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DRIFTSIM can be used to determine the effects of major drift-causing factors on the mean drift distances up to 656 feet from the release point for individual water droplets or classes of droplets.
Unlike other computer simulation software, DRIFTSIM requires no special skills to operate and computer system requirements are minimal: Pentium processor, CD drive, MS-Windows version 3.1 or later, 8 Mb of memory, 30 Mb free hard drive space and a mouse.
To download and install the Driftsim software:
- Fill in the form below and click •Take me to the download••
- Create a folder named •Driftsim• on your hard drive.
- Click •DriftsimInstall.exe• and choose to save the file to your •Driftsim• folder
- When the download is complete, double-click •DriftsimInstall.exe•. In the Win-zip Self-Extractor window, click Unzip to extract the program files to the •DepositScan• folder.
Refer to the Manual.pdf in the Driftsim folder for guidance in using DepositScan.
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