Consequently, sustained warm SSTs and enthalpy flux help support warm, moist atmospheric boundary layer
conditions (via 0E), which have been shown in previous literature to aid in TC intensification.
Figure 4 shows the vertical profiles of the mean wind velocity of the atmospheric boundary layer
tested in the wind tunnel.
Launder, "Ground effects on pressure fluctuations in the atmospheric boundary layer
," Journal of Fluid Mechanics, vol.
On the floor of the domain, a slip wall boundary condition is defined which may appear counter-intuitive in the simulation of a realistic atmospheric boundary layer
. For these simulations, the intention is to maintain the same sheared wind velocity profile that is defined at the inlets at the vehicle.
observed the meteorological elements of the atmospheric boundary layer
such as temperature, humidity, and pressure by using SUMO, a small fixed-wing UAV, and achieved good results .
Nonaka et al., "Atmospheric sounding over the winter Kuroshio Extension: effect of surface stability on atmospheric boundary layer
structure," Geophysical Research Letters, vol.
In addition, a possible influence of the height of the atmospheric boundary layer
was detected, suggesting that further studies are needed.
The aim of the investigation is to evaluate the effect of meteorological conditions and product loading indicator on the change of VOCs concentration in lower atmospheric boundary layer
during different seasons in the territories adjacent to the oil terminals.
CFD simulations of atmospheric boundary layer
flow over a numerical roughness fetch (e.g.
a) The exponent a is constant all over the thickness of the atmospheric boundary layer
, up to [z.sub.g = [delta]], where the velocity is equal to the geostrophic wind velocity G.
He added that thermal inversions and the high incidence of cloud fog commonly at or above this regional atmospheric boundary layer
may explain the summit's resistance to climate warming, "but this does not imply that there is an infinite capacity to resist future climate warming."
The ground-based nature of potential Army HEL engagements will be strongly affected by the required long, oblique slant paths through the dense atmospheric boundary layer
. Additionally, the most stressing effects of aerosols and optical turbulence, which create distortions within the atmosphere, will often occur near the aperture of the HEL, where any induced bending or spreading of the energy is more likely to reduce the weapon's effectiveness.