General info

The 17th conference on "Harmonisation within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes" was held in Budapest, Hungary, in May 2016


Topics:

The following topics were covered during the conference:
  • H17-1 - Model evaluation and quality assurance - model validation, model intercomparisons, model uncertainties and model sensitivities
  • H17-2 - Environmental impact assessment: Air pollution management and decision support systems
  • H17-3 - Use of modelling in support of EU air quality directives, including FAIRMODE
  • H17-4 - Parametrization of physical processes in mesoscale meteorology relevant for air quality modelling
  • H17-5 - Urban scale and street canyon modelling: Meteorology and air quality
  • H17-6 - Use of modelling in health and exposure assessments
  • H17-7 - Inverse dispersion modelling and source identification
  • H17-8 - Modelling air dispersion and exposure to accidental releases
  • H17-9 - Mathematical problems in air quality modelling
  • H17-10 - Highlights of past work and historical reviews
  • H17-11 - Modelling air dispersion and exposure to accidental releases (MODITIC)


Full length papers

IJEP Volume 62, No. 2-4 (2017)


Proceedings and presentations

Extended Abstract
Poster or Presentation
H17-1
Dietmar Oettl, Stefan Oitzl

Comparing dispersion modelling and field inspection for odour impact assessment in the vicinity of two animal husbandry farms

H17-1
Veronika Groma, Zita Ferenczi, Bálint Alföldy, János Osán, Szabina Török, Roland Steib

EDMS model verification considering remarkable changes in airport traffic system

H17-1
Liying Chen, Malo Le Guellec

Validation of PANACHE CFD pollution dispersion modelling with dense gas experiments

H17-1
Liying Chen, Pramod Kumar, Malo Leguellec, Amir-Ali Feiz

An Air Quality CFD model performance in complex environment with EMU observations

H17-1
Weiping Dai, Qiguo Jing, Tiffany Stefanescu, Brian Holland

Roadside Hot-Spot Analysis in Urban Area

H17-1
Primoz Mlakar, Dragana Kokal, Bostjan Grasic, Marija Zlata Boznar,Dejan Gradisar, Jus Kocijan

Validation of the performance of meteorological forecasts in fine spatial and temporal resolution designed as an input for dispersion models

H17-1
Andrea L. Pineda Rojas, Nicolás A. Mazzeo

Sensitivity of modelled urban background ozone concentrations to uncertainties in the GRS input variables

H17-1
F. Carrera-Chapela, G. Ruiz-Filippi, J.A. González, G. Yarwood, J. Johnson

WRF surface and upper air validation over Central Chile during La Niña-El Niño transition

H17-1
Sirma Stenzel, Kathrin Baumann-Stanzersen, Gabriele Rau, Renate Teppner, Kurt Leonhartsberger

FLow simulations for the assessment of small wind turbines in urban areas

H17-1
Vibha Selvaratnam, David Thomson, Helen Webster

Validation of the atmospheric dispersion model NAME against long-range tracer release experiments

H17-1
Simon Gant, Simon Coldrick, Graham Tickle, Harvey Tucker

Impact of Alternative Dispersion Model Validation Methods: A Case Study on the LNG Model Validation Database using DRIFT

H17-1
Stephen E. Smith, Jenny Stocker, Martin Seaton, David Carruthers

A Validation Study of the ADMS Plume Chemistry Schemes

H17-1
Jenny Stocker, Andrew Ellis, Steve Smith, David Carruthers, Akula Venkatram, William Dale, Mark Attree

A review of dispersion modelling of agricultural and bioaerosol emissions with non-point sources

H17-1
Christophe Duchenne, Patrick Armand, Maxime Nibart, Virginie Hergault

Validation of a LPDM against the CUTE experiments of the COST ES1006 Action – Comparison of the results obtained with the diagnostic and RANS versions of the models

H17-1
A. Hernandez, J.A. Gonzalez, J.J. Casares

Effect of the terrain features on the accuracy of CALMET. A complex terrain case study

H17-1
R. Giua, A. Morabito, I. Schipa, A. Tanzarella, C. Silibello, G. Assennato

A nested air quality prediction modelling system for urban scale: an application over Southern Italy

