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Example 2 Problem Discuss the following issues: 1. 2. 3. The possibility of computer-aided air quality management and air dispersion analyses of various gaseous pollutants. The availability of commercial software for air dispersion analysis. The availability of a special training program. Solution 1. 2. 3. The computer programs for air quality management and air dispersion analysis are available in the literature (15,16). The hand-calculated results in this chapter agree closely with the computer-calculated results.
It should be noted that the meteorological records have shown in Table 3 that the unstable case occurs during 75% of all hours with a mean wind speed of 10 m/s, and the stable case is found during the remaining 25% of the hours, also with an approx 10-m/s mean wind. In this example, the stable case has been completely eliminated from further consideration because it contributes nothing to the ground-level concentrations for the unstable case alone and distributes these concentrations radically according to the wind rose associated with the unstable case.
The possibility of computer-aided air quality management and air dispersion analyses of various gaseous pollutants. The availability of commercial software for air dispersion analysis. The availability of a special training program. Solution 1. 2. 3. The computer programs for air quality management and air dispersion analysis are available in the literature (15,16). The hand-calculated results in this chapter agree closely with the computer-calculated results. 1 predicts the dispersion of airborne sulfur dioxide from a stack, a slightly modified calculation procedure and computer program can predict the dispersion of other types of gaseous pollutants from a stack.