COPERT Documentation

COPERT 4 Computer programme to calculate emissions from road transport - User's Manual

This is the User's Manual. It assists novice users to get acquainted with the graphical user interface and with the different software operations. It is recommended that the user reads this manual at the same time when using the software. It is expected that the manual can be used as a guide to perform a complete inventory with COPERT 4. The methodology of the calculations is described in the methodological reports found below.

 

Prepared by : D. Gkatzoflias (Emisia S.A.), C. Kouridis (Emisia S.A.), L. Ntziachristos (LAT/AUTH), Z. Samaras (LAT/AUTH).
Publish date : February 2012
Published by : ETC-ACC(European Topic Centre on Air Air and Climate Change)

 

Report file [1.6 MB]   Руководство пользователя [1.7 MB]

Methodology for the calculation of exhaust emissions – SNAPs 070100-070500, NFRs 1A3bi-iv

This is the EMEP/CORINAIR Atmospheric Emissions Inventory Guidebook chapter on exhaust emissions from road transport, covering hot and cold-start exhaust emissions from passenger cars, light duty vehicles, heavy duty vehicles, mopeds and motorcycles. The COPERT 4 calculations are consistent with the “Detailed Methodology” of this report, which is considered a Tier 3 methodology. The most recent update of the chapter was in June 2009. For further improvements or corrections introduced in the software, please visit the Versions Page.

 

Lead Authors : Leon Ntziachristos, Zissis Samaras
Contributing Authors : Chariton Kouridis, Dieter Hassel, Ian McCrae, John Hickman, Karl-Heinz Zierock, Mario Keller, Michel Andre, Norbert Gorissen, Paul Boulter, Robert Joumard, Rudolf Rijkeboer, Savas Geivanidis, Stefan Hausberger
Version : Guidebook 2014 
Published by : EEA (European Environment Agency)

 

Report file [3670 KB]  Excel files with HDV Emission Factor Functions [1.296 KB]

Methodology for the calculation of fuel evaporation – SNAP 070600, NFR 1A3bv

This is the EMEP/CORINAIR Atmospheric Emissions Inventory Guidebook chapter on fuel evaporation from gasoline vehicles. The COPERT 4 calculations are consistent with the “Detailed Methodology” of this report, which is considered a Tier 3 methodology. The most recent update of the chapter was in June 2009. For further improvements or corrections introduced in the software, please visit the Versions Page.

 

Lead Authors : Giorgos Mellios, Leon Ntziachristos
Contributing Authors : Zissis Samaras, Les White, Giorgio Martini, Ken Rose
Version / Publish Date : Guidebook 2009 / 19 June 2009
Published by : EEA (European Environment Agency)

 

 Report file [443 KB]

Methodology for the calculation of non-exhaust PM emissions – SNAP 070700-070800, NFR 1A3bvi-vii

This is the EMEP/CORINAIR Atmospheric Emissions Inventory Guidebook chapter on tyre, break and surface wear. The COPERT 4 calculations are consistent with the “Detailed Methodology” of this report, which is considered a Tier 3 methodology. The most recent update of the chapter was in June 2009. For further improvements or corrections introduced in the software, please visit the Versions Page.

 

Lead Authors : Leon Ntziachristos, Paul Boulter
Version / Publish Date : Guidebook 2009 / 19 June 2009
Published by : EEA (European Environment Agency)

 

 Report file [172 KB]

COPERT 4 Statistics from downloads

 

Download the presentation with the download statistics.

 

 COPERT 4 Statistics [1.1 MB]