AERSCREEN - InstructiononAERSCREEN A screening mode for...

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 3/24/2011  AERSCREEN Tutorial A Brief Outline AERMOD/AERSCREEN history AERSCREEN overview AERSCREEN features Installation User interface Example run AERSCREEN Tutorial 3/24/2011 2Page 2
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 3/24/2011  AERSCREEN Tutorial AERMOD/AERSCREEN History AERMOD Initially developed in 1991, release in 2000,  adopted in 2005. Point, area, volume Sources  Simple or complex terrain Transport distance up to 50 km SCREEN option added to AERMOD in 1995  forces model to calculate centerline concentration  for each source/receptor/meteorology  AERSCREEN Tutorial 3/24/2011 3Page 3
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 3/24/2011  AERSCREEN Tutorial AERMOD/AERSCREEN History AERSCREEN Initially developed by Jim Haywood, Michigan  DEQ Draft submitted to EPA 4/25/06 (Alpha) Release to public (Beta) Latest version 11076 was released on 03/17/11 MAKEMET, BPIPPRM and AERMAP to generate  necessary AERMOD inputs. AERSCREEN Tutorial 3/24/2011 4Page 4
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 3/24/2011  AERSCREEN Tutorial Overview of AERSCREEN MAKEMET program generates matrix of  meteorological conditions based on user-specified  surface characteristics, formatted for input to  AERMOD (.sfc and .pfl files) 3/24/2011 AERSCREEN Tutorial 5Page 5
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 3/24/2011  AERSCREEN Tutorial Overview of AERSCREEN Components of AERSCREEN AERSCREEN main program MAKEMET BPIPPRPM AERMAP Running screen mode in two ways Run AERSCREEN alone Run AERMOD with screening option based on  MAKMET 3/24/2011 AERSCREEN Tutorial 6Page 6 Comparing to SCREEN3
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 3/24/2011  AERSCREEN Tutorial Overview of AERSCREEN Source type: Single point source(vertical uncapped stack) Capped stack Horizontal stack Rectangular area or circular area Flare Volume source Routine to find maximum concentration for automatic  receptor distances 3/24/2011 AERSCREEN Tutorial 7Page 7
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 3/24/2011  AERSCREEN Tutorial Overview of AERSCREEN Data entered via prompts or by input file
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