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View Resource Source Inversion for Contaminant Plume Dispersion in Urban Environments Using Building-Resolving Simulations

Flow in urban environments is complicated by the presence of buildings, which divert the flow into often unexpected directions. Contaminants released at ground level are easily lofted above tall (~...

https://narac.llnl.gov/uploads/Chow_Kosovic_Chan2006_CFD_Eve...
View Resource Consequences of Urban Stability Conditions for Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations of Urban Dispersion

The validity of omitting stability considerations when simulating transport and dispersion in the urban environment is explored using observations from the Joint URBAN 2003 field experiment and...

https://narac.llnl.gov/uploads/UCRL_JRNL-217489.pdf
View Resource Meteorological Data Assimilation for ReaI-Time Emergency Response

The U.S. Department of Energy?s Atmospheric Release Advisory Capability (ARAC) provides real-time dose assessments of airborne pollutant releases. Diverse data assimilation techniques are required t...

https://narac.llnl.gov/uploads/Sugiyama1996_ANS_ADAPT_UCRL_1...
View Resource Event Reconstruction with the Urban Dispersion Model

The rapid identification of contaminant plume sources in urban environments can greatly enhance emergency response efforts. Source identification based on downwind concentration measurements is...

https://narac.llnl.gov/uploads/Neuman_et_al2006_EvenRecon_UD...
View Resource ARAC’s Radiological Support of the Cassini Launch

The Atmospheric Release Advisory Capability (ARAC) program at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) was the U.S. Department of Energy atmospheric modeling resource used for the...

https://narac.llnl.gov/uploads/Baskett_131723_hdbde.pdf
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