Estimation of atmospheric dispersion at nuclear reactor plants utilizing real time anemometer statistics, The
Dispersion and turbulence measurements were conducted in a simulated atmospheric boundary layer. Field experiments and wind tunnel results for the behavior of lateral plume dispersion are compared to three semi-empirical expressions based on the Taylor's diffusion theory. These relations imply a direct connection between dispersion coefficients and the Lagrangian integral time scale. Agreement between the field data and laboratory measurements supports using wind tunnel results to simulate atmospheric transport phenomena. Eulerian space-time correlations with streamwise separation were measured ...
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