Experimental data collection and modelling of dry deposition velocities for urban surfaces

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Abstract

Dry deposition process is recognized as an important pathway among the removal processes of radioactive pollutants in atmosphere. There is not a unique and accepted theoretical description of involved dry deposition phenomena due to the complexity of the fluid-dynamic processes that influence the deposition flux, but also because there is a lack of experimental data covering all scenarios of interest. In this paper, that is the result of a National Research Program a research activity conducted by DEIM Department of the University of Palermo and ENEA and funded by the Italian Minister of Economic Development, a new schema for parameterization of particle dry deposition velocity on urban area is proposed. The work required comparisons with some experimental data reported in literature for different particle deposition scenarios. The results show that the proposed approach can catch some aspects of phenomena involved in dry deposition processes for the examined environmental conditions with good agreements.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine46
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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