Air Modeling Training

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Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling

by Trinity Consultants

In this flagship course, students receive a thorough introduction to air dispersion modeling theory and application. Topics of discussion include the regulatory requirements for modeling, modeling study design, and U.S. EPA modeling guidelines and protocol.

AERMOD Modeling Computer Laboratory

by Trinity Consultants

This course provides hands-on instruction using AERMOD, U.S. EPA’s preferred air quality dispersion models. It includes a brief theoretical review and emphasizes formulating and conducting an air quality analysis utilizing the refined model options.

BREEZE Software - Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants

This three day workshop is intended for individuals with little or no prior knowledge of air dispersion modeling techniques for continuous releases.New regulations require dispersion models to be used to estimate the magnitude of pollutants from industrial sources on populations both near and far from the point of release. The course will focus on ...

BREEZE Software - AERMOD Modeling Computer Laboratory

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants

This two-day course to provide hands-on instruction on the use of AERMOD, the U.S. EPA's preferred computer model recommended for estimation of ambient impacts of air pollutants emitted from industrial sources. Students will gain experience using the multitude of productivity tools in BREEZE AERMOD. The course will also cover how to process ...

Air Quality Modeling Programs

by Trinity Consultants

These modeling courses cover general dispersion modeling requirements with an emphasis on state permitting programs.

Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop

by Trinity Consultants

This 3-day workshop demonstrates step-by-step procedures for completing an ambient air impact analysis based on a case study of an industrial facility that includes open pits (quarries), conveyor transfers and haul roads, storage piles, roof monitors, building vents, point sources, and flares.  Parameter refinement methods are included.

Dispersion Modeling for Managers - Planning & Review

by Trinity Consultants

This one-day course for environmental managers who review or manage dispersion modeling will cover modeling concepts and regulatory requirements for state and federal air permitting.  Learn when and why modeling is required, different models to be used, possible complications, and how to identify errors.

RECLAIM Workshop

by Trinity Consultants

This half-day course covers the SCAQMD’s Regional Clean Air Incentives Market (RECLAIM) that allows facilities to trade air emissions credits.  Topics include an overview, the NSR process, allocation/trading RTCs, emission calculation methods, monitoring and reporting requirements, and program updates.

BREEZE Software - Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants

This intensive 2-day course focuses on the scientific and regulatory basis of dispersion modeling and provides a solid foundation for conducting modeling studies or reviewing studies prepared by others. Students learn how a dispersion model estimates the effects of atmospheric turbulence, stack conditions, building downwash, and nearby terrain to ...

ADMS - Standard Courses

by Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC)

The course aims to introduce the ADMS software as a tool for assessing air quality in the vicinity of industrial sites, using worked examples to develop familiarity with main model input parameters and output, based on modelling small numbers of pollution sources.

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