Volume 4 Number 2 Year - 2022

Number of articles: 12


Authors: Kelechi ThankGod Ezirim, Nnamdi Cyprian Nwasuka, Hyginus Ubabuike Ugwu, Uchechukwu Nwaiwu, Nnaemeka Azubuike Ekele

Abstract: The study presents Laplace Adomian decomposition and Navier Stokes Modelling for clean air technologies analysis of some air pollution emission sources around the world. Previous literature showed that air pollution rates in the world emanated from different sources and affected the ecosystem and humans at large. Efforts made by researchers to curb the situation in the world at large yielded little result. This project developed a model and conducted simulations using pollution data obtained from the global air pollution database. From the results obtained, the Laplace Adomian decomposition and Navier Stokes method proved to be a fine method, especially with a large volume of data for predicting air pollution rates. The model can be employed in predicting pollution rate as a function of the driving parameters. The validated results showed a decrease in optimal value of 0.3% which is a novelty. Finally, the total volume of pollution rates in the atmosphere (9.65x1010) when added with 11.57% by volume of hydroxyl radicals reduced the amount of pollution in the atmosphere as they tend to absorb these emissions to form compounds that are safe for human consumption and plants.

Keywords: Laplace Adomian decomposition; Navier Stokes equation; pollution; modeling; clean air

DOI: 10.24874/PES04.02.001  

Article info: pp. 101-114

Recieved: 11.09.2021  Accepted: 22.02.2022   Downloads: 29

Volume 4 (2022)

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