Examination of a particulate matter PM10 immission model in the environment around road transport routes
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Behaviouristic models of the immission of particulate matter PM10 have been analysed in this paper. One-dimensional models based on an assumption of linear dependence of the particulate matter PM10 immission on the nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide immissions have been examined. Results of an empirical survey of pollutant immissions, carried out at the "Warszawa-Komunikacyjna" air quality monitoring station in Warsaw at Al. Niepodległości, have been used to identify the model coefficients. The model coefficients have been identified for sets covering the measurement results taken for the whole year and individual months. As a result of the examination carried out, strong correlation between the sets examined as well as significant non.repeatability of both the coefficients of correlation of the sets examined and the model coefficients have been revealed. It has been ascertained that the identification of behaviouristic models of the particulate matter PM10 immission must be statistically treated for the categories describing the properties of pollutant emission sources and the pollutant dissemination conditions.
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