Entering emission data via the Einheitliche Emissionsschnittstelle (EES, uniform emission interface)
Firstly, FLADIS summarises different emission inventories on a uniform grid. The emission inventories may include point, line and area sources.
Click on the picture to the right to get a flow chart of the first step.
|Secondly, a cluster analysis helps reducing the summarised emission inventory. The reduction is necessary to ensure that FLADIS calculations are performed in acceptable time.
Thirdly, a convolution is done on every single cluster using source specific emission cycles. Thus, a temporally distributed emission data base is available in FLADIS.
Click on the picture to the right to get a flow chart of the second and the third step.
|2nd and 3rd step