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A 3D regional scale photochemical air quality model - application to a 3 day summertime episode over Paris

Author(s): A. Jaecker-Voirol, M. Lipphardt, B. Martin, Ph. Quandalle, J. Salles, B. Carissimo, E. Dupont, L. Musson-Genon, P.M. Riboud, B. Aumont, G. Bergametti, I. Bey & G. Toupance

Abstract:
This paper presents AgUR, a 3D Eulerian photochemical air quality model for the simulation of air pollution in urban and semi-urban areas. The model tracks gas pollutant species emitted into the atmosphere by transportation and industrial sources, it computes the chemical reactions of these species under varying meteorological conditions (photolysis, pressure, temperature, humidity), their transport by wind and their turbulent diffusion as a function of air stability.

It has a modular software structure which includes several components dedicated to specifi...

Pages: 20
Size: 2,184 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/AIR960191

 

 

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