advective model

advective model

[‚ad′vek·tiv ′mäd·əl]
(meteorology)
A mathematical or dynamic model of fluid flow which is characterized by the advective hypothesis.
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It is based on a 3D advective model that is solved using a 4th-order Runge-Kutta scheme.
Oke [6] measured air temperatures in and near the surroundings of Vancouver to provide the observational evidence for comparing an empirical model and a theoretical advective model simulated vegetation canopy and UHI.
Diving a little under the hood, the LAMP forecast is generated using a mix of three separate data inputs: (1) the current observation per the ASOS (2) some advective models (3) and the Global Forecast System (GFS)-MOS, one of the MOS variants.