Comparison of PM10 Pattern and PM2.5 Carbonaceous Fraction from Episodic and Non Episodic Period of Peat Land Wildfire

Huboyo, Haryono Setiyo and Syafrudin, S and Fujii, Yusuke and Tohno, Susumu (2016) Comparison of PM10 Pattern and PM2.5 Carbonaceous Fraction from Episodic and Non Episodic Period of Peat Land Wildfire. ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 11 . pp. 4793-4796. ISSN 2305-493X

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Abstract

The peatland wildfire in Indonesia was periodically occurs even in nun ENSO period thus may pose health risk do the inhabitants each year. During non episodic peatland wildfire, we measured PM2.5 using 2 sets of PM2.5 samplers combined with secondary data from fixed monitoring station for ambient PM10. We compare the data with previous Study on episodic wildfire in this peatland area. EC and OC concentrations in PM2.5 were determined using a thermal/optical carbon analyzer with IMPROVE-A protocol. The pattern of PM10 during episodic peatland wildfire can reach more Ethan ten times of PM10 standard (24 h). This is may pose health risk since this high concentration may persist during one month or more. While during non episodic wildfire the ambient PM10 showed moderate fluctuation. During episodic burning period, the ambient atmosphere are enriched by OC1 and OC2 fraction, while in non episodic burning, fraction of OC2, OC3 as well as OC4 shows higher level than OC1. Based on EC ratio analysis the char-EC in biomass burning shows higher than soot-EC leading to dominant fraction of low temperatur elemental carbon originated from biomass burning

Item Type:Article
Subjects:T Technology > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering
Divisions:Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering
ID Code:74997
Deposited By:Ms teknik lingkungan
Deposited On:16 Aug 2019 11:52
Last Modified:16 Aug 2019 11:52

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