A holistic microclimate model

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 ENVI-met can handle sources of particulate matter (PM) as well as gas sources. For the latter one, no chemical transformations are calculated in the model. The simulation of particle dispersion includes sedimentation and deposition at surfaces and plant leafs depending on the size and density of the particles. ENVI-met can handle sources of particulate matter (PM) as well as gas sources. For the latter one, no chemical transformations are calculated in the model. The simulation of particle dispersion includes sedimentation and deposition at surfaces and plant leafs depending on the size and density of the particles.
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 The types of source are fixed in the code of ENVI-met. If you need to simulate a component that is not included in the list, chose the component with next similar properties. ​ The types of source are fixed in the code of ENVI-met. If you need to simulate a component that is not included in the list, chose the component with next similar properties. ​
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 === 03: Particle Diameter in micrometre === === 03: Particle Diameter in micrometre ===