typhoon wind

typhoon wind

[tī′fün ‚wind]
(meteorology)
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Yu, "Assimilation of typhoon wind field retrieved from scatterometer and SAR based on the huber norm quality control," Remote Sensing, vol.
With climate change expected to warm these subsurface waters about 1.3 degrees more by 2100, the team predicts that the average peak typhoon wind speed will increase from 198 to 225 kilometers per hour.
Even so, typhoon wind loads require a steel braced core, outrigger trusses every eight to 10 floors and concrete-filled box columns.
South Korea's previous record for typhoon wind speed was 129.6 miles per hour, set in 2000 by Typhoon Prapiroon.
The company said that despite its light-weight feature, ERS structures "are strong and durable, and can withstand typhoon wind speed."
If gin is a popular drink among males, it's because of the stormy weather (typhoon winds can relocate cows).
The models capture the effects of tropical storm and typhoon winds, storm surge and precipitationinduced flooding on insured properties.
Recto is proposing a "one town, one evacuation center" program, with the centers sturdy enough to withstand earthquakes of up to intensity 8 and typhoon winds of up to 300 kilometers per hour.
Traditional concrete, steel and wooden poles often topple after being buffeted by typhoon winds,' said Greg Hosford, senior manager for Performance Materials, Construction, BASF.
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A guide said typhoon winds can reach 80 meters per second.