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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 53  1994
Dispersion Patterns of Suspended Particulate Matters from Furnaces in Glass Industries: Seasonal and Meteorological Effects
S. DASGUPTA, S. SEN AND R. DAs
Pages : 44-48
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1994.10804629
Abstract
The area of the present study covers the glass industries at Firozabad, the glass town, which lies in the pollution sensitive area of Taj trapezium. The objective is to estimate the dispersion of stack emitted particulate matters in different wind-Dow conditions (viz. low, average and high turbulent conditions or on calm conditions). Seasonal and meteoro-logical effects on dispersion and the spatial distribution of ground level concentrations were interpreted on the basis ofBosanquet Model of dispersion. A software on IBM PC compatible system has been developed to take care of all the computations concerned and to draw the wind rose and equipollution rose from the base data.
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