Aviation Emissions Inventory Code v2.0
The Aviation Emissions Inventory Code (AEIC) v2.0 is now available online. The code, written in Matlab, is able to estimate aviation emissions from all phases of flight, with the associated uncertainties quantified. The code and packaged datasets are released under the BSD license at this time.
The code and documentation is available below:
Aviation Emissions Inventory Code v1.0
We are pleased to release the Aviation Emissions Inventory Code (AEIC) v1.0. The code, written in Matlab, is able to estimate emissions arising from aircraft LTO activity, auxiliary power units (APU) and ground support equipment (GSE) at a single airport or set of airports within the US and UK. Further details regarding this code was described in Atmospheric Environment in 2011. The code and packaged datasets are released under an amended BSD license.
The code and associated datasets are packaged in a tar.gz archive, available for download using the link below:
Over the coming weeks and months, the Laboratory for Aviation and the Environment will be releasing additional research codes that we think may be of use to other researchers. We anticipate releasing the following codes created at the Laboratory for Aviation and the Environment:
- Tools for generating CMAQ-ready emissions in Europe (with detailed UK emissions), South-East Asia and the US
- A rapid dispersion code that enables local air quality calculations orders of magnitude faster than conventional techniques
- Various utility codes that will be of broader research use