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Main Title Continued research in mesoscale air pollution simulation modeling. Volume III, Modeling of microscale phenomena /
Author Lamb, R. G.
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Author Title of a Work
Demerjian, Kenneth L.
CORP Author Systems Applications, Inc., San Rafael, Calif.;Environmental Sciences Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, N.C.
Publisher Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory ; National Technical Information Service,
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA 600/4-76-016 C; SAI/EF75-25; EPA/68-02-1237
Stock Number PB-257 528
OCLC Number 220807027
Subjects Photochemical smog--Simulation methods ; Air--Pollution--Simulation methods ; Environmental monitoring--EPA 600/4-76-016 C
Additional Subjects Air pollution ; Atmospheric models ; Computerized simulation ; Combustion products ; Atmospheric circulation ; Concentration(Composition) ; Mathematical models ; Numerical analysis ; Carbon monoxide ; Nitrogen oxides ; Sensitivity ; Photochemical reactions ; Physical properties ; Chemical properties ; Urban areas ; Assessments ; Modifications ; Diffusion ; Wind velocity ; Turbulence ; Reaction kinetics ; Plumes ; Forecasting ; Computer programs ; FORTRAN ; Industrial wastes ; Airshed models ; Grid model
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ELBD ARCHIVE EPA 600-4-76-016c Received from HQ AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 10/04/2023
NTIS  PB-257 528 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation x, 233 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm.
This report develops mathematical techniques that influence the development of urban air pollution but are not resolvable by grid networks used in airshed simulation models. These phenomena include turbulence-generated fluxes of pollutants, turbulence-induced fluctuations in the contaminant concentrations, and subgrid-scale variations in the mean concentration distribution. In addition, the report examines the problem of resolving the spatial details that exist in the mean concentration fields in the vicinity of point and line sources. The analysis concludes with a discussion of the problem of accounting for pollutant dispersion effects caused by buoyancy forces in hot stack exhausts.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 230-232). "EPA 600/4-76-016 C." "May 1976." "68-02-1237." "Project Officer, Kenneth L. Demerjian." Photocopy. Research Triangle Park, N.C. : US EPA,