datididatticamisure in tempo realemodellinotizie   Home
 

Scheda modello

MPTDS: Multiple Point Gaussian Dispersion Algorithm with optional terrain adjustment

The model is a completion of the air pollution program MPTER that includes dry deposition and sedimentation and thus can be applied to heavy gases and particulate matter. It works in urban or rural areas, with flat terrain (altitute below the emission source) and point sources. It may work both on short (1 hour) or long (1 year) time intervals.

KEYWORDS

area: air quality
objectives: simulation
description: gaussian plume, single point source, deposition, urban environment, rural environment, heavy gases, particulate matter, short range, short term, long term

SOFTWARE AVAILABILITY

The model is part of UNAMAP and is available on magnetic tape from:
Computer Products
National Technical Information Service
U. S. Department of Commerce
Springfield, Virginia 22161
Phone (703) 487-4650

AUTHORS

Environmental Sciences Research laboratory - RTP, NC
Office of Research and Development
U.S. EPA
Research Triangle Park, NC 27711

REFERENCES

  • Pierce, T.E., and D.B.Turner, 1980. User's Guide for MPTER: A Multiple Point Gaussian Dispersion Algorithm with optional terrain adjustment. EPA-600/8-80-016, U.S. E.P.A., Research Triangle Park, N.C., 247 pp.
  • Rao, K.S. 1981. Analytical Solutions of a gradient-transfer model for plume deposition and sedimentation. U.S.EPA, Research Triangle Park, N.C., 75 pp.
  • ATDL Contribution File No.81/14, NOAA-ATDL, P.O.Box E., Oak Ridge,TN.

 

 

Estratto dalla banca modelli del progetto CEE GAIA INCO - www.ess.co.at/GAIA