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BREEZE AERMOD Overview Tutorial
BREEZE AERMOD Overview Tutorial

This video highlights the main features of BREEZE AERMOD. 

0:13     Easily Accessible Help
0:32     Intuitive Ribbon Bar Interface
1:12     Multiple Ways to Add Sources, Receptors, Buildings
2:32     Copy/Paste Data from a Spreadsheet
3:07     Import Building Data with U.S. EPA’s BPIP Program
3:32     Import Terrain Data with Integrated AERMAP Utility
4:07     Quickly Extract and Summarize Key Results
4:40     Includes 3D Analyst for Advanced Post-Processing and Graphical Results
5:07     Plot to Google Earth 

Tutorial: How to Import Data from a Spreadsheet into BREEZE AERMOD
Tutorial: How to Import Data from a Spreadsheet into BREEZE AERMOD
BREEZE AERMOD offers numerous time-saving tools to help with setting up a modeling run. In this tutorial, we will show you how to import data to your modeling project with just a few clicks of your mouse, and other time-saving features available in the Data Tab.
Tutorial: Importing Base Maps in BREEZE AERMOD
Tutorial: Importing Base Maps in BREEZE AERMOD
In this video, we show you how to use the base map wizard , how to set up sources & receptors and how to plot concentrations
Tutorial: Gridded Plume Downwash
Tutorial: Gridded Plume Downwash
In this video, we demonstrate how to create create concentrations and distance plots.  We also show you how to render results over time in three dimensions.
Tutorial: Creating Animations in BREEZE 3D Analyst
Tutorial: Creating Animations in BREEZE 3D Analyst
With BREEZE AERMOD/ISC Pro Plus, creating animations of your results is easy with BREEZE 3D Analyst. These animations can serve as great visual tools when presenting your modeling results to colleagues or clients. View the modeling tip on creating animations in BREEZE 3D Analyst for more details.
Tutorial: Importing Buildings in BREEZE AERMOD
Tutorial: Importing Buildings in BREEZE AERMOD
This video demonstrates how easy it is to import buildings even if they were not originally created with the BREEZE modeling system. Buildings can influence the dispersion of stack plumes. To account for this influence, buildings must be added to an AERMOD or ISC dispersion scenario. BREEZE AERMOD / ISC allows you to enter buildings individually using a table view or drawing tools. In addition, buildings can be easily imported if the modeler has a building profile input file used as input to the BPIP / BPIPPRM program.
Tutorial: Creating Roadway Sources Using Drawing Tools in BREEZE AERMOD
Tutorial: Creating Roadway Sources Using Drawing Tools in BREEZE AERMOD
This video demonstrates how these roadway line sources are generated. BREEZE AERMOD has a unique tool to assist in the creation of roadways that auto-generate volume sources from which emissions from haul roads and the like can easily modeled.
Pricing from $1,495

AERMOD is available in two editions:

  • Pro - $1,495
  • Pro Plus - $1,995

Includes one year of maintenance with purchase.

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What You Get

  • BREEZE 3D Analyst for post-processing and graphical displays of results 
  • Basic version of BREEZE MetView 
  • Basic, merge-only version of BREEZE AERMET 
  • Ability for parallel processing 
  • Two free runs to the high speed remote modeling system

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