Air pollution dispersion modeling software
DISPER software: air pollution software, stack design, air dispersion modeling, stack testing, air dispersion software and combustion modeling
The transport and dispersion of air pollutants in the air are influenced by many complex factors. Weather patterns and topographical conditions affect the way that pollutants are transported and dispersed in the air. The primary factors affecting transport and dispersion of pollutants are wind and stability. The winds are caused by differences in pressure between areas of the atmosphere. Differences in pressure cause air to move from high pressure areas to low pressure areas. Wind speed can affect the pollutant concentration in a selected area. In general, the higher the wind speed, the lower the pollutant concentration. The winds dilute pollutants and rapidly disperse them throughout the near areas. The DISPER air dispersion model is a steady-state Gaussian plume model which can be used to assess pollutant concentrations from wide variety of sources associated with an industrial complex, roads,...
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