Reviewing Distribution and Calculation of the Radius Spread of a Biological Infection during a Biological Event

Journal Title: International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences - Year 2014, Vol 8, Issue 9

Abstract

Crisis is such a situation in which sudden events occur uncontrollably and threaten human life and the environment. When the contaminants are transferred from the source to the receiver, they scatter in the surrounding environment, and ultimately will reach the target with a lower concentration than the initial value. Universal inhibiting laws have caused the attentions growth toward the credibility and the capability of contaminants dispersion models.This was a descriptive – analytical, which was conducted in 2014. In this research, reliable scientific resources, reports and data concerning various experiments in the field were used, and the results were analyzed.This study was an effort to assess the capability of the Gaussian model, which models the distribution of biological contaminants from a point source located at ground level or above the ground level. The impact of important factors such as wind speed, temperature, emission rate of contaminants, release height, etc., which can influence the concentration and distribution of microbial contaminants, were calculated by the model and the results were provided.Mathematical models should be further developed to predict the distribution of pollutants from various sources, and various effects should be considered for simulation.

Authors and Affiliations

Hamzeh pour Siavash| B.S.C. Student of Biochemistry, Department Of Biology, College Of Robae Rashid, Tabriz, Iran, email: [email protected], Shah Bahrami Ramin| B.S.C. Student of Genetics, Department Of Biology, College Of Robae Rashid, Tabriz, Iran, Zorrihe hoseyni Samin| B.S.C Student of Cell &Molcular Biology, Department Of Biology,College Of Robae Rashid, Tabriz,Iran, Mohammadzadeh zanglani Hamed| B.S.C Student of Cell &Molcular Biology, Department Of Biology,College Of Robae Rashid, Tabriz,Iran, Khaki Meisam| B.S.C Student of Food Science&Technology, Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz, Iran

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Hamzeh pour Siavash, Shah Bahrami Ramin, Zorrihe hoseyni Samin, Mohammadzadeh zanglani Hamed, Khaki Meisam (2014). Reviewing Distribution and Calculation of the Radius Spread of a Biological Infection during a Biological Event. International Research Journal of Applied and Basic Sciences, 8(9), 1174-1179. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-6703