Optimal emission control of a transient air pollution source by the method of finite difference
Following Butkovskiy (1969) an approach is made in solving distributed optimal control problem of air pollution by the use of lumped approximation based on finite difference representations of the spatial derivatives yielding a set of differential difference equations, In this paper the diffusion of a horizontally homogeneous concentration distribution is considered, when the ground level source is taken as a control with respect such that the system will reach a desired state from an Initial state In a lowest possible time.
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