CEE 445 -
Practical and advanced approaches to pollutant transport and fate in the environment with emphasis on air pollution modeling, including aspects of pollutant dispersion, chemical transformation, and loss. Gaussian plume, chemical mass balance, chemical reaction, grid and trajectory models. Evaluation of models and the development of efficient air quality management strategies. Applications with use of regulatory USEPA air quality models. Course Information: Same as ATMS 425. 4 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: CEE 330 and credit or concurrent registration in TAM 335; or ATMS 302.