دراسة التلوث الهوائي الناجم عن مركبات النقل و الحلول المقترحة حالة دراسة في محافظة حلب

الهام بدور, حسن الحاجي, ميساء السوادي

Abstract


The transport with different forms, is the primary key of the economy, in all countries as it is an essential element in the social life of each human societies, but at the same time it is one of the main sources of air pollution, especially if this sector is not subject to strict laws, such as determining the age of a specific transport permitted to use within the big cities, in addition to strict periodic tests on these means, and application instructions meticulously. This search focuses on the analysis of the problem of air pollution, and to identify the most important air pollutants, and then deals with the study of the influence of the traditional means of transport in the major cities on the rates of air pollution, and apply it to the city of Aleppo. And the procedures that we have make to reduce the air pollution in the big cities, including Aleppo.

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