A mathematical model of the evolution of radiation fog

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100 1 ‡aZakharova, I. M., ‡eauthor.
245 1 2 ‡aA mathematical model of the evolution of radiation fog / ‡cI.M. Zakharova.
264 1 ‡aL.G. Hanscom FIeld, Bedford, Massachusetts : ‡bAir Force Cambridge Research Laboratories, Air Force Systems Command, United States Air Force, ‡c1972.
300 ‡av, 25 pages : ‡billustrations ; ‡c28 cm.
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490 0 ‡aAFCRL ; ‡v72-0720
490 0 ‡aTranslations ; ‡vNo. 100
500 ‡aTranslated by Linguistic Systems, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts.
500 ‡aTranslated from Institut Eksperimental'noi Meteorologii. Trudy No. 23, pp 157-175, 1971.
500 ‡a"12 December 1972."
504 ‡aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 23-25).
520 ‡aA system of equations is given which describes the evolution of radiation fog from the moment of its inception to the time of its dispersion. The coefficient of turbulent exchange is considered an unknown value, and for closing of the system, equations of the dynamics of a nonstationary stratified boundary layer are used. In the system of equations, one takes into account the radiational thermal exchange in the atmosphere and the effect of gravitational forces on the water content in the fog, and one establishes in the first approximation the relationship between macroprocesses and microprocesses. (Author).
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
650 1 7 ‡aAtmospheric Physics. ‡2scgdst
650 7 ‡aRadiation ‡xMathematical models. ‡2fast ‡0(OCoLC)fst01086861
650 2 7 ‡aUssr. ‡2dtict
650 2 7 ‡aInfrared radiation. ‡2dtict
650 2 7 ‡aEquations of motion. ‡2dtict
650 2 7 ‡aCondensation. ‡2dtict
650 2 7 ‡aHeat transfer. ‡2dtict
650 2 7 ‡aWater vapor. ‡2dtict
650 2 7 ‡aMathematical models) ‡2dtict
650 1 7 ‡a(Fog. ‡2dtict
650 0 ‡aRadiation ‡xMathematical models.
653 2 ‡aTRANSLATIONS
710 2 ‡aAir Force Cambridge Research Laboratories (U.S.)
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