publication . Article . 2017

environmental impact assessment of coal power plants in operation

Bartan Ayfer; Kucukali Serhat; Ar Irfan;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: E3S Web of Conferences, volume 22, page 11 (eissn: 2267-1242, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
Coal power plants constitute an important component of the energy mix in many countries. However, coal power plants can cause several environmental risks such as: climate change and biodiversity loss. In this study, a tool has been proposed to calculate the environmental impact of a coal-fired thermal power plant in operation by using multi-criteria scoring and fuzzy logic method. We take into account the following environmental parameters in our tool: CO, SO 2 , NO x , particulate matter, fly ash, bottom ash, the cooling water intake impact on aquatic biota, and the thermal pollution. In the proposed tool, the boundaries of the fuzzy logic membership functions ...
free text keywords: Engineering, business.industry, business, Thermal pollution, Thermal power station, Power station, Simulation modeling, Environmental monitoring, Environmental impact assessment, Agricultural engineering, Fuzzy logic, Energy mix, Environmental resource management, Environmental sciences, GE1-350
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