By B. O. Akkoyunlu, M. Tayanç (auth.), Dimitrios Melas, Dimiter Syrakov (eds.)
An realizing of long-range delivery of air toxins within the surroundings calls for a data of the suitable atmospheric dynamic and chemical approaches energetic on the nearby scale in addition to the temporal and spatial distribution of emissions. Numerical modeling is the best technique to be certain the atmospheric shipping, photochemistry and deposition pathways. The booklet for this reason discusses the actual and chemical approaches that verify nearby pollution and offers the proper modeling recommendations to explain the several atmospheric approaches which are lively at that scale.
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1 that the curve showing the total error of the splitting prob lem runs under the curve corresponding to the orig inal prob lem in the who le time- interval. Both errors are increasing, because the errors committed in each time -step accumulate in time. Ver y interestingly, the splitting problem does not reflect this behavior in Fig . 2: its tota l error is decreasing after a fast increase at the beginning of the time interval under consideration. , the origi nal problem provides a better solution, can be seen in Fig .
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An alternative of the above splitting techniques is the weighted sequential splitting, which can be obtained by symmetrizing the sequential splitting in the following way. In each time-step we apply sequential splitting both in the order AJ ~ A 2 and A 2 ~ AI' and at the end of the time-steps we combine the obtained solutions by taking a weighted average of the results. The scheme belonging to the symmetrical weighting has been introduced by Strang  and is analyzed in . We will call this splitting scheme symmetrically weighted sequential (or briefly: SWS) splitting.
Air Pollution Processes in Regional Scale by B. O. Akkoyunlu, M. Tayanç (auth.), Dimitrios Melas, Dimiter Syrakov (eds.)