Modeling Software for EHS Professionals

BREEZE Incident Analyst provides safety professionals with a full suite of industry-proven toxic dispersion, fire, and explosion models and powerful tools for assessing threats to life and property due to accidental chemical releases.

Read the BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.4 Release Notes

Read the BREEZE Incident Analyst 1.3 Release Notes

For the full list of features and bug fixes, read the release notes above.

What's New in Version 1.4
  • Improved Chemical Database, including the ability to edit the database without having administrator privileges
  • Implemented numerous bug fixes to the source term calculations and models to ensure a smooth modeling experience
  • Added a new Table Objects Tab to speed up scenario setup and editing of sources
  • Updated ComponentOne to the latest version to improve stability and pave the way for additional improvements in the future
Program Characteristics
  • Incorporates established, proven models developed by the U.S. EPA, U.S. military and Coast Guard, and industry groups
  • Utilize well-documented, widely-accepted models: understand what your model is doing rather than trusting proprietary “black box” models
  • Achieve trustworthy results for a fraction of the cost and time of CFD systems
  • Reduce or eliminate the need to hunt for chemical properties with built-in chemical database
  • Shorten model setup and execution time with intuitive ribbon bar interface and scenario templates
  • Includes BREEZE 3D Analyst for visualization of results, export to Google Earth, etc.
Toxic/Flammable Gas Dispersion Models
  • Model dense gas plumes and evaporating chemical pools with DEGADIS and SLAB
  • Model neutrally-buoyant gas plumes, including moving sources, with AFTOX and INPUFF
  • Simplify computation of release characteristics (e.g. exit velocity and temperature) when they are not explicitly known with the Source Term Wizard
  • Translate results from raw concentrations to designation of safe and hazardous areas quickly with Level of Concern database (e.g. IDLH and PEL for toxic gases, LEL or LFL for flammable gases)
Fire (Thermal Radiation) and Explosion (Overpressure) Models
  • Predict thermal radiation exposure and temperature rise with the unconfined pool fire, confined pool fire, vertical jet fire (flare), and BLEVE models
  • Model vapor cloud explosions with Baker-Strehlow-Tang, TNO Multi-Energy, U.S. Army TNT Equivalency, and U.K. HSE TNT Equivalency models