CALPUFF is a non-steady state puff dispersion model
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PAGE IS NO LONGER BEING MAINTAINED AND MAY BE OUT OF DATECALPUFF can account for three-dimensional time-varying wind fields in the atmosphere, wet and dry deposition, some chemical transformations and visibility reduction due to particulates in the atmosphere. This includes the effects on visibility due to fine particulates that are the result of chemical transformations. The CALPUFF System consists of the CALPUFF model, its meteorological preprocessor, CALMET, and several other preprocessors to prepare terrain and land cover data for use in CALPUFF. The CALPUFF system also includes a graphical user interface to facilitate its use.
The CALPUFF modeling system code and user's guides
The CALPUFF modeling system and user's guides can be obtained from the Earth Tech CALPUFF Website. There is also a link to this site from the EPA SCRAM Website under Recommended Models.
Documents and bibliographies related to CALPUFF
A list of documents related to CALPUFF is available on the EPA SCRAM Website. These documents can be downloaded from the SCRAM Website in PDF format.
The Effect of the CALMET Surface Layer Weighting Parameter R1 on the Accuracy of CALMET at Other Nearby Sites: a Case Study, by Russell F. Lee and Jesse L. Thé (PDF format). This paper was presented at the Guideline on Air Quality Models: The Path Forward, October 22-24, 2003, Mystic, CT.