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User Group presentations

User group meetings are held annually, one for ADMS 6 and one for ADMS-Urban & Roads. Selected presentations from previous user group meetings are available for download below.

ADMS 6 User Group Meeting 2023 [top]

held in York on Wednesday 29th November 2023

1. ADMS modelling and Net Zero, Catheryn Price, CERC

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3. Effects of katabatic winds in complex terrain, David Carruthers, CERC
4. Description and evaluation of particulate deposition modelling in ADMS, Victoria Hamilton, CERC
5. Atmospheric dispersion projects at HSE and the ADMLC, Simon Gant, HSE
6. Testing modelled met data for dispersion modelling, Christina Hood, CERC
7. ADMS 6 Modelling tips: visible plumes, complex terrain and buildings, Rose Jackson, CERC
8. Dispersion modelling to calculate onsite impacts, Sarah Strickland, CERC
ADMS-Urban and Roads User Group Meeting 2023 [top]

held in York on Thursday 30th November 2023

1. Modelling with ADMS-Urban & ADMS-Roads: necessities and possibilities, Chetan Lad, CERC

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2. Bradford CAZ and beyond, Sally Jones & Elizabeth Bates, Bradford Council
3. Modelling the air quality impact of transport schemes in Cambridge, Matt Williams, CERC
4. Street-scale emissions inventory for Ireland, Kate Johnson, CERC
5. Coupled system modelling: Croatia and Ireland, Jenny Stocker, CERC & Darijo Brzoja DHMZ
6. Modelling of roadside ammonia concentrations and deposition, Michael Bell, Mott Macdonald
7. Calculating parameters for urban morphology using the Mapper, Brian Bien, CERC
8. Online applications of high resolution ADMS-Urban model output, Chris Johnson, CERC
ADMS 6 User Group Meeting 2022[top]

held in Birmingham on Wednesday 16th November 2022

1. New Features in ADMS 6, James O'Neill, CERC

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2. North Lincs Green Energy Park: Air Quality Impact Assessment, Chris Hazell-Marshall, ERM
3. Amine Modelling in ADMS 6, Martin Seaton, CERC
4. Modelling Deposition Using ADMS and the APIS GIS Map Tool, Sarah Strickland, CERC
5. BAT Assessment of Short Term Emergency Generators Following Power Plant Decommission, Emily Portergill, Arup
6. Evaluating Modelled Met Data: Does Grid Resolution Matter?, Christina Hood, CERC
7. Dispersion Modelling of Spaceport Launch Emissions, Catheryn Price, CERC
ADMS-Urban and Roads User Group Meeting 2022 [top]

held in Birmingham on Thursday 17th November 2022

1. Use of an ADMS-based Regional Modelling System in Support of Improved Air Quality and Health in the West Midlands, William Bloss, University of Birmingham

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2. Comparison of NO2 Concentrations Between ADMS and the Defra NOx to NO2 Calculator, David Carruthers, CERC
3. Real World Emissions in Scotland, Derek McCreadie, Transport Scotland
4. Assessing Air Quality Improvements in the City of London, Matthew Williams, CERC
5. Solutions for Clean Air, Decarbonisation and Energy Efficiency in Urban Ports, Alan Wells, Redshift, and Chetan Lad, CERC
6. ADMS-Urban & ADMS-Roads Modelling Tips, Kate Johnson, CERC
7. Tools for Model Evaluation, Rose Jackson, CERC
8. Driving ADMS Using Wind and Turbulence Data from CFD Models, Jenny Stocker, CERC
ADMS User Group Meeting 2021[top]

held online on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th November 2021

