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|Title: ||ESTIMATION OF A QUANTITATIVE AIR-QUALITY IMPACT ASSESSMENT SCORE FOR A THERMAL POWER-PLANT|
|Authors: ||PATIL, SB|
|Issue Date: ||1990|
|Publisher: ||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Citation: ||ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT PART B-URBAN ATMOSPHERE, 24(3), 443-448|
|Abstract: ||A case study on air quality impact assessment for a proposed expansion of a thermal power plant situated in Bombay is presented. The major aim was to finally estimate a total impact assessment score, which is easy for interpretation and communication. The assessment variables chosen for the power plant are concentration levels of the pollutants SO2, NO(x) and total suspended particulate matter (TSP), as well as visibility, episode potential and noise. The changes in these parameters for future years, 'with' and 'without' the power plant, have been estimated. The parameter estimates are then normalized in commensurate units to get a final impact assessment score.|
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