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Urban Canyon Modelling: A Need for the Design of Future Indian Cities

Author Affiliations

  • 1Environmental Engineering Department, DTU, formerly Delhi College of Engineering, Delhi, INDIA Allana College of Architecture, Pune University, Pune, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 4, Issue (7), Pages 86-95, July,22 (2015)

Abstract

India has experienced a high rate of Urbanization, higher density of population in cities has more of it. The higher population Density with cities like Mumbai having population densities of 20680 person/km has led to crowded space in a urban setting decreased Natural Ventilation of Air Pollutants. Using the advanced Computational and Mathematical models pollutant concentrations are estimated. Street Canyon models, which may include simplified photochemistry and particle deposition-suspension algorithms. These models when used in a knowledgeable way principles that govern the dispersion and transformation of atmospheric pollutants. A study of vehicle exhaust dispersion within different street canyons models in urban ventilated by cross-wind is conducted at this work to investigate how air pollutant dispersion is exaggerated by wind speed, building height to width ratios, street and building geometries and canyon street number.

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