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A Teaching Tool for Air Pollution Dispersion Modelling

A distinguishing feature of IMDIS is the capability to find globally maximum concentrations under multisource/rose-wind conditions, either from real meteorological data or from potentially worst-case scenarios (critical conditions). The later seem to be especially relevant to the atomic energy industry .

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Romualdo Salcedo, Faculty of Engineering, Lepabe, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
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