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PRISE: Plume Rise and Dispersion Model

The model PRISEd (Plume RISE) calculates all of the phases (rising, bending over the (quasi-) equilibrium dispersion) of the behaviour of the plume emitted by a stack in atmosphere or by a pipe in deep water, in one continuous formulation, taking fully into account the ambient meteorological (hydraulic) conditions.
The atmosphere is parametrised as consisting of two layers: a neutral layer with a lapse rate equal to the dry adiabatic and an overlying stable layer (extending to infinity). Three wind speed profiles are available: constant with height, logarithmic and logarithmic based on a user-input roughness length.

KEYWORDS

area: air quality
objectives: simulation
description: gaussian plume, plume elevation, effective height, single source, short term, short range

SOFTWARE AVAILABILITY

The package can be purchased from:
Computational Mechanics publications
Ashurst Lodge
Ashurst, Southampton
SO4 2AA, UK
Phone: 44 (0) 703 293223
Fax : 44 (0) 703 292853
E-Mail: CMI@ib.rl.ac.uk

AUTHORS

Brian Henderson-Sellers
Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Sciences
University of Salford
Salford M5 4WT
England

REFERENCES

  • Briggs, G.A., 1975. Plume rise predictions, in Lectvres on Air Pollution and Environmental Impact Analyses, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Boston, Mass, 59-111.
  • Henderson-Sellers, B., 1987. Modeling of Plume Rise and Dispersion - The University of Salford Model: U.S.P.R., Volume 25, Lecture Notes in Engineering" Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 113pp.
  • Henderson-Sellers, B. and Allen, S.E., 1985. Verification of the plume rise/dispersion model U.S.P.R.: Plume rise for single stack emissions, Ecological Modelling, 30, 209-227.
  • Pasquill, F., 1985. Boundary layer meteorology - eddy transfer and dispersion, in Recent Advances in Meteorology and Physical OceanoDraphy, Royal Meteorological Society, Bracknell, Berks, 15-26.

 

 

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