Development and selection of ammonia emission factors for the 1985 NAPAP emissions inventory

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Ammonia -- Environmental aspects -- United States, Acid deposition -- United S
StatementT.E. Warn, S. Zelmanowitz, and M. Seager
ContributionsZelmanowitz, Sharon, Seager, M, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory
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The complete report, entitled "Development and Selection of Ammonia Emission Factors for the NAPAP Emissions Inventory," (Order No. PB /AS; Cost $, subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, VA Telephone: The EPA Project Officer can be contacted at: Afr and Energy.

In the development of an emission inventory, emission factors are often either developed from the experimental measurement literature, or are borrowed directly from other bodies of work. SECTION 4 AMMONIA EMISSIONS IN INDUSTRY CATEGORIES INCLUDED IN THE NAPAP INVENTORY The NAPAP inventory included the following six industrial categories for which NH3 emission factors were developed: • Ammonium Nitrate Production • Ammonia Synthesis • Urea Manufacture • Ammonium Phosphate Manufacture • Petroleum Refineries Coke Manufacture A research and development study report, prepared for NAPAP inidentified and compared emissions factors developed.

The report, prepared for the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (NAPAP), identifies the most appropriate ammonia (NH3) emission factors available for inclusion in the NAPAP Emissions Inventory. H3 emission factors developed for several new NAPAP source categories were compared with factors developed for other inventories.

lthough many of the NH3 emission factors presented in the report have low quality ratings, those factors.

The report documents the development and processing of temporal allocation factors for the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (NAPAP) emissions inventory (Version 2).

The NAPAP emissions inventory represents the most comprehensive emissions data base available for the year Emissions data have been collected for each of the 48 contiguous United States and.

Emissions Data System (NEDS). NEDS calculates emissions by using emission factors already in the system for an SCC. Where no emission factors have ever been reported, the sec's were flagged for emission factor development as a high priority for this work assignment.

Results At the completion of the Phase II effort, 99 percent () of the. In the development of an emission inven- tory, emission factors are often either de- veloped for the experimental measurement literature or are borrowed directly from other bodies of work.

The primary source for the emission factors reviewed by this project was the body of recent emission inventory literature. This report compiles recent literature on ammonia (NH') emission factors for application in the United States.

ost of the recent research supports acid deposition studies in the European community (specifically, the Netherlands, Great Britain, and Scandinavia) but some research has been conducted in Australia.

he majority of NH3 emissions in current inventories, up to 90% or more of. A list of all SCCs and emission factors published in the NEDS document, as well as the emission factor estimates developed during Phases I and II of the update, are included in this report In the current work by AEERL, the primary objective was to provide VOC emission factor estimates for all SCCs that had no current listing of VOC emission factors Also included in this work was the development of NOx and SOX emission factor.

Program (NAPAP) Emissions Inventory. It is a comprehensive literature review and provides an investigation of wildlife excrement and domestic emissions.

Dickson R.J. et al.2 – The Ammonia Emission Inventory (Radian Report) was prepared for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and is a comprehensive study based on literature review.

Development and selection of ammonia emission factors for the NAPAP emissions inventory Author: Thomas E Warn ; Sharon Zelmanowitz ; M Seager ; Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory. Development and Selection of Ammonia Emission Factors,” hereafter referred to as the “ guidance,” contains the results of a literature review and compiled NH 3 emission factors (Battye et al., ).

The purpose of this new emissions guidance for “anthropogenic sources” is to update the. updated activity data, emission factors, temporal profiles, and inventories of additional source categories.

The most important source categories were estimated to be livestock and poultry, fertilizers, and biogenics. These three sources combined accounted for 87% of the annual ammonia emissions in the CENRAP region (see Figure 1).

The report gives results of analysis of industrial sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions from two data sources: the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (NAPAP) inventory and the EPA TRENDS report. These analyses conclude that the two data sources estimate comparable emissions in the aggregate, but that estimates for specific categories and for processes within those categories vary.

The National Emissions Inventory (NEI) is a comprehensive and detailed estimate of air emissions of criteria pollutants, criteria precursors, and hazardous air pollutants from air emissions sources. The NEI is released every three years based primarily upon data provided by State, Local, and Tribal air agencies for sources in their.

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The report, prepared for the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (NAPAP), identifies the most appropriate ammonia (NHâ) emission factors available for inclusion in the NAPAP.

