Preliminary Analysis of Lagrangian Monte-Carlo Methods for Nonhomogeneous Turbulence
This paper reports on preliminary numerical and analytical results obtained as a part of a study underway for the development of a Lagrangian point source model. The analysis, for the sake of simplicity and computer time saving has been so far restricted to the two-dimensional case of dispersion from an infinite crosswind line source between two solid boundaries (ground and inversion layer) as illustrated in Fig. 1.
KeywordsPlanetary Boundary Layer Convective Boundary Layer Inversion Layer Pollutant Particle Ground Level Concentration
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