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numerical model of heat transfer to the atmosphere from an Arctic lead

Jack H. Shreffler

numerical model of heat transfer to the atmosphere from an Arctic lead

by Jack H. Shreffler

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Written in English

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  • Heat -- Transmission -- Mathematical models.

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    Statementby Jack Henry Shreffler.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[10], 135 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15519860M

      Zulauf, M and Krueger, S (a) Two-dimensional cloud-resolving modeling of the atmospheric effects of Arctic leads based upon midwinter conditions at the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean ice camp. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., (D10) n/a–n/a (doi: /JD), Cited by: 1. models is always problematic because the energy (heat) and mass (freshwater) budgets are not closed. It is also a great challenge even for global climate models to simulate the Arctic Water of the Atlantic origin due to model resolution, numerical accuracy, and a lack of un­ derstanding of physical processes.

    A heat transfer textbook / John H. Lienhard IV and Eichhorn’s fine chapter on numerical analysis, since that topic is now develop their application to heat exchangers in later chapters. This book contains more material than most teachers can cover in. Heat Transfer in Buildings: Application to Solar Air Collector and Trombe Wall Design From a user utilization point of view, this thermal module exit is mainly linked to the discretizated elements temperatures, the surfacic heat flows, zone specific comfort Cited by: 1.

    Start studying 6th grade science: Heat Transfer and Atmosphere. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The effects of turbulent transfer between the atmo-sphere and the surface are included in numericalweather prediction models with surface layer (SL) parameteri-zations. These parameterizations relate mean atmo-spheric and surface properties that are forecast by the numerical model, to turbulent fluxes of heat, momen-Cited by:


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Numerical model of heat transfer to the atmosphere from an Arctic lead by Jack H. Shreffler Download PDF EPUB FB2

Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation A numerical model of heat transfer to the atmosphere from an Arctic lead Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Cited by: 6. A NUMERICAL MODEL OF HEAT TRANSFER TO THE ATMOSPHERE FROM AN ARCTIC LEAD 1. INTRODUCTION As its ultimate objectives this study is aimed at providing a means for theoretical prediction of turbulent heat flux from an Arctic lead, a narrow break of open water in the pack tce.

Under winter conditions the surface of a lead may easily be 30°C hotter than the. A two-dimensional, eddy diffusivity model is developed to predict sensible and latent heat fluxes from an Arctic lead, a narrow break of open water in the pack ice.

Numerical solutions are obtained for a set including the continuity equation and conservation equations for heat, momentum, stress, water vapor and : Name (degree, Dr. Clayton and A. Paulson. A numerical model of heat transfer to the atmosphere from an Arctic lead.

Abstract. Graduation date:   The upward transfer of heat from ocean to atmosphere is examined for an Arctic “lead”, a break in the Arctic ice which allows contact between t We employ a large-eddy model to compute explicitly the three-dimensional turbulent response of the atmosphere to a lead of m by:   The turbulent transfer of heat from Arctic leads in winter is one of the largest terms in the Arctic heat budget.

Results from the AIDJEX Lead Experiment (Both the exponential relation N = R x and the linear relation N = × 10−3 R x+ fit our data by: A Numerical Model of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Over a Marginal Ice Zone LAKSHMI H.

KANTHA 1 AND GEORGE L. MELLOR Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Program, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey A two-dimensional, multilevel model for simulating changes in the atmospheric boundary layer. mesoscale numerical model of the planetary boundary layer was used to simulate mean winter atmospheric conditions over open water (widths of 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 km) surrounded by sea ice in the Southern Ocean, rather than the colder Arctic environment which is the focus of most past work.

Previous work has concentratedCited by: To minimize heat loss, additional clothing is utilized to reduce the heat transfer rate and preserve our energy.

Obviously, heat transfer could only occur from a high temperature medium (i.e., higher energy level) to a lower temperature medium. Heat transfer therefore exists irrespective of whether the heat loss is desirable or not.

These are lecture notes for AME Intermediate Heat Transfer, a second course on heat transfer for undergraduate seniors and beginning graduate students. At this stage the student can begin to apply knowledge of mathematics and computational methods to the problems of heat transfer.

Thus. In numerical models, the state of the atmosphere is described for a finite number of vertical levels and at a series of grid points by a set of state variables such as temperature T, velocity v, specific humidity and cloud liquid content q, and surface pressure p.

A completely updated edition of the acclaimed single-volume reference for heat transfer and the thermal sciences This Second Edition of Handbook of Numerical Heat Transfer covers the basic equations for numerical method calculations regarding heat transfer problems and applies these to problems encountered in aerospace, nuclear power, chemical processes, electronic packaging, and.

A Thermodynamic Model of an Arctic Lead R. SCHAUS and J. GALTl ABSTRACT. A time-dependent, two-dimensional thermodynamic model of an open lead in central arctic sea ice is presented.

The effects of various advective parameterizations and temperature and salinity profiles on the nature of ice forma.

Numerical methods for radiative heat transfer timated. Furthermore, this bibliographical research was focussed also on numerical models capable of handle such wavenumber dependence.

Remarks about the differ- Results of the above integration lead to the resolution of combined heat transfer problems, that are analyzed in chapters 5 and 6 File Size: 3MB. To understand the local atmosphere and heat transfer and to facilitate the boundary-layer parameterization of numerical simulation and prediction, an observational campaign was conducted in.

Modeling the Effects of Leads Upon the Atmosphere and the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean. Activities. Findings. 3 4 6 Figures. 13 2 Students and Postdocs Supported 18 3 Bibliography The book gives a systematic consideration of mathematical models for the radiation heat transfer problems in disperse systems on the basis of the Mie theory and approximate methods of the.

Turbulent Prandtl number (Prt) has a great impact on the performance of turbulence models in predicting heat transfer of supercritical fluids. Unrealistic treatment of Prt may lead to large deviation of the prediction results from experimental data under supercritical conditions.

Influence of leads widths distribution on turbulent heat transfer between the ocean and the atmosphere: Mean Climatic Characteristics in High Northern Latitudes in an Ocean-Sea Ice-Atmosphere Coupled Model: A numerical study of the Southern Ocean including a thermodynamic active ice shelf –.

Numerical Heat Transfer ( - ) Browse the list of issues and latest articles from Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications. List of issues Latest articles Volume 77 Volume 76 Volume 75 Volume 74 Volume 73 Volume 72 Volume 71 Volume 70.

The mechanical behavior of cemented paste backfill (CPB) in permafrost regions may depend on the thermal curing conditions.

However, few experimental data are available for calibrating and validating numerical models used to predict these conditions. To fill this gap, a three-dimensional (3D) laboratory heat transfer test was conducted on CPB placed in an instrumented barrel and cured under a Cited by: 1.As we have shown, the main contribution is a net transport of heat and moisture to the polar regions, compensating for the loss of heat at the top of the atmosphere.

Skip to 8 minutes and 2 seconds However, there are large regional differences in climate.Radiative heat transfer is included in the model via the solution of the radiation transport equation (RTE) for a gray gas, and in some limited cases using a wide band model.

The RTE is solved using a technique similar to finite volume methods for convective transport.