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Fundamentals Of Stack Gas Dispersion
Fundamentals Of Stack Gas Dispersion is a book devoted to the basic fundamentals of air pollution dispersion modeling of continuous, buoyant pollution plumes from stationary point sources. The first edition was published in 1979. The current fourth edition was published in 2005.
The subjects covered in the book include atmospheric turbulence and stability classes, buoyant plume rise, Gaussian dispersion calculations and modeling, time-averaged concentrations, wind velocity profiles, fumigations, trapped plumes and gas flare stack plumes. All of the many constraints and assumptions involved in the basic equations are fully explained.
It is notable for including the step-by-step derivation of every equation presented in the book without using any highly advanced mathematics.
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Availability in libraries
The book is available in about 60 libraries within the United States and in about 80 libraries located in other countries worldwide, including countries in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Canada, Mexico and South America.
Where the book is used
The book is used in universities, large industrial companies, engineering and construction companies, consulting companies as well as individual consultants, and regulatory agencies in about 60 countries worldwide.
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