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Dispersion Calculations

  • Calvin R. Brunner

Abstract

The discharge from a stack will travel through the air, from the source to a receptor. The characteristics of this discharge is a major consideration in the evaluation of the source, the incineration facility.

Keywords

Surface Wind Speed Stability Category Plume Rise Dispersion Profile Dispersion Calculation 
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© Chapman and Hall 1985

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  • Calvin R. Brunner

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