A variant of a spatial dispersion pollutants
Information and Control in Power Systems, Volume # 1 | Part# 1
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partial derivative equations,state variables,Taylor series,numerical integration,pollutants dispersion
In this paper a possible extension and the use of Taylor series for the numerical modelling and simulation of some processes which can be described in terms of second order partial derivative equations which depend on four independent variable is developed (Bellomo, and Preziosi, 1995; Farlow, 1982). One of these processes may be experienced in the field of pollutants dispersion. In power plants, stacks are usually not instrumented to measure pollutants emision, thus the available emission data is always very limited and often uncertain and imprecise. The mathematical models are developed to describe the air pollution dispersion from a power plant stack.
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