PC-programs for the environment areas air, noise and odor
|Discharge conditions for exhaust gases for small and medium combustion systems and other installations.|
The guideline VDI 3781 part 4 describes the discharge conditions for exhaust gases of small and medium combustion systems and other installations. The guideline became active July 2017 and has been referenced in the TA Luft 2021.
|P&K 3781||Calculation of the stack height according to TA Luft 1986 and 2002 including correction for uneven terrain according to VDI 3781 part 2 on the basis of digitalized nomographs.|
| P&K 3783||Dispersion calculation for accidental releases (emission) according to VDI 3783 part 1 and part 2 in an integrated implementation of both guidelines.|
| P&K MET||Program for the analysis and conversion of meteorologic data and generation or conversion of dispersion category statistics according to VDI 3782 part 1.|
|Dispersion calculation according to VDI 3945 part 3 (Environmental meteorology - Atmospheric dispersion models - Particle model) and TA LUFT 2021.|
Comfortable extension of AUSTAL2000 with dialogs, assessments and illustrations. Includes calculation for odor.
|Multi-Core / Multi-Processor Extension for Austal View or P&K AST|
Calculation will run with almost 4-fold (Quad Core) or 8-fold (8-Core) the speed.
Requires: Computer with multiple processors or cores (not Hyper Thread).
All programs are tested under Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. P&K KFA requires OpenGL min version 3.0. Some programs can be used under Linux. See our forum for this.
- Tags:VDI 2280, VDI 3781 part 4, DIN 51603-1, DIN V 18160-1, DIN EN 15287-1/2, DIN EN 13384-1/2, DIN EN 13084, Minimum stack height, Chimney height, Recirculation zone, Exhaust gas, Solvents, Combustion systems, Installations requiring a permit, Gas appliances, Liquid gas, BImSchV, Environmental impact, Exposure zone, Combustion, Emissions, Exhaust gas discharge system, Environmental meteorology, Discharge conditions, Effective height