Calculation of crosswind integrated concentration by using different dispersion schemes
Keywords:Crosswind integrated concentration, Different schemes, Plume rise, Statistical measures
The Gaussian model is the most extensively used model for local dispersion. The Gaussian formula for a continuous release from a point source (GPM) is integrated to get crosswind integrated concentration. Different schemes such as Irwin, power law, Briggs, Standard method, and split sigma theta method can be used to obtain integrated concentration. Also downwind speed in power law, plume rise and Statistical measures are used in the model to know which is the best scheme agrees with the observed concentration data obtained from Copenhagen, Denmark.
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