Atmospheric scattering of gaseous pollutants

The Air Quality Models use mathematical and numerical techniques to simulate the physical and chemical processes affecting pollutants when dispersed and react in the atmosphere.

The simulation of pollutant concentration to estimate the ambient air quality in an industrial area, where people could be exposed to concentrations that are danger to human health.

Area Biogroup Engineering has professional trained abroad for the application of these models, with extensive experience in application of internationally accepted models.

Then more employees mathematical models are detailed Biogroup:

AERMOD View version 8.5.0 (Gaussian Plume Dispersion Model Air) © 1996-2014 Lakes Environmental Software. American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
License: Acquired by Biogroup.

AERMET View version 8.5.0 (Meteorological Preprocessor) © 1996-2014 Lakes Environmental Software. American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
License: Acquired by Biogroup.

AERMAP View version 8.5.0 (Terrain Preprocessor) © 1996-2014 Lakes Environmental Software. American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
License: Acquired by Biogroup.

WRPLOT View version 8.5.0 (Wind Rose Plots for Meteorological Data) © 1996-2014 Lakes Environmental Software. American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
License: Acquired by Biogroup.

Each modeling is presented in report format (as EPA) which contains the following titles:

  • Control Pathway
  • Source Pathway (Source inputs)
  • Source Pathway (Other options)
  • Receptor Pathway
  • Receptor Pathway (Elevations / Flagpole for Grids)
  • Receptor Pathway (Risk and Fenceline Receptors)
  • Meteorology Pathway
  • Output Pathway
  • Results Summary

Further it includes sending by e-mail KMZ files to be directly displayed on Google Earth for each of the modeling.

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