H17-1
Beatriz Sánchez, Christina Quaassdorff, Jose Luis Santiago, Rafael Borge, Fernando Martín, David de la Paz, Alberto Martilli, Esther Rivas

Effects of Traffic Emission Resolution on NOx Concentration Obtained by CFD-RANS Modelling Over a Real Urban Area in Madrid (Spain)

H17-1
Raphaël Périllat, Irène Korsakissok, Vivien Mallet, Anne Mathieu, Thomas Sekiyama, Mizuo Kajino, Kouji Adachi, Yasuhito Igarashi, Takashi Maki, Damien Didier

Using meteorological ensembles for atmospheric dispersion modelling of the Fukushima nuclear accident

H17-1
Irène Korsakissok, Mathieu Contu, Olivier Connan, Anne Mathieu, Damien Didier

Validation of the Gaussian puff model pX using near-field krypton-85 measurements around the AREVA NC La Hague reprocessing plant: comparison of dispersion schemes

H17-1
Miguel A. Hernández-Ceballos, Stefano Galmarini, Steven Hanna, Thomas Mazzola, Joseph Chang, Roberto Bianconi, Roberto Bellasio

UDINEE project: international platform to evaluate urban dispersion models’ capabilities to simulate Radiological Dispersion Device

H17-1
Steven Herring, Pablo Huq

Assessing the Performance of Atmospheric Dispersion Models

H17-1
Ana Graciela Ulke

Wind profiles for the atmospheric boundary layer in different stability conditions

H17-1
Dora Lazar, Tamas Weidinger

CMAQ (Community Multi-Scale Air Quality) atmospheric dispersion model adaptation for Hungary

H17-1
Diogo Lopes, Joana Ferreira, Ka In Hoi, Kai Meng Mok, Ana I. Miranda, Ka Veng Yuen

WRF-CAMX application to Pearl River Delta region

H17-1
Pontus von Schoenberg, Håkan Grahn, Peter Tunved

Evaluation of model performance using new deposition schemes in the Random displacement Particle model Pello using Fukushima power plant accident data

H17-1
Albert Oliver, Raúl Arasa, Agustí Pérez-Foguet, Maria Ángeles González

Simulating Large Emitters Using CMAQ And a Local Scale Finite Element Model. Analysis in the Surroundings of Barcelona

H17-1
Marko Kaasik, Gertie Geertsema, Rinus Scheele

Validation of Gaussian plume model AEROPOL against Cabauw field experiment

H17-1
Enrico Ferrero, Stefano Alessandrini, Domenico Anfossi

Lagrangian simulations of the plume rise in strong capping inversion

H17-1
Andrea Bisignano, Luca Mortarini, Enrico Ferrero

Model chain for buoyant plume dispersion

H17-1
Elena Tomasi, Lorenzo Giovannini, Marco Falocchi, Dino Zardi, Gianluca Antonacci

Preliminary pollutant dispersion modelling with CALMET and CALPUFF over complex terrain in the Bolzano basin (IT)

H17-2
Zita Ferenczi, László Bozó

Effect of the long-range transport on the air quality of Budapest

H17-2
Marija Zlata Boznar, Bostjan Grasic, Primoz Mlakar, Dejan Gradisar, Jus Kocijan

Analysis of the daily cycles in the data on air pollution through the use of advanced analytical tools

H17-2
Markus Oberle, Cyrill von Arx

JRODOS for nuclear emergencies: Implementation in Switzerland and further developments

H17-2
A.I. Miranda, J. Ferreira, C. Silveira, H. Relvas, M. Lopes, P. Roebeling, A. Monteiro, E. Sá, C. Gama, S. Costa J.P. Teixeira, C. Borrego

Improving urban air quality using a cost-efficiency and health benefit approach

H17-2
Robert Sigg Håkan Grahn, Jan Burman, Niklas Brännström, Oscar Björnham Petter Lindgren, Leif Å Persson, Pontus Von Schoenberg, Lennart Thaning

Uncertainties in dispersion modelling in DE

H17-2
D. Cartelle, J.M. Vellón, A. Rodríguez, D. Valiño, J.A. González, M. Bao, C. Casas

Estimation of short odor events by using chemically reactive odorants atmospheric dispersion modelling around a pulp paper mill

