2022
DOI: 10.1051/matecconf/202236902009
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Jakub Linda,
Klaudia Köbölová,
Ondřej Uhlík
et al.

Abstract: Particulate air pollution in cities is caused by a variety of sources. One of the less-studied contributors is wind-induced particle resuspension. As the wind speed increases, particles are removed from surfaces. These particles cause an increase in the total concentration in the air. It is known that particles of 10-2.5 μm in size can be resuspended (PM10-2,5). Modern emission monitoring in cities also allows the monitoring of fine particles of 10, 2.5 and 1 μm in size. The size fractions can then be sorted i… Show more

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