Lecture 9

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Dispersion Equation – Different Forms:

Dispersion Equation – Different Forms General Equation – Plume with Reflection for Stack Height H Ground Level Concentration – Stack at Height H Ground Level Center Line Concentration – Stack at Height H Ground Level Center Line – Ground Point Source

Calculation of Effective Stack Height:

Calculation of Effective Stack Height Note that H = hs + h, where h is the stack rise. Stack rise is dependant on stack characteristics, Meteorology, and physico-chemical nature of effluent. * Carson-Moses Equation: * Holland Formula: * Concawe Formula: Where

Preferred Equation for Stack Rise:

Preferred Equation for Stack Rise

Wind Velocity U for the Model:

Wind Velocity U for the Model U = f(z) given by (U/U1) = (z/z1)p, where p depends on on atmospheric stability. Appropriate value of U for dispersion model is the mean value through the plume. If mean U is unavailable, use appropriate U at stack height. In most cases only U10m is available- then correct for U at stack height using above equation. If no mention of height of measurement of U is made use U as mean. If measured height is specified for U, then correct for it to get U at stack height.

Estimating Emission Rate Q for Various Scenarios: (Ref: A Kumar, Pollution Engineering, p 52, February (1996):

Estimating Emission Rate Q for Various Scenarios: (Ref: A Kumar, Pollution Engineering, p 52, February (1996) Accidental Release of Low volatile liquid from a tank on ground: Accidental Release of Highly Volatile Liquid from Tank on Ground: Accidental Release of Heavier-than-air gas from a tank on ground:

Concentration Isopleths:

Concentration Isopleths Downwind distance / meters 0 0 Concentration / g.m-3 Concentration isopleths

Model of flow around a sharp edged 3-D building in a deep boundary layer:

Model of flow around a sharp edged 3-D building in a deep boundary layer Separation lines and Horseshoe vortex system Cavity zone Lateral edge and elevated vortex pair Reattachment lines on sides and roof Incident wind profile Turbulent wake Mean cavity reattachment line Length L, Width W, Height H

Cavity Length for Short and Long Buildings:

Cavity Length for Short and Long Buildings Short Buildings: Long Buildings: Note: For long buildings, independent of L/H. Maximum height of cavity:

Effective stack height with buildings:

Effective stack height with buildings 1. Correction for stack-induced downwash: 2. Building induced downwash: - stack induced downwash is first determined, then building effect is appended Let b be the smaller of H or W If hs’ > H + 1.5 b,  hs” = hs’ If hs’ < H  hs” = hs’ – 1.5 b If H <hs’  hs” = 2hs’ – (H + 1.5 b) 3. Entrained plumes: If hs” > b, plume remains aloft. If hs” < b, plume trapped in cavity and treat as ground level source with area b2.

Effective stack height with buildings – continued.:

Effective stack height with buildings – continued. 4. Plume buoyancy effect: If plume is air (mostly) and Tplume same as Tamb  hs’ = hs” If not calculate density difference:  = (Me/Ma)(Ta/Te) –1 Where a is air and e is effluent. < 0  standard procedure for hs > 0  other procedures used. 5. Downwind concentration far from the stack: Use usual formula from dispersion model.

Concentration in Cavity Wake.:

Concentration in Cavity Wake. More appropriate (takes bldg. dim. into account):

Concentration immediately downwind of wake cavity:

Concentration immediately downwind of wake cavity For trapped plumes consider source as ground level: For other cases: where

Obtaining y and z :

Obtaining y and z

Stability Classes:

Stability Classes Note that both y and z can be obtained from Tables 4-1 and 4-2 of the textbook (Wark, Warner and Davis: Air Pollution, 3rd edition)

EPA Air Quality and Dispersion Models:

EPA Air Quality and Dispersion Models http://www.epa.gov/scram001/tt22.htm