Particulate Emissions from Gas Turbine Engines. Revision.
NAVAL AIR REWORK FACILITY NORTH ISLAND CA AIRCRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT OFFICE
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The Aircraft Environmental Support Office is one of four specialty offices within the Naval Environmental Protection Support Service which offers technical support to the naval community. The Aircraft Environmental Support office is primarily responsible for the management and distribution of emissions data for gaseous and particulate air pollutants from aircraft engines. This handbook, Particulate Emissions From Aircraft Engines, is a summary of particulate emissions data collected by the Aircraft Environmental Support Office since 1981. This handbook is intended for environmental personnel at military installations who must provide regulatory agencies with information about particulate matter emitted from their engine test facilities. Most users will find that the sections on visible emissions and particulate emission rates and concentrations contain all the information normally required to make permit applications, emission inventories and related regulatory documents. Also, the section on particle size distributions is appropriate to design applications. Together these sections provide a comprehensive treatment of particulate emissions from aircraft engines.
- Jet and Gas Turbine Engines
- Air Pollution and Control