stationary sources Software

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Q EHS Air Modules

by Quantum Compliance LLc     based in Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN (USA)

Q EHS Air modules are designed to address the needs of the minor and major stationary sources, industry specific MACT standards, Greenhouse Gas, and Title V record keeping and reporting requirements. Each module contains a tool set to estimate air emissions and prepare necessary compliance reports and filings. You can also use emission estimates ...

EnviMan Finder

by Opsis AB     based in Furulund, SWEDEN

The EnviMan Finder is software to be used to track emission sources. Given information about source release height, weather data (wind speed/direction, temperature and global radiation) as well as air quality data measured at two or more monitoring stations (during a time period), the Finder will track the position from where the emission is ...

Visible Emissions Monitoring System (VEMS)

by T3     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

Many regulations require facilities to regularly test and record visible emissions-related parameters in order to demonstrate compliance. Manually gathering this information can be an unwieldy and time-consuming task for environmental staff.

CERC - Version GASTAR - Advanced Software for Modelling Dense Gas Dispersion

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

GASTAR is a dense gas dispersion model developed by CERC ideally suited to modelling accident and emergency response scenarios or investigating site safety involving releases of flammable and/or toxic materials from a variety of industrial accidents such as cryogenic spills, catastrophic tank failure, pipe fractures and multi-phase jets.

Mobile Solutions

by T3     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

Use mobile devices to collect field data and manage data. Our proprietary applications, Pocket Solutions, can be used for a variety of applications including visible emissions monitoring, SPSC checklists, pressure drop monitoring, and meter reading.

DataKustik Software

by Scantek, Inc.     based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA)

High-end, simple-to-use software for community noise prediction and assessment. Handles industrial facilities, roads, railways, airports, stationary sources, and HVAC equipment. Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, and NT. Strong import capability and database connectivity, and beautiful contour and 3-D graphics, make the package a valuable tool ...

Version SAM-S - System for the Calculation of Air Pollutant Concentrations

by Lohmeyer GmbH & Co. KG     based in Radebeul, GERMANY

SAM-S is a PC based on-line system for the simulation of the dispersion of air pollutants during and after an accidental release at stationary (fixed installations) or mobile (for example transportation) sources. SAM-S calculates the airborne pollutant concentration in a area up to approx. 30 km x 30 km and shows as result isolines of the ...

SAMS-Global - System for the Calculation of Air Pollutant Concentrations

by Lohmeyer GmbH & Co. KG     based in Radebeul, GERMANY

SAMS-Global is a software system for the simulation of the dispersion of air pollutants during and after an accidental release at stationary (fixed installations) or mobile (for example trans-portation) sources. SAMS-Global calculates the airborne pollutant concentration in a area up to approx. 30 km x 30 km and shows as result isolines of the ...

GHG WatchDog

by TheGreen Software     based in Vadgaon (BK) Pune, INDIA

GHG WatchDog follows guidelines to calculate GHG emission for office based companies. It supportsEquity approach, financial approach or Operationalcontrol approach defined in Organizational boundaries.It uses corresponding equity share or financial controlpercentage to account corresponding branch emissiontowards Entire Corporation emission. ...

ARIA - Local Models Software

by ARIA TECHNOLOGIES     based in Boulogne-Billancourt, FRANCE

ARIA Local models air pollution conditions down to a very small scale in industrial and urban environments for continuous or accidental emissions by taking into account detailed data on obstacles (buildings, topography…). The software can also be used for micro-meteorological applications such as wind power plants, construction works or ...

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