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Master of Science (MS)
Gene L. Wooldridge
Profiles of height-dependent diffusion which accommodate site-specific diffusivities were produced. A numerical model was adapted to incorporate the profiles. The model represented three-dimensional steady-state advection and diffusion of aerosols from an elevated point source. Sorption effects were simulated with surface attachment coefficients greater than unity. This proved effective in depleting the plume differentially upward from the surface.
Lewis, Jackie, "Sensitivity Analysis of Surface Deposition in a Numerical Model of Atmospheric Dispersion" (1976). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3448.
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