H17-2
M. Pujadas, M. Palacios, L. Núñez, M. Germán, J. Fernández-Pampillón, J. D. Iglesias, J. L. Santiago

Real Scale Demonstration of the Depolluting Capabilities of a Photocatalytic Pavement in a Real Urban Area

H17-2
Diamando Vlachogiannis, Athanasios Sfetsos, Nikolaos Gounaris, Athanasios Papadopoulos

Investigation of atmospheric dispersion of gas compounds from an industrial installation over a realistic topography

H17-2
N. Haikin, P. Alpert, Y. Mahrer

A Numerical study of air-pollution and atmospheric fine-scale flow over the coastal complex terrain of Mt. Carmel

H17-2
Helge Rørdam Olesen

Challenges in assessing air pollution from residential wood combustion

H17-2
Malgorzata Werner, Maciej Kryza, Hanna Ojrzynska, Kinga Walaszek, Anetta Drzeniecka-Osiadacz

Air quality forecasts for Poland - application of the WRF-Chem model within the LIFE/APIS project

H17-2
Maria Skretowicz, Jerzy Zwozdziak

Dynamic-statistical odour dispersion model using the CALPUFF model and geostatistical analysis

H17-2
Atenágoras Souza Silva, Américo A F S Kerr,Simone Gioia, Marly Babinskky

Investigation of the transport of pollutants from the Metropolitan Area of São Paulo and from the industrial city of Cubatão to nearby areas

H17-2
Árpád Varga

Far-field effect of a tall building on the shear layer above street canyons

H17-2
Iveta Steinberga, Janis Bikse Jr, Janis Kleperis, Janis Bikse

Application of dispersion models for development of atmospheric pollution management zones in Riga agglomeration

H17-2
Amela Jericevic, Goran Gasparac

Modeling and analysis of aviation emissions impact on local air quality

H17-3
Wouter Lefebvre, Hans Hooyberghs, Felix Deutsch, Sandy Adriaenssens, Frans Fierens

Exceeding the European NO2-limit value in Belgium: can we solve the problem in a short to medium time frame?

H17-3
Jana Krajcovicová, Jana Matejovicová, Martin Kremler, Vladimír Nemcek

Air quality modeling of non-attainment areas as a basis for air quality plans

H17-3
Bino Maiheu, Laure Malherbe, Ana I. Miranda, Alexandra Monteiro, Claudio Carnevale, Stijn Janssen

Evaluation of a Monte Carlo-based validation technique for data assimilated air quality assessments

H17-3
Fernando Martín, José Luís Santiago, Oliver Kracht, Laura García, Michel Gerboles

Feasibility of an Intercomparison Exercise of Methods for the Assessment of the Spatial Representativeness of Monitoring Sites

H17-3
R. Giua, A. Morabito, I. Schipa, A. Tanzarella, C. Silibello, Giorgio Assennato

Application of a photochemicaL model to the assessment of regional air quality levels in southern Italy: procedures and results

H17-3
Oxana Tchepel, Daniela Dias

Urban traffic emission modelling for policy-related applications

H17-3
Stijn janssen, Philippe Thunis

FAIRMODE’s Composite mapping Exercise

H17-4
Maria Ángeles González, Raúl Arasa, Anna Domingo-Dalmau, Ignasi Porras, Miquel Picanyol, Bernat Codina, Jesica Piñón

A sensitivity analysis for determining optimum WRF and CALPUFF configuration for operational air quality forecast: application to a case study in the port of Huelva (Southern Spain)

H17-4
Leonardo Aragão Ferreira da Silva, Silvana Di Sabatino, Luiz Claudio Gomes Pimentel, Fernando Pereira Duda

Analysis of the internal boundary layer formation on tropical coastal regions using sodar data in Santa Cruz region of MRRJ

H17-5
Zhangquan WU, Chun-Ho LIU

Time Scale Analysis of Chemically Reactive Pollutants over Urban Roughness in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer

H17-5
Hans Hooyberghs, Wouter Lefebvre, Felix Deutsch, Sandy Adriaenssens, Elke Trimpeneers, Frans Fierens, Stijn Janssen

Modelling ultrafine particle concentrations at street-level scale for the entire city of Antwerp

