Urban and Industrial |
Air Quality Assessment,
Management and Optimization
Urban air quality assessment and management:
Traffic generated emission/immissions
The current functionality of
AirWare is continuously developed in the
EUREKA project E!3266 WEBAIR.
The AirWare system is designed to provide easy access to advanced tools of data analysis and the design and evaluation of air quality control strategies, using a suite of simulation and optimization models together with integrated data base management, a geographical information system, and expert systems functionality.
These components are integrated with an interactive and graphical user interface designed for users with little or no computer experience.
Micro-simulation of moving vehicles
While the traditional image of air pollution is still associated with a large industrial stack belching black smoke, the majority of urban air pollution comes from: transport, that is mobile emission sources. Cars and their internal combustion engines, but also trains, ships and aircraft all burn considerable amounts of fuel and do contribute significantly to air pollution both locally but also on a global scale. Some of the complexities of addressing the transportation system include:
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