Calibration methodology for air pollutants dispersion models. Case Study: PM10 dispersion in the surroundings of Havana.
AbstractThis paper describes a general methodology for calibration of air pollutants dispersion models. Numerical simulation of this phenomenon is a complex process due to it depends on many factors. Main contribution of this paper is to consider in a unique calibration methodology of uncertainty and sensitivity analysis. Furthermore, the methodology is applied successfully in the calibration process gaussian dispersion model ISCST3 applied in a densely populated area, the Higher Polytechnic Institute José Antonio Echeverría (CUJAE) in Havana.
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