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An explicit microphysics thunderstorm model.Author(s): R. Solomon; C.M. Medaglia; C. Adamo; S. Dietrick; A. Mugnai; U. Biader Ceipidor
Source: International Journal of Modeling and Simulation. 25(2): 112-118
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe authors present a brief description of a 1.5-dimensional thunderstorm model with a lightning parameterization that utilizes an explicit microphysical scheme to model lightning-producing clouds. The main intent of this work is to describe the basic microphysical and electrical properties of the model, with a small illustrative section to show how the model may be used to determine the electrical properties of clouds.
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CitationSolomon, R.; Medaglia, C.M.; Adamo, C.; Dietrick, S.; Mugnai, A.; Ceipidor, U. Biader. 2005. An explicit microphysics thunderstorm model. International Journal of Modeling and Simulation. 25(2): 112-118
Keywordsthunderstorm, lightning, atmospheric modeling
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