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Evaluation of the predictions of the ADREA-HF code for dense gas dispersion with real scale ammonia release experiments

Author(s): S. Andronopoulos, J.C. Stratharas, P. Deligiannis & J.G. Bartzis

Abstract:
In the framework of the evaluation of the dense gas dispersion code ADREA- HF the experiments No.

16 and 17 of the FLADIS Project have been computa- tionally simulated.

The experiments concerned continuous jet releases of liqui- fied ammonia and subsequent dispersion over flat terrain in real scale.

The computed concentrations are compared to the experimental at the exact loca- tions of the sensors, after the steady-state plume is established.

A statistical analysis is performed in order to evaluate the bias in the model predictions and the spread of the individual values around the mean bias, as fu...

Pages: 8
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960091

 

 

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