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Modelling Transport Pollution
12-14 April 2005, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

This course provides participants with a thorough understanding, and practical knowledge of: traffic, air pollution and noise modelling techniques and software. The course illustrates through theory, case studies and practical modelling exercises the role of modelling transport pollution for UK and EU review and assessment purposes. The course will introduce and provide participants with the opportunity to use commercial software packages such as the atmospheric dispersion models ADMS-Urban and AIRVIRO. Participants will develop a clear understanding of the processes and limitations of modelling traffic, vehicle emissions, and the dispersion of air pollutants at the city and street scales.

If you require further information on the course content please contact Anil Namdeo (Tel: +44 (0)113 343 5355; email: [email protected])

Further details and booking forms can be accessed though the web site http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/ and selecting ‘Short Courses’ from the main menu.

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