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*Assignments are listed at the end of each week's course slides  
 
*All assignments are due the following Tuesday '''''BEFORE''''' class starts. '''''Late or copied assignments will not be graded.'''''
 
*All assignments are due the following Tuesday '''''BEFORE''''' class starts. '''''Late or copied assignments will not be graded.'''''
*Some assignments may require programming or plotting. You are free to use your software of choice. Students with no programming or plotting experience should learn to do so. We recommend [http://www.mathworks.cn/products/matlab/ Matlab] as an easy option. See [http://www.atmos.pku.edu.cn/abc/cpc_course/materials/Matlab_getstarted.pdf here] and  [http://www.atmos.pku.edu.cn/abc/cpc_course/materials/Matlab_primer.pdf here] for primers to Matlab.
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*Some assignments may require basic programming or plotting. Students with no programming or plotting experience should learn to do so. You are free to use your software of choice. We recommend [http://www.mathworks.cn/products/matlab/ Matlab] as an easy option. See [https://www.mathworks.com/help/pdf_doc/matlab/getstart.pdf here] and  [http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~bdriver/21d-s99/matlab-primer.html here] for instructions to get started on Matlab.

Revision as of 10:14, 18 February 2019

Contents

Syllabus

Instructor

Prof. Tzung-May Fu (fuzm@sustc.edu.cn;台州楼414)


Teaching assistant

  • 储瑶竹 (11849064@mail.sustc.edu.cn)
  • Send email to TA by 2/26 (Tuesday), with subject: name + year + major + student id + cell phone number


Intended audience

Undergraduates majoring in Environmental Science


Lecture time & place

Tuesdays 10:20~12:10 + Thursdays (odd weeks) 8:00~9:50; @一教304教室


Office hour

By email appointment


Course materials

The purchase of the two text books is strongly recommended. Alternatively, you can check them out from the library:

Other reference material:


Grading

  1. Pop quizzes (5%-10%)
  2. Mid-term exam (1 hr long;10%-20%)
  3. Final exam (2 hrs long; 50%~60%)
  4. 14 weekly assignments (20%):approximately 4 questions each week.

All assignments are due the following Tuesday BEFORE class starts. Late or copied assignments will not be graded.


Field trip

TBD. Voluntary


Schedule

Week Date Topics Reading Assignment
1 2/19 (T) Ch 1 Introduction NN 1,2,3 Assignment 1
1 2/21 (Th) Ch 1 Introduction HJ 1
2 2/26 (T) Ch 2 Air Pollution Meteorology NN 5; HJ3 Assignment 2
3 3/5 (T) Ch 2 Air Pollution Meteorology NN 5; HJ 3 Assignment 3
3 3/7 (Th) Ch 3 Air Pollution Concentration Models NN 6; HJ 4
4 3/12 (T) Ch 4 General Ideas in Air Pollution Control NN 7 Assignment 4
5 3/19 (T) Ch 5 Combustion NN 7; HJ 2 Assignment 5
5 3/21 (Th) Ch 6 Nature of Particulate Pollutants NN 8; HJ 5
6 3/26 (T) Ch 7 Control of Primary Particulates NN 9; HJ 6 Assignment 6
7 4/2 (T) Ch 7 Control of Primary Particulates NN 9; HJ 6 Assignment 7
7 4/4 (Th) Ch 7 Control of Primary Particulates NN 9; HJ 6
8 4/9 (T) Ch 7 Control of Primary Particulates NN 9; HJ 6 Assignment 8
9 4/16 (T) Mid-term exam (1 h)

Ch 8 Control of Sulfur Oxides

NN 11; HJ 8 Assignment 9
9 4/18 (Th) Ch 8 Control of Sulfur Oxides NN 11; HJ 8
10 4/23 (T) Ch 8 Control of Sulfur Oxides NN 11; HJ 8 Assignment 10
10 4/26 (Th) Make-up class for 5/7 Ch 8 Control of Sulfur Oxides NN 11; HJ 8
11 4/30 (T) Ch 9 Control of Nitrogen Oxides NN 12; HJ 9 Assignment 11
11 5/2 (Th) Ch 9 Control of Nitrogen Oxides NN 12; HJ 9
12 5/7 (T) Rescheduled(4/26)
13 5/14 (T) Ch 10 Control of VOCs NN 10; HJ 10 Assignment 13
13 5/16 (Th) Ch 10 Control of VOCs NN 10; HJ 10
14 5/21 (T) Ch 11 The Motor Vehicle Problem NN 13; HJ 11 Assignment 14
15 5/28 (T) Ch 12 Indoor Air Quality NN 15
15 5/30 (Th) Ch 13 Air Pollution, Ozone Hole, and Climate Change
16 Time and place TBD Final exam


Assignments

  • Assignments are listed at the end of each week's course slides
  • All assignments are due the following Tuesday BEFORE class starts. Late or copied assignments will not be graded.
  • Some assignments may require basic programming or plotting. Students with no programming or plotting experience should learn to do so. You are free to use your software of choice. We recommend Matlab as an easy option. See here and here for instructions to get started on Matlab.