Emission factor


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Emission factor

Quantity of a substance or substances released from a given area or mass of a material at a set point in time such as milligrams per square meter per hour.
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The mission is to study in depth the life cycle analysis (lca) reports for the components that make up the photovoltaic module, to determine co2-equivalent emission factor values.
We estimated the default emission factor base from the IPCC guidelines for the recommended population subgroup (i.
where EF is the emission factor (percentage of the total fertiliser N applied that was emitted as [N.
2] emission factor by transportation mode, calculated by (5), is defined to show the application amount of low carbon energy sources.
Cemex has become a leading user of alternative fuels in the cement industry, the company noted in its 2014 Sustainable Development Report, replacing traditional fuels like petcoke and coal with those that have a lower carbon emission factor as well as carbon neutral alternatives, such as biomass residues.
Precombustion and generation energy consumption and emissions were aggregated to calculate the overall primary energy conversion rate and emission factor for each non-baseload generation plant.
This paper goes beyond annual emission factor approaches to look at monthly distribution of electricity consumption, power generation, and resulting emissions for a range of GSHP system designs.
An emission factor is a representative value that seeks to relate the amount of a contaminant emitted onto the atmosphere with an amount associated to the launching of this contaminant.
Authors have calculated and investigated the development of the emission factor of passenger car units in different countries:
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