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Dispersion modeling of a plume in the tar sands area

P. R. Slawson

Dispersion modeling of a plume in the tar sands area

by P. R. Slawson

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Published by Envirodyne ltd. in Waterloo, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Smoke prevention,
  • Smoke plumes,
  • Diffusion -- Tables

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP.R. Slawson, G.A. Davidson and C.S. Maddukuri.
    SeriesEnvironmental research report -- 1980-1
    ContributionsDavidson, George Albert, 1947-, Maddukuri, C. Subbarao., Syncrude Canada Ltd.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD884 S5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 316 p. :
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19284756M

    article by Settles: “plume dispersion modeling is central to homeland security” [32]. Our aim in this paper is to guide the reader through the entire mathematical modelling process, from the original conception of the model to the interpretation of results in the context of an actual industrial Size: 1MB. Atmospheric dispersion model calculator solving for plume concentration at a point in space given pollution emission rate, average wind speed, y and z standard deviation, y .

    Evaluation of Chemical Dispersion Models using Atmospheric Plume Measurements from Field Experiments EPA Contract No: EP‐D‐07‐ Work Assignment No: 4‐06 and 5‐08 Prepared for: Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards U.S. Environmental Protection Agency T.W. Alexander Drive. tool: regional dispersion models, rather than plume models. However, the process of assuring that plume visual impacts are not objectionable to visitors to Class I areas may contribute to the broader visibility protection issue by limiting industrial source siting near Class I areas.

    Dispersion Modeling Recommendations: 1. Use MACCS version - includes option for RG dispersion model vice power law-Use look-up tables for Dispersion coefficients (Briggs for elevated releases, E-K for ground level releases) 2. Use X/Q from for CW, or Use area specific surface roughness 3. Parametric Deposition Velocity for. Dispersion Coefficients For Plume And Puff Models - posted in Industrial Professionals: Hi,Can any body tell me whether the Pasqull's dispersion coefficients are the same for both plume and puff models or they are different? I came to know from Calpuff user's manual that there are different equations for rural and urban coefficients. Also I saw in one reference book two different nomographs.


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Dispersion modeling of a plume in the tar sands area. Author(s) / Creator(s) Maddukuri, C.S. Slawson, P.R. Davidson, G.A. The plume rise, spread and supporting meterological and source data given in Slawson et al () were further analyzed in order to provide a more suitable data set upon which a site-tuned plume dispersion model could be by: 2.

plume model is described and tested against some of the observed plume cross-sections. A plume rise and Gaussian dispersion model based on these mea­ surements of the plume is described and tested against observed ground plane aircraft transect datao This model may form the basis for a subsequent Syncrude plume model.

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(Lecture Notes in Engineering (25))Cited by: 2. During four seasonal periods inmeasurements of the rise and spread of the powerhouse plume of the Suncor plant in the tar sands area of Alberta, Canada were collected, using both ground-based photography and an instrumented aircraft.

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That on the web report Dispersion modeling of a plume in the tar sands area. Inversion data are not presently available for the Oil Sands area; so an estimation of inversion height had to be made. Based on data at Fort Smith an inversion height of - m is thought to be representative of the Tar Sands area during the months October to March, with m occurring in January and m in October and by: 1.

Air pollution dispersion modeling is the mathematical simulation of how air pollutants disperse in the ambient atmosphere. It is performed with computer programs that solve the mathematical equations and algorithms which simulate the pollutant dispersion. The dispersion models are used to.

Abstract. The Athabasca Oil Sands Region of northeastern Alberta has been, and will continue to be, a significant source of SO 2 and NO X emissions. Ambient air quality models that simulate transport, dispersion, chemical transformation, and deposition processes have been used in the region for the past 30 years to help manage ambient air quality due to these by: Verification of the plume rise/dispersion model USPR: plume rise for single stack emissions.

Ecol. Modelling, Despite proliferation of the use of air pollution models for regulatory application, major discrepancies still occur between models and also between models and observations, espe- cially when oversimplistic models are by: 4.

Good Practice Guide for Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling i. Acknowledgements Limitations of Gaussian-plume models 15 Advanced dispersion models 16 CALPUFF 18 Good Practice Guide for Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling iii.

The regional scale 35File Size: 2MB. The significant moisture content of the scrubbed plume upon exit leads to important thermodynamic effects during plume rise which are unaccounted for in the usual dry plume rise theories.

For example, under conditionally unstable atmospheres, a wet scrubbed plume treated as completely dry acts as if the atmosphere were stable whereas in reality Cited by: 1. RODOS(WG2)-TN(98) Description of the Atmospheric Dispersion Module RIMPUFF final - 5 - 2 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RIMPUFF MODEL Application area of the model The standard Gaussian plume model is widely used to calculate the atmospheric dispersion of airborne materials.

The main advantage of this model is its by: Plume dispersion in a stratified, near-coastal flow: Measurements and modeling Article in Continental Shelf Research 20(6) April with 51 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The main model features are: (1) it treats dispersion by the motion of buoyant particles; (2) it accounts for environmental turbulence effects on plumes through detrainment of plume material by the ambient turbulence; and (3) it incorporates the gravity current plume spreading in the UBL entrainment layer by including the lofting model.

A single reference to all aspects of contemporary air dispersion modeling. The practice of air dispersion modeling has changed dramatically in recent years, in large part due to new EPA regulations.

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The models in this section include the following: AERMOD Modeling System - A steady-state plume model that. The modeling procedures can be categorized into four generic classes: Gaussian Numerical statistical or empirical and physical The emphasis is on Gaussian-plume type models for continuous releases, which are at the core of most regulatory models Gaussian models are the.

disk area 2 mass/time passing thru disk area 3 C 1 > C 2 > C 3 = Simplified Steady-State Plume Model *Pollutant is well mixed and confined within the cone *Pollutant is continuously swept thru the cone by the wind Concentration vs.

distance downwind depends upon cone shape. Model Options The model options used in ISCST – model for prediction of short term (24 hr) incremental GLC of pollutants are as follows- The plume rise is estimated by Briggs formula but the final rise is always limited that of mixing layer.

Buoyancy induced dispersion is used to describe the increase in plume Size: 1MB. The cornerstone of most dispersion calculations in regulatory applications is the Gaussian plume formula for a continuous point source in a uniform flow with homogeneous turbulence: -.

Characteristics of Dispersion Models • The accuracy of air pollutant dispersion models varies according to the complexity of the terrain and the availability of historic meteorological data.

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11 air pollution dispersion 1. Point Source Gaussian Plume Model – Vertical Dispersion Example • A stack in an urban area is emitting 80 g/s of NO. It has an effective stack height of m. The wind speed is 4 m/s at 10 m.

It is a clear summer day with the sun nearly overhead.AEROPOL (Estonia) – The AERO-POLlution model developed at the Tartu Observatory in Estonia is a Gaussian plume model for simulating the dispersion of continuous, buoyant plumes from stationary point, line and area sources over flat terrain on a local to regional scale.

It includes plume depletion by wet and/or dry deposition as well as the.