Air Quality Modeling and Noise Modeling

GE3S is continuously collaborating with government bodies and industrial entities for the development of the integrated air strategies for sustainable development, which includes city-wide planning and determination of future air pollution prediction based on the various mathematical models and analysis. GE3S supports its clients in determining the air pollution control strategy, air pollution control technologies, and forecast of the possible worst-case scenario for the upcoming developments and countermeasures to avoid such environmental episodes. 

Air Dispersion Modeling is carried out to predict the concentration of air pollutants emitted from sources such as industrial plants, Stacks, vehicular traffic, or accidental chemical release. 

GE3S portfolio consists of the following air dispersion modeling analysis: 

  • Short-range environmental pollution transfer using Steady-State ADM like AERMOD (air dispersion model), AERMET (meteorological data preprocessor), and AERMAP (terrain preprocessor), for point and area source.
  • Pollutant transport from line sources specifically roadways and transportation facility using ADM CALINE3 /CALINE4/ CAL3QHC/ CAL3HCR
  • Long-range environmental pollution transfer using Non-Steady State ADM like CALPUFF.
  • The emergency release model.

Noise Modeling

GE3S collaborates with public and urban planning councils to conduct regional and city-wide noise level modeling and mapping for the noise baseline development, prediction of future urban noise levels, and validation of noise control strategies.  

Noise sources, phase noise, thermal noise, noise figure specification Use noise sources to simulate white or colored noise in RF models and calculate the noise power. To calculate thermal noise, use S-Parameters block. 

GE3S portfolio consists of the following Noise modeling analysis: 

SoundPLANnoise
SoundPLANessential
MATLAB sound pressure analysis