Two of the most difficult parts of conducting air dispersion modeling for an accidental release case are calculating the proper source parameters to use and selecting the correct model to use.  BREEZE Incident Analyst's Source Term Wizard can complete both of these tasks, greatly simplifying your job.  With the Source Term Wizard, the user need only supply information that is commonly known: storage conditions such as storage tank size, shape, and temperature, and what type of accident is being modeled (e.g. a rupture in the side of the tank).  The Source Term Wizard then automatically calculates the release properties needed by Incident Analyst's dispersion models and will recommend an appropriate dispersion model to use in that particular case.  Whether you are modeling an accident in real-time or just trying to get your everyday work done faster, the automation and assistance provided by the Source Term Wizard is a major asset.

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