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Title: Three-dimensional simulation of wind fields and air pollution over complex terrain
Authors: Oliver, Albert 
Rodríguez, Eduardo 
Ramírez Naranjo, Jabel Alejandro 
López, J. I. 
Brovka, Marina 
Escobar Sánchez, José María 
Cascón Barbero, José Manuel
Díaz Reyes, Felipe 
Socorro Marrero, Guillermo Valentín
Montero García, Gustavo 
Escobar Sánchez, José María 
UNESCO Clasification: 12 Matemáticas
1206 Análisis numérico
120601 Construcción de algoritmos
2509 Metereología
250908 Micrometeorología, et al
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: In this talk we introduce a new methodology for wind field simulation or forecasting over complex terrain. The idea is to use wind measurements or predictions of the HARMONIE mesoscale model as the input data for an adaptive finite element mass consistent wind model [1,2]. The method has been recently implemented in the freely-available Wind3D code [3]. A description of the HARMONIE Non-Hydrostatic Dynamics can be found in [4]. The results of HARMONIE (obtained with a maximum resolution about 1 Km) are refined by the finite element model in a local scale (about a few meters). An interface between both models is implemented such that the initial wind field approximation is obtained by a suitable interpolation of the HARMONIE results…
Source: CEID Annual Seminar 2014. -- Lappeerenta, Finlandia : LUT, Lappeenranta University of Technology. -- 27 de mayo de 2014.
Rights: by-nc-nd
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