In one of my graduate classes, a long time ago, the professor giving the lecture was starting to through some derivations of equations. He started out by writing down assumption that were known to be true. He paused for a moment, looking at the list of assumptions, then asked himself, as well as the whole…Continue Reading
When to use Volume Sources in AERMOD
There are many things that have a name but are not what their name indicates. For example, a panda bear is not a bear at all, but a big racoon. A peanut is not a nut. It’s a legume (a bean). A horned toad is a lizard. A volume source fits into the same category….Continue Reading
Which Is Right for Your AERMOD Project: POINT, POINTCAP, & POINTHOR?
Henry Ford once said, “a customer can have a car painted any color he wants as long as it’s black”? There were several reasons why that was, but still, there wasn’t much of a choice. The was true when representing a stack or a vent in AERMOD. Whether the vent exhausted vertically, horizontally, or radially…Continue Reading
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