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Hi all,
I am trying to predict the downwind distribution of smoke particulate and combustion products from large outdoor fires. I have to do this using ALOFT-FTTM (A Large Outdoor Fire plume Trajectory model - Flat Terrain), but I cannot find this program on the web, I found some link but they redirect to the nist web site and searching on the nist website I did not find the software. Does anyone have this software or know where to download it?


Of course, I have already checked this site. I wrote in my question "I found some link but they redirect to the nist web site and searching on the nist website I did not find the software", that link was one that I have already checked and that redirect to the nist website. I usually search on google more than 3 seconds before writing a question on a forum :)

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