A PBR APPLICATION FOR AN INTERIOR SURFACE COATING FACILITY

Unit V Mini Project

NEED SOMEONE TO DO PROJECT V, VI, VII, AND VIII

As a continuation of our course project due in Unit VIII, A Permit By Rule (PBR) Application for an Interior Surface Coating Facility, complete the next section, “Operational Face and Filter Velocities,” of your proposal by following the instructions carefully, and then submit your continued draft for grading.

 

MEE 6501, Advanced Air Quality Control 5

Instructions   1. Closely read the Required Reading assignment from your textbook, the TCEQ (2011) document, and the Unit Lesson in the Study Guide. 2. Open your proposal draft from Unit IV and make any improvements to your draft using your professor’s feedback from the Unit IV project assignment. 3. Open the Unit V Study Guide, read the Unit V Lesson, then review the calculations demonstrated and explained regarding face velocity calculations and filter velocity calculations for our scenario. 4. Make your Unit V work your fourth level 1 heading titled “Operational Face and Filter Velocities.” Describe and demonstrate (illustrate) the calculations for the following for this section of your project: (a) calculate the face

Running head: A PBR APPLICATION FOR AN INTERIOR SURFACE COATING FACILITY 1

A PBR APPLICATION FOR AN INTERIOR SURFACE COATING FACILITY 2

A Permit by Rule (PBR) Application for an Interior Surface Coating Facility

[Student name here…remove brackets, too]

Columbia Southern University

Abstract

Block one full paragraph (no indenting the first line). Provide one full sentence each week as you complete a level 1 heading section, describing what material or calculations were presented in that section. By the time the week eight material is complete, you will have eight sentences in this abstract (one for each week).

A Permit by Rule (PBR) Application for an Interior Surface Coating Facility

General Considerations for Operation

Start typing here for Unit 2 in non-italicized font, citing with CSU APA Citation Guide p. 6 styled citations to defend what you state as fact. Follow the Study Guide calculation instructions carefully. Remove the remaining blank sections before submittal each week.

VOC and ES Content per Vehicle

Blank for Units 2-8. Fill this in for Unit 3. Be sure and show (illustrate) your actual mathematical calculations for Units 3-7 sections, rather than describe them. For example: 2.8 lbs/gal of VOC x 10.0 gal per vehicle = 28.0 lbs VOC/vehicle

Operational Air Emission Rates

Blank for Units 3-8. Fill this in for Unit 4.

Operational Face and Filter Velocities

Blank for Units 4-8. Fill this in for Unit 5.

VOC Content Minus Water and Exempt Solvents

Blank for Units 5-8. Fill this in for Unit 6.

Heater and Oven Combustion Emissions

Blank for Units 6-8. Fill this in for Unit 7.

Pollution Control Technologies

Blank for Unit 7. Fill this AND the next level 1 heading section in for Unit 8.

Process Flow Diagram

Blank for Unit 7. Fill this AND the previous level 1 heading section in for Unit 8.

References

Godish, T., Davis, W. T., & Fu, J. S. (2015). Air quality (5th ed.). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. (2011). Surface coating facilities: A guide for

obtaining air authorization in Texas. Retrieved from

https://www.tceq.texas.gov/searchpage?cx=004888944831051571741%3Auk-3yh4pey8&cof=FORID%3A11&q=Surface+Coating+Facilities%3A+A+Guide+for+Obt aining+Air+Auth orization+in+Texas

List additional references here alphabetically. Be sure and double-space and hang-indent each

subsequent line for each reference entry, formatting to CSU APA Citation Guide

pp. 8-12.

 

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