AERMOD Beyond the Box: How EBD Improves Accuracy
CPP Vice President Dr. Ron Petersen discusses the potential problems with BPIP inputs for AERMOD and how the alternate EBD method helps create more accurate results.
Managing Smoke in a Large Indoor Space
CPP principal Dr. David Banks explains smoke management for large indoor spaces. He threatens the safety of a Post-it® note to show how smoke is like water and points out that, ultimately, it’s not.
Atmospheric Boundary Layer Wind Tunnels
CPP Vice President John Carter explains the importance of atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnels for testing wind effects on structures and presents how they differ from aeronautical wind tunnels.
The “Effective Stack Height” Fallacy
CPP’s Vice President of Air Quality, John Carter discusses the fallacy of “Effective Stack Height.”
Save Energy & Money in Lab Exhaust Design
CPP Vice President of Air Quality, John Carter explains how laboratories can save energy and money by knowing how the wind effects the exhaust plume and adjusting exhaust fan usage accordingly.