October 19, 2013
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How to Model Odor Dispersion

Dispersion modeling defines the relationship between the emission source and the receptor. While control measures may be applied to the emission source, compliance with odor nuisance standards depend on whether the odor concentrations at the receptor have been adequately reduced with respect to their frequency, intensity, duration and location.
September 24, 2013
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Real-time Odor Modeling using CALPUFF

AERMOD vs. CALPUFF – Which One to Choose? The long standing debate between AERMOD and CALPUFF is over: Odowatch now offers CALPUFF or AERMOD odor and […]
August 11, 2013
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Odor plume calculation in 6 steps for realtime odor dispersion modeling

Odor plume visualization in real-time is the Holy Grail of odor monitoring. Accurate characterization of an odor plume depends on continuous odor monitoring and representative dispersion modeling. In 1 minute and 6 simple steps, we will explain how an odor plume calculation is made.
May 26, 2013
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Comparison of Electronic Noses and Odor Observer Committee

Installation of a network of electronic noses combined to atmospheric dispersion software at a Municipal Solid Waste management site made it possible to validate the capability […]
May 8, 2013
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White Paper: How Does an Electronic Nose Work?

Off-site odor episodes related to industrial or municipal activities can be generated by operational events or meteorological conditions from several sources. Traditionally, two techniques are used […]