Modeling Software for EHS Professionals
01: Getting Started – BREEZE Incident Analyst
01: Getting Started – BREEZE Incident Analyst

This video highlights the user-friendly and intuitive features of BREEZE Incident Analyst, and shows you how to streamline your accidental release model setup using the Incident Tab, and how you can easily get access to Help at any point during your model setup.

0:24     Intuitive Ribbon Bar Navigation
0:40     Incident Tab to Streamline Model Setup
1:40     Easily Accessible Help Section

02: How to Select and Add Chemicals – BREEZE Incident Analyst
02: How to Select and Add Chemicals – BREEZE Incident Analyst

This tutorial will guide you through the seamless process of selecting or adding a chemical or chemical mixture, which is required in order to run any of the models within BREEZE Incident Analyst. 

0:09     Quick Assess to Predefined Chemicals and Chemical Mixtures
1:02     Easily Add Chemicals and Chemical Mixtures

03: Quickly Define Meteorological Conditions and Levels of Concern – BREEZE Incident Analyst
03: Quickly Define Meteorological Conditions and Levels of Concern – BREEZE Incident Analyst

This video will guide you through defining the meteorological conditions and levels of concern for your accidental release model run in BREEZE Incident Analyst. 

0:06     Define Meteorological Conditions
1:15     Define Levels of Concern and Averaging Times

04: Multiple Ways to Add Sources and Receptors – BREEZE Incident Analyst
04: Multiple Ways to Add Sources and Receptors – BREEZE Incident Analyst

This video demonstrates the multiple ways to add sources and receptors to your accidental release modeling scenario in BREEZE Incident Analyst. 

0:06     Multiple Ways to Add Sources
0:56     Using the Source Term Wizard
2:30     Multiple Ways to Add Receptors

05: Analyze and Visualize Model Results – BREEZE Incident Analyst
05: Analyze and Visualize Model Results – BREEZE Incident Analyst

This video will guide you through the robust set of model output options available in BREEZE Incident Analyst, including the powerful results visualization that can be achieved using BREEZE 3D Analyst.

0:14     Quickly Extract and Summarize Key Results
0:50     Visualize Results with BREEZE 3D Analyst

Creating Animations with Incident Analyst Results using BREEZE 3D Analyst
Creating Animations with Incident Analyst Results using BREEZE 3D Analyst

With BREEZE 3D Analyst you can easily create animations of your time-sequenced Incident Analyst modeling results. These animations can serve as great visual tools when analyzing the results or presenting your modeling results to colleagues or clients. To create an animation of your Incident Analyst results in BREEZE 3D Analyst, follow the steps listed in this modeling tip: Creating Animations with Incident Analyst Results using BREEZE 3D Analyst

BREEZE Incident Analyst: Results Analysis - Plume Dispersion
BREEZE Incident Analyst: Results Analysis - Plume Dispersion

The video shows the simulation of a small puncture in an anhydrous ammonia tanker truck using BREEZE Incident Analyst. This is a classic scenario that BREEZE Incident Analyst's dense gas dispersion models can easily handle.