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Publication Year

2008

Abstract

With the assistance of Assistant Professor Jeff Cunningham (Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, USF) a study was carried out pertaining to the amount of CO and NOx pollutants emitted from a highway having two lanes in each direction. The receptor of the pollutants is a hypothetical housing development located near the highway. The concentrations were found by utilizing information regarding meteorological conditions, estimated emissions rates, and distances from the highway less than or equaling 2 km.

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Mathematics Commons

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Advisors:

Leslaw Skrzypek, Mathematics and Statistics

Jeff Cunningham, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Problem Suggester:

Jeff Cunningham