Examination of the Multiplier Used to Estimate PM 2 . 5 Fugitive Dust Emissions from PM 10

@inproceedings{Pace2005ExaminationOT,
  title={Examination of the Multiplier Used to Estimate PM 2 . 5 Fugitive Dust Emissions from PM 10},
  author={Thompson G. Pace},
  year={2005}
}
Background and Overview The major sources of fugitive dust emissions are paved and unpaved roads, construction, agricultural operations, minerals industries and wind erosion from both agricultural and non agricultural lands. Fugitive dust in the ambient air is predominantly comprised of coarse particles (between 10 and 2.5um) and is a relatively minor part of fine PM, i.e., PM2.5. However, the emissions inventory suggests that about one half of primary PM2.5 emissions are from fugitive dust… CONTINUE READING

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