The most popular versions among the software users are 5.0, 4.8 and 4.7. \".sav\" is the extension this PC software can process. This program was originally created by Exelis Visual Information Solutions. You can execute ENVI on Windows XP/XP Professional/Vista/7/8/10/11 32 and 64-bit. The program is included in Development Tools. Idlrt.exe, AVSVideoConverter.exe, envi.exe, envirt.exe or envi_idl.exe are the frequent file names to indicate this program's installer.
ENVI-met is a microclimate model developed for simulating urban environments. It is designed to be used for predicting, analysing, and visualizing the microclimate of cities, buildings, and green spaces in a variety of applications, such as energy analysis, building design, urban planning, and climate change adaptation.
The ENVI-met model simulated output (air temperature) was validated against measurement data. Validation results showed that the error merging is within the acceptable limit and that ENVI-met is a reliable tool for investigating the influence of vegetation on the urban thermal environment.
This makes ENVI-met different to other modeling platforms for environmental simulation. There are many that calculate airflow between buildings or solar radiation on facades, but few consider the complex urban environment as a single system and consider the multitude of processes that take place between elements.
Theoretically yes, but it will probably run much slower in a virtualized environment. It would be better to create a partition in the hard drive to install Windows if ENVI-met simulations are needed on that computer. Alternatively, an option could be to execute the simulation in a cloud service.
WINDOWS 10 64 Bit System. From Version 4.4.4, ENVI-met does not support 32 Bit Systems any more. ENVI-met might run in a virtualized environment, but calculate slower and will need non-standard settings.
Abstract:Urban morphology and increasing building density play a key role in the overall use of energy and promotion of environmental sustainability. The urban environment causes a local increase of temperature, a phenomenon known as Urban Heat Island (UHI). The purpose of this work is the study of the possible formation of an UHI and the evaluation of its magnitude, in the context of a small city, carried out with the ENVI-met software. For this purpose, a simulation was needed, and this simulation is preparatory for a monitoring campaign on site, which will be held in the immediate future. ENVI-met simulates the temporal evolution of several thermodynamics parameters on a micro-scale range, creating a 3D, non-hydrostatic model of the interactions between building-atmosphere-vegetation. The weather conditions applied simulate a typical Italian summer heat wave. Three different case-studies have been analyzed: Base Case, Cool Case and Green Case. Analysis of the actual state in the Base Case shows how even in an area with average building density, such as the old town center of a small city, fully developed UHI may rise with strong thermal gradients between built areas and open zones with plenty of vegetation. These gradients arise in a really tiny space (few hundreds of meters), showing that the influence of urban geometry can be decisive in the characterization of local microclimate. Simulations, carried out considering the application of green or cool roofs, showed small relevant effects as they become evident only in large areas heavily built up (metropolis) subject to more intense climate conditions.Keywords: urban heat island; ENVI-Met; cool roof; green roof
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Mercury is an unusual element; it is a metal butis liquid at room temperature. It is also a neurotoxinand a teratogen, as it causes nerve damage and birthdefects. Mercury can be found just about every-05where; it is in soil, in air, in household items, andeven in our food. Everyday objects, such as thermometers,light switches, and fluorescent lightbulbs,contain mercury in its elemental form. Batteriescan also contain mercury, but they contain it in the10form of the inorganic compound mercury chloride.Mercury can also exist as an organic compound,the most common of which is methylmercury.While we can take steps to avoid both elementaland inorganic mercury, it is much harder to avoid15methylmercury.Most of the mercury in the environmentcomes from the emissions of coal-burning powerplants; coal contains small amounts of mercury,which are released into the air when coal burns.20The concentration of mercury in the air frompower plants is very low, so it is not immediatelydangerous. However, the mercury is then washedout of the air by rainstorms and eventually ends upin lakes and oceans.25The mercury deposited in the water does notinstantaneously get absorbed by fish, as elementalmercury does not easily diffuse through cellmembranes. However, methylmercury diffusesinto cells easily, and certain anaerobic bacteria30in the water convert the elemental mercury tomethylmercury as a by-product of their metabolicprocesses. Methylmercury released into the waterby the bacteria diffuses into small single-celledorganisms called plankton. Small shrimp and other35small animals eat the plankton and absorb themethylmercury in the plankton during digestion.Small fish eat the shrimp and then larger fish eat thesmaller fish; each time an animal preys on anotheranimal, the predator absorbs the methylmercury.40Because each animal excretes the methylmercurymuch more slowly than it absorbs it, methylmercurybuilds up in the animal over time and is passed onto whatever animal eats it, resulting in a processcalled bioaccumulation.45As people became aware of the bioaccumulationof mercury in fish, many reacted by eliminatingseafood from their diet. However, seafood containscertain omega-3 fatty acids that are importantfor good health. People who do not eat enough50of these fatty acids, especially eicosapentaenoicacid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), aremore likely to have heart attacks than people whohave enough EPA and DHA in their diet. Becausefish and shellfish, along with some algae, are the55only sources of these fatty acids, eliminating themfrom our diet might have worse health effects thanconsuming small amounts of mercury.Scientists have studied the effects of mercury byconducting tests on animals and by studying various60human populations and recording the amount ofmercury in their blood. By determining the levels ofmercury consumption that cause any of the knownsymptoms of mercury poisoning, they were ableto identify a safe level of mercury consumption.65The current recommendation is for humans totake in less than 0.1 microgram of mercury forevery kilogram of weight per day. This means thata 70-kilogram person (about 155 pounds) couldsafely consume 7 micrograms of mercury per day.70Since haddock averages about 0.055 microgramsof mercury per gram, that person could safely eat127 grams (about 4.5 ounces) of haddock per day.On the other hand, swordfish averages about 0.995micrograms of mercury per gram of fish, so the7570-kilogram person could safely eat only about 7grams (about one-quarter of an ounce) of swordfishper day.Nutritionists recommend that, rather than elimi-nate fish from our diet, we try to eat more of the80low-mercury fish and less of the high-mercury fish.Low-mercury species tend to be smaller omnivo-rous fish while high-mercury species tend to be thelargest carnivorous fish. Awareness of the par-ticulars of this problem, accompanied by mindful85eating habits, will keep us on the best course forhealthy eating.
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