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Monday, January 30, 2006

January 2006


Technically Speaking

Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD v.5

Customer Service Corner

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Wonderful Wyoming

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Vol. 111 Issue 5


Technically Speaking 
     Chlorine Spills 
       by Dr. John Nordin

People have asked us, are the models predicting release of a toxic gas release and resulting dispersion any good?   Do the models accurately predict the real world situation?   We will take a look at chlorine as an example.   Chlorine is a highly toxic gas which has many uses.  About 40 million tons of chlorine is produced worldwide annually, which includes about 13 million tons produced in the United States and 12 million tons in Europe .... [FULL STORY]

Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD v.5
     History of AristaTek
       by Bruce King

Frequently the AristaTek staff gets asked about our background and past experience.  There is a description or history of the company’s past experience posted on our web site , but I felt it might be beneficial and informative to the readers of the newsletter to fill in that history with some additional details.  In addition, I wanted to provide some insight into the owners’ background and past experience so the readers can understand why our perspective of hazardous materials might be different than others developers of software application or even the reader’s perspective... [FULL STORY]

Customer Service Corner
    Printing With PEAC-WMD for Pocket PC 
by Matthew Gardner

Printing through a Pocket PC using the PEAC-WMD program is not so obvious, but there are a couple different ways to do it.  There are some important things to be aware of, and a few tricks ...  [FULL STORY]

Just What the Doctor Ordered
     More great humor to get you through the month.

Wonderful Wyoming   
     Learn about the General History of Wyoming 

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