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Air quality impact study of the new Gas Combined Heat and Power Plant Zagreb

Author(s): V. Jelavic & H. Sucic

Abstract:
This paper presents the existing air quality situation in the City of Zagreb and the contribution of different groups of sources (public power plants, households and commercial, industry and traffic) to pollution, evaluated by urban air pollution model.

The impact of new GCC unit in the TE-TO Zagreb plant on air pollution was superimposed on the existing situation.

The calculations show that the contribution of upgraded TE-TO to the average long term concentrations is very low, but the contribution to short term NO2 concentrations could reach recommended limit values if NO% concentration in flue gases of the new unit would be about 100 mg/m^. 1.

Introduction Central District Heating Plant Zagreb (TE-TO Zagreb) is situated in the south- east part of Zagreb, ...

Pages: 10
Size: 1,180 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960401

 

 

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