CFD analysis on traffic-induced air pollutant dispersion under non-isothermal condition in a complex urban area in winter

@inproceedings{Huang2006CFDAO,
  title={CFD analysis on traffic-induced air pollutant dispersion under non-isothermal condition in a complex urban area in winter},
  author={Hong Huang and Ryozo Ooka and Hong Shu Chen and Shinsuke Kato and Tak{\'e}o Takahashi and Takeaki Watanabe},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract There is a higher concentration of traffic-induced air pollution alongside roads in winter than in summer due to the relatively stable atmospheric conditions. In this study, a three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation coupled with radiation and conduction analysis was carried out to analyze the pollutant dispersion under non-isothermal conditions within an objective area in Kawasaki city, Japan, in winter. The temporal variations of wind speed and pollutant… CONTINUE READING

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