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Reactive Plume Model - RPM-II

D. A. Stewart

Reactive Plume Model - RPM-II

user"s guide

by D. A. Stewart

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Research Triangle Park, NC, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plumes (Fluid dynamics) -- Data processing.,
  • Radioactive pollution of the atmosphere.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD.A. Stewart, M.A. Yocke, and M.K. Liu.
    ContributionsYocke, Mark A., Liu, Mei-Kao., Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18024330M

    Get this from a library! User's guide: reactive plume model IV (RPM-IV).. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Source Receptor Analysist Branch.;].   The plate v plume theory 1. The Plate versus Plume Theory 2. What are mantle plumes?•Stationary, long-lived areas of heat flow within themantle•They have a long thin tail and a bulbous head thatspreads out at the base of the lithosphere.•A HOTSPOT exists above a magma plume.•The magma is mafic and produces a shield volcano.

    During his four decades of experience, he has been a principal contributor to the development of several notable dispersion models for reactive gas-phase and particle-phase air pollutants, including the Reactive Plume Model (RPM), the Urban Airshed photochemical grid models (UAM-IV and UAM-V), and the Comprehensive Air Model with Extensions (CAMx). The Reactive Plume Model (RPF), adopting a trajectory approach, accommodates variations in wind speed, plume spread, and ambient concentrations. A kinetic mechanism was used to describe gas-phase reactions between NOx, SOx, and hydrocarbons. The Buoyant Plume Model (BPM) predicts plume rise and effluent dispersion near the stack.

    Figure 5 shows the transport of the non-reactive nitrate, with the plume extending over the entire domain size considered. The fractional migration of Cs at 1 M NaNO 3 is significantly less, in keeping with the expectation that some retardation of this contaminant will occur (although still more than would be the case for Cs in a Cited by: 1. api preliminary evaluation of the us epa proposed ozone precursor point source screening technique report on task 1 of the comprehensive technique.


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Get this from a library. Reactive Plume Model - RPM-II: user's guide. [D A Stewart; Mark A Yocke; Mei-Kao Liu; Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory.]. Reactive-transport simulation of phosphorus in the sewage plume at the Massachusetts Military Reservation, Cape Reactive Plume Model - RPM-II book, Massachusetts [Parkhurst, David L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Reactive-transport simulation of phosphorus in the sewage plume at the Massachusetts Military Reservation, Cape CodAuthor: David L. Parkhurst. A reactive plume model (RPM) was developed to comprehensively consider power-plant plume photochemistry with condensed photochemical reactions.

The RPM can simulate two main components of power-plant plumes: turbulent dispersion of plumes and compositional changes of plumes via photochemical reactions.

In order to evaluate the performance of the RPM Cited by: 1. Development of a Reactive Plume Model for the Consideration of Power-Plant Plume Photochemistry and Its ApplicationsCited by: 1.

THE CHEMICALLY REACTIVE PLUME MODEL the concentration C of species A can be written as dCi The chemically reactive plume model (CRPM) is __=e(~Ci_l+fliC~+y~Ci+l)+Si i=1 N based on the following assumptions, dx U The atmospheric dispersion of an inert species (1) (NOx) downwind from an elevated source can be where N is the total number of rings chosen, Si is Cited by: Abstract.

Experiments have been carried out in a windtunnel of a chemically reacting plume. A NO-plume in an O 3-environment has been studied and the conversion from NO to NO 2 has been determined.

Based on the results from these experiments and existing field studies, a critical review of chemically reacting plume models has been carried by: Air Pollution Modelling and Simulation.

Editors: Sportisse, Bruno (Ed.) A Reactive Plume Model for the NO-N02 Transformation Close to the Stack Emission *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook.

The reactive and optics model of emissions (ROME) is a reactive plume visibility model that simulates the potential atmospheric impacts of stack emissions. We present here an evaluation of the ability of ROME to simulate several plume physical and chemical variables, using an experimental data base that consists of a total of 40 case studies from four field by: 2.

