Bulg. J. Phys. vol.27 no.S3 (2000), pp. 057-060

The Dependences of Air Pollutant Concentration as Well as the Temperature on Diffusion

D. Radlović1, A.Višekruna2, M. Pantić3
1Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, Yugoslavia
2Police Academy, Beograd, Yugoslavia
3Institute of Nuclear Sciences – Vinca, Beograd, Yugoslavia
Abstract. In this paper the dependences of air pollutant concentration as wen as the temperature on diffusion is investigated. It was assumed that diffusion coefficient is not constant as in standard theories. With help of empirical space-time dependence diffusion coefficient it was connected with the temperature. Using barometer formulae distribution of air pollutants was found. Time was included into theory by the use of common variable. Finally, it was found that temperature increases with the increase of diffusion coefficient and tends to maximal value at high temperatures. It is compatible with a number of experimental data.

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