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A Study on CO2 Emission Factor for Earth-Work Equipment Using C-FVM
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A Study on CO2 Emission Factor for Earth-Work Equipment Using C-FVM
Kim, Byung-Soo;
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 Abstract
emission factor for earthwork equipment was made based on fuel consumption quantity using IPCC carbon emission factor. This is presented through the carbon emission estimating guideline each facilities by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transportation in 2011. However, this method has the defect which don't apply the various condition of site. Therefor it needs the new emission factor supplemented these defects. This study will tries to estimate emission with the direct measurement method using concentration flow velocity measurement (C-FVM) for earth work equipment and present the new emission factor for earth work equipment after compare with emission factor of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transportation.
 Keywords
emission factor;Direct measurement method;IPCC;Earth work equipment;Fuel consumption quantity;
 Language
Korean
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