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Main Title Air quality simulation model performance for one-hour averages /
Author Moore, G. E. ; Stoeckenius, T. E. ; Hanna, S. ; Strimitas, D.
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Moore, G. E.
CORP Author Systems Applications, Inc., San Rafael, CA. ;Sigma Research Corp., Lexington, MA.;Environmental Sciences Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory,
Year Published 1989
Report Number EPA/600/3-89/071; EPA-68-02-4352
Stock Number PB89-233506
Subjects Air quality--Measurement. ; Sulfur dioxide--Measurement. ; Diffusion--Mathematical models. ; Sulphur dioxide--Measurement
Additional Subjects Mathematical models ; Sulfur dioxide ; Atmospheric diffusion ; Air pollution ; Time studies ; Performance evaluation ; Plumes ; Data processing ; Concentration(Composition) ; Standards ; Meteorology ; Electric power plants ; Air quality ; Point sources ; Environment management
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NTIS  PB89-233506 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 150 pages ; 28 cm
Abstract
If a one-hour standard for sulfur dioxide were promulgated, air quality dispersion modeling in the vicinity of major point sources would be an important air quality management tool. It is questioned whether currently available dispersion models would be suitable for use in demonstrating attainment of such a standard in the vicinity of large, elevated, buoyant point sources such as utility power plants. The results summarized in the report suggest that using these models in connection with an hourly average standard does not present the regulatory community with any significant additional uncertainties that are not already being dealt with in connection with the current 3- and 24-hour standards. This review of the results of model evaluation studies was restricted to some fairly simple analyses. Additional analyses are recommended. Recommendations to improve model formulations are made regarding the treatment of plume behavior in the vicinity of the mixing height and the simulation of plume dispersion within the mixed layer during convective conditions.
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"August 1989." "EPA/600/3-89/071." Microfiche.