ABSTRACT

Liu, J.; Peng, J.; Huang, F.; Liu, X., and Luo, Y., 2018. Influence of harbor cement production on the concentration of solid suspension in the surrounding atmosphere. In: Liu Z.L. and Mi C. (eds.), Advances in Sustainable Port and Ocean Engineering. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 83, pp. 309–315. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

At present, the production of harbor cement has a very serious negative impact on the surrounding air environment. Therefore, a method for studying the concentration of solid suspension in the atmosphere based on AERMOD model is proposed. According to the statistical data and monitoring data of pollutant emission amount of cement production, this kind pollutant is analyzed, and the relationship between pollutant emission intensity and the measured concentration of atmospheric environment is established; harbor cement production is simulated by using the AERMOD mode, to calculate the influence degree of harbor cement production on the suspended solids concentration in the atmosphere surrounding. Experiments show that when the discharge diameter is 2.458 μm, the mass concentration of particulate matter is the maximum of 2.353 mg/m. Based on the results, the distribution characteristics of pollutants in the harbor cement production enterprises can be grasped, to effectively improve the harbor cement production process from the source.

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