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Title:Porazdelitev črnega ogljika glede na prometne tokove v Mestni občini Celje
Authors:Šipek, Gregor (Author)
Jereb, Borut (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Sipek_Gregor_2018.pdf (4,93 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FL - Faculty of Logistic
Abstract:Onesnaževanje okolja zaradi cestnega prometa je zelo pereča tema na globalni ravni, vedno več poudarka pa pridobiva tudi na lokalni ravni. Glavno onesnaževalo predstavlja ogljikov dioksid, ki se mu v zadnjem obdobju pridružujejo tako imenovani PM delci, med katerimi posebej izstopajoči delci predstavljajo tako imenovani črni ogljik. Meritve koncentracij črnega ogljika smo na Fakulteti za logistiko, v sodelovanju s podjetjem Aerosol in Mestno občino Celje, opravljali v spomladanskem obdobju leta 2017 in v zimskem obdobju leta 2017/2018. Statične meritve smo opravljali na različnih merilnih mestih v Celju, ki velja za eno najbolj onesnaženih in s PM delci obremenjenih mest v Sloveniji. Cestni promet predstavlja enega od glavnih virov onesnaženja s črnim ogljikom, zato ga lahko uvrstimo v eno izmed področij tveganj. V magistrskem delu smo raziskovali porazdelitev koncentracij črnega ogljika, vpliv padavin in vetra na gibanje koncentracij črnega ogljika ter črni ogljik analizirali in ga predstavili kot tveganje oziroma grožnjo nacionalni varnosti na podlagi Resolucije o strategiji nacionalne varnosti Republike Slovenije.
Keywords:črni ogljik, meritve, Mestna občina Celje, promet, tveganje
Year of publishing:2018
Publisher:[G. Šipek]
Source:Celje
UDC:502/504
COBISS_ID:512967485 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:AP8XS0LB
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Licensing start date:18.12.2018

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Language:English
Title:Distribution of black carbon in regard to the traffic flow in Municipality of Celje
Abstract:Environmental pollution, caused by the road traffic, is a very urgent and global topic, one that is recently gaining more local emphasis. The main element of traffic pollution is carbon dioxide, joined by recently recognised PM particles with black carbon being a very prominent member of the latter. Levels of black carbon concentration were measured by the Faculty of Logistics in collaboration with Aerosol company and the Municipality of Celje. These measurements were done in the Spring of 2017 and in the Winter of 2017/2018. Static measuring points were established in Celje, which is recognised as being one of the most PM particles polluted city in Slovenia. Since road traffic presents one of the main sources of black carbon pollution, it can be classified as one of the most important risk areas. Our research includes data from measuring the distribution of black carbon concentration as well as the role of weather on black carbon concentration distribution. In addition, we have analysed black carbon and presented it as a risk and a threat to the national security, based upon the Resolution on the National Security Strategy of the Republic of Slovenia.
Keywords:black carbon, measurements, Municipality of Celje, road traffic, risk


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