Transport Chemical Aerosol Model

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The Transport Chemical Aerosol Model (TCAM) [1] is a multiphase three-dimensional eulerian grid model designed for modelling dispersion of pollutants (in particular photochemical and aerosol) at mesoscale.

TCAM is developed by the ESMA (Environmental Systems Modeling and Assessment) group of University of Brescia.

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Information about TCAM features, numerical schemes and applications can be found at the EEA Model Documentation System (MDS) website.

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  1. ^ CARNEVALE C, DECANINI E, VOLTA M. (2008). Design and validation of a multiphase 3D model to simulate tropospheric pollution. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, vol. 390; p. 166-176, ISSN: 0048-9697, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2007.09.017

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