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AbstractThe wind field over an urban lake may exhibit considerable variability resulting from wind-shielding effects from surrounding structures. Field measurements at an urban reservoir in Singapore were augmented by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model results to develop a wind model over...
AbstractIn this study, a clear-air turbulence event was reproduced using a high-resolution (250 m) large-eddy simulation in the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model, and the resulting wind field was used in a flight simulation to estimate the vertical acceleration changes experienced by...
AbstractNew regulations are being issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that require three-dimensional hydrometeor-phase diagnosis, including discrimination between freezing rain (FZRA) and freezing drizzle (FZDZ), for all commercial airports in the United States. Herein, a novel...
AbstractThis study aims to examine the variation of the characteristics of summer rainstorms and water vapor budget in the Sichuan Basin by using daily precipitation observation data and monthly mean ERA-Interim reanalysis data during 1979–2016. The results show that the spatial and temporal...
AbstractAircraft flying through areas of high ice water content (HIWC) can experience engine damage and/or failure. HIWC is typically associated with convection and the microphysical properties of tropical oceanic and coastal convection are well documented as a result of several field campaigns...
AbstractTropical cyclone precipitation (TCP), accounting for some of the most extreme rainfall events, can lead to severe flooding and landslides, which often occur together as compound natural hazards during a tropical cyclone landfall. The impact due to TCP is largely associated with its...
AbstractA new method is developed to detect cold pools from atmospheric soundings over tropical oceans and applied to sounding data from the Elucidating the Role of Cloud–Circulation Coupling in Climate (EUREC4A) field campaign, which took place south and east of Barbados in January–February...
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