E3S Web Conf.
Volume 111, 2019CLIMA 2019 Congress
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Sustainable Urbanization and Energy System Integration|
|Published online||13 August 2019|
In-process measurement of urban energy-oxygen-pollution for the main residential building areas in Timisoara
West University of Timisoara, Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen Interdisciplinary Platform, 300223 Vasile Parvan 4A/704C, Romania
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The development of cities is below the target in reducing pollution and high population density. The environmental agency formulated the rules for the construction of spatial area-based balances of energy use-oxygen production-pollution for the new Building Code of Timisoara. Studies for households or traffic typically evaluate separately energy, oxygen production or pollution. In this research, we have developed a flow-funds model for conterminous residential building processes with spatial-temporal borders. We are modeling the integrated processes for energy-oxygen-pollution in 14 urban zones for households-buildings with segmentation of partial processes for energy-pollution and separately for oxygen flows. The segmentation is based on modeling of 338 streets at nano-levels as street segments. We have found a new solution for the boundaries in place of the 73 Territorial References Units in the in force Building Code. We made the distinction between area-point and in-process measurement. The modeling revealed that national energy-pollution balances did not integrate oxygen urban production which overestimates the CO2 reported figures. The daily intensity of carbon sequestration in the warm season for 14 zones in Timisoara varies between 0.21-0.70 grams per meter squared for residential areas. The different carbon sequestration intensity justifies differentiated measures to reduce the pollution in residential areas.
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