Export emissions object according to format of file 'Sources.txt' of the model R-LINE

to_rline(
  Emis,
  Z_b,
  Z_e,
  dCL,
  sigmaz0,
  lanes,
  Hw1,
  dw1,
  Hw2,
  dw2,
  Depth,
  Wtop,
  Wbottom,
  experimental = FALSE,
  crs
)

Arguments

Emis

Column with the emissions whose unit must be g/ms.

Z_b

initial meters above sea level (m).

Z_e

final meters above sea level (m).

dCL

offset distance for each source relative to the centerline.

sigmaz0

vertical dispersion (m).

lanes

number of lanes at each street.

Hw1

Height of the barrier 1 (m).

dw1

Distance to barrier 1 (m).

Hw2

height of the barrier 2 (m).

dw2

Distance to barrier 2 (m).

Depth

Depth of the depression. USed for depressed roadway (m).

Wtop

width of the opening at the top of the depression (m).

Wbottom

width of the roadway at the bottom of the depression (m).

experimental

Boolean argument to denote the use of the experimental features (TRUE) or not (FALSE).

crs

Numeric; Coordenade Reference System to project data or not.

Value

Data frame with format for R-LINE model.

Note

Michelle G. Snyder, Akula Venkatram, David K. Heist, Steven G. Perry, William B. Petersen, Vlad Isakov, RLINE: A line source dispersion model for near-surface releases, In Atmospheric Environment, Volume 77, 2013, Pages 748-756, ISSN 1352-2310, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2013.05.074.

Examples

{ data(emisco) emisco <- st_explode(emisco) emisco$V8 <- units::set_units(emisco$V8, "g/ms") Source <- to_rline(Emis = emisco["V8"], Z_b =0, Z_e =0, dCL = 0, sigmaz0 = 2, lanes = 1) head(Source) write.table(x = Source, file = paste0(tempdir(), "/Sources.txt"), row.names = FALSE, sep = " ", quote = FALSE) }
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