H17-5
Vlad Isakov, Akula Venkatram, Richard Baldauf, Parik Deshmukh, Max Zhang

Evaluation and development of tools to quantify the impacts of roadside vegetation barriers on near-road air quality

H17-5
Bence Hermann, Miklós Balogh

A hybrid approach for the numerical simulation of flows in urban environment

H17-5
Vlad Isakov, Timothy Barzyk, Saravanan Arunachalam

Reduced-form air quality modeling for community-scale applications

H17-5
Arsenios Chatzimichailidis, Marc Assael, Matthias Ketzel, Konstantinos E Kakosimos

Modelling the recirculation zone in street canyons with different aspect ratios, using CFD simulations

H17-5
E. Rivas, JL. Santiago, F. Martin, B. Sánchez, A. Martilli

Estimating the impact of urban vegetation on air quality in a neighborhood: real case vs new vegetation scenarios

H17-5
Annalisa Di Bernardino, Paolo Monti, Giovanni Leuzzi, Giorgio Querzoli

Water channel investigation of flow and dispersion in street canyons

H17-5
Beatriz Sanchez, Jose Luis Santiago, Alberto Martilli, Magdalena Palacios, Manuel Pujadas, Lourdes Nuñez, Monica German, Jaime Fernandez-Pampillon, Jose Daniel Iglesias

CFD Modeling of Reactive Pollutants Dispersion and Effect of Photocatalytic Pavements in a Real Urban Area

H17-5
O. Oldrini, M. Nibart, P. Armand, J. Moussafir, C. Duchenne

Development of the parallel version of a CFD – RANS flow model adapted to the fast response in built-up environments

H17-5
Grazia Ghermandi, Sara Fabbi, Alessandro Bigi, Sergio Teggi, Luca Torreggiani

Impact of vehicular traffic on local air quality: microscale simulation of a main road within a urban area

H17-5
Simone Ferrari, Maria Grazia Badas, Michela Garau, Alessandro Seoni, Giorgio Querzoli

The air exchange in two-dimensional urban canyons with gable roof buildings: a numerical and laboratory investigation

H17-5
Nektarios Koutsourakis, John G. Bartzis, George C. Efthimiou, Alexandros G. Venetsanos, Ilias C. Tolias, Nicolas C. Markatos, Denise Hertwig, Bernd Leitl

LES study of unsteady flow phenomena in an urban geometry – the need for special evaluation methods

H17-5
Jaroslav Resler, Pavel Krc, Michal Belda, Pavel Jurus, Krystof Eben, Nina Benesová, Dasa Srbová, Premysl Derbek, Pavel Hrubes, Jan Lopata, Ondrej Vlcek, Jana Blumelová, Mária Kazmuková, Petra Bauerová

Street-level modelling of the effect of climate adaptation measures on air quality

H17-5
Roseane A.S. Albani, Beatrice Pulvirenti, Silvana di Sabatino

Simulations of traffic related pollutants in a main street of Rio de Janeiro city (Brazil) using computational fluid dynamics modelling

H17-5
Thor-Bjørn Ottosen, Matthias Ketzel, Ole Hertel, Jørgen Brandt, Henrik Skov, Konstantinos E. Kakosimos

Modelling NOx in two street canyons in Copenhagen using an improved version of OSPM

H17-5
Patrick Conry, Silvana Di Sabatino, Francesca Di Nicola, Maria Lisa Vincenti, Riccardo Buccolieri, Pierina Ielpo, Livia Giotta, Alessandra Genga, Ludovico Valli, Gennaro Rispoli, H. J. S. Fernando

Dry Deposition onto Vertical Surfaces in the Urban Environment

H17-5
Francesca Di Nicola, Maria Lisa Vincenti, Patrick Conry, Riccardo Buccolieri, Piera Ielpo, Alessandra Genga, Livia Giotta, Harindra J. S. Fernando, Silvana Di Sabatino:

The role of surface building materials in air quality applications

H17-5
Elsa Aristodemou,Luz Maria Boganegra, Christopher Pain, Alan Robins, Helen ApSimon

Mesh Adaptive LES for micro-scale air pollution dispersion and effect of tall buildings

