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Risk simulation of nanomaterials pollution in power engineering

A.A.Bayramov1

Institute of Physics Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Baku, Azerbaijan

The International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences 2010, 15(1), 19-26. https://doi.org/10.3970/icces.2010.015.019

Abstract

As we know, anthropogenic activities of Power Engineering create wastewater and air pollution, lead to aerosol attenuation of solar radiation and to growth of entropy on the Earth and, as result, climate change. The human Power activities disturb heat and entropy balance and impair ecology. Also, this leads to greenhouse effect and, as result, to climate change. Wastewater in river and sea basins as well as air pollution can influence an exchange of energy between sunlight on the Earth and long-wave radiation leaving in space.
In the paper the role of nanomaterials pollution in Power Engineering is analyzed. We have carried out the procedure of risk analysis and vulnerability of territories to Power Engineering pollution, specifically, nanomaterials impact on an environment. The mathematical methods of simulation of the individual risks are considered for the purpose of nanomaterials risk reduction and remediation. At last, we have carried out researches at a plant of polymeric materials (and nanomaterials), located near to Baku. We have made assessment the individual risk of person affection and constructed the map of equal isolines and zones of individual risk for a plant of polymeric materials and nanomaterials.

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, A. (2010). Risk simulation of nanomaterials pollution in power engineering. The International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences, 15(1), 19–26.



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