Adapting the Knaff and Zehr wind-pressure relationship for operational use in Tropical Cyclone Warning Centres

@inproceedings{Courtney2008AdaptingTK,
  title={Adapting the Knaff and Zehr wind-pressure relationship for operational use in Tropical Cyclone Warning Centres},
  author={Joe Courtney and John A Knaff},
  year={2008}
}
The issue of the relationship between the central mean sealevel pressure (Pc) and maximum mean near-surface wind* (the wind-pressure relationship, hereafter WPR) in a tropical cyclone (TC) has been the subject of ongoing debate for many decades and a number of relationships have been developed during this period. This is demonstrated by the fact that the three Australian Tropical Cyclone Warning Centres (TCWCs) have each used a different WPR: Perth used the method of Atkinson and Holliday (1977… CONTINUE READING
Highly Cited
This paper has 20 citations. REVIEW CITATIONS

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 14 extracted citations

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 27 references

Accuracy of pressure-wind relationships and Dvorak satellite intensity estimates for tropical cyclones determined from recent reconnaissance-based ‘best track’ data

  • D. B. Brown, J. L. Franklin
  • 25th Conf. On Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology…
  • 2002
Highly Influential
10 Excerpts

Tropical cyclone parameter estimation in the Australian region - wind-pressure relationships and related issues for engineering planning and design - a discussion paper

  • B. A. Harper
  • Systems Engineering Australia Pty Ltd (SEA) for…
  • 2002
Highly Influential
9 Excerpts

Maximum winds and central pressure in tropical cyclones

  • J. Callaghan, R. K. Smith
  • Aust. Met. Mag., 47, 191-202.
  • 1998
Highly Influential
5 Excerpts

Tropical Cyclone Ian, 1992

  • Bureau of Meteorology
  • Internal Special Services Unit report, Bureau of…
  • 1992
Highly Influential
7 Excerpts

A technique for the analysis and forecasting of tropical cyclone intensities from satellite pictures

  • V. F. Dvorak
  • NOAA Technical Memorandum, NESS 45, NTIS…
  • 1973
Highly Influential
10 Excerpts

A Revised Hurricane Pressure-Wind Model

  • G. Holland
  • Mon. Weath. Rev., 136, 3432-45.
  • 2008
Highly Influential
10 Excerpts

A fresh look at tropical cyclone pressure-wind relationships using recent reconnaissance

  • D. B. Brown, J. L. Franklin, C. Landsea
  • 2008
Highly Influential
4 Excerpts

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s next generation forecasting system

  • J. Kelly, A. Donaldson, C. Ryan, J. Bally, J. Wilson, R. Potts
  • 20th International Conference on Interactive…
  • 2004
Highly Influential
4 Excerpts

Relationship between the CI-number and central pressure and maximum wind speed in typhoons

  • H. Koba, T. Hagiwara, S. Osano, S. Akashi
  • Jap. Geophys. Mag., 44, 15-24 (English…
  • 1991
Highly Influential
3 Excerpts

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…