Volume 3, September, 2018
ANALYSIS OF DATA OBTAINED WITH THE APPLICATION “Navzikaq” FOR INVESTIGATION OF AIR POPUTION IN SOFIA
ABSTRACT - The article investigates the components of atmospheric air pollution: dust, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, hydrogen sulphide and other anthropogenic components. For this purpose the application "Navzikaq" for the study of foggy air in Sofia was used. A statistical analysis of the data obtained from a sensor in a given area was carried out. Dust is the main cause of many harmful health effects. Fine dust particles are responsible for increasing allergies, asthmatic attacks, respiratory disturbances, lung cancer, and an increased risk of inflammation in the middle ear in children. It assumes that they affect the heart and blood circulation (eg heart attack). The magnitude of particle impact on the respiratory tract depends, along with particle toxicity such as lead, vanadium, beryllium, aluminum, mercury, hydrocarbon compounds, and particle size: the smaller the particles, the deeper they penetrate into the the lungs of the human being. The Navzikaq application can track the pollution in a given area on the page.
Keywords: particulate matter, mathematical model of real objects, X evector input variables, Output variables Y, Output effects vector