I'm looking for code to implement a Gaussian plume model in 3D. Any suggestions on where to start? Are there any python scripts out there?
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You might check with John Tauxe to see if anyone has ported his ShowFlow2 to python.
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There is a freely available Matlab implementation of 3D Gaussian plume. Google for 'gaussianPlume'. Currently, the link is http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/13279-gaussianplume.