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Old   January 23, 2015, 08:36
Default CFD Simulation of Exhaust Gas Dispersion into Atmosphere from Industrial Stack
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The objective of CFD simulation of exhaust gases emitting from industrial stack, for investigation of SO2 dispersion into atmosphere.

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Exhaust gas analysis was performed to investigate the SO2 dispersion in the atmosphere from the industrial stack. A wind profile was developed using UDF (User Defined Functions) to replicate actual atmospheric conditions. The simulation results showed the dispersion of the SO2 along with other species in to the atmosphere within the 500m radius from the stack.

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