CANARINA:

Home

Air

Noise

Water

Contact us

 

DISPER:

DISPER

Solutions 

Data 

Algorithms

Emissions 

Graphs  

Google maps

GIS

 

SOLUTIONS: DISPER  

solutions

advantages

Price

DEMO

 

COMMANDS:

Input data I

Input data II

Input data III

Input data IV

average

Import

commands

 

ALGORITHMS:

Algorithms I

Algorithms II

Algorithms III

Algorithms IV

Algorithms V

Algorithms VI

Algorithms VII

Algorithms VIII

Algorithms IX

Algorithms X

 

EMISSIONS:

Emissions I

Emissions II

Emissions III

Pollutants I

Pollutants II

 

GRAPHS:

Graphs I 

Graphs II

Graphs III 

Graphs IV

 

    

Graphs IV software gas dispersion modeling

                 

DISPER: 16 air quality management 17 air quality guidelines 18  outdoor air pollution 19 air pollution cause 20 environmental science 21 environmental monitoring 22 environmental impact assessment 23 indoor air quality 24 environmental assesment 25 air monitoring 26 modelling emissions 27 software pollution 28 environmental engineering 29 atmospheric pollution 30 air pollution  31 environmental maps

DEMO Download - Price

 

Example 2:

Both XY-Calculation and XZ-Calculation have been used in our simulation. In this way, the physical form of the pollutant plume can be obtained. Calculation in both XY-plane (parallel to ground surface) and XZ-plane (perpendicular to ground surface). The fucshia squares represent three point sources (stacks). The red colour represents high pollutant concentrations. Pollution map of Nitrogen oxides (NOx) produced by en industrial stack. The wind angle is 0 degrees (N), the wind velocity is  5 m/s and the pollutant flow rate is 1g/s. The fucshia squares represent the point sources (position of the stacks).  We have a three-dimensional image of the pollutant plume with these two computer screens.

 

software gas dispersion modeling. Air pollution dispersion modeling of three stacks  

 

Pollution map produced by continuous discharge in this region. Top: the orange horizontal line indicates us the position of the XZ-Plane. Bottom: The fucshia line  represents a point source (stack). The red colour represents high pollutant concentrations.

 

 

gas dispersion modeling

Gas dispersion modeling: The gas dispersion can be calculated through DISPER software and the physical form of the pollutant plume can be obtained.