To combat the increased runtimes observed with EPA's AERMOD, BREEZE created a parallel processing version to slash runtimes through the use of a distributed computer network (cluster) or multi-CPU environment. Our high performance applications produce pollutant concentration estimates identical to EPA's Fortran executable. The only code changes to the application are additions to implement parallel features. The applications run the exact algorithms but on different processors.
There are two deployment options available for BREEZE AERMOD to users interested in parallel processing- local and remote resources. A two-core local parallel processing version is included in BREEZE AERMOD.
Model-ready meteorological and geophysical data for the AERMOD and AERMET models
Custom EHS, modeling, and programming solutions for your organization's needs
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Meteorological data analysis and two dimensional visualization tool
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