Gršić, Zoran J.

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Modeling air concentration of fly ash in Belgrade, emitted from thermal power plants TNTA and TNTB

Nikezić, Dušan; Gršić, Zoran J.; Dramlić, Dragan M.; Dramlić, Stefan D.; Lončar, Boris B.; Dimović, Slavko

(2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nikezić, Dušan
AU  - Gršić, Zoran J.
AU  - Dramlić, Dragan M.
AU  - Dramlić, Stefan D.
AU  - Lončar, Boris B.
AU  - Dimović, Slavko
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1450
AB  - The aim of the study was to estimate if dust/fly ash emitted into the atmosphere from chimneys and the ash disposal sites of the thermal power plants Nikola Tesla A and B in Obrenovac could increase the concentration of PM10 in New Belgrade. TNTA and TNTB are close to Belgrade (population of 2.5 million) and it is important to estimate the amount of the pollution emitted into the atmosphere from these sources. The pollution from chimneys is estimated from yearly amounts of discharge, while the lifting of ash/coal dust was parameterized by the model. The used model is the straight-line Gaussian plume model written in the Fortran programming language. The first estimation was done using mathematical modeling for the idealized situation with prescribed winds and stability. The second estimation was done using the observed meteorological data for the whole year of 2009. With strong winds (over 40 km/h), dust will reach Belgrade in dozens of minutes, while during moderate winds (similar to 10-30 km/h), it would take about one hour to reach it. In these cases atmosphere is close to the neutral stability class. In case of weaker winds and stable atmosphere, the increase of air dust concentration in Belgrade would start after a few hours (6-10). Regarding the other two sources of pollution, coal handling piles and ash deposit sites, during strong winds ( GT 40 km/h) and neutral stability, fly ash would reach Belgrade in several dozen of minutes. (C) 2016 Published by Elsevier B.V. on behalf of Institution of Chemical Engineers.
T2  - Process Safety and Environmental Protection
T1  - Modeling air concentration of fly ash in Belgrade, emitted from thermal power plants TNTA and TNTB
VL  - 106
SP  - 274
EP  - 283
DO  - 10.1016/j.psep.2016.06.009
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nikezić, Dušan and Gršić, Zoran J. and Dramlić, Dragan M. and Dramlić, Stefan D. and Lončar, Boris B. and Dimović, Slavko",
year = "2017",
abstract = "The aim of the study was to estimate if dust/fly ash emitted into the atmosphere from chimneys and the ash disposal sites of the thermal power plants Nikola Tesla A and B in Obrenovac could increase the concentration of PM10 in New Belgrade. TNTA and TNTB are close to Belgrade (population of 2.5 million) and it is important to estimate the amount of the pollution emitted into the atmosphere from these sources. The pollution from chimneys is estimated from yearly amounts of discharge, while the lifting of ash/coal dust was parameterized by the model. The used model is the straight-line Gaussian plume model written in the Fortran programming language. The first estimation was done using mathematical modeling for the idealized situation with prescribed winds and stability. The second estimation was done using the observed meteorological data for the whole year of 2009. With strong winds (over 40 km/h), dust will reach Belgrade in dozens of minutes, while during moderate winds (similar to 10-30 km/h), it would take about one hour to reach it. In these cases atmosphere is close to the neutral stability class. In case of weaker winds and stable atmosphere, the increase of air dust concentration in Belgrade would start after a few hours (6-10). Regarding the other two sources of pollution, coal handling piles and ash deposit sites, during strong winds ( GT 40 km/h) and neutral stability, fly ash would reach Belgrade in several dozen of minutes. (C) 2016 Published by Elsevier B.V. on behalf of Institution of Chemical Engineers.",
journal = "Process Safety and Environmental Protection",
title = "Modeling air concentration of fly ash in Belgrade, emitted from thermal power plants TNTA and TNTB",
volume = "106",
pages = "274-283",
doi = "10.1016/j.psep.2016.06.009"
}
Nikezić, D., Gršić, Z. J., Dramlić, D. M., Dramlić, S. D., Lončar, B. B.,& Dimović, S.. (2017). Modeling air concentration of fly ash in Belgrade, emitted from thermal power plants TNTA and TNTB. in Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 106, 274-283.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psep.2016.06.009
Nikezić D, Gršić ZJ, Dramlić DM, Dramlić SD, Lončar BB, Dimović S. Modeling air concentration of fly ash in Belgrade, emitted from thermal power plants TNTA and TNTB. in Process Safety and Environmental Protection. 2017;106:274-283.
doi:10.1016/j.psep.2016.06.009 .
Nikezić, Dušan, Gršić, Zoran J., Dramlić, Dragan M., Dramlić, Stefan D., Lončar, Boris B., Dimović, Slavko, "Modeling air concentration of fly ash in Belgrade, emitted from thermal power plants TNTA and TNTB" in Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 106 (2017):274-283,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psep.2016.06.009 . .
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Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Impacts of a Reactor Through the Air

Nikezić, Dušan; Lončar, Boris B.; Gršić, Zoran J.; Dimović, Slavko

(2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nikezić, Dušan
AU  - Lončar, Boris B.
AU  - Gršić, Zoran J.
AU  - Dimović, Slavko
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/401
AB  - This paper presents an algorithm for the calculation of internal and external doses as an integral part of the mathematical model of atmospheric dispersion. The air pollution dispersion model is used on average annual activity concentration in the air, deposition on soil and field of total annual dose to a hypothetical resident contaminated by air in the vicinity of a nuclear reactor. The results of modeling were compared with values from an IAEA publication for a given scenario of radionuclide emission to the atmospheric boundary layer. Due to small differences in the results, compared to the IAEA recommended model, the model presented in the paper can be used as a basis for this type of analysis.
T2  - Nuclear technology and radiation protection
T1  - Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Impacts of a Reactor Through the Air
VL  - 29
IS  - 4
SP  - 268
EP  - 273
DO  - 10.2298/NTRP1404268N
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nikezić, Dušan and Lončar, Boris B. and Gršić, Zoran J. and Dimović, Slavko",
year = "2014",
abstract = "This paper presents an algorithm for the calculation of internal and external doses as an integral part of the mathematical model of atmospheric dispersion. The air pollution dispersion model is used on average annual activity concentration in the air, deposition on soil and field of total annual dose to a hypothetical resident contaminated by air in the vicinity of a nuclear reactor. The results of modeling were compared with values from an IAEA publication for a given scenario of radionuclide emission to the atmospheric boundary layer. Due to small differences in the results, compared to the IAEA recommended model, the model presented in the paper can be used as a basis for this type of analysis.",
journal = "Nuclear technology and radiation protection",
title = "Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Impacts of a Reactor Through the Air",
volume = "29",
number = "4",
pages = "268-273",
doi = "10.2298/NTRP1404268N"
}
Nikezić, D., Lončar, B. B., Gršić, Z. J.,& Dimović, S.. (2014). Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Impacts of a Reactor Through the Air. in Nuclear technology and radiation protection, 29(4), 268-273.
https://doi.org/10.2298/NTRP1404268N
Nikezić D, Lončar BB, Gršić ZJ, Dimović S. Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Impacts of a Reactor Through the Air. in Nuclear technology and radiation protection. 2014;29(4):268-273.
doi:10.2298/NTRP1404268N .
Nikezić, Dušan, Lončar, Boris B., Gršić, Zoran J., Dimović, Slavko, "Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Impacts of a Reactor Through the Air" in Nuclear technology and radiation protection, 29, no. 4 (2014):268-273,
https://doi.org/10.2298/NTRP1404268N . .
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