H17-5
M. Ketzel, J. Brandt, U. Im, T.-B. Ottosen, S.S. Jensen, T. Ellermann, M.B. Poulsen, O. Hertel

Detailed Investigation of Traffic Pollution Dispersion Near Denmark’s NO2 HOT-SPOT

H17-5
Zoltán Horváth, Bence Liszkai, György Istenes, Péter Zsebok, Balázs Szintai, Éva V.P. Rácz, László Környei, István Harmati

Integrated urban air pollution dispersion modelling framework and application in air quality prediction of the city of Gyor

H17-5
Márton Balczó, Tamás Lajos

Investigation of the ventilation and air quality of urban squares

H17-5
Chi Vuong Nguyen, Lionel Soulhac

Evaluation of data assimilation methods at urban scale with the SIRANE model

H17-5
K. Zink, Antoine Berchet, D. Brunner, J. Brunner, L. Emmenegger

GRAMM/GRAL: Computing air quality maps at the urban scale

H17-6
Oscar Björnham, Håkan Grahn

Dynamic Urban Population Simulator

H17-6
Brian Holland, Qiguo Jing, Weiping Dai, Tiffany Stefanescu

Explosion damage and injury assessment modelling: balancing model sophistication with finite resources

H17-6
Patrick Armand, Christophe Duchenne, Yasmine Benamrane,Sébastien Gouillat, Nadège Cabibel, Bertrand Masselin, Thomas Bineau

Real-time use of a CFD modelling system in the framework of “Toxic 2014” a major civilian security exercise at a complex urban site in Paris

H17-6
Christian Maurer, Delia Arnold, Florian Geyer, Claudia Flandorfer, Marcus Hirtl, Sabine Eckhardt, Thomas Krennert, Gerhard Wotawa

The influence of the Holuhraun eruption SO2 emissions on the Austrian air quality

H17-6
Alexander Slawik, Nathan Platt, Jeffry Urban, Kevin Axelrod, James Silva

Independent analysis of toxic load based toxicity models using time-varying hydrogen cyanide exposure data

H17-6
Cristina Guerreiro, Jan Horálek, Frank de Leeuw, Florian Couvidat

ESTIMATING AMBIENT CONCENTRATIONS OF BENZO(A)PYRENE IN EUROPE - POPULATION EXPOSURE AND HEALTH EFFECTS

H17-6
Alexander J. Slawik, Kevin C. Axelrod, James B. Silva, Ivo K. Dimitrov, Jeffry T. Urban, Nathan Platt

Are toxic load-based toxicity models consistent with experimental observations? Independent analysis of steady-exposure data from the 2012–2013 ECBC/NAMRU-D toxicological experiments

H17-6
Patrick Armand, Kathrin Baumann-Stanzer, Elisabetta Bemporad, Claudio Gariazzo, Marko Gerbec, Steven Herring, Ari Karpinnen, Bernd Leitl, Tamir G. Reisin, Gianni Tinarelli, Silvia Trini Castelli

Best Practice Guidelines for the use of atmospheric dispersion models at local scale in case of hazmat releases into the air

H17-6
Lorentz, Helmut, Hermann Jakobs, Thomas Flassak, Abbas Ranjbar, Majid Azadi

Combining meteorological models and dispersion models on largescale and mesoscale, implemented as an air quality forecast model system in Iran

H17-7
Tímea Haszpra

Time-reversibility in atmospheric dispersion

H17-7
Sarvesh Kumar Singh Pramod Kumar, Gregory Turbelin, Raj Rani, Amir-Ali Feiz, Pierre Ngae

Uncertainty Estimation in the Retrieval of an Atmospheric Point Release

H17-7
Sarvesh Kumar Singh, Raj Rani,Sarvesh Kumar Singh, Gregory Turbelin, Pramod Kumar, Amir-Ali Feiz, Pierre Ngae

Inverse Dispersion Modelling for Identification of Multiple-Point Source Emissions in Atmosphere

H17-7
Pramod Kumar, Amir-Ali Feiz, Sarvesh Kumar Singh, Pierre Ngae, Raj Rani, Emerson Barbosa, Grégory Turbelin, Jean-Pierre Issartel, Nadir Bekka

Source reconstruction in urban and non-urban environments using an inversion methodology coupled with a CFD approach

H17-7
RajaonaHarizo, Septier F., Delignon Y., Armand P., MakkeL., Olry C., Albergel A.

