chemical releases Software

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CERC - Version ADMS-Star 1.0 - Advanced Software for Modelling Short-term Accidental Releases

by Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants (CERC)     based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

ADMS-STAR uses a Lagrangian puff methodology to model the fate of explosive or finite duration releases to atmosphere. ADMS-STAR can use temporally and spatially varying meteorological data from the WRF model, vertical profiles of meteorological data or simple surface data. ADMS-STAR can also account for the impact of complex terrain: hills, ...

BREEZE - SLAB

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

BREEZE SLAB is a dense-gas dispersion model used to estimate pollutant concentrations downwind from an accidental chemical release that is heavier than air.

BREEZE - AFTOX

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

BREEZE AFTOX is a Gaussian puff/plume dispersion model that estimates concentrations downwind from accidental chemical releases where the dispersing plume has the same density as air.

BREEZE - Incident Analyst

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

Incident Analyst, the successor to the BREEZE HAZ suites, is our software suite designed to predict the potential toxic, fire, and explosion impacts from chemical releases.

BREEZE - INPUFF

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

BREEZE INPUFF is a Gaussian puff model that simulates the atmospheric dispersion of neutrally buoyant or buoyant chemical releases. The model accounts for point sources and a release duration that is either finite or continuous.

BREEZE - DEGADIS

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

BREEZE DEGADIS is a dense gas dispersion model that estimates concentrations downwind from an accidental chemical release where the dispersing toxic or flammable substance is initially heavier than air.

BREEZE - LFG Fire/Risk

by BREEZE Software and Data / Trinity Consultants     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

The potential risks associated with liquefied fuel gas (LFG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) can be analyzed with BREEZE LFG Fire/Risk. LFG Fire/Risk allows the user to predict the vaporization rate and downwind vapor concentrations for explosions hazards and thermal radiation from resulting fires.

SLAB View - Emergency Release Dense Gas Model

by Lakes Environmental Software     based in Waterloo, ONTARIO (CANADA)

SLAB View is a graphical user interface for the SLAB model - an atmospheric dispersion model for denser-than-air releases. SLAB View is an ideal tool to predict hazardous zones and potential impacts of accidental releases.

SLAB - Bee-Line Software

by Oris Solutions / BEE-Line Software     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Slab for Windows is Bee-Line Software's commercial version of the EPA's Accidental Release model, which is designed for modeling dense gas releases. Slab for Windows is ideal for 112(r) worst-case and alternate release scenario modeling. Slab for Windows is sold independently as well as in the 112(r) Suite.

313 Form R

by Logical Data Solutions, Inc.     based in Palm Beach Gardens, FLORIDA (USA)

The EPOCH 313 Form R / Mass Balance Module can be used as a stand-alone tool to prepare the Form R for the EPA, or as the centerpiece of a fully integrated EHS information system. Releases from several other modules can be imported into this module and a process by process or facility wide mass balance prepared.

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