New Tool Can Determine Pin-Point Estimations of Air Quality
Researchers at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid have developed a new tool, OPANA, for estimating air quality.
OPANA is a very sophisticated mechanism. It uses very advanced numerical methods to create extremely precise calculations of the amount of a certain atmospheric contaminent that a person inhales in a specific area and time, from a particular source. OPANA is so accurate it can calculate the impact of inhalations of contaminents under almost any circumstance or distance from the source (an industry, highway, construction site, etc.).
To create reliable results OPANA requires accurate data to be entered for a number of fields including the estimated amount of emissions produced in the area and its surroundings. Tools like OPANA have the potential to help make accurate evaluations about the impact a new industry will have on the air quality of its surrounding areas.
Read the full story at Green Technology and Environmental Science News: New Tool For Study Of Air Quality Developed
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