By Nicolas Fournier, Vicente A. Pais, Mark A. Sutton, Keith J. Weston, Ulli Dragosits (auth.), Dr. Bruno Sportisse (eds.)
This publication collates the written contributions of the second one convention on pollution Modelling and Simulation (APMS 2001). a variety of present issues is roofed, concentrating on 3 tough concerns: (1) the modelling factor of complicated, multiphase, atmospheric chemistry; (2) the numerical factor linked to complete 3-dimensional chemistry-transport versions; and (3) the main problems with facts assimilation and inverse modelling. State-of-the paintings examine is gifted with many operational systems utilized at both forecast organisations or businesses.
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The use of boundaries with increasing slope selects fewer grid cells which are NO, sensitive and the range of NO, regime varies with chan ging slope (Table 2). On the other hand, the range of VOC regime does not change significantly with increasing slope. For a successful indicator, the highest percentile value (98 th ) for VOC sensitive regime should be equal to or less than the lowest (2"d) percentile value for NO, sensitive regime (only for indicator ratios where low values correlate with VOC sensitive chemistry).
3. Comparison of threshold values of indicators and indicator ratios for NO, . VOC sensitivity in various cases : br (base run), le (runs with low emissions), Is (runs with lessstagnant meteorology). Boundary slope=5. 4. Summary and Conclusions Threshold values derived from UAM simulations applied to Switzerland are presented using a new approach for separating NO, and VOC sensitive regimes. The dependence of threshold values for NO y ' HCHOINO y ' HP/HN0 3 , and O/NO, on a wide range of boundary slopes (ratio of ozone reduction due to NOx contral to ozone reduction due to VOC contral) is investigated.
I '0 " 300 km Fig. 1. Multi-nested domains and topography adapted for the model simulation Eulerian Photochemical Modeling 45 The model input data are classified according to two types, the statics and the dynamics. S. Geological Survey Land Use/Land Cover System). We parameterize the ground roughness, the albedo, the ground heat capacity , the ground diffusivity, the relative humidity of the air in the ground-pores, the evaporation resistance of soil and the shielding factor of plants with this classification.
Air Pollution Modelling and Simulation: Proceedings Second Conference on Air Pollution Modelling and Simulation, APMS’01 Champs-sur-Marne, April 9–12, 2001 by Nicolas Fournier, Vicente A. Pais, Mark A. Sutton, Keith J. Weston, Ulli Dragosits (auth.), Dr. Bruno Sportisse (eds.)