Oct 19, 2015
BREEZE Software presented the following two papers at the CASANZ 22nd Biennial Clean Air Society Conference in Melbourne, Australia on September 22nd, 2015. Following the theme of the conference, New Frontiers, international and local speakers gathered to discuss new ideas and tools that can be applied across air quality and climate change fields.
In this presentation, the similarities and differences between AERMOD and AUSLPUME are discussed and analysed with the ultimate goal of easing the transition from AUSPLUME to AERMOD in Victoria, as well as Australia as a whole. Topics discussed include source types, treatment of terrain, plume rise algorithms, low wind speed conditions, and chemical transformations.
To ease the adoption of AERMOD into Australia and New Zealand, several technical aspects, that are important to the use of AERMOD, are discussed in this presentation. These technical aspects include mixing height calculation techniques, surface parameter sensitivities and considerations, urban option applicability, and selection of terrain.
Since 1983, Trinity has offered BREEZE® air dispersion modeling software designed to help environmental professionals perform air quality studies. BREEZE Software includes a fully integrated family of air dispersion modeling software products that allow you to increase productivity, visualize data, and quickly analyze air quality issues. Today, over 4,000 modelers in more than 90 countries use BREEZE air dispersion modeling products to evaluate impacts from a variety of continuous and accidental chemical release scenarios.
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