A model for short and medium range dispersion of radionuclides released to the atmosphere
National Radiological Protection Board, 1979 - Radioactivity - 74 pages
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THE CHOICE OF METEOROLOGICAL DISPERSION CATEGORY
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angular width applicable atmospheric dispersion model atmospheric stability boundary layer calculations Category A conditions Category G CEGB Chromosome Aberration continuous release contour coriolis parameter crosswind spread distribution of Pasquill Dose duration of release effective height effective release height effective stack height emission equation B5 estimates F conditions factors Figure 11 Figure 27 frequency distribution function of distance function of effective Gifford given ground level concentration ground roughness length height above ground height of release horizontal wind Hosker incoming solar radiation integrated concentrations ISBN large number Leatherhead level time integrated Lymphocytes mean wind measured meteorological conditions Meteorological Office microscale turbulence mixing layer neutral nomogram On-axis ground level Pasquill categories corresponds pollutant power law Price puff radioactive release duration sampling scheme sector of angular sensible heat Smith solar radiation stability conditions standard deviation travel distance typical unit release values velocity vertical dispersion weather categories wind direction wind speed