PM10


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PM10

Organic particles, or particulate matter, as in smoke, measuring between 2.5 and 10 microns in diameter.

PM10

A general term for organic air pollutants measuring less than 10 µm in diameter, which are linked to increased respiratory morbidity and mortality.
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For vehicular emission inventory, the relevant emission factors (in g/km units) for pollutants PM10 have been collected from available literature [1, 8,9]
Knowing the importance of measuring the concentrations of PM10 at Bogota city, it is important to mention that in order to implement this study; firstly, it was necessary to achieve a construction of a database that took as input particulate material PM10 which was supplied by the Network for Monitoring air quality in Bogota (Red de Monitoreo de Calidad de Aire).
The study of ambient air pollution in China indicated adverse respiratory effects including cough and phlegm in school going children due to long term exposure to PM10 and NO2 concentration.
Results show there were significant association between PM10 and VOCs with the abnormality of FEV1%among study respondents (p=0.
La primera parte muestra los modelos de serie de tiempo estimados para cada contaminante; la segunda parte reporta el analisis de modelos de intervencion, tambien para cada contaminante (NO2, SO2, CO, PM10, O3).
In the UAE, the high level PM10 comes mostly from dust, and most international studies for PM10 are based on carbon levels, not dust," he added.
La concentracion de PM10 se determino por el metodo gravimetrico, segun lo establecido en el Metodo de referencia de la CFR para determinar materia particulado en la atmosfera menor de 10 micrometros (Code of Federal Regulations.
En uno de ellos [6], se realiza una comparacion entre un modelo de Red Neuronal con funcion de activacion tipo sigmoide con el algoritmo Backpropagation y un modelo lineal, para pronosticar el nivel de PM10 maximo del dia siguiente y posteriormente ser clasificado como bueno, malo o critico.
The WHO tabulation ranks cities by the annual mean volume of PM10.
5 and PM10 affect every aspect of agriculture, not only cotton gins but also cattle feedlots and farming operations.
El area de estudio fueron cuatro zonas de Medellin que cumplieron con el siguiente requisito respecto a la concentracion de particulas respirables PM10 segun la normativa vigente para Colombia, asi: