Atmosphere, Volume 11, Issue 1 (January 2020) – 121 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Concerning the study of the atmospheric dispersion, it can be recalled that much research has been devoted to modeling the mean concentration. Nevertheless, other statistical properties than the mean have practical importance in a large number of applications as second and higher order moments of concentration. For example, concentration variance or covariance may be required in the study of toxic gas effects on humans, assessment of nuisance due to malodorous materials, flammability of substances, and interaction between turbulence and chemistry. A review of the Lagrangian stochastic models developed in recent decades for the simulation of concentration–fluctuation dispersion is presented. Then, Lagrangian approaches for evaluating of odor annoyance are described and discussed. View this paper.
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