E-1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY EPA estimated ammonia emissions for the years, and from U.S. animal husbandry operations for inclusion in EPA’s National Emissions Inventory. United States Environmental Protection Agency Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park NC Research and Development EPA//S/ Apr.

Details Development and selection of ammonia emission factors for the 1985 NAPAP emissions inventory FB2

4>EPA Project Summary Ammonia Emission Factors for the NAPAP Emission Inventory David C. Misenheimer, Thomas E. Warn, and Sharon Zelmanowitz This report was prepared for the Na- tional.

Recommended Procedures for Development of Emissions Factors and Use of the WebFIRE Emissions Factor Database - Draft Final (PDF) ( pp, M, About PDF) August This document supersedes the draft final document posted in July ; however, the August version of this document is the same as the July version with the following exceptions.

Nitrogen input from agricultural ammonia emissions into the environment causes numerous environmental and health problems. The purpose of this study is to present and evaluate an improved ammonia emission inventory based on a dynamical temporal parameterization suitable to compare and assess ammonia abatement by: Sources reporting emissions from novel management systems are excluded, as are sources in which insufficient data was presented to calculate EFs.

Emission factors reported by the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) in (USEPA, ) are not reported if revised by USEPA in the National Emissions Inventory (USEPA, ). Except Cited by: Whenever possible, the development of local, source-specific emission factors is highly desirable.

EPA’s Clearinghouse for Inventories & Emission Factors contains information on emissions inventories, emissions factors and tools used for emissions inventories to. Rebolledo et al. used an emission factor of kg(NH 3)head −1 a −1 for hogs, while the MASAGE_NH3 emission factor derived from GAINS is kg(NH 3)head −1 a −1.

Figure 9 shows the seasonality of the optimized NH 3 emissions in different European countries. This seasonality is spatially more homogeneous than in the U.S., which may Cited by: An agricultural ammonia (NH 3) emission inventory in the North China Plain (NCP) on a prefecture level for the yearand a 5 × 5 km 2 resolution spatial distribution map, has been calculated for the first time.

The census database from China's statistics datasets, and emission factors re-calculated by the RAINS model supported total emissions of kt NH 3 –N yr −1 for the NCP Cited by: activity. There is a need to develop an inventory of actual measured ammonia emissions from long-term cropping system (including grasslands), zero-N unfertilized land (in last 10 to 20 years) and selected “natural” systems.

This will be important to establishing some baseline natural emissions estimates. Emission factors for ammonia inventories Even though there is a wide range in the estimated out- put of NH3 (Sutton et al., ), it is accepted that agriculture is the major known source of NH3 in the atmosphere, contributing approximately 90% of the UK total national emission (Eggleston, ; Sutton et Cited by: Clearinghouse for Inventories and Emissions Factors (CHIEF) Listserv Information The Emission Inventory and Analysis Group (EIAG) and the Measurement Policy Group (MPG) maintain the CHIEF Listserv.

Once you subscribe to CHIEF you will receive notices of conferences, new EIAG and MPG documents, updates on electronic reporting, and other emission.

NPRI Guidance Manual for the Wastewater Sector- The National Pol utant Release Inventory (NPRI), a federal program created inis the only nation-wide, publicly-accessible inventory that provides information on pollutants released to the environment and transferred for disposal, treatment or recycling.

For the reporting year, a total of substances were in the NPRI. and in that case ammonia emissions should dominate.

Ammonia emissions from the wastewater treatment processes in southern California are estimated on the order of mg N-NH 3 dm3 of wastewater [16]. The NAPAP [12] emission inventory in USA estimated the contribution of percent in total emissions, and rough estimates inFile Size: 81KB.

Ammonia (NH 3) emission inventories are required for modelling atmospheric NH 3 transport and estimating downwind deposition.

A recent inventory for UK agriculture, estimating emission as kt NH 3 –N yr −1, was constructed using statistical and census data for the paper describes the derivation of the UK-based emission factors used in the calculation of that emission for a Cited by: Ammonia emissions in the United States, European Union, and China derived by high-resolution inversion of ammonium wet deposition data: Interpretation with a new agricultural emissions inventory (MASAGE_NH3) F.

Paulot Harvard University, [email protected] D.

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.based on total N. A TAN-based NH3-inventory model was developed, called NEMA (National Emission Model for Ammonia). The total N excretion and the fraction of TAN in the excreted N are calculated from the feed composition and N digestibility of the components.

TAN-based emission factors were derived orCited by: