One-and Two-equation Models for Canopy Turbulence

@inproceedings{Katul2004OneandTM,
  title={One-and Two-equation Models for Canopy Turbulence},
  author={Gabriel Katul and LARRY MAHRT and Davide Poggi and Christophe Sanz},
  year={2004}
}
The predictive skills of singleand two-equation (or K–e) models to compute profiles of mean velocity (U), turbulent kinetic energy (K), and Reynolds stresses ðu0w0Þ are compared against datasets collected in eight vegetation types and in a flume experiment. These datasets range in canopy height h from 0.12 to 23m, and range in leaf area index (LAI) from 2 to 10m m . We found that for all datasets and for both closure models, measured and modelled U, K, and u0w0 agree well when the mixing length… CONTINUE READING
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