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ADMS 6 Training

The course aims to introduce the ADMS software as a tool for assessing air quality in the vicinity of industrial sites. 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. Delegates are introduced to the main principles of atmospheric dispersion and consider the selection of meteorological data for use with ADMS. They undertake a series of worked examples to become familiar with navigating around the software and displaying input and output data.

Most industrial sites include some buildings large enough to have a significant effect on pollutant dispersion. The topic of modelling the effects of buildings is introduced.

Day 2

The second day builds on the ideas introduced on Day 1, and considers other factors that can affect predicted concentrations, including:

  • the effects of local topography in the form of hills or varying land use,
  • the impact of wet and dry deposition,
  • the effects of chemical reactions on NOx concentrations.

Finally, a wide range of options are drawn together and summarised in an industrial case study.

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