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Particulate Matter

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Particulate Matter - PM
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    • Particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) is a criteria air pollutant providing a useful indicator to assess the impact of the WTC disaster on air quality. The objective of this initial analysis is to use a geostatistical approach to estimate particulate matter over space and time in the surroundings of the WTC site in order to assess the ability of available monitoring data to reconstruct the plume of air toxics released by the collapse of the towers and the ensuing fires...

    Marc Serreet al. Spatiotemporal analysis of particulate matter following the WTC disast...

    • Particulate matter is a significant source of pollution from diesel engines and occurs when fuel burns in air deficit atmosphere, which is typical of diesel combustion with heterogeneous combustion. Particulate matter forms as a result of thermal cracking of fuel molecules under air deficiency. This leads to division of oxygen under acetylene and through polymerization to carbon rich macromolecules, which then agglomerate into the final particulates (Pischinger and Baker 2003)...

    P. A. Lakshminarayananet al. Particulate Matter from Direct Injection Diesel Engines

    • Particulate matter is a complex mixture of extremely small particles and liquid droplets. It is a diverse pollutant class whose excessive presence in indoor air contributes to an array of adverse health and material-damage effects...

    Liwei Tianet al. DEPOSITION MECHANISM AND INFLUENCING FACTORS OF PARTICULATE MATTER PEN...

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