The annual meeting of the Dispersion Modellers User Group 2013 took place at St Martins-in-the-Fields on Monday 9th December. The event brought together specialists from across the sector to discuss advances in dispersion modelling.
Links to all of the available presentations are below:
- David Hall and Angela Spanton (Envirobods) Internal and External Building Exposure to Air Pollutants and External Contaminants.
- Vina Kukadia, Hong Cheng (BRE) and David Hall Ingress of External Contaminants into Buildings: A New Methodology
- Sean Beevers (Kings College London) Developing a hybrid exposure model for London
- Irina Nikolova (University of Birmingham) FASTER (Fundamental Studies of the Sources, Properties and Environmental Behaviour of Exhaust Nanoparticles from Road Vehicles). Modelling ultrafine particle size distributions inside a street canyon
- Helen ApSimon (Imperial University) Analysis of Air Quality Impacts of Potential CCC Scenarios
- Andrea Fraser (Ricardo –AEA) AirDART (Air quality Data Analysis & Retrieval Tool): an internet based tool for the rapid retrieval of input data from an archive
- Hazel Peace (Ricardo-AEA) Modelling the impact of alternative fuels on PM2.5 concentrations at US airports
- Laurence Caird (Air Quality Consultants) The application of ADMS Airports
- David Carruthers (CERC) New developments in the representation of plume chemistry in dispersion models
- Christelle Escoffier (Exponent) A CALPUFF model overview and some applications