Author(s): Hale Nur Tosun1, Sukru Dursun2, Huseyin Toros3,
  • 1. Konya Technical University, Engineering Faculty, Konya, Turkey ,
  • 2. Engineering and Natural Science Faculty, Konya Technical University, Konya, Turkey ,
  • 3. Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Department of Meteorology, Maslak, Istanbul, Turkey ,

Abstract: In particular, annual amounts of pollutants released from artificial sources reach from a few hundred tons to millions of tons. These produce effects in varying degrees, depending on the area and quantities in which they are formed. The adverse health effects that occur as a result of the inhalation of pollutants (direct exposure) by humans (direct exposure), the mixing of the pollutants accumulated from the air, soil, plants, animals and other environmental environments into the drinking water and food chain (indirect exposure), and the accumulation and absorption of chemicals entering the body. is the important result. Especially in cities, with the increase in air pollution caused by heating, traffic and industry in recent years, there has been an increase in health problems. Air pollution is the release of chemicals, particulate matter or biological materials that harm or disturb humans or other living organisms or harm the natural and artificial environment. The change in the physical, chemical and biological properties of the air affects natural and artificial non-living beings as well as living things. Air pollution occurs when the natural composition of the air changes to a certain extent. Air pollution is the release of chemicals, particulate matter or biological materials that harm or disturb humans or other living organisms or harm the natural and artificial environment. The change in the physical, chemical and biological properties of the air affects natural and artificial non-living beings as well as living things. Air pollution occurs when the natural composition of the air changes to a certain extent. In the calculation of emissions from traffic, data on the length of the roads in the project area, the number of vehicles in the project area and the amount of fuel consumed in the project area have been compiled. From the number of vehicles in our city, the ratio of the number of collecting vehicles was obtained, and from here, the amount of fuel and how much it was used was calculated by proportioning to the fuel types. According to the amount of fuel consumed; Emissions from traffic are calculated using the emission factors of fuels.