Pollutant Dispersion into the Air, CFD Training Package
- Air pollution within street canyons and real urban zones
- Pollutant Distribution from Car Exhaust
- Pollution dispersion due to the explosion of Oil Storage Tanks
- Gas flare pollutants prediction
Pollutant Dispersion into the Air Training Package, 6 CFD Projects
This pollutant dispersion into the air training package includes 6 CFD projects to study the air pollution within street canyons and real urban zones, pollutant distribution due to car exhaust in static and traffic (car’s low speed) modes, oil storage tank explosion, and gas flare.
The package includes a comprehensive set of tutorials and exercises to help you understand the fundamentals of CFD and air pollution modeling. It also includes a detailed explanation of the governing equations and boundary conditions used in the simulations. The package also provides a library of pre-defined models and boundary conditions to help you quickly set up and run your simulations.
The Pollutant Dispersion into the Air CFD training package also includes a library of post-processing tools to help you analyze and visualize the results of your simulations. These tools include a range of graphical and statistical analysis tools, as well as a range of visualization tools to help you better understand the results of your simulations.
Finally, the package includes a comprehensive set of resources to help you understand the fundamentals of air pollution modeling and CFD. These resources include a range of books, articles, and videos to help you understand the fundamentals of air pollution modeling and CFD.
We can use CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) simulation to model the dispersion of pollutants into the air. we can also use the simulation to predict the concentration of pollutants in the air at different locations and times. We use the simulation to determine the effects of different factors such as wind speed, temperature, and humidity on the dispersion of pollutants.
The simulation can also be used to identify areas where the concentration of pollutants is higher than the acceptable levels. We also use the simulation to identify the sources of the pollutants and to develop strategies to reduce the emission of pollutants.