Multiblock Dispersion Modelling for Urban and Regional Scale Interactions
One of the challenges in regional scale air quality modelling is to represent the distribution of pollutant concentrations more accurately at locations where this is required, e.g. in urban areas, near concentrated emission sources, near strong gradients in the concentration field or in an area of particular interest, as defined by the user. A more detailed computation of concentration distributions is also needed when model results are compared with measurements from monitoring stations at locations corresponding with fixed points in the computational domain.
KeywordsVortex Advection Remote Sensing Kelly Gridding
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