Development and application of an integrated air quality modelling system for traffic related pollution in urban areas
Citation:Anthony W. Reynolds, 'Development and application of an integrated air quality modelling system for traffic related pollution in urban areas', [thesis], Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, 2001, pp 385
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An Air Quality Modelling System (AQMS) has been developed for metropolitan areas in Europe and applied in Dublin. The primary objective of this AQMS is to incorporate die latest knowledge on traffic and air quality at a high level of spatial and temporal resolution, restricted only by data availability. The AQMS consists of three main modules, namely a traffic module, an emissions rate module and a pollutant dispersion module. These arc all integrated with a Geographic Information System (GIS). The accuracy of the AQMS model is established by validating the individual components.
Author: Reynolds, Anthony W.
Publisher:Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
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