CEE 441 - New Course
Last offered Fall 2022
A design approach to air pollution fate and control for the protection of human health and welfare. Air pollution transport and deposition. Gaussian plume, chemical mass balance models. Gaseous and particulate air pollutant physical and chemical properties and control. Evaluation of air pollutant emission control strategies based on cost and regulatory requirements for compliance with regulatory ambient air quality standards. Course Information: 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: CEE 331 or equivalent; CEE 202 or equivalent. Credit or concurrent enrollment in ATMS 302 or equivalent.