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Tentative Class Schedule for Atmospheric Dispersion, Spring 2011 Week Tue Thu 1 01/04 No class! 01/06 Introduction 2 01/11 Meteorology 01/13* Meteorology 3 01/18 Meteorology, Plume Characteristic s 01/20* Plume Characteristics, Gaussian Plume Model 4 01/25 Gaussian Plume Model 01/27 Out of Town. No class! 5 02/01* Effective Stack Height, Project 1 Topic Due 02/03 Gaussian Plume Model II 6 02/08* Gaussian Plume Model II, Non-Point Sources, HW1 due 02/10 Out of Town. No class! 7 02/15 Non-Point Sources 02/17* AERMOD 8 02/22 AERMOD 02/24 AERMOD (Afshar) 9 03/01* AERMOD- AERME T 03/03 TSCREEN (Shou & Zhong), HW2 due, Project 2 Topic Due 10 03/08 Spring Break. No class! 03/10 Spring Break. No class! 11 03/15 CTSCREEN (Guo) 03/17 SCREEN3 (Raheem)
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Unformatted text preview: 03/24 AERSCREEN (Wang), Project 2 Proposal Due 13 03/29 Source Apportionmen t - CMB 03/31 CALINE3 14 04/05* Source Apportionmen t - PMF 04/07 Preparation for Project 2. No class! 15 04/12 Guo, Shou, Afshar, Zhong 04/14 Out of Town. No class! 16 04/19 Groce, Wang, Raheem, Class Evaluation , 04/21 Study day, No class! 17 04/26 Project 2 Report Due, Final week, no class. 04/28 Final week, no class. UF's Scheduled class hours: 42; this course's actual class hours: 54. You get 10 hours free. However, the actual free hours may be less depending on the number of tutorials and out-of-town trips. * 10 minutes quiz at the beginning of class...
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