model atmosphere

model atmosphere

[′mäd·əl ′at·mə‚sfir]
(meteorology)
Any theoretical representation of the atmosphere, particularly of vertical temperature distribution.
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According to the manufacturer, the new model atmosphere cabin sets new standards of passenger experience in the regional jet market segment.
The ocean model is composed of a single baro-clinic mode of a two-layer ocean whereas the model atmosphere exists within two wind states.
Mohammed Al-Rekayyan, won the second place for his project idea of "Smart Hub," a startup incubator with a smarter business model atmosphere, compared to existing incubators and business accelerators.
Then, they input changes to the model atmosphere, including the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which is a major cause of global warming, to see how storms are impacted.
Among the topics are gravitational wave foreground radiation from neutron star-dwarf binaries, the chromospheric activity of late-type stars of the different rotational periods, spectrophotometry and model atmosphere flux fitting, the light-time effect and tertiary companions in close binary stars, the age of the local interstellar bubble, and the current status and outreach activities of radio astronomy in Malaysia.
HadGEM3_AO_r1.1 is formed by the following components: UM (Met Office Unified Model atmosphere; NEMO (Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean) ocean; CICE (Los Alamos Sea-ice Model) sea-ice; and MOSES (Met Office Surface Exchange Scheme) land surface.
A model atmosphere simple enough will allow us to achieve our aim set forth in the last paragraph.
The transparency of the atmosphere, [tau] = [Q.sup.[down arrow]]([[tau].sub.b])/[Q.sup.[down arrow]](0), can now be determined for an optically uniform model atmosphere (for which a and g are independent of position within the layer) from the solution to Eq.
Transparency of the tri-layered model atmosphere. The transparency (27) may be rewritten as follows:
Cloudless and non-scattering model atmosphere. In this situation we have: n = 0 (i.e.
This process is repeated until the ray leaves the model atmosphere. STD is determined by means of numerical integration using the ray points coordinates and refraction values at the points.
In this talk we will use ATLAS9 model atmospheres, OPAL opacity and OPAL (EOS) tables to create A-star models which can be readily compared with observations.

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