Mathematical investigations of gas flare constituents in oil producing regions of Malaysia

T. V. Omotosho, M. E. Emetere, M. L. Akinyemi, Mardina Abdullah, Mandeep Singh Jit Singh

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Abstract

Air pollution due to gas-flaring is a major concern in most region of the world. The short and long term effect of the massive air pollution on the life form within the area requires urgent attention because of the health implication. This research examines the impact of air pollutants in oil producing region of Malaysia using remotely sensed satellite data. The satellite data set was obtained from CALIPSO, MODIS and AIRS. A mathematical software (MATLAB) was used to analyse the results. For Sulphur dioxide (SO2), Kemaman had the highest rate of pollution (0.075DU), then Petronas (0.074DU), Kertih (0.067 DU), Port (0.065DU), Rapids (0.052DU), Melaka 1 (0.032DU) respectively. For Carbon dioxide (CO2), Kertih and Petronas was the most polluted with (382.33ppmv), Melaka 1 and Port had (382.27ppmv), Rapid had (382.04ppmv) and Kemaman (381.53ppmv) respectively. For Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Petronas had the highest mean value with (311.18mol/cm2), Melaka 1 (243.4mol/cm2), Port (201.5mol/cm2), Rapids (183.3mol/cm2), Kertih (117.73mol/cm2), Kemaman (95.7mol/cm2) respectively. For Ozone (O3), the stations with the highest rate of concentration were Rapids, Melaka 1, Petronas, Kertih and Kemaman with (252.43E+2mol/cm2). Mathematical projections were made to capture the dilemma-people in this region might encounter in the nearest future.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
Pages111-116
Number of pages6
Volume2015-September
ISBN (Print)9781479919406
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 29 Sep 2015
Event4th International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace 2015 - Langkawi, Malaysia
Duration: 10 Aug 201512 Aug 2015

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Other4th International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace 2015
CountryMalaysia
CityLangkawi
Period10/8/1512/8/15

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Malaysia
Satellites
air pollution
Sulfur dioxide
Gases
Ozone
MATLAB
Carbon dioxide
Pollution
Health
Nitrogen
pollutant
projection
Air
air
health
Oils

Keywords

  • aerosol
  • aerosols
  • carbon dioxide
  • gas flaring
  • greenhouse gase
  • Malaysian oil region
  • mathematical model
  • methane
  • nitrate oxide
  • sulphate

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Communication

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Omotosho, T. V., Emetere, M. E., Akinyemi, M. L., Abdullah, M., & Jit Singh, M. S. (2015). Mathematical investigations of gas flare constituents in oil producing regions of Malaysia. In International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace (Vol. 2015-September, pp. 111-116). [7283754] IEEE Computer Society. https://doi.org/10.1109/IconSpace.2015.7283754

Mathematical investigations of gas flare constituents in oil producing regions of Malaysia. / Omotosho, T. V.; Emetere, M. E.; Akinyemi, M. L.; Abdullah, Mardina; Jit Singh, Mandeep Singh.

International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace. Vol. 2015-September IEEE Computer Society, 2015. p. 111-116 7283754.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Omotosho, TV, Emetere, ME, Akinyemi, ML, Abdullah, M & Jit Singh, MS 2015, Mathematical investigations of gas flare constituents in oil producing regions of Malaysia. in International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace. vol. 2015-September, 7283754, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 111-116, 4th International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace 2015, Langkawi, Malaysia, 10/8/15. https://doi.org/10.1109/IconSpace.2015.7283754
Omotosho TV, Emetere ME, Akinyemi ML, Abdullah M, Jit Singh MS. Mathematical investigations of gas flare constituents in oil producing regions of Malaysia. In International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace. Vol. 2015-September. IEEE Computer Society. 2015. p. 111-116. 7283754 https://doi.org/10.1109/IconSpace.2015.7283754
Omotosho, T. V. ; Emetere, M. E. ; Akinyemi, M. L. ; Abdullah, Mardina ; Jit Singh, Mandeep Singh. / Mathematical investigations of gas flare constituents in oil producing regions of Malaysia. International Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace. Vol. 2015-September IEEE Computer Society, 2015. pp. 111-116
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