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This research aimed to study the behavior of heat transfer. And heat in the inverse temperature phenomenon in which the problem of pollution and there are various toxins mixed in the air that are created by humans and nature. Because humans need to breathe. And unable to separate toxins from the air Thus making the process of breathing automatically bring toxins into the body Therefore, this research is to study computer simulations to study heat transfer. And heat during inverse temperature phenomena. To study and explain the models, behavior, diffusion, concentration of toxic substances that are affected by variables in the equation such as temperature, convection temperature. Flow velocity and the concentration of toxic substances. By using a model and analyzed with four basic equations: 1. Equation of continuity 2. Momentum equation 3. Energy conservation equation 4. Diffusion equation of substance concentration Using a computer program numerical solution based on finite element methodology. From the study, it is found that the air temperature in high altitude areas. This is an important variable indicating the effect of toxic substance concentration distribution. Therefore, the concentration of toxic substances in the second case and the second case is the second level. In this study, the results showed that the concentrations of toxic substances were lower, so new fish were more likely to be contaminated. The results of this study can explain the two phenomena. Case study of inversion of 1 layer by temperature, the results show that the accumulation of sulfur dioxide is less than two opposite temperatures.
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