An Explicit Simulation of Tropical Cyclones with a Triply Nested Movable Mesh Primitive Equation Model : TCM 3 . Part I : Model Description and Control Experiment *

@inproceedings{Wang2000AnES,
  title={An Explicit Simulation of Tropical Cyclones with a Triply Nested Movable Mesh Primitive Equation Model : TCM 3 . Part I : Model Description and Control Experiment *},
  author={Yuqing Q. Wang},
  year={2000}
}
Results from an explicit simulation of tropical cyclones are presented in this study. The numerical model used in the study is the triply nested movable mesh primitive equation model newly developed by the author. It uses the hydrostatic primitive equations with explicit treatment of cloud microphysics. The integration domain is triply nested by a two-way nesting strategy with the two interior meshes being movable following the model tropical cyclone. The model physics are chosen based on the… CONTINUE READING
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