring, fugitive emissions monitoring, air emission assessments, operation and calibration of continuous analyzers and indoor air sampling techniques.
This course is available to students in the Biological Sciences Technology program. Prerequisites: ENSC2306, CHEM2368
||Jan 6 to Apr 24, 2020
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