Optimization Models for Acid Rain Control

by Hugh Ellis, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Energy in the 90's


A series of related optimization formulations are presented for developing and analyzing acid rain control strategies. These models span a wide array of approaches and reflect a similarly broad array of policy objectives. The intent here is to reaffirm the need for pursuing a multiplicity of approaches in developing abatement strategies.

Subject Headings: Optimization models | Acid rain | Air pollution | Control systems | System analysis | Sulfur

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