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This is the third edition of a comprehensive single-source reference book on dispersion modeling of air pollution plumes. Topics covered in the book include: classifying atmospheric stability; determining of buoyant pollution plume rise; Gaussian dispersion calculations and modeling; developing windspeed profiles; trapped pollution plumes; fumigated plumes; flare stack pluThis is the third edition of a comprehensive single-source reference book on dispersion modeling of air pollution plumes. Topics covered in the book include: classifying atmospheric stability; determining of buoyant pollution plume rise; Gaussian dispersion calculations and modeling; developing windspeed profiles; trapped pollution plumes; fumigated plumes; flare stack plumes; meteorological parameters; and much more. Every equation is completely derived step-by-step and every constraint or assumption is fully explained. A set of self-study exercises, with detailed answers, is included with each book. The book has a soft cover and is 8.5 inches wide by 11 inches long with 201 pages....

Title : Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion
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ISBN : 9780964458802
Format Type : Unknown Binding
Number of Pages : 193 Pages
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Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion Reviews

  • Milton Beychok
    2019-02-20 09:26

    As of mid-2012, the book is only available in a downloadable pdf format from www.air-dispersion.com/Download.html. It is no longer available as a printed, bound book. The downloadable pdf version is the Fourth Edition, dated 2005 (which is the latest edition).The subjects covered in the book include atmospheric turbulence and stability classes, buoyant plume rise, Gaussian dispersion calculations and modeling, time-averaged concentrations, wind velocity profiles, fumigations, trapped plumes, flare stack plumes and much more ... with a great many example calculations.The book has been purchased in 84 countries and is currently available in 233 libraries worldwide. It has been referenced or cited as an educational resource 870 times in the technical literature and on the Internet, including the regulatory publications of 34 state or national governmental agencies worldwide. It has also been used as recommended reading or a textbook in 61 university courses.(This review/description was written by Milton Beychok, the author and publisher of the book. More information is available at www.air-dispersion.com)