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Atmosphere, Volume 11, Issue 5 (May 2020) – 115 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) This study developed a numerical simulation system to predict the dispersion of HAPs due to [...] Read more. This study developed a numerical simulation system to predict the dispersion of HAPs due to accidental release. It is affected significantly by horizontal transport driven by local circulation in a diurnal timescale and also by vertical diffusion, suggesting that the local meteorological condition is critical in emergency response to chemical accidents. As this numerical simulation system based on the CALPUFF model can reflect the real-time meteorological condition, it is useful not only for assessing the potential risk and establishing long-term measures, but also in responding to actual accidents and enforcing instant safety measures for residents. View this paper