BREEZE ROADS is an air dispersion modeling suite that predicts air quality
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BREEZE ROADS is an air dispersion modeling suite that predicts air quality impacts of carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), particulate matter (PM), and other inert pollutant concentrations from moving and idling motor vehicles at or alongside roadways and roadway intersections.
BREEZE ROADS can be used in conjunction with the MOBILE5 or EMFAC emission models or other emission data to demonstrate compliance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), Federal Conformity Rules, the UK's National Air Quality Strategy, and modeling for highway site and design selection.
BREEZE features CAD-like drawing tools that make it easy to edit, move, and delete sources and receptors. You can view model input data in 2D. Intuitive form and table views of data also provide for easy data entry and customization of units. All model parameters are supplemented with complete online help, which provides definitions and acceptable ranges.
BREEZE makes it easy to create and execute projects and avoid costly data entry mistakes. You can easily import and use an AutoCAD .DXF file of a plot plan, facility map, or a digital line graph (DLGs) of local transportation and hydrography features; or, a bitmap image of an aerial photograph as project base maps. This makes it easy to digitize source, building, and property line locations within BREEZE.
BREEZE ROADS has the option of creating separate source and receptor files to save you time and give you flexibility when making multiple runs. You can also share model input data with other applications using AutoCAD .DXF and Windows bitmap image (.BMP) files or standard Windows “cut and paste” capabilities.
Main features:
-Intuitive graphical interface with full-screen data entry
-Rapid project development using base map file formats including AutoCAD .DXF and Windows .BMP
-2D visualization of model input data
-Expert technical support
-Comprehensive online documentation
-Enhanced output for creating concentration contours

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