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AERMOD Computer Modeling Laboratory - MO, USA

ST. LOUIS

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 results for the new short-term ...

Oct. 9 - 10, 2014

Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop - CA, USA

LOS ANGELES

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 the fundamentals of air ...

Nov. 5 - 7, 2014

Fundamentals of Air Dispersion Modeling - MO, USA

ST. LOUIS

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 predict ground-level ...

Oct. 7 - 8, 2014

AERMOD Computer Modeling Laboratory - IL, USA

CHICAGO

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 results for the new short-term ...

Apr. 9 - 10, 2015

Practical Air Dispersion Modeling Workshop - PA, USA

PHILADELPHIA

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 the fundamentals of air ...

Jun. 3 - 5, 2015

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