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A NEW EMISSION INVENTORY OF POWER PLANTS AND INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES IN THAILAND PHAM THI BICH THAO, KASEMSAN MANOMAIPHIBOON*, and CHATCHAWAN VONGMAHADLEK Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE) King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) Bangkok, Thailand

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a new emission inventory of power plants and industrial facilities in thailand

A NEW EMISSION INVENTORY OF POWER PLANTS AND INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES IN THAILAND

PHAM THI BICH THAO,

KASEMSAN MANOMAIPHIBOON*, and

CHATCHAWAN VONGMAHADLEK

Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE)

King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

Bangkok, Thailand

http://www.jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

*Corresponding Author: kasemsan_m@jgsee.kmutt.ac.th

For Better Air Quality (BAQ) Conference

Dec., 2006, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

emission inventory

INTRODUCTION

Emission Inventory
  • A comprehensive listing by sources of air pollutant emissions in a geographic area during a specific time period
  • Important and useful in air quality management, planning, as well as modeling

Source: US EPA

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INTRODUCTION

Air Quality Management Cycle

Impact & Policy Assessment

  • Environmental Goals
  • Technical Feasibility
  • Economic Issues
  • Political Implications
  • Environmental Impacts
  • Human Health
  • Ecosystem
  • Economic
  • Environmental Strategy
  • Policies
  • Controls

Emissions

Atmospheric

Processes

Pollutant

Distributions

Atmosphere

scope of work

INTRODUCTION

Scope of Work
  • Emissions covered:

NOX, SO2, NMVOC, CO, NH3, OC, and BC

  • Reason:

To support air quality studies of ozone and fine particulate

matter for Thailand

  • Emission sources:
      • EGAT, IPP, and SPP
      • Onshore industrial facilities
  • Base year: 2004
  • Domain: Entire Thailand
  • Results shown here: Interim + Subject to double

checking as part of QA process (ongoing)

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INTRODUCTION

Thailand & Its regions

a)Excluding power plants

Source: Department of Industrial Works

general approach

METHODOLOGY

General Approach

where

E: Emission rate [mass per time],

EFuncontrolled: Emission factor without control technology [mass per activity unit],

EFcontrolled: Emission factor with control technology [mass per activity unit],

A: Activity rate [activity unit per time], and

ER: Control efficiency (in percent)

emission estimation diagram

METHODOLOGY

Emission Estimation Diagram

Energy Consumption

Industrial Processes

Power Plants

Industrial Facilities

Industrial Facilities

Semi Bottom-up

Top-down

Top-down

Bottom-up

InstalledCapacity

Industrial Production

SPP

EGAT

IPP

Fuel Consumption

Fuel consumption

(Source Specific)

Uncontrolled EFs

Uncontrolled EFs

Uncontrolled EFs

Controlled EFs

Annual Emission Estimates

emission factors

METHODOLOGY

Emission Factors
  • Cao et al (2006) Inventory of black carbon and organic carbon emissions from China.
  • Atmospheric Environment 40, 6516-6527
assumptions

METHODOLOGY

Assumptions
  • Emission control in EGAT and IPP:
    • Low-NOX burner and water injection
  • No emission control for CO & NMVOC
  • No emission control in SPP & industrial facilities
  • Average operation of industrial facilities:
    • 48 hours/week
energy consumption by tsic a in percent

METHODOLOGY

Energy Consumption by TSICa (in percent)

a)Thai Standard Industrial Classification

Source: Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency

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Ongoing Work

  • Development of temporal distribution profiles of emission sources
  • Spatial allocation
  • Physical characterization of emission sources (e.g., stack parameters and locations)
acknowledgments
Acknowledgments
  • Suthisa Sanguantrakool (Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency)
  • Piyavadee Limvoranusorn (Pollution Control Department)
  • Dr. Sirakarn Leungsakul (Department of Industrial Works)
  • Dr. Decha Pimpisut (Department of Industrial Works)
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Prungchan Wongwises (JGSEE)
  • Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
  • Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE).