2020 DOI: 10.20944/preprints202008.0520.v1 View full text Preprint
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Donald Wright, Jacek Koziel, David Parker, Anna Iwasinska

Abstract: Downwind odor characteristics can be very different depending upon the size of the upwind point-source, interim topography, and wind conditions. At one extreme, the downwind odor plume from a relatively large, confined animal feeding operation (CAFO), located on a flat open plain and under stable, near-straight-line wind conditions can be rather broad, sustained and predictable relative to a fixed receptor site downwind. In contrast, the plume from a small point-source (e.g., a roof vent stack) located on irre…

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