Mitigation of Emission from Industries and Transportation
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INTRODUCTIONAs of today, 195 countries have signed The Paris Agreement, which is long-term temperature goal is to keep the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels. It has been made clear that this can be achieved by reducing emissions as soon as possible. In order to achieve this, the government and industrialist need to have a clear understanding about emissions, its source and the possible methods to reduce them. Emissions of many air pollutants have many negative effects on public health and the natural environment. Emissions from transportation, which are primarily generated by internal combustion engines, contribute to 15% of global emission. Different than the major contributor (power generation sector at 31%), transportation vehicles are scattered and have outstandingly many individual owners. Hence, a special attention is required in order to understand the nature of emissions from vehicles.
OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- To provide the fundamental of formation of exhaust emission from automotive industry.
- To figure out the measures for preventing or minimizing the exhaust emission
- To provide basic presentation skills to participants about issues on emission
- Introduction to emissions
- The Paris Agreement
- Sources of emissions and their effects
- Mechanisms of formation of typical exhaust emission such as: CO2, CO, UHC, NOx, or PM.
- Measurements and testing equipment for emission reduction
- Standards in emission
- The future of electric vehicles
- Delivering a presentation on emissions
Prof. Ir Dr Shaharin Anwar bin SulaimanProf. Ir Dr Shaharin A. Sulaiman holds a PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the UK. He was an M&E Engineer in building constructions prior to joining the academics in 1998. His research interests include air-conditioning, biomass energy, solar photovoltaic, combustion, and flow assurance. He published a few books: Engineers in Society (2010), Gas District Cooling in Malaysia (2011), Downdraft Gasification of Oil Palm Frond (2012), and Energy Efficiency in Mobility Systems (2020). Prof Shaharin was also Director of Hybrid Energy Systems research group in UTP from 2009 to 2017. In 2019 he spent 10 days at Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology HCMUT as a Visiting Professor for delivery of lectures on Automobile and Pollution
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INTRODUCTION As of today, 195 countries have signed The Paris Agreement, which is long-term temperature goal is to keep the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels. It has been made clear that this can […]
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