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Modeled attainment demonstration- A modeled attainment demonstration consists of two parts: an
analysis estimating emission levels consistent with attainment of the NAAQS, and a list of measures that
will lead to the desired emission levels once growth is accounted for. The first (analysis) part consists of
a modeled attainment test. It may also include an “unmonitored area analysis” and a review of a diverse
set of model outputs and emissions, air quality and meteorological data for consideration in a weight of
evidence determination to assess whether attainment of the NAAQS is likely with the proposed control
Modeled attainment test - This test takes the ratio of mean predicted future and current ozone or PM2.5
species concentrations averaged over multiple days and multiplies this ratio times the site-specific
monitored design value at each monitoring location. If the product is less than the NAAQS near all
monitoring sites, the test is passed.
Modeling system - This is a group of models used to predict ambient ozone and/or PM2.5
concentrations. The group includes an emissions model which converts countywide emission information
into gridded speciated emissions which vary diurnally and reflect environmental conditions. It also
includes a meteorological model which provides gridded meteorological outputs and an air
chemistry/deposition model which takes information provided by the emissions and meteorological
models and uses it to develop gridded predictions of hourly pollutant concentrations.
Relative response factor (RRF) - The ratio of predicted ozone and/or PM2.5 concentrations averaged
over multiple days near a monitoring site with future emissions to corresponding predictions obtained
with current emissions.
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