American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


Air Pollution from Agricultural Operations - III


  1. THE EFFECTS OF THREE PIG HOUSING SYSTEMS ON ODOR EMISSION
    Authors:   G. Mol and N. W. M. Ogink
    Keywords:   Odor emission, Animal housing system, Odor reduction, Management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15492
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  2. GENERATION AND CALIBRATION OF STANDARD GAS MIXTURES FOR VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS USING PERMEATION TUBES AND SOLID PHASE MICROEXTRACTION
    Authors:   Jarett P. Spinhirne and Jacek A. Koziel
    Keywords:   permeation tubes, standard gas generation, volatile organic compounds, volatile fatty acids, solid phase microextraction, gas chromatography, air sampling, odor
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15493
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  3. MONITORING OF ODOR EMISSIONS FROM DIFFERENT PIG HOUSING SYSTEMS WITH CHEMICAL SENSOR ARRAY
    Authors:   A. G. Gronauer, S. Neser, and B. Maier
    Keywords:   Odor, Pig housing emissions, Agriculture, Emissions, Chemo sensor array
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15494
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  4. CHARACTERIZATION OF ODORANTS FROM PRODUCTS OF 14 DIFFERENT COMMERCIAL COMPOSTS USING SOLID PHASE MICROEXTRACTION
    Authors:   H. Kim, L. L. McConnell, P. Millner
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15495
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  5. EFFECT OF AIR VELOCITY VARIATION ON DETERMINING UNIFLOW CYCLONE EFFICIENCY USING ISOKINETIC SAMPLING SYSTEM
    Authors:   Z. C. Tan, Y. Zhang, S. E. Ford
    Keywords:   isokinetic sampling, air velocity variation, uniflow cyclone, dust removal efficiency
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15496
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  6. EVALUATING AN ON-LINE DUST CYCLONE PERFORMANCE MONITOR
    Authors:   P. A. Funk, K. D. Baker, S. E. Hughs, and G. A. Holt
    Keywords:   Cotton gin, Dust cyclone, Particulate monitoring
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15497
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  7. PARTICULATE MATTER SAMPLER ERRORS DUE TO THE INTERACTION OF PARTICLE SIZE AND SAMPLER PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS: PM10 AND PM2.5 AMBIENT AIR SAMPLERS
    Authors:   M. D. Buser, C. B. Parnell, Jr., B. W. Shaw, and R. E. Lacey
    Keywords:   Air, Air pollution, Environmental impact, Legislation, Mathematical models, Particle size distribution, PM, PM10, PM2.5, Pollution, Samplers, Sampling, Sampler performance, Sampler uncertainty
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15498
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  8. PARTICULATE MATTER SAMPLER ERRORS DUE TO THE INTERACTION OF PARTICLE SIZE AND SAMPLER PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS: BACKGROUND AND THEORY
    Authors:   M. D. Buser, C. B. Parnell, Jr., B. W. Shaw, and R. E. Lacey
    Keywords:   Air, Air pollution, Environmental impact, Legislation, Mathematical models, Particle size distribution, PM, PM10, Pollution, Samplers, Sampling, Sampler performance
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15499
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  9. THE POTENTIAL OF COUPLING BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL/PHYSICAL SYSTEMS FOR AIR POLLUTION CONTROL: A CASE STUDY IN THE RENDERING INDUSTRY
    Authors:   J. R. Kastner and K. C. Das
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15500
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  10. AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM U.S. POULTRY HOUSES: PART I – MEASUREMENT SYSTEM AND TECHNIQUES
    Authors:   H. Xin, Y. Liang, A. Tanaka, R. S. Gates, E. F. Wheeler, K. D. Casey, A. J. Heber, J. Q. Ni, and H. Li
    Keywords:   Animal feeding operations (AFOs), Air quality, Ammonia emissions, Poultry
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15501
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  11. AMMONIA CONCENTRATIONS IN POULTRY BROILER PRODUCTION UNITS TREATED WITH LIQUID ALUM
    Authors:   K. A. Armstrong, R. T. Burns, F. R. Walker, L. R. Wilhelm, and D. R. Raman
    Keywords:   Alum, Aluminum sulfate, Ammonia emissions
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15502
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  12. ESTIMATIONS OF AMMONIA AND HYDROGEN SULFIDE FLUXES FROM CATTLE FEEDLOT SURFACES IN TEXAS HIGH PLAINS
    Authors:   B.-H. Baek, J. A. Koziel, J. D. Spinhirne, D. B. Parker, and N. A. Cole
