Air Pollution Modeling and Its Application III by Anton Eliassen (auth.), C. De Wispelaere (eds.)

By Anton Eliassen (auth.), C. De Wispelaere (eds.)

In 1969 the North Atlantic Treaty association tested the Committee at the demanding situations of recent Society. pollution was once from the beginning one of many pri9rity difficulties lower than learn in the framework of the pilot reports undertaken through this Committee. The association of a each year symposium facing pollution modeling and its software is among the major actions in the pilot learn relating to pollution. After being geared up for 5 years by means of the USA and for 5 years via the Federal Republic of Germany, Belgium, represented via the major Minister's place of work for technological know-how coverage Programming, turned accountable in 1980 for the association of this symposium. This quantity comprises the papers awarded on the thirteenth Inter­ nationwide Technical assembly on pollution Modeling and its Appli­ cation held at lIe des Embiez, France, from 14th to seventeenth September 1982. This assembly used to be together equipped by way of the leading Minister's place of work for technological know-how coverage Programming, Belgium, and the Ministere de l'Environnement, France. The convention was once attended through a hundred and twenty individuals and forty five papers were offered. The last ses­ sion of the thirteenth I. T. M. has been attended through Mr. Alain Bombard, French Minister of our surroundings. The contributors of the choice committee of the thirteenth I. T. M. have been A. Berger (Chairman, Belgium), W. K1ug (Federal Republic of Germany), okay. Demerjian (United States of America), L. Santomauro (Italy), M. L. Williams (United Kingdom), H. Van Dop (The Netherlands), H. E. Turner (Canada), C.

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However as Gifford has shown large mesoscale and synoptic scale turbulence is strong enough to maintain a nearly linear rate of growth. Do you have any comments on this ? A. ELIASSEN To obtain the numbers in Table 1 of my paper I have read off the curve given for 0h(t) in Draxler and Taylor (1982). This curve is supposed to represent the analytic solution for puff spread in an Ekman layer. 5. I have no good explanation for this situation. W. KLUG Could you please comment on the virtues and drawbacks of Lagrangian versus Eulerian modeling from your point of view ?

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I have no good explanation for this situation. W. KLUG Could you please comment on the virtues and drawbacks of Lagrangian versus Eulerian modeling from your point of view ? A. ELIASSEN I think the main virtue of Lagrangian models is that one avoids the numerical problems associated with the advective terms in the Eulerian mass-balance equation. Furthermore, Lagrangian models are economic since one can perform the integration of this equation only along chosen trajectories istead of in a complete Eulerian grid.

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