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Lower troposphere and boundary layer measurements

While aerosol and gaseous pollutants in the UK are generally well-observed at the surface, and column-averaged information is increasingly available from satellite observations, there remains limited data on the vertical distribution of key pollutants in the UK boundary layer…

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UK air quality reanalysis

In recent years the importance of understanding the impact of poor air quality on our health has moved higher up the political agenda. Efforts to fully understand the relationship between pollution episodes and the onset or deterioration of our health have been stepped up…

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Kilometre scale air quality model for the UK

Although there is an abundance of regional scale air quality models operating with grid lengths typically at 10km, the same cannot be said of ‘complex’ models operating at higher resolution of around a kilometre…

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High resolution meteorological modelling for air quality

The meteorological wind and mixing within the urban environment play a key role in air quality as it influences factors such as chemical reactions and residence time (how long pollution remains in an area)…

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Food Transport Refrigeration with Engine Exhaust and Metal Hydride Reactors

The standard cooling cycle for refrigerated transport is the Vapour Compression System (VCS). Working fluids are traditionally hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) with relatively high Global Warming Potential (GWP)…

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Cool Run: Hubl’s solution to multi-temperature last mile delivery

The Cool Run system optimises the handling of food through a novel insulated pod system, which controls the temperature of individual unit loads

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Auto-Align: Reduction of tyre and road wear through wheel alignment monitoring

Auto-Align is a development project that creates a monitoring system to enable commercial vehicle operators to reduce particulate emissions resulting from tyre and road wear…

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CAGE: Clean Air Gas Engine

The CAGE project (Clean Air Gas Engine) brings together the gas engine development expertise of project…

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BioAirNet – Indoor / Outdoor Bioaerosols Interface and Relationships Network

The aim of BioAirNet is to act as the leading voice for the UK BioPM science community by taking a transdisciplinary approach to understand the complexity and connectivity among people…

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TRANSITION Clean Air Network – Optimising air quality and health benefits associated with a low-emission transport and mobility revolution in the UK

The aim of the TRANSITION network is to identify, prioritise and tackle indoor and outdoor air quality challenges linked to the UK low emission mobility revolution, bringing together academics…

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