Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2011 17:34:39 +0000
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From: imaranon**At_Symbol_Here**TESICNOR.COM
Subject: Re: Chemical Dispersion Modeling
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You can try EFFECTS of TNO, but I also prefer PHAST of DNV.
Inigo Maranon - Seg. Industrial y Ciudadana - TESICNOR

-----Original Message-----
From:         Arnab Chakrabarty 
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Date:         Fri, 3 Jun 2011 13:43:01 
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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Chemical Dispersion Modeling

We use Unified Dispersion Model (UDM) as implemented in our in house SafeSite3G(r) software.


Arnab Chakrabarty, PhD
Project 2 Consultant

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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Chemical Dispersion Modeling

I'm interested in doing a survey of chemical plume/dispersion modeling softwares, which I could then present at a future friday lunch presentation at my company.

Specifically, I'm interested in acute atmospheric release, accounting for topological and urban barriers, of industrial chemicals.

Though, if all we can find are 2 dimensional open plane software examples, it may still be interesting to compare.

If anyone has any recommendations, please send them to me on or off list. I'd appreciate any assistance, pointers, or general user feedback regarding these software applications.


Craig M Conway
Technical Risk Analyst

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