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ADMS-Roads Training

The course aims to introduce the ADMS-Roads software as a tool for assessing air quality near road networks. Worked examples are used to develop familiarity with the main model input and output parameters.

Day 1

The first day gives an introduction to ADMS-Roads. Delegates are introduced to the main principles of atmospheric dispersion and consider the selection of meteorological data for use with ADMS-Roads. They undertake a series of worked examples to become familiar with navigating around the software and displaying input and output data.

Day 2

The second day builds on the ideas introduced on Day 1, and covers how to model a number of factors that can affect the predicted concentrations, including street canyons, road tunnels, local topography and chemical reactions. Other topics discussed include source apportionment studies, the selection of background concentration data, model validation, and the use of an emissions inventory database for storing data for large numbers of sources. Finally, there is the opportunity to work through some case studies, drawing together many of the skills taught in the course.

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