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Main Title Experimental Studies of Diffusion in the Atmosphere of Cold Ventilation Emissions from Viscose Fiber Plants (Eksperimentalnye Issledovaniya Rasseivaniya v Atmosfere Kholodnykh Ventilyatsionnykh Vybrosov Predpriyatii Viskoznogo Volokna).
Author Vdovin, B. I. ; Zrazhevskii, I. M. ; Kuzmina, T. A. ; Onikul, R. I. ; Pavlenko., A. A. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
Year Published 1971
Report Number EPA-TR-73-647B ;APTIC-48306;
Stock Number PB-258 715-T
Additional Subjects Air pollution ; Textile industry ; Industrial wastes ; Carbon disulfide ; Hydrogen sulfide ; Meteorological data ; Atmospheric diffusion ; USSR ; Translations ; Cold effluents
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-258 715-T Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 20p
Regularities in the atmospheric distribution of emissions from plants with cold and low emissions have until recently remained little studied. The standardizing documents used in the Soviet Union to calculate the diffusion of pollutants contain a number of limitations regarding their application for chemical and other plants. In 1966-1968, four comprehensive expeditions to study the atmospheric diffusion of carbon disulfide and hydrogen sulfide from viscose fiber plants in Cherkassy, Krasnoyarsk and Balakovo were conducted. The main purpose of the expeditions was to obtain experimental material for developing and extending a method of calculating diffusion in the atmosphere of cold ventilation emissions.