Diurnal and annual variation of the sensation distance of odour emitted by livestock buildings calculated by the Austrian odour dispersion model (AODM)

@inproceedings{Schauberger2000DiurnalAA,
  title={Diurnal and annual variation of the sensation distance of odour emitted by livestock buildings calculated by the Austrian odour dispersion model (AODM)},
  author={GuK nther Schauberger and Martin Piringer and Erwin Petz},
  year={2000}
}
The diurnal and annual variation of distances for di!erent odour thresholds is investigated by the dynamic Austrian odour dispersion model (AODM) consisting of an emission module, a dispersion module, and a module to calculate instantaneous odour concentrations. The e!ect of daily variations in odour production, ventilation rates and indoor air temperature are included in impact assessments. The ambient half-hour odour concentrations calculated by a regulatory Gaussian plume model are… CONTINUE READING
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