    Keywords:   Ammonia, Air quality, Hydrogen sulfide, Dynamic flow through surface chamber, Flux, Continuous emissions monitoring, Area source, Open dirt cattle feedlots, Manure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15503
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  13. AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM GERMAN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
    Authors:   W.E. Berg, R. Brunsch, B. Eurich-Menden, H. Döhler, U. Dämmgen, B. Osterburg4 and A. Bergschmidt
    Keywords:   ammonia emission, emission factor, emission forecasting
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15504
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  14. A NATIONAL INVENTORY FOR THE UNITED STATES OF SEASONALLY AND GEOGRAPHICALLY RESOLVED AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM DAIRY COWS
    Authors:   R.W. Pinder, N.J. Pekney, R. Strader, C.I. Davidson, P.J. Adams
    Keywords:   ammonia emissions, emission inventory, dairy cow, aerosol, PM 2.5
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15505
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  15. AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM U.S. POULTRY HOUSES: PART II – LAYER HOUSES
    Authors:   Y. Liang, H. Xin, A. Tanaka, S. H. Lee, H. Li, E. F. Wheeler, R. S. Gates, J. S. Zajaczkowski, P. Topper, and K. D. Casey
    Keywords:   Ammonia, Emission rates, Ventilation rate, Layer houses, Poultry
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15506
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  16. AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM U.S. POULTRY HOUSES: PART III – BROILER HOUSES
    Authors:   E. F. Wheeler, K. D. Casey, J. S. Zajaczkowski, P. A. Topper, R. S. Gates, H. Xin, Y. Liang, and A. Tanaka
    Keywords:   emission, ammonia, chicken, ventilation, air quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15507
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  17. REDUCTION OF AMMONIA EMISSION FROM LIVESTOCK BUILDINGS BY THE OPTIMIZATION OF VENTILATION CONTROL
    Authors:   E, Vranken, S, Claes, and D. Berckmans
    Keywords:   Ammonia emission, Reduction strategies, Dynamic modeling, Ventilation control
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15508
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  18. REDUCING AMMONIA EMISSIONS BY COMBINING COVERING AND ACIDIFYING LIQUID MANURE
    Authors:   W. E. Berg
    Keywords:   animal husbandry, emission, ammonia, methane, nitrous oxide, odor, liquid manure, cover material, lactic acid
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15509
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  19. INFLUENCE OF DIETARY CRUDE PROTEIN ON POTENTIAL AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM BEEF CATTLE MANURE
    Authors:   N. A. Cole, R. N. Clark, R. Todd, C. R. Richardson, A. Gueye, L. W. Greene, and K. McBride
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15510
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  20. ADSORPTION PROCESS FOR ODOR EMISSION CONTROL AT A PILOT SCALE DAIRY MANURE COMPOSTING FACILITY
    Authors:   A. Tanaka, K. Yakushido, and C. Shimaya
    Keywords:   Odor, Ammonia emission, Compost, Adsorption, Dairy manure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15511
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  21. PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF A WATER CURTAIN FOR EDGE-OF-FEEDYARD SUPPRESSION OF FUGITIVE DUST
    Authors:   B. W. Auvermann, T. H. Marek, and J. M. Sweeten
    Keywords:   Fugitive dust, Feedyards, Water curtain, Dust control, PM10
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15512
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  22. FEEDLOT MANURE AS REBURN FUEL FOR NOX REDUCTION IN COAL FIRED PLANTS
    Authors:   K. Annamalai, B. Thien, J. Sweeten, K. Heflin, and L. W. Greene
    Keywords:   Feedlot manure, Coal, NO, Power, Reburn fuel, Fuel properties
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15513
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  23. KINETICS AND MODELING OF ODOR OXIDATION USING CHLORINE DIOXIDE FOR EMISSION CONTROL UTILIZING WET SCRUBBERS
    Authors:   J. R. Kastner, C. Hu, K..C. Das, and R. McClendon
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15514
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  24. AMBIENT AMMONIA AND AMMONIUM AEROSOL IN AN AGRICULTURAL REGION OF THE SOUTHEAST UNITED STATES
    Authors:   J. T. Walker, D. R. Whitall, W. P. Robarge, and H. W. Paerl
    Keywords:   Atmospheric nitrogen, Agricultural emissions, Acid gases, PM2.5, Denuders
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15515
