Blowing in the wind: New modelling tools under development

Researchers at the University of Sydney will work with DMTC and Defence scientists on a collaboration to enhance atmospheric transport and dispersion modelling and simulation tools used to predict the spread of airborne hazards in urban environments.

The DMTC project aims to deliver faster than real-time simulation tools to improve the modelling of how airborne chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) agents disperse in complex environments, creating a new paradigm for modelling, and enabling faster interventions against CBR releases.

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Posted by Harry Baxter on June 22nd, 2022 Tagged: , , , ,