Title: The Brasimone Study (BRASTUD). An Investigation of Atmospheric Dispersion over Complex Terrain
Authors: THOMAS P.VOGT S.GAGLIONE PietroCAGNETTI P.DESIATO F.OCONE R.RACALBUTO S.
Publisher: CEC
Publication Year: 1988
JRC Publication N°: JRC5972
Other Identifiers: EUR 11828 EN
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC5972
Type: EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
Abstract: AN INVESTIGATION OF ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION OVER COMPLEX TERRAIN WAS CARRIED OUT IN SEPT. 1984 AND IN JUNE 1985 AT THE BRASIMONE ENERGY RESEARCH CENTRE. THIS PLACE, WHERE AN EXPERIMENTAL NUCLEAR REACTOR IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, IS LOCATED IN THE TUSCAN-EMILIAN APPENINE RANGE APPROX. 50 KM SOUTH OF BOLOGNA. THE MEASURING CAMPAIGNS, BASED ON SURVEY OF WIND AND TEMPERATURE PARAMETERS, TRACER EXPERIMENTS AND TRACKING OF TETROONS BY RADAR, WERE PERFORMED WITH THE PURPOSE OF ASSESSING THE ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION OF POLLUTANTS UNDER NOCTURNAL DRAINAGE FLOW CONDITIONS. THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL MATHEW/ADPIC MODEL WAS EVALUATED WITH THE BRASIMONE DATA SET AND THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE SATISFACTORY.
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