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  25. AIR QUALITY MEASUREMENTS AT A LAYING HEN HOUSE: PARTICULATE MATTER CONCENTRATIONS AND EMISSIONS
    Authors:   T.-T. Lim, A. J. Heber, J.-Q. Ni, J. X. Gallien, and H. Xin
    Keywords:   Dust emissions, Livestock, Ventilation, Air pollution, Chickens
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15516
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  26. A MECHANISTIC MODEL OF FUGITIVE EMISSIONS OF PARTICULATE MATTER FROM CATTLE FEEDYARDS, PART I: INTRODUCTORY
    Authors:   B. W. Auvermann
    Keywords:   Fugitive dust, Feedyards, Emission factors, Mechanistic model
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15517
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  27. EMISSIONS OF METHANE AND NITROUS OXIDE DURING THE COMPOSTING OF LIQUID SWINE MANURE
    Authors:   R. J. Fleming, and C. Wagner-Riddle
    Keywords:   Greenhouse gas, Slurry, Treatment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15518
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  28. METHANE AND NITROUS OXIDE EMISSIONS FROM SWINE HOOP STRUCTURES USING A TRACER GAS TECHNIQUE
    Authors:   A. Singh, T.L. Richard, and V. Stout
    Keywords:   greenhouse gas, emission rate, tracer gas, hoop structure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15519
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  29. AMMONIA, HYDROGEN SULFIDE, ODOR, AND PM10 EMISSIONS FROM DEEP-BEDDED HOOP AND CURTAIN-SIDED PIG FINISHING BARNS IN MINNESOTA
    Authors:   L. D. Jacobson, D. R. Schmidt, J. K. Lake, and V. J. Johnson
    Keywords:   Air emissions, Ammonia, Hydrogen sulfide, Dust, Livestock facilities
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15520
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  30. SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF ODOR EMISSIONS FROM ANAEROBIC PIGGERY LAGOONS IN QUEENSLAND
    Authors:   G. Galvin, K.D. Casey S.A. Lowe, N.A. Hudson, M.A. Atzeni and E.J. McGahan
    Keywords:   odor, variation, lagoon, wind tunnel, odor emission
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15521
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  31. NUISANCE POTENTIAL AND PIG PERFORMANCE OF A CONVENTIONAL AND A HIGH RISE™ SWINE FARROWING BARNS
    Authors:   J. L. Dunn, J.-Q. Ni, B. E. Hill, M. L. Henry, A. J. Heber, and T.-T. Lim
    Keywords:   Air pollution, Animal building, Odor measurement, Sow
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15522
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  32. ODOUR CONCENTRATIONS IN NATURAL VENTILATED PIG SHEDS IN AUSTRALIA
    Authors:   X. Wang
    Keywords:   Emission rate, Dispersion modeling, Odour, Swine, Ventilation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15523
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  33. ODORS FROM EVAPORATION OF ACIDIFIED PIG URINE
    Authors:   H. C. Willers, P. J. Hobbs, N. W. M. Ogink
    Keywords:   odor, evaporation, pig waste, urine, ammonia emission
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15524
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  34. Odor Management and Swine Finishing Building Characteristics: Costs and Effectiveness
    Authors:   H. Huang, G.Y. Miller, M. Ellis, T. Funk, G. Hollis, Y. Zhang, and A.J. Heber
    Keywords:   swine buildings, odor control, cost effectiveness, strategy selection, analytical hierarchy process (AHP)
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15525
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  35. REDUCE ODOR EMISSION FROM SWINE BUILDINGS USING ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER
    Authors:   A. Mutlu, Y. Zhang, R. Masel, G. L. Riskowski, and M. Ellis
    Keywords:   Carbon filters, Reducing odor, Odor from livestock, Odor emission
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15526
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  36. TOWARD A SCIENCE-BASED AGRICULTURAL ODOUR PROGRAM FOR ONTARIO: A COMPARISON OF THE MDS AND OFFSET ODOUR SETBACK SYSTEMS
    Authors:   W. R. MacMillan and H. W. Fraser
    Keywords:   Agricultural odours, Barn sitting, Livestock barns, Manure odours, Separation distances, Separation formula
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15527
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  37. FARM LEVEL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF OWNING AND OPERATING IMPERMEABLE LAGOON COVERS
    Authors:   R. E. Massey, J. E. Zulovich, J. A. Lory, A.M. Millmier
    Keywords:   Impermeable lagoon covers, economics, zero-discharge, costs, swine
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15528
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