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Application of short and 24 hours air pollution forecasting around a power plant

Author(s): J.A. Souto, V. Perez-Munuzuri, M. de Castro, J.J. Casares & J. Abadia

Abstract:
A model-based system for real-time simulation and prediction of SC^ concentration around a Power Plant has been applied.

The real-time simulation is done for 5 minutes average-time periods, from the measurements of nine meteorological towers and one Remtech sodar.

A meteorological prediction model has been developed for providing a one-day forecast (for 30 minutes average-time periods), as input in time for the adaptive plume model.

This system allows the prediction of SC>2 concentration around a power plant for different emission levels, along the following 24 hours. Both systems run continously on an area around As Pontes Power Plant, since November 1994.

Their ground level concentration...

Pages: 10
Size: 992 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960031

 

 

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