Air Pollution Modelling and Simulation A Reactive Plume Model for the NO-N02 Transformation Close to the Stack Emission.

Philippe, A. Coppalle, P. Plion. Pages Modeling of Traffic-Induced Emission Inventories in Urban Areas. Effect of Roadway Network Aggregation Levels Traffic Management and Technology About this book. Keywords. The Reactive Plume Model (RPF), adopting a trajectory approach, accommodates variations in wind speed, plume spread, and ambient concentrations.

A kinetic mechanism was used to describe gas-phase. Reactive models – pollutants such as O 3, NO 2, etc. Classifications of Models Classified by coordinate system used Plume Model The mass rate of diffusion Nx of a gaseous species in the x-direction at some cross-sectional area A is given by the expression.

A subgrid‐scale plume model has been developed for a better treatment of dynamics of the emissions from concentrated emission sources in air quality models. The model is based on the Gaussian model description of the dispersion of NO x emissions from the power plants.

Detailed inorganic and, if desired, organic atmospheric chemistry is included in the by: simple model was developed – the Gaussian Plume Model. This model was applied for the main purpose of calculating the maximum ground level impact of plumes and the distance of maximum impact from the source.

The Gaussian plume model is illustrated in the figure below (Courtesy: Figure of Boubel et al., ). The model simulates the flow and plume distortion near user-selected, three dimensional terrain features, yet retains simplicity by applying flow-distortion corrections to flat-terrain, Gaussian.

B Reactive Plume Model (RPM-II) B Regional Transport Model (RTM-II) B Shortz B Simple Line-Source Model (GMLINE) B Texas Climatological Model (TCM) B Texas Episodic Model (TEM) B Avacta II Model References B.0 Introduction This appendix summarizes key features of refined air quality models that may be considered on a.

Reactive Plume Model-II (RPM-II), a Lagrangian based photochemical model. Anticipated applications would include evaluation of the impact on ambient ozone due to new or modified point sources emitting more than 25 tons/year NMOC (nonmethane hydrocarbons).

The screening technique is presented as twoFile Size: KB. Application of geochemical modeling, frequently also coupled to reactive trans-port modeling, became an important part of many hydrogeological and geochemi-cal investigations.

This text intends to present some basic and typical applications of geochemical and reactive transport modeling. As stated in the title, focus ofFile Size: 8MB. An example of a roadway model: CALINE4 30 Future developments in roadway modelling 31 Modelling coastal fumigation 32 Visibility modelling 34 Dispersion modelling on larger scales 34 Good Practice Guide for Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling iiiFile Size: 2MB.

The most common objective in the application of RTMs is to create a description of the subsurface (see Fig. 1) that we can use in two ways: (1) To test and expand our understanding of processes by comparing computational results to the information we derive from real-world measurements; (2) to codify this understanding by expanding the libraries of the mathematical by: 2.

J 12*2,01 u. Preface The Reactive Plume Model (RPM-IV) is a numerical plume model that simulates the complex interaction of plume dispersion and nonlinear plume photochemistry. The model can be used for a single point source or, in some special cases, multiple sources if they are aligned with the mean wind.

Measurements of speciated mercury (Hg) downwind of coal-fired power plants suggest that the HgII/(Hg0 + HgII) ratio (where HgII is divalent gaseous Hg and Hg0 is elemental Hg) decreases significantly between the point of emission and the downwind ground-level measurement site, but that the SO2/(Hg0 + HgII) ratio is conserved.

We simulated nine power plant plume events with the Reactive Cited by: The most severe limitation of an involved reactive plume model like RPM-II is the requirement for valid ambient concentration estimates of reactants along the plume trajectory.

These must by measured, predicted, or hypothesized.Dispersion Modeling. Understand limitations Mathematics-different types Chemistry-reactive or non-reactive Meteorology-Climatology 5 Momentum, 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 t o o o o o 12 The Gaussian Plume Model The mathematical shape of the curve is similar to that of Gaussian curve hence the model is called by that name.