Air quality impacts of various heating systems in Ankara

Yavuzdemir, Filiz


Air quality impacts of electricity use in domestic heating: A comparative study for Ankara
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In this study, existing air quality affects of current domestic heating systems in comparison to the electricity use alternative in Ankara have been analysed. For the winter season 1991-1992 heat energy used in Ankara for domestic heating has been calculated. For the hypothetical case of electricity use instead of the current domestic heating systems in the city, Industrial Source Complex - Short Term dispersion model has been used for six site alternatives and for two different thermal power plant technolo...
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Citation Formats
F. Yavuzdemir, “Air quality impacts of various heating systems in Ankara,” Middle East Technical University, 1997.