Development of a Computer Emission Inventory Routine for Aircraft Ground Support Equipment. Volume II. Appendices.
Final rept. 11 Aug 80-30 Sep 81,
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INST RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK NC SYSTEMS AND MEASUREMENTS DIV
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A computer subroutine was developed to display Ground Support Equipment GSE operations data, as well as retrieve and compute the GSE emissions for each aircraft type. This subroutine was embedded into a Source Inventory Program SIP designed to quantify the hundreds of air pollution sources typically found on an airbase. Although the SIP was originally intended for use in the extensive Air Quality Assessment Model AQAM system, it will also be used in the streamlined Assessment Inventory and Dispersion System AIDS. AIDS under development uses modular interactive microcomputer logic with graphical input and output capabilities to readily inventory and predict levels of selected air pollutants resulting form Air Force operations and local sources. This GSE subroutine provides more readily available data as input to air pollution inventories and will simplify manual data collection at the individual base level. This volume contains the report appendixes of raw data. Author
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