Int. J. of Environment and Pollution   »   1997 Vol.8, No.3/4/5/6

 

 

Title: ADMS-Urban: an air quality management system for traffic, domestic and industrial pollution

 

Author: C.A. McHugh, D.J. Carruthers, H.A. Edmunds

 

Addresses:
Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 King
s Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK.
Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 King
s Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK.
Cambridge Environmental Research Consultants Ltd., 3 King
s Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, UK

 

Abstract: The new version of the Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling System for urban environments, ADMS-Urban, is based on the same up-to-date physics as the ADMS model, outlined briefly here in Section 2. The basic model has been the subject of extensive validation studies: as part of this series of European Harmonisation Workshops; sponsored by HMIP (Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Pollution, now part of the UK Environment Agency); and independently. ADMS-Urban combines the basic model, which includes a line and area source model, with a fully integrated street canyon model, a chemistry model for predicting nitrogen, sulphur and ozone, and a traffic emissions database. The basic model, ADMS, was developed by CERC and the UK Meteorological Office. Sponsors of the continuing model development include UK government agencies.

 

Keywords: ADMS-Urban; air quality; industrial pollution; traffic pollution; air pollution; environmental pollution; modelling; vehicle emissions; atmospheric dispersion models; UK; United Kingdom.

 

DOI: 10.1504/IJEP.1997.028218

 

Int. J. of Environment and Pollution, 1997 Vol.8, No.3/4/5/6, pp.666 - 674

 

Available online: 15 Sep 2009

 

 

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