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Author Hodgin, C. Reed
Title The terrain-responsive atmospheric code (TRAC) for plume growth and dispersion in complex terrain / C. Reed Hodgin ; R.L. Thomas, editor ; L.M. Morales, compositor
Publisher Info Golden, Colo. : Rockwell International, North American Space Operations, Rocky Flats Plant ; Springfield, Va. : Available from the National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, 1985
Subject Rocky Flats Plant (U.S.)
Atmospheric diffusion
Particle size determination
Air quality management -- Mathematical models
Air -- Pollution
 Norlin Library--Government Information--McGov  E 1.99: RFP-3683    LIB USE ONLY
 Norlin Library--Government Information--Micro  RFP-3683  Nearby Call Numbers  LIB USE ONLY
Description 18 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Format text; volume
Series CDPHE Rocky Flats Collection ; 488
Note "RFP-3683."
CDPHE document number: MO/04/03/85/0/488
"April 3, 1985."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 16-17)
Abstract In the TRAC system, interactive user input information is stored in disk files with the extension. All other data files use the extension. Other files created and used by the model follow the standard VAX/VMS naming conventions. No additional subroutines are required for operation of the core model. System management software must be written for coordination of and communication between the core model and the supplementary software applications described under Related and Auxiliary Software, above. The Terrain-Responsive Atmospheric Code (TRAC) is a real-time emergency response modeling capability designed to advise Emergency Managers of the path, timing, and projected impacts from an atmospheric release. TRAC evaluates the effects of both radiological and non-radiological hazardous substances, gases and particulates. Using available surface and upper air meteorological information, TRAC realistically treats complex sources and atmospheric conditions, such as those found in mountainous terrain. TRAC calculates atmospheric concentration, deposition, and dose for more than 25,000 receptor locations within 80 km of the release point. Human-engineered output products support critical decisions on the type, location, and timing of protective actions for workers and the public during an emergency
Note Available in print and microfiche
Format Info Photocopy
Keywords Mathematics, computers, information science, management, law, miscellaneous; environmental sciences; nuclear reactor technology; t codes; dispersion relations; earth atmosphere; environmental transport; radioactive materials; computer program documentation; emergency plans; hazardous materials; Rocky Flats Plant
Provenance Part of the Rocky Flats document collection at the Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment
Additional Author Thomas, R. L
Morales, L. M
Rockwell International. Rocky Flats Plant
Standard Number RFP-3683
UCUC-11 Environmental Control Technology and Earth Scences
DOE/TIC-4500 (Rev. 73)
Contract Number Sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Energy. DE-AC04-76DP03533
OCLC or Other Control Number 15101899
Call Number E 1.99: RFP-3683
Government Document Call Number E 1.99: RFP-3683
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