Odour source identification in a complex flow environment using a particle trajectory model

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P11Ip   This paper presents a methodology that generates complex flow fields based on the Navier Stokes equations for fine-mode trajectory modelling. Initial u- and v-component of wind is input to the model from an onsite weather station on a 2-minute resolution.

   The perturbated flow is then calculated in an iterative fashion until the numerical solution converges. The results are then be stored and the next initial u- and v-component of wind will be input from the anemometer. Each solution is stored and converted for use in a particle trajectory model.

P. D’Abreton1, R. Ormerod1, L. Marchant2

1 Envirosuite, Brisbane, Australia
2 Envirosuite, Santiago, Chile

PrOlor: Forecasting Odors Two Days beforehand. Case Study of An Animal By-Product Processing Plant.

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sesion04 diaz02   PrOlor is the first commercial software application in the world that is able to forecast an odor incident two days beforehand by using advanced dispersion modeling and odor measurements at the source.

   PrOlor tool was used to forecast odor incidents during 10 months in a rendering plant. The results are shown in this article.


Carlos Nietzsche Díaz Jiménez 1*, Cyntia Izquierdo Zamora 1, David Cartelle Fernández 2, Jose M. Vellón Graña 2, Ángel Rodríguez López 2

1. SVPA, Servicios de Protección Ambiental.
2. Troposfera Soluciones Sostenibles S.L., C/ Real 217, 15401 Ferrol, A Coruña, Spain.

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