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Observational and numerical studies of extreme frontal scale contraction
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Wang, C.-C., S.-K. Ma, and R. H. Johnson, A numerical study on the influences of Sumatra topography and synoptic features on tropical cyclone formation over the Indian Ocean. and Y.-H. Chen, A numerical study of convection in rainbands of Typhoon Morakot () with extreme rainfall: roles of pressure perturbations with low. A numerical rating scale of 1–10, with 10 being maximal effort and 1 being minimal effort, was used to measure participants’ perception of effort while performing submaximal isometric contractions of the elbow flexor muscles in a custom built force by:
Fine-mesh numerical modeling studies suggest that different spatial scales of topography and shoreline geometry produce a spectrum of convective-scale responses. Sea breeze thunderstorms affecting the Kennedy Space Center (Lyons et al., ) are initiated by both the east and west coast sea breezes. A heavy rainfall event that occurred in Beijing on 7 August was investigated by means of several nonconventional observational data and the Beijing Rapid Update Cycle Model (v). A cold front guided by an upper trough and the wind shear Cited by: 8.
Much of the weather in California and the United States is related to frontal cyclones and subtropical highs. An emerging area of related research examines extreme or 'high impact' weather. Heat waves, cold air outbreaks, and heavy precipitation have each caused billions of dollars damage within California. The project seeks improved knowledge of these phenomena such as: their properties. Start studying Biomechanics Quiz #1 study guide. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. describes the motion of the bones relative to planes of the body: sagittal, frontal, and horizontal, and oblique the resistance force is near the other end, and the force of muscle contraction is applied.
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First an idealized hydrostatic modeling study of the scale contraction effects of differential cloud cover on low-level frontal structure and dynamics was Author: Steven E. Koch. Get this from a library. Observational and numerical studies of extreme frontal scale contraction: final report, NASA project NAGJuly 1, Aug [Steven E Koch; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. AIREX: Observational and numerical studies of extreme frontal scale contraction The general objective of this effort is to increase understanding of how frontal scale contraction processes may create and sustain intense mesoscale precipitation along intensifying cold fronts.
Observational studies of both precipitating and nonprecipitating fronts in which gravity current structures have been alluded to have rarely exhibited a strong “feeder flow” in the cold air that is required of a gravity current system (Smith and Reeder ), yet simulated fronts subjected to intense cross-frontal differences in sensible heating may exhibit gravity current structures (e.g., Koch et al.
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A recent study showed observational and numerical evidence for small-scale gravity waves that radiate outward from tropical cyclones. These waves are wrapped into tight spirals by the radial and vertical shears of the tangential wind : David S.
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Martin, J. E., The role of shearwise and transverse quasi-geostrophic vertical motions in the mid-latitude cyclone life cycle. Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are the largest-scale eruptive phenomenon in the solar system, expanding from active region-sized nonpotential magnetic structure to a much larger size.
The bulk of plasma with a mass of ∼kg is hauled up all the way out to the interplanetary space with a typical velocity of several hundred or even more than km s−1, with a chance to impact our Cited by: The study in this section will compare the mixing efficiencies of three reactors, clarify the advantages of the SER with bionic contractions, and analyze the specific causes of the mixing.
The number of segmentation positions of the three reactors in the model is 2, the amplitude ratio is and the contraction cycles is 2 : Jingsong Zou, Jie Xiao, Yu Zhang, Changyong Li, Changyong Li, Xiao Dong Chen.
Available numerical and physical models of salt tectonics at passive margins fall into two categories (Fig. 3b and c): i) pure gravity spreading driven only by sedimentary loading and ii) dominant gravity gliding primarily driven by margin tilt.
Because dominant gravity gliding is also accompanied by sedimentation, margin tilt is the main difference between the two categories of models, in terms of Cited by: Alpert, P., and H.
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The numerical study by Jacobs et al. 50, from models at different resolutions reveals that surface material clustering is initially dominated by these small scale features. We have seen here how Cited by: 7. Chien, F. and C. Mass, A numerical study of the interaction between a warm-season frontal system and the coastal mountains of the western U.S., Part II: Evolution of a Puget Sound Convergence Zone.
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Gholam Moradi, Masoud Hajialilue Bonab, Alireza Abbasnejad * Department of Geotechnical Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran. Abstract In the current paper an experimental Modeling for studying the arching effect over a trapdoor in the sand is. (Yamamoto et al., ) conducted a series of three high-resolution (scale variations in diatom and dinoflagellate distributions.
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