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VKI LS 2008-06, Atmospheric boundary layer flows in air pollution modelling, ISBN 978-2-930389-85-0

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Atmospheric boundary layer flows in air pollution modelling
May 19-23, 2008, edited by J.P.A.J. van Beeck, J.-M. Buchlin, A. Petrosyan
Abstract

The purpose of the course is to provide the state-of-the-art information on atmospheric boundary layer flows for air pollution modelling. Lectures include fundamentals of boundary layer phenomena and recent advances relevant to the development of the multi-scale pollution transport models from local to regional and global scales. Field observations, wind tunnel testing, and the potential of CFD for urban dispersion modelling is addressed as well.

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  • ZILITINKEVICH, S.S. – University of Helsinki, Finland & Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland & Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre, Norway
    Atmospheric planetary boundary layer (ABL/PBL): theory, modeling and applications
    Part I: Stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer (SBL)
    Part II: The role of large, organized eddied in the convective heat/mass transfer
  • ZILITINKEVICH, S.S.1,2,3; ELPERIN, T.4; KLEEORIN, N.4; ROGACHEVSKII, I.4; ESAU, I.3; MAURITSEN, T.51University of Helsinki, Finland & 2Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland & 3Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre, Norway & 4Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel & 5Stockholm University, Sweden
    Energetics of turbulence, Ri-critical, and new closure model for stable stratification
  • PETROSYAN, A. – Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
    A new model for aerosols transportation in boundary layer on complex terrain
    Numerical simulation of flows of a heavy aerosols transportation over a bed surface with an arbitrary profile
  • SAWFORD, B.L. – Monash University, Australia
    Lagrangian modelling of dispersion and mixing in the atmospheric boundary layer
    I. Lagrangian theory and introduction to stochastic models
    II. Modelling mean concentration in the atmospheric boundary layer
    III. Modelling concentration fluctuations and chemistry using micro-mixing models
  • BALMORI, R.1; TAHA, H.2; BORNSTEIN, R.11San Jose State University, USA & 2Altostratus, USA
    Land-use/land-cover modifications effects on the urban heat islands of Houston, Texas for ozone
    transport studies
    Part 1 - formulation
    Part 2 - results
  • KASAKSEH, S.1,2; BORNSTEIN, R.1; WEINROTH, E.1,31San Jose State University, USA & 2Applied Research Institute-Jerusalem, Israel & 3The Hebrew University, Israel
    Synoptic and mesoscale flow influences on summetime Middle-East ozone
  • BUILTJES, P.J.H. – TNO, The Netherlands
    Modelling atmospheric boundary layers in a windtunnel
    Examples of studies performed in an atmospheric boundary layer windtunnel
  • SCHATZMANN, M. & LEITL, B. - Meteorological Institute (ZMAW), University of Hamburg, Germany
    Measurements in urban environments: a careful analysis of data from a street canyon station
    Properties of field and wind tunnel boundary layers within and above the urban canopy
  • FEDDERSEN, B.; SCHATZMANN, M.; LEITL, B. - Meteorological Institute (ZMAW), University of Hamburg, Germany
    Experiments in urban environments: comparison of corresponding field and wind tunnel results
  • BORIS, J.P. – U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA
    Urban aerodynamics and contaminant transport
    Variability and uncertainty in urban contaminant transport
    Emergency assessment for urban contaminant transport

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