Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application III

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461296737
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 1/21/2012
  • Series: Nato Challenges of Modern Society (closed) Series , #5
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984
  • Pages: 727
  • Product dimensions: 7.01 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.48 (d)

Table of Contents

Lagrangian Modeling.- Aspects of Lagrangian Air Pollution Modeling.- The Integral Equation of Diffusion.- Lagrangian Long Range Air Pollution Model for Eastern North America.- Some Comparisons Between Lagrangian and Simple Source-Oriented Models for Long Range Atmospheric Transport and Dispersal of Radioactive Releases.- Application of Personal Computers to Lagrangian Modeling in Complex Terrain.- On Dispersion in the Convective Boundary Layer.- A New Monte-Carlo Scheme for Simulating Lagrangian Particle Diffusion with Wind Shear Effects.- Preliminary Tests of the Introduction of Lagrangian Dispersion modeling in a 3-D Atmospheric Meso-scale Numerical Model.- Studies of Plume Transport and Dispersion Over Distances of Travel Up to Several Hundred Kilometers.- Lagrangian Modeling of Dispersion in the Planetary Boundary Layer of Particulate Released by a Line Source.- A Monte-Carlo Model for the Simulation of Long-Range Transport of Air Pollutants.- Preliminary Analysis of Lagrangian Monte-Carlo Methods for Nonhomogeneous Turbulence.- PPI-Theory for Particle Dispersion.- Modeling Cooling Tower and Power Plant Plumes.- An Improved Analytical Model for Vapour Plume Visible Outline Predictions.- Simulation of Atmospheric Effects of Industrial Heat Releases: The “Artificial Convection” Program.- The Cooling Tower Model Smoka and Its Application to a Large Set of Data.- Dynamic Interaction of Cooling Tower and Stack Plumes.- Numerical Modeling of Cooling Tower Plumes: Comparison with Experiments.- Modeling the Dispersion of Heavy Gases.- The Modeling of Dispersion of Heavy Gases.- Numerical Simulations of Atmospheric Releases of Heavy Gases Over Variable Terrain.- Diffusion of Heavy Gases.- Entrainment Through the Top of a Heavy Gas Cloud, Numerical Treatment.- Maplin Sands Experiments 1980: Dispersion Results from Continuous Releases of Refrigerated Liquid Propane and LNG.- Remote Sensing as a Tool for Air Pollution Modeling.- Correlation Spectrometry as a Tool for Mesoscale Air Pollution Modeling.- Doppler Acoustic Sounding: Application to Dispersion Modeling.- Plume Modeling from Meterological Doppler Radar Data.- Observations and Predictions of Inversion Penetration by a Buoyant Industrial Plume.- Acoustic Sounder Data as Meteorological Input in Dispersion Estimates.- Simulation of Sulphur Dioxide Mass-Flow Over Milan Area.- Tetroon Flights as a Tool in Atmospheric Meso-Scale Transport Investigation.- Dispersion Modeling Including Phohemistry.- Progress in Phohemical Air Quality Simulation Modeling.- Evaluation of the Performance of a Phohemical Dispersion Model in Practical Applications.- A Second Generation Combined Transport/Chemistry Model for the Regional Transport of SOx and NOx Compounds.- Acid Deposition of Phohemical Oxidation Products — A Study Using a Lagrangian Trajectory Model.- Simulation of a Phohemical Smog Episode in the Rhine-Ruhr Area with a Three Dimensional Grid Model.- Oxidant Formation Described in a Three Level Grid.- Evaluation of Model Performances in Practical Applications.- Site-to-Site Variation in Performance of Dispersion Parameter Estimation Schemes.- Estimates of Vertical Diffusion From Sources Near the Ground in Strongly Unstable Conditions.- Validation of a Single Source Simulation by Means of Past and Actual Air Quality Measurements.- Application of a Three-Dimensional Model to the Calculation of Trajectories: A Case Study.- Estimation of Uncertainties in Transfer Matrix Elements in Long Range Transport Modeling.- Evaluation of a K-Model Formulated in Terms of Monin-Obukhov Similarity with the Results from the Prairie Grass Experiments.- Atmospheric Diffusion Modeling and Optimal Air Quality Control Strategies.- The Applications of an Integral Plume Rise Model.- Estimation of Diffuse Hydrocarbon Leakages from Petrochemical Factories.- Participants.- Author’s Index.
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