A Bayesian approach of the source estimate coupling retro-dispersion computations with a Lagrangianparticle dispersion model and the Adaptive Multiple Importance Sampling

H17-7
Nadir Bekka, Pramod Kumar, Amir-Ali Feiz, Sarvesh Singh, Mohamed Sellam, Emerson Barbosa, Pierre Ngae, Grégory Turbelin, Amer Chpoun

A CFD Modeling approach for a contaminant released in a city

H17-7
George C. Efthimiou, Spyros Andronopoulos, Alexandros Venetsanos, Ivan V. Kovalets, Konstantinos Kakosimos, Christos D. Argyropoulos

Modification and validation of a method for estimating the location and rate of a point stationary source of passive non-reactive pollutant in an urban environment

H17-7
Zsófia Török, Zoltán Szoboszlai, Eniko Furu, Anikó Angyal, Rostislav Kouznetsov, Mikhail Sofiev, Zsófia Kertész

Aerosol transport modelling over Debrecen, Hungary

H17-7
Helen N. Webster, David J. Thomson, Michael C. Cooke, Rachel E. Pelley

Improvements to an operational inversion method for estimating volcanic ash source parameters using satellite retrievals

H17-7
O. Saunier, A. Mathieu, T. Sekiyama, M. Kajino, K. Adachi, M. Bocquet, T. Maki, Y. Higarashiand D. Didier

A new perspective on the Fukushima releases brought by newly available 137Cs air concentration observations and reliable meteorological fields

H17-7
Isabel Ribeiro Zoi Paschalidi Elmar Friese Hendrik Elbern

Optimizing initial values and emission factors on mesoscale air quality modelling using 4D-var data assimilation

H17-7
Chi Vuong Nguyen, Lionel Soulhac

Implementation and application of a source apportionment approach in the SIRANE urban air quality model

H17-7
Steven Hanna, Joseph Chang, Thomas Spicer, Michael Sohn, Shannon Fox, Mark Whitmire, Leo Stockham, Damon Nicholson, Thomas Mazzola

Preliminary Analysis of Observations from the Jack Rabbit II-2015 Field Experiment on Dense Gas Dispersion in a Built Environment

H17-8
Scott Chambers, Alastair Williams, Dan Galeriu, Anca Melintescu, Marin Duma

Radon-based assessment of stability affects on potential radiological releases

H17-8
Andrew R. Jones, Ayoe B. Hansen, Susan J. Leadbetter

Developing a dispersion modelling capability utilising ensemble weather forecasts for emergency-response applications

H17-8
Luc Patryl, Emmanuel Lapébie, Patrick Armand

Simulation of explosive events in the urban environment coupling a fast dynamics CFD model with low Mach number dispersion solvers in CERES® CBRN-E

H17-8
Felipe Aguirre Martinez, Yann Caniou, Christophe Duchenne, Patrick Armand, Thierry Yalamas

Probabilistic assessment of danger zones using a surrogate model of CFD simulations

H17-8
George C. Efthimiou, Spyros Andronopoulos, John G. Bartzis

CFD-RANS prediction of individual exposure from continuous release of hazardous airborne materials

H17-8
Rachel Batt, Simon Gant, Jean-Marc Lacome, Benjamin Truchotand, Harvey Tucker

CFD modelling of dispersion in neutral and stable atmospheric boundary layers: Results for Prairie Grass and ThorneyIsland

H17-8
TriniCastelli S., Leitl B., Baumann-Stanzer K.,Reisin T. G., Armand P., Andronopoulos S.

Conclusions and reflections from COST Action ES1006 activity: what do we miss for the application of models in local-scale emergency response in built environments?

