Pollution Research Paper

Vol.29, Issue 1, 2010; Page No.(115-122)

MULTIPLE POINT SOURCE COMPLEX SHORT-PERIOD AVERAGE (MPC_SP) MODEL: AN ALTERNATE AAQ MODEL FOR INDIAN ENVIRONMENT

S. PALANIVELRAJA AND B. KUMARAVEL

Abstract

The atmospheric dispersion models are playing an important role in predicting air quality around the industrial source complex, which governing the transport, dispersion, and transformation of pollutants in the atmosphere. Performance evaluation of these models is essential to assess their compatibility and accuracy. In this paper, the reliability of the model as assessed by applying historical meteorology, emissions and measured air quality of the specific industrial environment. A self designed computer aieded Gaussian Dispersion model namely, Multiple Point source Complex Short-Period (MPC_SP) model average concentrations model has been evolved and it is used for predicting the GLCs of short-term SO2 concentrations in the ambient environment of Indian Industrial Environment.

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