Computational Challenges in the Numerical Treatment of Large Air Pollution Models

@inproceedings{Georgiev2001ComputationalCI,
  title={Computational Challenges in the Numerical Treatment of Large Air Pollution Models},
  author={Krassimir Georgiev and R. J. van der Pas},
  year={2001}
}
The air pollution, and especially the reduction of the air pollution to some acceptable levels, is an important environmental problem, which will become even more important in the next 10-20 years. This problem can successfully be studied only when high-resolution comprehensive models are developed and used on a routinely basis. However, such models are very time-consuming, also when modern high-speed computers are available. Indeed, if an air pollution model is to be applied on a large space… CONTINUE READING

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