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ADMS—Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling System—models have been developed to make use of the most up-to-date understanding of the behaviour of the lower levels of the atmosphere in easy-to-use computer modelling systems for atmospheric emissions.
Modelling dispersion of industrial emissions for IPPC/EPR & EIA.
Managing air quality for urban planning and reviews.
Modelling road traffic and some industrial sources.
Managing air quality at airports.
Screening model for industrial emissions.
Nesting the ADMS local dispersion models in regional models allows predictions of pollutant concentrations that take into account both regional and local pollutant transport and chemistry effects.
Regional-to-roadside air quality modelling for urban areas
Modelling dense gas dispersion for accidental releases.
Modelling dense and passive releases in spatially varying meteorology.
Modelling short-term accidental radioactive releases.
Managing local toxic emissions and greenhouse gases.
Modelling airflow over terrain for forestry, wind power, building.
Controlling the priorities of ADMS runs over a network.
Air quality forecasting at the urban and local scale