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By P. J. H. Builtjes (auth.), Han van Dop (eds.)

Air toxins continues to be a massive environmental factor regardless of a long time of research and lots more and plenty legislative regulate. In rec~nt instances, pollutants on a world scale has turn into of specific hindrance. The progressively altering con­ centration of hint gases within the worldwide troposphere as a result of man's task is becomming a question of significant problem. No scientist could dare to pre­ dict intimately the implications of this slow switch because of its titanic complexity regarding social and fiscal elements and close to numerous chemical and phjsical cycles in our biosphere. during this chain of tactics, the shipping of pollutants is a vital issue, yet just a issue. as a result, i need to stress that the mOdelling of atmospheric shipping is changing into an increasing number of an job which inserts into greater frameworks and will not be exercised as a unmarried step, which bridges the space among emissions and coverage measures. this can be additionally mirrored within the issues and papers that have been offered at this convention. the subjects have been: - emission invetories for and resource therapy in pollution dispersion types; - modelling of unintentional releases; - local and international scale dispersion mOdelling; together with boundary layer-free troposphere alternate tactics and subgrid scale parameter­ isations; - version verification and coverage implications; - new advancements in dispersion modelling and idea. fifty six papers have been provided in those sections. whereas many posters have been dis­ stubborn in a different session.

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20 28000 24000 I KE STUTTGART model real average values 20000 ~ 16000 -0 '- <1J 0- w u 12000 I- 8000 4000 Days Fig. 1 8000 Energy consumption per day of the industry sector in BadenWürttemberg 1983, measured values and calculated values IKE STUTTGART n ~ ::IE w c 0 • " CI I 4000 Hour or lhe Yeor Fig 2 Electricity March 1983 demand in the state of Baden-Württemberg during 21 8000 IKE STUTTGART n ~ ~ U a •u 0 I 4000 u 2000 > ~ Hour of lhe Year Fiq 3 c) Electricity demand in the State of one week in November 1983 7398 7416 Baden-Württemberg during EMISSIONS OF PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS For calculating the hourly emissions of the private households, another model, based on the energy consumption (without electricity) for heating, cooking, and hot water supply, has been set up.

Interpretation, and quantification, of the observations in terms of the effects listed above are required to guide appropriate model development.

The heating- and other consumer-habits are simulated with six different models. They are characterized by the variation of the room temperature desired, the ventilation habits, the internal sources of heat, the energy consumption for the purpose of cooking and the hot water demand. The weather conditions are represented by the temperature of the air, radiation and wind velocity. g was therefore divided into four different climatic areas. The model takes into account the heat conduction of the building, heat storage, losses by ventilation and gains by solar radiation.

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