Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion

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Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion
« on: 04/06/2009 04:51:08 »
Anyone interested in or involved with air pollution dispersion modeling is invited to visit the website at:
........ newbielink: [nonactive] <== click here
to learn about "Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion" ... a very comprehensive reference book on dispersion modeling of continuous, buoyant pollution plumes.  The website provides a brief description of the book, peer reviews published in technical journals, the book's complete table of contents, and other information.
Topics covered in the book include: classifying atmospheric stability; determining of buoyant pollution plume rise; Gaussian dispersion calculations and modeling; developing windspeed profiles; trapped pollution plumes; fumigated plumes; flare stack plumes; meteorological parameters, and much more.

The book has been purchased in over 60 countries and very widely referenced and cited (over 160 citations) in the technical literature and on the Internet. It is also referenced in the regulatory publications of 16 state or national governmental agencies worldwide. It has been or is now being used as a textbook or as recommended reading in courses at many universities worldwide.

It is now also available as an E-Book in PDF format  (see newbielink: [nonactive])

Click newbielink: [nonactive] if you would like a free copy of "Air Dispersion Modeling Terminology" emailed to you as a Microsoft Word document.

Milton Beychok
Here is the front cover of the book:


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Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion
« Reply #1 on: 04/06/2009 08:46:42 »
While this may or may not be interesting/informative, it's still
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