The accuracy of activity data and emission factor is vitally important for emission quantification (Zhao et al. 2010). The Monte Carlo analysis method was applied to quantify the potential uncertainty of the established emission inventory (Streets et al. 2003). The uncertainty of the emission factor and activity level were given by simulation equation, and 10,000 simulations were implemented. The upper and lower limits of 95% confidence interval were assigned to determine the uncertainty range.

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