- International Fees
International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees. Exact cost will be calculated upon completion of registration.
The growing attention of the society to air quality and climate change along with the need for its mitigation and adaptation, requires knowledge of atmospheric characteristics, processes, observations, and data collection/ processing. This course discusses air quality in terms of atmospheric physics and chemistry. The students are introduced to atmospheric structure and processes, meteorology, emission sources and inventories, indoor and outdoor, urban, regional and global air quality issues, and regulation. An introduction to dispersion modeling with demonstration of SCREEN regulatory modeling tool as methods of linking emissions to air quality are also presented. The Adaptive Management strategy is covered through theory and case studies.
- Admission to EENG program
Below is one offering of EENG 7420 for the Winter 2024 term.
Tue Jan 09 - Tue Apr 23 (15 weeks)
- 15 weeks
- CRN 87515
- Domestic fees $826.81International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees.
Class meeting times
|Jan 09 - Apr 23||Tue||14:30 - 17:30||Burnaby NE01 Rm. 282|
Course outline TBD — see Learning Outcomes in the interim.
- Departmental approval needed
- International fees are typically three times the amount of domestic fees. Exact cost will be calculated upon completion of registration.
RESERVED: Course registration is restricted to students currently admitted in the EE program. BEFORE YOU REGISTER, you must email Program Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org for permission to take this course. Include your BCIT ID A#. No class on Reading Break Feb 20-23, 2024.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Discuss airborne contaminants, their sources and effects within the context of atmospheric chemistry and physics, human health and environmental impacts.
- Discuss Canadian, US and European air quality regulations and initiatives, with a focus on emissions performance standards and air quality standards.
- Illustrate meteorology concepts that can have an impact on air quality.
- Relate air emissions to air quality dispersion modelling.
- Discuss Indoor air quality issues, monitoring and regulations.
- Analyze the issue of urban, regional and global pollution and how those issues could be strategically managed to ensure acceptable air quality.
- Prepare a briefing note on an air quality issue.
- Propose an adaptive air quality management strategy duly based on research and data collection to address environmental, economic and social issues as they relate to an assigned airshed.
Effective as of Fall 2019
Atmosphere and Air Quality (EENG 7420) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Construction and the Environment
- Environmental Engineering
Bachelor of Technology Full-time/Part-time
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