MULTIPLE POINT SOURCE DISPERSION ANALYSIS OF CO, NO2, PM10 AND SO2 FROM PAITON POWER PLANT USING CALPUFFJournal: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) (Vol.9, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2018-01-27
Authors : ARIE DIPAREZA SYAFEI RESKA PUTRI TANSIDA ANUNG WURI;
Page : 837-846
Keywords : Air dispersion; Multiple Point Source; Coal Power Plant; and CALPUFF.;
The flue gas from burning coal consists of SO2, NO2, CO, and particulate matter (PM10). When this flue gas leaves the stack it is dispersed vertically and horizontally. This dispersion can cause air pollution inside or outside of the power plant area. This research investigated the dispersion of CO, NO2, PM10, and SO2 emitted from the Paiton power plant complex in Indonesia. Some scenarios involved individual CO, NO2, PM10, and SO2 emission rates in minimum, average, and maximum conditions. The dispersion was in each case was modeled using a CALPUFF model. The results show that the dispersion of the air pollutants are still considered safe and will not harm humans, animals, or plants even when the power plant emits its maximum emission load.
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