AIRMAP

The Atmospheric Dispersion Model System, AIRMAP is an atmospheric dispersion model designed to predict the trajectory and fate of a wide variety of chemical substances and biological agents in the atmosphere.

Highlights

  • Integrated GIS
  • Moving or fixed source
  • Hazard Quotient and Time Weighted
    Average (TWA Calculations)
  • Environmental, Chemical and MSDS
    Databases
  • Airmap Simulates:
    • Moving or stationery sources
    • Time-varying source fluxes
    • Release over land or water
    • Transport and dispersion materials in
      the atmosphere
    • Evaporation and volatilization
    • Natural degradation
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Applications for AIRMAP

  • Hindcast/forecast of release into atmosphere
  • Evaluate human health risk
  • Contingency and response planning
    (e.g. for security related to accidental
    or intentional releases)
  • Evaluation of discharges from fixed or
    moving point sources
  • Drills and education
  • Contains RPS’ own GIS or can
    be used in other GIS software such as
    ArcView®
  • Easily interpreted visual display of
    temporally and spatially varying concentrations,
    not just contour plots
  • 3D Viewer capabilities
  • Plot concentration with time for any
    point in the domain or maximum concentration
    as a function of time
  • MSDS database linked to the physical-
    chemical database
  • Extensive chemical database providing
    physical chemical data

Contact Us

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RPS Software Contact

+1 401 789 6224 EMAIL
South Kingstown | US
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Tatyana Yanishevsky

Senior Project Manager, Software Development +1 401 789 6224 EMAIL
South Kingstown | US

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