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Title: Line source emission modelling
Authors: S M S Nagendra
Khare, Mukesh
Keywords: Vehicular pollutant
Deterministic models
Numerical models
Statistical models
Multilayer perceptron
Model limitations
Issue Date: 2002
Citation: Atmospheric Environment, 36(13), 2083-2098
Abstract: Line source emission modelling is an important tool in control and management of vehicular exhaust emissions (VEEs) in urban environment. The US Environmental Protection Agency and many other research institutes have developed a number of line source models (LSMs) to describe temporal and spatial distribution of VEEs on roadways. Most of these models are either deterministic and/or statistical in nature. This paper presents a review of LSMs used in carrying out dispersion studies of VEEs, based on deterministic, numerical, statistical and artificial neural network techniques. The limitations associated with deterministic and statistical approach are also discussed.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1042
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