23 o A receptor network of 1,000 receptors is divided into four 250 receptor sub24

networks. 10 facilities are modeled with 5 years of NWS data in one AERMOD

25 run for each receptor network, resulting in four AERMOD runs. After the

26 AERMOD runs are complete, the MAXDCONT results for each network can be

27 re-combined into the larger network.

28 All sources and receptors are modeled in an AERMOD run for each year.

29 Ten facilities are modeled with 5 years of NWS data. All facilities are modeled with all

30 receptors for each year individually, resulting in five AERMOD runs. MAXDCONT

31 output can be used and post-processed to generate the necessary design value

32 concentrations. The receptor network is divided and each year is modeled separately for

33 each sub-network with all sources.

34 Ten facilities are modeled with 5 years of NWS data for 1,000 receptors. The receptor

35 network is divided into four 250 receptor networks. For each sub-network, all ten

36 facilities are modeled for each year separately, resulting in twenty AERMOD runs.

37 MAXDCONT output can be used and post-processed to generate the necessary design

38 value concentrations.

5. References

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