Analysis of transient particulate emissions in jet engine exhausts
"It is recognized that fuel emissions from the jet engines and rocket launches can contribute to the depletion of the protective ozone layer that filters the harmful ultra violet rays from reaching the earth's surface. Aerosols are the tiny particles suspended in the atmosphere that interact both directly and indirectly with the earth's radiation budget and climate. These aerosols are estimated to be the trace pollutants in the jet engine emissions...This thesis includes the study of the jet engine exhausts at the Barksdale Air Force Base at Shreveport, Louisiana, USA, followed by the performance evaluation of UMR built Radiant DMA (Appendix A, B, C and D)."--Introduction, leaf 1.
M.S. in Chemistry
University of Missouri--Rolla
xi, 110 leaves
© 2004 Sesha Krishna Kattamuri, All rights reserved.
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Aerosols -- Analysis
Aircraft exhaust emissions -- Environmental aspects
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Kattamuri, Sesha Krishna, "Analysis of transient particulate emissions in jet engine exhausts" (2004). Masters Theses. 2651.
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