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

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

    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.

  • CERC - Version ADMS-Puff 1.4 - Advanced Software for Dispersion Modelling Dense & Passive Releases

    CERC - Version ADMS-Puff 1.4 - Advanced Software for Dispersion Modelling Dense & Passive Releases

    ADMS-Puff uses a Lagrangian puff methodology to model the fate of dense and passive gas releases. ADMS-Puff can use temporally and spatially varying meteorological data from the WRF model, or simple surface data. ADMS-Puff can also account for the impact of complex terrain: hills and variable surface roughness. ADMS-Puff calculates snapshots of instantaneous air concentration along with a time integrated dose. These concentrations can be compared...

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

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

    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, variable surface roughness; and marine effects. ADMS-STAR calculates instantaneous air concentration and...

  • CERC - Version LSMS - Advanced Software for Modelling Liquid Spills

    CERC - Version LSMS - Advanced Software for Modelling Liquid Spills

    LSMS (Liquid Spill Modelling System) is a tool for calculating the spreading and vaporisation of a liquid pool. Liquids such as liquefied natural gas (LNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and others are routinely stored at low temperatures and on their release to the atmosphere they boil or evaporate depending on their temperature relative to the ambient air. Such liquids flow across the ground or other substrate surrounding the containing vessel,...