is a Random-Walk model for simulation of dispersion processes in
particular it has been successfully used for air pollution
a stochastic approach to solve the governing transport equations for
motion of an inert or reactive species. It allows for arbitrary fluid
and particle velocity to be superimposed on a random (or turbulent)
motion of particles. The particles may undergo chemical reaction,
radioactive decay, settling and drag. Arbitrary complex terrain,
arbitrary wind fields and inversion conditions are accommodated.
multiple fixed, mobile or area sources may be present. Its primary
applications are in air pollution though any dispersion process may be
simulated. Typical petrochemical applications include those of air
pollution from refinery stacks and effluent discharges.
interface is through the conversational FREEFORM
language which provides for simple English-like command syntax and
allows command-line execution of the program. FREEFORM
is a common language used by other ACRi software as well. Please see ANSWER Examples
site to see the simple yet extremely effective way of programming thru
English language. Although there are no certain plans, it is
anticipated that RADM will be in the list of
applications supported by CFDStudio
RADM is available on any
computing platform that supports a FORTRAN compiler. These include all
Windows, LINUX and UNIX platforms.
For pricing please contact ACRi
call our California office at (310) 471 3023
For any research and consulting users, ACRi
recommends RADM Professional, as the Priority Support will give
the user the ability to get help on problem specific issues on a
priority basis, and make the tight deadlines.
For information on Advanced
Licensing Options such as Multiple Licenses,
Educational Licenses and Source Code with Run-Time Library,
visit ACRi Store main page.
Paper on ACRi Air Quality Capabilities (Adobe PDF Format)