syllabus - Prepared on 14:48:58 Syllabus ENV 6146/6932/4932...

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Prepared on 14:48:58 Syllabus ENV 6146/6932/4932 Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling Instructor: Dr. Chang-Yu Wu 1. Catalog Description Predicting downwind pollutant concentrations from point, line, and areal sources, 3 Credit hours 2. Pre-requisites – ENV 4101 Elements of Air Pollution (or equivalent) 3. Course Objectives – By the end of the course, the student will be able to do the following: 1. To describe the physical principles of atmospheric dispersion and source apportionment as well as their assumptions 2. To select and use the most appropriate models to predict downwind pollutant concentrations from point, line and area sources 3. To select and use the most appropriate apportionment models to assess source contribution 4. To explain air pollution control techniques to the professional society and general public 4. Instructor – Dr. Chang-Yu Wu TEL: 352-392-0845; E-mail address: [email protected] ; Web site: http://www.ees.ufl.edu/homepp/cywu/ 5. Teaching Assistant – N/A 6. Textbooks and Software Required - No required textbook. Course materials will be derived from USEPA’s Support Center for Regulatory Atmospheric Modeling (SCRAM) http://www.epa.gov/ttn/scram/aqmindex.htm . Lecture notes are available at http://www.ees.ufl.edu/homepp/cywu/env6146/env6146.htm or will be provided by email. 7. Recommended Reading Workbook of Atmospheric Dispersion Estimates , by D. Bruce Turner, Lewis Publishers. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics of Air Pollution , by J. H. Seinfeld, Wiley- Interscience . Air Pollution: Its Origin and Control
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