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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Dispersion equation solutions by calculator a guide for air pollution engineers and scientists /|
|Author||Porter, Richard A.|
|CORP Author||Texas Air Control Board, Austin.|
|Publisher||Texas Air Control Board,|
|Stock Number||PB-262 135|
|Subjects||Air--Pollution--Tables ; Air--Pollution--Mathematical models ; Atmospheric diffusion--Tables ; Smoke plumes--Tables ; Sulphur dioxide|
|Additional Subjects||Air pollution ; Dispersions ; Statistical analysis ; Computation ; Plumes ; Mathematical models ; Calculators ; Standard deviation ; Estimates ; Atmospheric circulation ; Gaussian plume models|
|Collation||66 p. in various pagings : diagrs., graphs ; 28 cm.|
This guide provides methods for determining expected pollution from an elevated point source of non-reactive pollutants. Concentrations are estimated using the Gaussian Bivariate Equation with solution by table look-up methods. Tables and equations are provided for determining plume rise based on the work of Briggs, for determining the wind velocity at physical stack height, the change of concentration for different averaging times, the expected maximum ground level concentration, and the distance to the expected maximum ground level concentration. The methods presented are especially well suited for hand held calculator solution. The guide is useful for engineers and scientists involved with environmental impact statement modeling.
"November 1975." "Second edition, May 1976." "PB-262 135." Includes bibliography.