A concise yet comprehensive book that can be read and used from cover to cover, presenting topics that are fundamental for environmental engineering students, engineers, and professionals in the fields of air pollution control engineering and management. Air Pollution Control Engineering for Environmental Engineers covers topics including regulatory approaches to managing air pollution, emissions calculations, and control technologies for various air pollutants. This textbook also presents practical and contemporary issues, such as fugitive component leak detection and repair (LDAR). Subjects in the specifications of Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineering (PE) exams are embedded in this book. Filled with real-world engineering design and calculation examples, the reader's understanding and common sense needed for air pollution control and management will be enhanced.
- Provides well-digested practical information for both engineering students and engineering professionals in the fields of air pollution control engineering and management.
- Written in a reader-friendly format for easy grasp of common sense needed for a successful engineering profession.
- Covers subjects in the specifications of Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and Professional Engineering (PE) exams relevant to air pollution control.
- Includes practical and meaningful engineering design and calculation examples.
Table of Contents
Air Pollution and Air Pollutants. Regulatory Approaches to Solving Air Pollution Problems. Combustion and Combustion Calculations. Emission Calculation Basic Principles. Emission Factors and Emissions Inventory. Emission Sampling and Monitoring. Atmospheric Dispersion and Meteorology. Emission Capturing Systems. Reduction of Particulates Emissions. Reduction of SOx Emissions. Reduction of NOx Emissions. Reduction of VOC Emissions. Reduction of CO Emissions. Reduction of Toxic and other HAP Emissions. Landfill Gas Management and Control. Odor Management and Control. Leak Detection and Repair of Fugitive Emissions Components. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Control. Indoor Air Pollution and Control. Index.
Dr. Jeff (Jih-Fen) Kuo worked in environmental engineering industries for over ten years before joining the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at California State University, Fullerton in 1995. Areas of research in environmental engineering include dechlorination of halogenated aromatics by ultrasound, fines/bacteria migration through porous media, biodegradability of heavy hydrocarbons, surface properties of composite mineral oxides, kinetics of activated carbon adsorption, wastewater filtration, THM formation potential of ion exchange resins, UV disinfection, sequential chlorination, nitrification/denitrification, removal of target compounds using nanoparticles, persulfate oxidation of persistent chemicals, microwave oxidation for wastewater treatment, landfill gas recovery and utilization, greenhouse gases control technologies, fugitive methane emissions from gas industry, and storm water runoff treatment. He received a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from National Taiwan University, an M.S. in chemical engineering from University of Wyoming, an M.S. in petroleum engineering, and an M.S. and a Ph.D. in environmental engineering from University of Southern California. He is a professional civil, mechanical, and chemical engineer registered in California.