PLPM (Photochemical Lagrangian Particle Model) is a Lagrangian particle model developed in last years by ENEA and ENVIROWARE Srl. In this presentation, we discuss the physical formulation of PLPM, the main features of the kernel density reconstruction methods and some preliminary tests carried out to evaluate the model and the density reconstruction methods. In particular, the Kincaid data set (Bowne e Loondergan, 1983), along with the Model Validation Kit (Olesen, 1998), has been used to test the model on the dispersion of non-reactive compounds. The results obtained so far suggests bringing them to the attention of the air quality modelling community, together with the questions that are still open and would benefit of the efforts of other researchers.

PLPM (Photochemical Lagrangian Particle Model): Formulation and Preliminary Validation

Zanini, G.
2002-10-14

Abstract

PLPM (Photochemical Lagrangian Particle Model) is a Lagrangian particle model developed in last years by ENEA and ENVIROWARE Srl. In this presentation, we discuss the physical formulation of PLPM, the main features of the kernel density reconstruction methods and some preliminary tests carried out to evaluate the model and the density reconstruction methods. In particular, the Kincaid data set (Bowne e Loondergan, 1983), along with the Model Validation Kit (Olesen, 1998), has been used to test the model on the dispersion of non-reactive compounds. The results obtained so far suggests bringing them to the attention of the air quality modelling community, together with the questions that are still open and would benefit of the efforts of other researchers.
Sistemi energetici ecosostenibili
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