DISPERSION MODELLING APPROACH TO MONITORING AND PREDICTING INDUSTRY INDUCED AIR POLLUTION
AbstractThe air quality modeling approach has become essential in understanding the way in which air pollution emissions from industrial complexes, vehicles and other sources influence the dynamics of the environment. A system for continuous prediction of ground level concentrations of air pollutants has been developed using the standardized dispersion model ISCST3. An automated emission preprocessor and meteorology collector has been integrated into the system. Finally, after conducting an annual analysis of the measured data, the system was evaluated for specific datasets.
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