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We perform large-eddy simulations (LES) of the flow past a scale model of a complex building. Calculations are accomplished using two different methods to represent the edifice. The first method… (More)
Between April 28 and July 19 of 2010, the U.S. Coast Guard conducted in situ oil burns as one approach used for the management of oil spilled after the explosion and subsequent sinking of the BP… (More)
A major challenge in traffic-related air pollution exposure studies is the lack of information regarding pollutant exposure characterization. Air quality modeling can provide spatially and temporally… (More)
Near-road exposures to traffic-generated air pollutants are a public health concern. Air dispersion models are useful tools for quantifying exposure levels, but they must undergo extensive validation… (More)
We propose a dispersion model to estimate the impact of a solid noise barrier upwind of a highway on air pollution concentrations downwind of the road. The model, based on data from wind tunnel… (More)
Two new modules have recently been added to the ADMS-Urban dispersion model to improve the model predictions of concentrations in urban areas. The urban canopy module calculates a spatially varying… (More)