Modeling Software for EHS Professionals

BREEZE AERSCREEN is a simple to use, intuitive screening air quality modeling system designed to streamline the setup, execution, and analysis of a model scenario without the complications associated with data entry via a DOS command prompt window. The following are some of the features BREEZE AERSCREEN modelers enjoy.

Read the BREEZE AERSCREEN 1.8 Release Notes

Read the BREEZE AERSCREEN 1.7 Release Notes

What's New in AERSCREEN Version 1.8
  • Incorporates the latest U.S. EPA AERSCREEN executable 16216, released on January 17, 2017, including enhancements for adjusting surface friction velocity option
  • Incorporates the latest U.S. EPA MAKEMET executable 16216
  • Incorporates the latest U.S. EPA AERMOD executable 16216r, released on January 17, 2017
  • Continued support for earlier AERMOD executables
Key Features
  • Models a single source: point/stack (vertical, horizontal, capped), area (rectangular, circular), volume, flare
  • Automates receptor arrays
  • Automates BPIP model setup, execution, and importing
  • Calculates maximum 1-hour concentration at each modeled receptor
  • Conversion factors to estimate “worst-case” 3-hour, 8-hour, 24-hour, and annual concentrations
Basic Features
  • Models single or multiple buildings
  • Measures in English or Metric units
  • Enhanced runtime display
  • Diagnoses scenarios with IntelliClick
  • Receives visual alerts during model set up displaying message severity (error vs. warning)
  • Built in “smart” file naming so users never overwrite results again
  • Compatible files for post processing and plotting high values in BREEZE 3D Analyst
  • Exports tabular results to Microsoft Excel format
  • Exports charts to .bmp, .jpg, or .png formats