Quantitative estimate of the air quality impacts of methanol fuel use
Armistead G. Russell, Carnegie-Mellon University, California. Air Resources Board, Carnegie-Mellon University. Mechanical Engineering Dept
Carnegie Mellon University, 1989 - Air quality management - 225 pages
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acid Adv Conv ADV METH aerosol nitrate air parcel airshed model ambient AQMP atmospheric base BASE1 basin benzene boundary conditions calculations CFVs CH4O chemical kinetics chemical mechanism conventionally fueled vehicles conversion converted to methanol cycloalkenes decrease diesel dinitrocresol effects elemental carbon emission factors emission rate emitted exposure Figure formaldehyde formaldehyde emissions fraction Full Meth g/mi gasoline HCHO emissions ig nr3 impact increased initial conditions inputs M85 fuel measured methanol fueled vehicles methanol utilization MFV exhaust MFV penetration mobile sources modeling region motor vehicles nitric acid Norco NOx emissions olefins on-road mobile sources ozone concentrations ozone formation ozone levels particulate matter Pasadena peak ozone peroxyacetyl nitrate photochemical PMio pollutant concentrations predicted ozone reactions reactivity ROG emissions Rubidoux San Bernardino SAPRC SAPRC/ERT mechanism SCAQMD scenarios simulations smog chamber SoCAB spatial species stationary sources sulfate switching to methanol Table trajectory model vehicle emissions vehicle fleet