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  • The analysis of unorganized dust emissions in the atmosphere of the city from the electrosteel-smelting shop

    In article metallurgical production as the metallurgy is one of the main sources of technogenic environmental pollution and a working zone is considered. Authors have described the main sources of formation of fine dust by results of which the analysis of fractional structure of the dust particles which are allocated during the operation of the arc melting furnace has been carried out. The submitted data demonstrate that the dust coming to rooms of the shop has the sizes from 3 to 18 microns. The share of mass of particles with sizes less than 10 microns in air of the electrosteel-smelting shop makes from 15%.

    Keywords: fine dust, disperse analysis, sources of formation of dust, steel-smelting furnace, metallurgical dust

  • Research of influence of ventilation on formation of temperature and high-speed fields in the electrosteel-smelting shop

    For a research of features of formation of temperature and high-speed fields in volume of the electrosteel-smelting shop at various ways of distribution of stitched air the three-dimensional non-stationary model is used. By results of the made numerical experiment for the description of spatial distribution of air and thermal streams in the shop it is established that the most rational way of supply of stitched air in the considered shops is the way of "flooding of a working zone".

    Keywords: microclimate, all-exchange ventilation, air distributor, convective streams, stitched streams, electrosteel-smelting furnaces, speed, temperature

  • Studies of dustiness in a residential area located near industrial enterprises with PM10 and PM2.5 particles

    Air pollution in residential areas near industrial plants is one of the most significant problems of modern ecology. The resulting dust is one of the important factors in assessing the adverse impact on the environment. Studies show that the greatest danger to the human body is particles up to 10 microns in size. When analyzing the dispersion of dust in the residential and industrial areas, it is possible to estimate the percentage of particles PM10 and PM2.5 from the total amount that is necessary to effectively control the effects of dust on human health. The article gives a comparative analysis of the results of studies of the dispersion composition and dust concentration in the air of the working zone and the urban environment.

    Keywords: sources of pollution, atmospheric air, dispersed analysis, PM10, PM2.5, dust, microscopic method, laser method, concentration, sanitary protection zone