TABLE D-13 Mobile6.2 Ammonia Emissions (g/VMT)

 

2005

2030

HDGV2B

0.045

0.045

HDGV3

0.045

0.045

HDGV4

0.045

0.045

HDGV5

0.045

0.045

HDGV6

0.045

0.045

HDGV7

0.045

0.045

HDDV2B

0.027

0.027

HDDV3

0.027

0.027

HDDV4

0.027

0.027

HDDV5

0.027

0.027

HDDV6

0.027

0.027

HDDV7

0.027

0.027

HDDV8A

0.027

0.027

HDDV8B

0.027

0.027

LDGV

0.100

0.102

LDGT1

0.100

0.102

LDGT2

0.097

0.102

LDGT3

0.097

0.102

LDDV

0.007

0.007

LDDT

0.027

0.027

LDDT12

0.007

0.007

manufacturing processes are unique. There is no known information that estimates the energy requirements and resulting emissions of manufacturing heavy-duty gasoline and diesel fuels of different classes. As a result, this component was excluded from the assessment.

COUNTY-LEVEL DAMAGE CALCULATIONS

The vehicle feedstock, fuel, operation, and manufacturing per VMT emission factors are used in conjunction with APEEP county unit-damage factors to determine county resolution total damages. For each of the lifecycle components, particular assumptions were made in performing the calculations. APEEP has county-level pollutant-unit damages for all states except Alaska and Hawaii. For every county, APEEP reports ground levels and various heights of emission-unit damages (dollar per metric tonne emitted) for VOCs, NOx, PM2.5, SO2, and NH3 (ammonia).

Feedstock Production Damages

The location of feedstock production and associated emissions is not clear for the various fuel energy inputs. From crude oil to corn to coal, the



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