Day 1

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1. Overview of CERC research projects, David Carruthers, CERC
2. Software and support update, Martin Seaton, CERC
3. ADMS 6: Buildings module developments, James O'Neill, CERC
4. Making the most of output points, Steve Smith, CERC
5. Modelling amine chemistry for carbon capture, Catheryn Price, CERC and Jessica Hemandez, Environment Agency
6. Air quality and working with regulators, Peter Shanahan, Stopford
7. Modelling the air quality and odour impact of a tannery, Sarah Strickland, CERC
Day 2
1. Air quality modelling for local plans, Matthew Williams, CERC
2. Application of ADMS-Roads for the Bristol Clean Air Zone Feasibility Study, Kevin Turpin, Jacobs
3. Assessing the impact of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, Charlotte Aves, CERC
4. Assessing air quality for Kensington and Chelsea, Chetan Lad, CERC
5. High-resolution source apportionment modelling using ADMS-Urban: Breathe London Pilot Project, Amy Stidworthy, CERC
6. London Plan Guidance Consultation: Air Quality Neutral and Air Quality Positive, Stephen Inch, GLA
7. Modelling and verification of CO2 emissions in Glasgow, Molly Oades, CERC
8. Using spatial splitting to optimise ADMS-Urban run times: WM-Air, Christina Hood, CERC and Jian Zhong, University of Birmingham
ADMS User Group Meeting 2020[top]

held online on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th November 2020

Day 1

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1. Overview of CERC research projects, David Carruthers, CERC
2. Software and support update, Martin Seaton, CERC
3. Assessing the impact of COVID restrictions on emissions using modelling and measurements, Amy Stidworthy, CERC
4. How to get the best out of ADMS – tips on output, Catheryn Price, CERC
5. Assessing the impact of cold plumes from air source heat pumps, Sarah Strickland, CERC
6. Modelling for MCPD energy centres, Yves Verlinden, ERM
7. Modelling concentration fluctuations in ADMS 5, James O'Neill, CERC
8. Modelling vessel emissions, Erica Powell, Arup
Day 2
1. Application of the new ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Roads elevated roads feature, Jenny Stocker, CERC
2. Creating valid large urban models, Melody Horan, Miller Goodall
3. Roads modelling for two interconnected planning applications, Charlotte Aves, CERC
4. Tips for modelling small road networks, Matthew Williams, CERC
5. The use of ADMS-Urban to support Air Quality Management in the City of London, Ruth Calderwood, City of London
6. County-wide air quality modelling – a case study, Chetan Lad, CERC
7. Tools and tips for modelling large urban areas in ADMS-Urban, Kate Johnson, CERC
8. Modelling insights from the Breathe London project, Ella Forsyth, CERC
ADMS 5 User Group Meeting 2019[top]

held in Oxford on Wednesday 13th November 2019

1. Source Terms: How to Model Almost Anything, Catheryn Price, CERC

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2. Buildings: a Better Model?, Julia Burnell, Mott MacDonald
3. ADMS 5 Modelling Tips, Stephen Smith, CERC
4. ADMS 5 Modelling to Support a Planning Application - a Case Study, Sarah Strickland, CERC
5. A Few Considerations when Modelling with ADMS 5, Kieran Laxen, Air Pollution Services
6. Odour Modelling - a Case Studey, Chetan Lad, CERC
7. Approaches to Modelling Fluctuations of Odour using ADMS 5, Rosie Davies, Arup
8. What's Coming in ADMS 6?, Martin Seaton, CERC
ADMS-Urban and Roads User Group Meeting 2019 [top]

held in Oxford on Wednesday 14th November 2019

1. ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Roads 5, James O'Neill, CERC

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2. Clean Air Zone Modelling Following the JAQU Methodology, Jovanna Arndt, AECOM
3. ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Roads 5: Advanced Data Capabilities, Rohan Patel, CERC
4. Using ANPR Data to Improve Emissions Calculations, Matthew Williams, CERC
5. Consideration of HGV Emissions on Variable Road Gradients in EFTv9, Jamie Clayton, Bureau Veritas
6. Urban Air Quality Modelling of Dublin, Kevin Delaney, Irish EPA and Charlotte Aves, CERC
7. Typical Methods and Assumptions in the Application of ADMS-Roads for Local Air Quality Assessments, Richard Claxton, Aether
8. Using Measured Data with ADMS-Urban and ADMS-Roads, Amy Stidworthy, CERC

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