ADMS-Urban standard courses
ADMS-Urban introductory course
The aim of the ADMS-Urban training course is to introduce the ADMS-Urban software as a tool for assessing air quality across large areas, using worked examples to develop familiarity with main model input parameters and output, based on modelling small numbers of pollution sources.
By the end of the course delegates will be able to:
- recognise key input data needed to use ADMS-Urban, including emission parameters for industrial and road sources;
- identify ADMS-Urban modelled concentrations to be used for comparison against Air Quality Strategy (AQS) objectives or monitored data;
- demonstrate use of groups to model several emission sources across an urban area and compare the impact of different groups;
- list key parameters used to determine vehicle emissions for current and future traffic flows.