Journal of Korean Society for Atmospheric Environment | VOL. 28
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김해공항에서 항공기에 의한 대기오염물질과 온실가스의 배출량 산정 및 특성 분석

Publication Date Apr 30, 2012

Abstract

Emissions of air pollutants and greenhouse gases (GHGs) by aircraft at the Gimhae International Airport (GIA) were investigated using the Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System (EDMS) version 5.1.3. The number of Landing and Take-Off (LTO) at the GIA for aircraft B737 was dominant, accounting for more than 60% of the total LTOs. For air pollutant emissions, CO was the most dominant pollutant by aircraft, followed by , VOCs, , etc. The emissions of CO, , and VOCs in 2009 (and 2010) at the GIA were 974 (968), 447 (433), 118 (122) ton/yr, respectively. The emissions of GHGs such as , , and in 2009 (and 2010) were 110,795 (111,114), -0.157 (-0.151), and 1,989 (1,998) ton/yr, respectively. The negative number in emission represents the consumption of atmospheric in the engine. In addition, the emissions of most air pollutants (except for ) and GHGs were estimated to be high in Taxi-Out and Climb-Out modes.

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Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases Landing And Take-Off Dispersion Modeling System Emissions Of Air Pollutants Greenhouse Gases Dominant Pollutant Air Pollutants Emissions Of Pollutants Negative Number Emissions Of CO

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