H17-8
Hartmut Walter, Gerhard Heinrich

Effects from Urban Structures to Atmospheric Dispersion Models in Decision Support Systems for Nuclear Emergencies

H17-8
Arnaud Quérel, Denis Quélo, Yelva Roustan, Anne Mathieu, Mizuo Kajino, Thomas Sekiyama, Kouji Adachi, Damien Didier, Yasuhito Igarashi, Takashi Maki

Impact of changing the wet deposition schemes in ldX on 137-Cs atmospheric deposits after the Fukushima accident

H17-8
Kirk L. Clawson, Dennis D. Finn, Richard M. Eckman

Project Sagebrush: A New Look at Plume Dispersion

H17-8
Maxime Nibart, Patrick Armand, Christophe Duchenne, Christophe Olry, Armand Albergel, Jacques Moussafir, Olivier Oldrini

Flow and dispersion modelling in a complex urban district taking account of the underground roads connections

H17-8
Oliver Oldrini, S. Perdriel, M. Nibart, P. Armand, C. Duchenne, J. Moussafir

EMERGENCIES – A modeling and decision-support project for the Great Paris in case of an accidental or malicious CBRN-E dispersion

H17-8
Steven Herring, Patrick Armandand, Claudio Gariazzo

Best Practice in Applying Emergency Response Tools to Local-scale Hazmat Incide

H17-8
Emese Homolya, Zita Ferenczi, Péter Zagyvai

An analysis of the evolution of radioactive contamination using the FLEXPART model

H17-8
Janis Lapins, Wolfgang Bernnat, Walter Scheuermann

Validation of the gamma submersion calculation of the remote power plant monitoring system of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg

H17-8
Eva Berbekar, Frank Harms, Bernd Leitl

Spatial and temporal concentration distributions in urban areas

H17-8
Guillaume Leroy, Jean-Marc Lacome, Benjamin Truchot, Lauris Joubert

Harmonization in CFD approaches to assess toxic consequences of ammonia releases

H17-8
Gianni Tinarelli, Maxime Nibart, Patrick Armand, Silvia Trini Castelli

A sensitivity analysis for a Lagrangian particle dispersion model in emergency-response test cases

H17-9
Patrick ARMAND, Fabrice BOISSERANC

Analysis of simulation results issued by Lattice Boltzmann Method in complex urban environment

H17-9
Robin Locatelli, Vivien Mallet, Patrick Armand

Improvement of atmospheric dispersion simulations in case of an accident or a malevolent action using data assimilation methods in CERES® CBRN-E

H17-9
Ágnes Havasi, István Faragó, Zahari Zlatev

Efficient numerical methods in air pollution transport modelling: operator splitting and Richardon extrapolation

H17-9
Stefano Alessandrini, L. Delle Monache, Irina Djalalova, Jim Wilczak

An application of the Schaake Shuffle technique to generate space-time consistent AQ predictions

H17-10
Bertrand Carissimo, Eric Gilbert

A look back at 25 years of atmospheric CFD and field campaigns: from Thorney-Island to Jack Rabbit II

H17-11
M. Endregard, S. Burkhart, J. Burman, O. Gentilhomme, A. Robins, E. M. M. Wingstedt, B. A. Pettersson Reif, L. Persson,N. Brännström, O. Parmhed, O. Björnham, G. Leroy, D. Eriksson, T. Vik, J. Aa. Tørnes, J.-P. Issartel

MODITIC - MOdelling the DIspersion of Toxic Industrial Chemicals in urban environments

H17-11
Alan Robins, Matteo Carpentieri, Paul Hayden, Joseph Batten, Jack Benson, Ashley Nunn

MODITIC wind tunnel experiments

H17-11
Stéphane Burkhart, Jan Burman

MODITIC wind tunnel experiments neutral and heavy gas simulation using RANS

H17-11
Niklas Brännström, Tobias Brännvall, Stéphane Burkhart, Jan Burman, Xavier Busch, Jean-Pierre Issartel, Leif Å. Persson

MODITIC inverse modelling in urban environments

H17-11
E. M. M. Wingstedt, D. Eriksson, O. Parmhed, G. Leroy, A. N. Osnes, B. A. Pettersson Reif, J. Burman

Large Eddy Simulation of dispersion of neutral and non-neutral scalar fields in complex urban-like geometries

H17-11
A. N. Osnes, D. Eriksson, B. A. Pettersson

On the generation of inflow boundary conditions for dispersion simulations using Large Eddy Simulations

H17-11
O. Björnham, J. Tørnes, A. Gousseff, S. Burkhart

Comparison of various operational models against new experimental dispersion data