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Modelizatin and numerical simulation of atmospheric aerosols dynamics

Edouard Debry
Abstract : Chemical-transport models are now able to describe in a realistic way gaseous polluants behavior in the atmosphere. Nevertheless atmospheric pollution also exists as a fine suspended particles, called aerosols which interact with gaseous phase, solar radiation, and have their own dynamic behavior. The goal of this thesis is the modelization and numerical simulation of the General Dynamic Equation of aerosols (GDE). Part I deals with some theoritical aspects of aerosol modelization. Part II is dedicated to the building of one size resolved aerosol model (SIREAM). In part III we perfome the reduction of this model in order to use it in dispersion models as POLAIR3D. Several modelization issues are still opened: organic aerosol matter, externaly mixed aerosols, coupling with turbulent mixing, and nano-particles.
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Edouard Debry. Modelizatin and numerical simulation of atmospheric aerosols dynamics. Chemical Sciences. Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, 2004. English. ⟨pastel-00001030⟩

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