Modification of an ambient air quality model for assessment of US naval aviation emittants.
Weal, Keith Irving
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Two programs which form part of a generalized air quality assessment model for USAF operations were obtained and analyzed. Areas of incompatibility with USN aircraft operations were identified and modified to closely approximate these operations. Data were obtained by observation of operations at a Naval Air Station and these data used to execute the modified programs. These results and the program modifications are discussed
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