Stochastic Downscaling Method : Application to Wind Refinement September 8 , 2008

  title={Stochastic Downscaling Method : Application to Wind Refinement September 8 , 2008},
  author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric BERNARDIN CETE de Lyon},
  • Frédéric BERNARDIN CETE de Lyon
  • Published 2008
In this article, we propose a new stochastic downscaling method: provided a numerical prediction of wind at large scale, we aim to improve the approximation at small scales thanks to a local stochastic model. We first recall the framework of a Lagrangian stochastic model borrowed from S.B. Pope. Then, we adapt it to our meteorological framework, both from the theoretical and numerical viewpoints. Finally, we present some promising numerical results corresponding to the simulation of wind over… CONTINUE READING

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