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Danish emission inventories for stationary combustion plants : Inventories until 2015. / Nielsen, Malene; Nielsen, Ole-Kenneth; Plejdrup, Marlene Schmidt.

Aarhus University, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, 2018. 324 s.

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Nielsen M, Nielsen O-K, Plejdrup MS 2018. Danish emission inventories for stationary combustion plants: Inventories until 2015. Aarhus University, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy. 324 s.

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Nielsen M, Nielsen O-K, Plejdrup MS. Danish emission inventories for stationary combustion plants: Inventories until 2015. Aarhus University, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy, 2018. 324 s.

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abstract = "Emission inventories for stationary combustion plants are presented and themethodologies and assumptions used for the inventories are described. Thepollutants considered are SO2, NOx, NMVOC, CH4, CO, CO2, N2O, NH3, particulate matter, black carbon, heavy metals, PCDD/F, HCB, PCBs and PAH. The CO2 emission from stationary combustion was 51.2 % lower in 2015 than in 1990 and the total greenhouse gas emission was 50.5 % lower than in 1990. However, fluctuations in the emission level for CO2 are large as a result of electricity import/export. A considerable decrease of the SO2, NOx and heavy metal emissions is mainly a result of decreased emissions from large power plants and waste incineration plants. The combustion of wood in residential plants has increased considerably in 1990-2007 resulting in increased emission of PAH, particulate matter and black carbon. The emissions have decreased after 2007 due to installation of modern stoves and boilers. The PCDD/F emission decreased since 1990 due to flue gas cleaning on waste incineration plants. ",
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author = "Malene Nielsen and Ole-Kenneth Nielsen and Plejdrup, {Marlene Schmidt}",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-87-7156-340-5",
volume = "279",
publisher = "Aarhus University, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy",

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AB - Emission inventories for stationary combustion plants are presented and themethodologies and assumptions used for the inventories are described. Thepollutants considered are SO2, NOx, NMVOC, CH4, CO, CO2, N2O, NH3, particulate matter, black carbon, heavy metals, PCDD/F, HCB, PCBs and PAH. The CO2 emission from stationary combustion was 51.2 % lower in 2015 than in 1990 and the total greenhouse gas emission was 50.5 % lower than in 1990. However, fluctuations in the emission level for CO2 are large as a result of electricity import/export. A considerable decrease of the SO2, NOx and heavy metal emissions is mainly a result of decreased emissions from large power plants and waste incineration plants. The combustion of wood in residential plants has increased considerably in 1990-2007 resulting in increased emission of PAH, particulate matter and black carbon. The emissions have decreased after 2007 due to installation of modern stoves and boilers. The PCDD/F emission decreased since 1990 due to flue gas cleaning on waste incineration plants.

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KW - emission inventory

KW - Stationary combustion

KW - power plants

KW - district heating

KW - CHP

KW - co-generation

KW - boiler

KW - engine

KW - incineration

KW - MSW

KW - residential combustion

KW - SO2

KW - NOx

KW - NMVOC

KW - CH4

KW - CO

KW - CO2

KW - N2O

KW - particulate matter

KW - Black carbon

KW - NH3

KW - heavy metals

KW - PCDD/F

KW - PAH

KW - HCB

KW - PCB

KW - greenhouse gas

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BT - Danish emission inventories for stationary combustion plants

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