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Mathematical modeling of photochemical air pollution

McRae, Gregory J. (1979) Mathematical modeling of photochemical air pollution. In: Proceedings of the Society and Aerospace Technology Workshop. Monograph series - Los Angeles Section, AIAA. No.25. Western Periodicals Co. , North Hollywood, CA, pp. 67-77.

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This paper summarizes the key elements of a project directed at developing a comprehensive mathematical model capable of describing the formation and transport of chemically reacting species in the turbulent planetary boundary layer. The model is intended for routine application in the design and evaluation of urban-scale air pollution control strategies. Some examples illustrating the use of the model in the South Coast Air Basin of Southern California are presented.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:© 1979 International Atomic Energy Agency.
Group:Environmental Quality Laboratory
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Environmental Quality LaboratoryA-41
Series Name:Monograph series - Los Angeles Section, AIAA
Issue or Number:25
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